Postponement of GP Shared Care Programs CPD Activities 

As we are sure that you would agree, the Coronavirus presents a significant risk to attendees of ‘face to face’ events, particularly the gathering of our GPs from General Practice and the large number and diversity of patients each GP sees and is exposed to. The safety of our GPs attending GP Partners Australia’s CPD […]

Covid-19 Update to Obstetric Shared Care GPs

Dear Obstetric Shared Care GPs Good to get to Friday! I am sure that many will be thinking this. It has been another long week, and I and all at GP Partners Australia hope that you are all holding up ok. We do feel the uncertainty and anxiety with you, and we hope you are […]

Coronavirus Information for You and Your Patients

Dear Obstetric Shared Care GPs, The COVID-19 pandemic is unfolding so rapidly. At each antenatal consultation you are probably being asked by worried patients what it means for them, and their babies. It is clear we all need answers, based on reputable scientific sources.    Very quickly. The trouble is that we are besieged with […]

Update from Women’s and Children’s Hospital| Professor Jodie Dodd

Tips for coping with uncertain times during Fellowship exam preparation

Back in 2020, as the number of coronavirus cases rose across Australia, and news channels and social media bombarded us with local and worldwide updates on number of cases and the strategies governments are putting into place to deal with the pandemic, you may remember your stress levels increased, and the level of anxiety across […]

Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo

The Pregnancy Babies & Children’s Expo is Australia’s trusted early parenting event. With over 30 years of experience, it is a must for all new parents. Showcasing BIG brands, BEST prices, special offers and the LATEST innovations, all under one roof. Adelaide Showground, Wayville Check back for tickets closer to the Expo date. Stay up-to-date […]

GPEx wins two education research grants in 2020

GPEx wins two education research grants in 2020 GPEx is pleased to announce that we have been awarded two RACGP Education Research Grants (ERGs) in 2020. These grants both follow on from gaps identified through our 2019 workplace-based assessment Special ERG. How can we best use GP Explore to drive learning? Dr Taryn Elliott This […]

A step closer to attracting junior doctors into GP training in SA…

A step closer to attracting more junior doctors into GP training in SA….. The GPEx Research & Innovation Team, in conjunction with the University of Adelaide, has completed the Medical Specialty Decision Making (MSDM) Research Project – and the results are in. This important research project was funded by SA Health to understand perceptions of general practice, particularly rural general practice, […]

10 tips and tricks for success in the RACGP AKT and KFP exams

The thought of the gruelling Royal Australian College of General Practitioner (RACGP) written Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) and Key Feature Problems (KFP) examinations is enough to strike fear into the most prepared and sound general practitioner (GP) trainee. Why do we let this set of questions, this arbitrary marker of achievement, weigh over our lives for so […]

Australia’s bushfires – Caring for your patients.

Residents of South Australia, in fact all of Australia, are experiencing a stressful and frightening time with the bushfire crisis. News services daily deliver the expanse of the fires and devastation that is occurring across the nation into our own homes. Many of our communities are experiencing this devastation first hand. The loss and change […]