Recorded: 29 Aug 2023
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On-demand recorded 29 Aug 2023
This session is focused on candidates who are from Malaysia and Hong Kong and in the conjoint exam process.
Panelists will answer your questions regarding FRACGP and icFRACGP., next steps on the program and the pathway to become a GP in Australia.
This event is part of International Medical Graduate Q & A series. Events in this series are:
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.
Dr Tess van Duuren works in a large group practice in regional New South Wales where, as an experienced supervisor, she provides teaching and training to general practice registrars and medical students.
Tess has previously been a GP in South Africa and New Zealand, and navigated her way through the RACG P Fellowship exams as an international graduate.
Tess has a special interest in medical education and assessment. Since achieving Fellowship, she has served the RACGP and regional training organisations (RTOs) in a number of different roles, including Assessment Panel Chair, Censor, Senior Medical Educator Assessment Progression and Bi-College GP reviewer for the RACGP, and Director of Training and subsequently Director of Supervisor education in two different RTOs.
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