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How to become a GP in Australia webinar series – Registering as a GP Members login for free access About RACGP online events

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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 17 May 2022

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How to become a GP in Australia webinar series – Registering as a GP

On-demand recorded 17 May 2022

This webinar explains the pathways to Fellowship including vocational training and Practice Experience Pathway (PEP) Standard Steam vs PEP Specialist Stream. We cover the eligibility criteria and where to start.
This webinar will also guide you through how to register as an Australian GP and inform you of the organisations you need to be registered with during your career.

This webinar covers:
- AHPRA Medical Registration 
- Registration pathways 
- Seeking a provider number/Prescriber number 

Learning outcomes

  1. Explain the available pathways to practice medicine in Australia as a GP
  2. Outline the medical registration process
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of How to become a GP in Australia webinar series. Events in this series are:

Facilitator

Anthony Llewellyn
Adj Assoc Professor (B Med Sci, MB BS, FRANZCP, MHA GAICD)

Anthony has extensive experience and knowledge of the medical careers process in Australia, including the pathways for IMG doctors to embark on medical careers in Australia. Anthony has worked in a number of Executive and medical workforce roles for over 25 years, including four years as the Executive Medical Director, Health Education & Training Institute of NSW. Anthony currently works with thousands of individual doctors to assist them in applying for and preparing for job applications and career transitions. In addition Anthony works with a number of organisations, including several specialty medical colleges, on medical workforce related projects. Anthony hosts a very popular medical careers blog advancemed.com.au and YouTube channel the career doctor.

Presenters

Dr Vivin Thomas Mathew
Specialist GP

Dr Mathew has more than 20 years experience as a GP. Graduating from Christian Medical College (CMC) Ludhiana, India in 2000, he spent his early years serving in a mission hospital in rural India before migrating to Australia in 2004. Here he worked in the public hospital system in a variety of roles before joining the Joint Coal Board for CS Health as one of their panel doctors ensuring the health of the workers in the coal mines. After training in General Practice he was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of general Practice (FRACGP). He also has a Masters in Clinical Medicine (MClinMed) from the University of Newcastle with a focus on Leadership and Management. Outside of medicine he enjoys 80s Rock Music, Indian Classical Music and New Age Instrumental music. He is an amateur photographer and anardent technophile. He also loves exploring culture and cuisines through travel.

Dr Jenny McConnell
Specialist GP

Jenny was awarded Fellowship in 1999. She worked in regional Victoria until 2002 and has since worked in general practice in Melbourne. She has recent experience in traditional cradle-to-grave general practice, and in acute care in a tertiary hospital based clinic. She has worked for the RACGP since 2008, initially as a censor and since 2019 as National Clinical Lead - Assessment Operations and Committee Liaison. Her interest in medical education relates particularly to international medical graduates and the transition of Specialist IMGs as they become established in practice in Australia.

Jenny Ching-Min Huang
GP

Dr Huang is a GP currently working in Geelong, regional Victoria. She moved to Australia from the UK at the end of 2019 and was in the first ‘batch’ of PEP Specialist Stream applicants. Connecting with others, and helping others to be connected to each other is important in Life. As an international medical graduate, she particularly feels that the support is so vital for this transition in learning to adjust to not another way of life, but also, working in another healthcare system. Her insights into the changes that one can face had also come from her own experience from moving from her birth country of Taiwan, to New Zealand at age 9, then to the UK to seek opportunities and university life. She also contributed to the PLAB examinations in the UK or international medical graduates there - the experience she gained from there was the root of her hope in supporting IMGs.

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