Connecting our GPs'


Hear from the RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health national faculty

 

IGPRN

The Indigenous General Practice Registrars Network is open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander GPs in training. Network members can undertake exam preparation and peer debriefing via online study groups, discussion groups and two face-to-face workshops each year. The Network has a chairperson and is supported by a coordinator to provide you with support during your training. The IGPRN can advocate on behalf of GPs in training with other organisations such as the RACGP, GPET or Training Organisations.

Enquiries
03 9629 8788

 


AIDA

Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association is the peak body representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors and medical students and advocates for improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. AIDA works to progress improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, achieve parity of Indigenous health professionals across the health sector and shape a health system that is culturally safe, high quality, reflective of need and which respects and incorporates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural values. AIDA provides collegiate support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors and medical students through networking and mentoring support. AIDA also works with medical colleges, other general practice, medical education and workforce organisations to encourage institutional change in relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

Enquiries
02 6273 5013

 



Meet up 

It’s more important than ever to stay connected with your colleagues. RACGP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander faculty has established regular online meet-ups to highlight what’s happening around us, and to encourage connection and discussion. 

Coming up: 

‘Online meeting with faculty censor, medical advisor and Cultural & Education Advisor’ 

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