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Rural Generalist Fellowship

Community Project


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About the Community Project

The Rural Generalist Fellowship Community Project is an optional activity which provides a valuable opportunity to get to know the community and improve health outcomes. Completed over 6-12 months during your time in a rural community, it includes a quality improvement activity undertaken within a general practice with the primary purpose to monitor, evaluate or improve the quality of healthcare delivered by the practice.

The project report needs to demonstrate the ability to complete a community needs assessment, identify needs or gaps in the community and demonstrate skills in planning, carrying out, evaluating and presenting a project.

Case studies

We spoke to three GPs in training who completed the project about their project, approach to it and experience with it.

Dr Sophia Gordon

Dr Sophia Gordon

Type 2 Diabetes Management

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Dr Daniel Rankmore

Dr Daniel Rankmore

Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Dr Andrea Miller

Dr Andrea Miller

Tuberculosis

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Resources

Read the guidelines for completing a rural general practice community project.