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Type: Podcast

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Email: The Good GP, RACGP WA
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The Good GP

Podcast

The Good GP, the education podcast for busy GPs; brought to you by Dr Tim Koh, Dr Krystyna DeLange and Dr Sean Stevens, in collaboration with RACGP WA.

In each episode, our hosts are joined by subject-matter experts to discuss the latest medical developments and important issues impacting GPs. 
 


Latest episodes

Episode 10– Dementia
Released Friday 27 May 2022
In this episode, The Good GP interviews the podcasters of Dementia in Practice, GPs Dr Hilton Koppe, Dr Marita Long and Dr Steph Daly. This episode covers useful tips and info for GPs on dementia.

Episode 106 – Syphilis update
Released Thursday 12 May 2022
In this episode, The Good GP interviews Dr Grace Phua for an update on the syphilis outbreak over the past few years in Australia. 

SPECIAL COVID-19 podcast – Paxlovid update with Prof Michael Kidd 
Released 28 April 2022

In this special COVID-19 episode, The Good GP interviews Professor Michael Kidd AM, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health on Paxlovid in light of its imminent listing on the PBS. 

Neuropathies: Management – Episode 105 
Released 1 April 2022
In part two of this two-part series, the Good GP interviews Clinical Professor Peter Silbert on the topic of peripheral neuropathy, including management of neuropathies in general practice and when to refer.

 


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Join the conversation on social media #TheGoodGP or email The Good GP at wa.events@racgp.org.au 

Hosts

Dr Krystyna DeLange
GP and Immediate past Chair, GPs in Training Faculty

Krystyna is a GP in Brisbane, splitting her time between clinical work at an Aboriginal Medical Service and medical education with General Practice Training Queensland. Outside of work, Krystyna is equally busy, running around after her two boys. She loves the outdoors and can often be found taking them for a scooter ride or checking out a local park. Krystyna is a big fan of podcasts and is always hungry to learn and share what she has learnt with others so it made perfect sense to join The Good GP.

Dr Sean Stevens
Principal GP and practice owner at Next Practice

Dr Sean Stevens has been a GP for over 20 years, 18 of them as a practice owner. Sean’s previous practice was awarded the Australian General Practice of the Year and Sean has been awarded the Australian GP Supervisor of the Year. Sean has supervised over 30 doctors in their training to become specialist GPs. Sean is the immediate-past Chair of the WA Faculty of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, the peak body representing 4,000 GPs in WA. Sean’s interests include men’s mental health, worker’s compensation and work injuries, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, haemochromatosis and skin. When not at work, Sean loves socialising, spending time with his family, and travel.

Dr Tim Koh
GP and practice principal

Tim is a locally trained medical graduate and GP. He has over 20 years of experience as a GP and has been a practice owner since 2006. He has a passion for teaching general practice and has worked for RACGP as Assessment Panel Chair, RACGP WA Chair and as the Chair of RACGP Council (Board). Tim remains a true generalist and has many areas of interest in general practice including medical education and training registrars, mental health and emotional wellbeing in children and adults and managing doctors as patients. He is a keen runner and is regularly involved in Parkrun (as both a runner and volunteer) as well as coaching high school cross country running. Tim continues to work as a full-time GP in outer Metro Perth. He is a firm believer in the idea that the best education content for GPs should be created by working GPs.

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