Who sets the Curriculum
Responsible for setting the curriculum of the AGPT program are two professional General Practice colleges in Australia:
Choices for a registrar
Registrars (general practitioners in training) have the choice to train towards a Fellowship with the ACRRM and/or the RACGP. Once accepted into the AGPT program, registrars must choose to train towards:
- The Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine [FACRRM (4 year program)] and/or
- The Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners [FRACGP (3 year program)] with or without the Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice [(FARGP) additional 1 year].
After successfully completing all training and assessment requirements of the GPEx and ACRRM and/or the RACGP, a registrar is eligible for the award of Fellowship of the ACRRM (FACCRM) and/or Fellowship of the RACGP (FRACGP).
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