Virtual GP Roundtable Aids Doctors in Training to Choose GP Career

Australian Medical Association

Join the AMA and guest panellists in a discussion about how we can influence policy levers and workforce planning to improve the attractiveness of a career in general practice for doctors in training. The virtual GP Roundtable titled, Better than a back-up: supporting doctors in training to choose a career in General Practice, will be held between 11am and 1pm AEDT, Friday 31 March and will be hosted by the AMA Council of Doctors in Training.

Panellists include:

  1. A/Prof Riitta Partanen, Director, Rural Clinical School, University of Queensland.

  1. Mr Martin Rocks, Assistant Secretary – Training, Health Design Lab, Department of Health and Aged Care

  1. Dr Paul Mara, Managing Director, Quality Practice Accreditation, and architect of the Murrumbidgee Single Employer Model

  1. Dr Danielle McMullen, AMA Vice President, General Practitioner

  1. Dr Daniel Wilson, Co-Deputy Chair, AMA Council of Doctors in Training, new Rural Generalist Fellow.

This virtual roundtable is aimed at anyone involved in, or with an interest in GP education and training, medical workforce planning, and the medical training continuum from medical school through to vocational training. Please share this invitation with colleagues with an interest in this topic.

Free registration here.

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