Seven compelling health benefits of getting your patients back to work

As a GP, you are in a unique position of being able to improve the health of your patients who have been injured by encouraging them to return to work as soon as they are able. The evidence is irrefutable that the health benefits of work far outweigh any risks, and by supporting your patients […]

Why feedback can super-charge your CCE exam preparation

Constructive feedback is an important exam preparation tool for improving your Clinical Competency Exam (CCE) performance. Learn why, plus how to ensure you’re getting the right kind of feedback to make a difference. You are currently preparing to sit the RACGP Clinical Competency Exam (CCE). You are studying consistently and putting a lot of hours […]

CPD for GPs: 5 tips on how to complete your annual CPD

Well done if your CPD (Continued Professional Development) hours are up to date! Unfortunately, not every GP will be on schedule to meet this requirement. If you’re a bit behind schedule, keep reading because GPEx has some great tips and advice on how to complete your 50 hours of CPD before 31 December.  That’s right, […]

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Research highlights role of training in retaining GPs in Aboriginal Medical Services

New GPEx research sheds light on the critical role of training in building a sustainable General Practitioner (GP) workforce to meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Published by the Australian Journal of Primary Health (2023), “‘Being in a place where it matters’: GPs who do and do not work in Aboriginal […]

Case Study: Long-Covid Education for South Western Sydney Primary Health Network

GPEx developed and delivered a highly successful webinar on appropriate management of Long Covid to primary health professionals on behalf of South Western Sydney Primary Health Network (PHN). The webinar was extremely well received, with 95% of attendees saying they would recommend this CPD activity to a colleague. Overview South Western Sydney PHN’s catchment covers […]

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The benefits of studying in a group for your GP Fellowship exams

If you prefer studying in a group, you’ve chosen one of the most effective methods of learning. Research has demonstrated that students learn at a deeper level when they communicate and engage with each other during the study process. Why? Because working collegially helps them to take ownership of the content they’re learning. One of […]

Case Study: SAHMRI Women and Kids’ Omega-3 Test-and-Treat Program

By leveraging our network of GP practices, GPEx assisted SAHMRI in supporting general practitioners to identify those pregnant women with low Omega-3 levels who would benefit from Omega-3 supplementation to reduce the risk of preterm birth. Overview SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute) is South Australia’s flagship independent not-for-profit health and medical research […]

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Eight Reasons You Need Coaching to Help with your Fellowship Exam Preparation

So, you’re preparing to sit your Fellowship exam(s). Have you considered if Fellowship exam coaching could help? You’ve likely been reading a lot about the exam(s) you are preparing for, what the expectations are from your College, and talking to colleagues about the details. There are so many aspects to Fellowship exam preparation that you […]

Talking All Things ADHD – GP ADHD Shared Care Program Q&A Webinar

‘What is it all about?’ Join us and let’s dialogue together! 5 September 2023 The Shared Care model seeks to bring together the knowledge and experience of tertiary specialist clinicians, and general practitioners on the understanding that improving the quality of help requires recognition of these multiple perspectives, and that inclusivity is critical. Continued cross […]

GP Workforce Planning Update – August

GPEx has held its first Workforce Planning and Prioritisation (WPP) Steering Group meeting, chaired by Prof. Paul Worley. The meeting was attended by representatives from key organisations in the GP sector, including participants from both GP Colleges, Rural Doctors Workforce Agency, Local Hospital Networks, Flinders University, University of Adelaide, Royal Flying Doctor Service, Australian Indigenous Doctors’ […]