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Australian Journal of General Practice
Australia’s leading general practice journal and highest circulating medical title, distributed to more than 38,000 GPs at all levels of the profession. For more than 60 years, the GP-directed, edited and peer-reviewed Australian Journal of General Practice (AJGP) has informed and assisted GPs in their daily work.
AJGP’s reputation can be attributed to doctors’ absolute confidence in the accuracy and objectivity of the clinical material it publishes. AJGP is the only Australian publication for general practice to meet the rigorous criteria for inclusion in MEDLINE and Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE).
As the most valued and used publication for GPs, AJGP is the premium communication platform to reach GPs in Australia.
An independent learning program and QI&CPD activity produced monthly by RACGP, check has been running for more than 30 years.
Written by expert clinicians, each check unit focuses on a particular topic and includes clinical cases with answers, multiple choice questions, references and resources.
Activities are tailored for GPs to test their skills in regard to clinical history, examination, investigation and/or management of a problem.
check can be completed online or in hard copy. More than 34,000 current and future GPs receive the PDF version through the monthly check email and more than 7500 members request to receive the quarterly printed edition.
Each edition of check offers a limited number of full-page advertising positions or exclusive advertising opportunities to support GP education while promoting relevant products and services. Advertisements are included in the print edition and further opportunities exist in the check email.
RACGP digital media
Emailed to more than 34,000 opt-in recipients around the country, delivering timely news, information and alerts each Tuesday and Friday.
Sent by email linking to more information online, NewsGP provides concise, informative content with priority given to national RACGP and government news.
Attracting in excess of 13.6 million page views a year, with more than 50% as returning visitors.
The RACGP website is central to RACGP communication strategy and publication systems. GPs visit racgp.org.au to access the latest news, read AJGP articles, gain access to online knowledge bases and find RACGP administrative and member information.
Units run at a minimum of 90,000 impressions over 30 days equalling 20% share-of-voice (SOV) or 180,000 impressions for 40% SOV.
More than 20,000 GPs receive the AJGP e-Table of Contents (e-TOC) each month as an email coinciding with the delivery of AJGP.
e-TOC highlights each article in the latest AJGP with a brief synopsis and link to AJGP online. Timed to the delivery of the printed edition of AJGP, e-TOC provides access to articles in HTML and PDF.
State Faculty e-Newsletters
The RACGP has three dynamic and innovative national faculties, each of which produces their own newsletter.
RACGP Rural (formerly the National Rural Faculty) provides advocacy and support for its members. Distributed bi-monthly, the Bush Alert newsletter provides relevant, interesting articles and updates to more than 9200 readers. Bush Alert offers a unique way to reach GPs, registrars, students and academics that work or have an interest in rural and remote health.
RACGP ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HEALTH
RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health is committed to improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by advocating for culturally appropriate health delivery. The faculty’s e-newsletter is distributed bi-monthly to more than 3200 members, and features project news, faculty and external events, and resources to help promote information sharing and partnerships within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health sector.
RACGP SPECIFIC INTERESTS
RACGP Specific Interests is charged with recognising the additional interest and expertise held by GPs in select areas of general practice. The faculty provides a vehicle for GP members practising in these areas to share information and knowledge by regular contact, as well as through the more formal continuing professional development channel where a need has been identified. The newsletter is distributed quarterly to more than 1000 members. There are currently 27 specific interest networks and working groups, including addiction medicine, cancer and palliative care, obesity management and refugee health.
recruitGP is the RACGP’s trusted, single source for general practice employment opportunities across urban, remote and rural Australia – and it's free for RACGP members.
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