In a constantly changing environment, we summarise the most important updates for General Practitioners.
This week’s summary includes updates from:
Coronavirus at a glance –
Vacancies on AHPRA Boards –
AHPRA currently has a call out for board members. This is not a full time job, and it gives you the opportunity to be a part of the process. There are vacancies in the ACT, VIC and NT boards for both community members and registered practitioners.
Take a look here: https://www.medicalboard.gov.au/News/2020-05-15-call-for-applications.aspx
AKT, KFP and OSCE Exams –
Reminder that enrolments for AKT & KFP to be held in October are open! OSCE will remain closed indefinitely!
RACGP Awards –
RACGP are calling for nominations for their annual RACGP Awards. RACGP awards recognise outstanding achievements and exceptional individuals for their contribution to general practice. You can nominate practising GPs, as well as those in training, GP supervisors and general practices: https://www.racgp.org.au/the-racgp/awards-and-grants/awards
MCQ and Clinical Exams –
MCQ Exams are open for scheduling and June exams will go ahead. AMC Clinical exams are still closed!
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