Taking Flight: The Launch of our NEW Practice Nurse Program

Boost your practice’s performance and patient satisfaction by empowering your nursing staff with our comprehensive GPEx Practice Nurse Education and Development Program. Designed specifically for general practices, this program will upgrade your team’s expertise in crucial areas including ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health’, ‘Asthma and COPD Management’, ‘Cardiovascular Disease’, ‘Chronic Kidney Disease’, and ‘Diabetes.’ […]

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Navigating the Tide of Burnout: Strategies for GPs as the Year Draws to a Close

As the year draws to a close, the spotlight turns to a pressing issue within the medical community: burnout amongst general practitioners (GPs). According to the latest RACGP report, Health of the Nation, an alarming 71% of GPs experienced feelings of burnout in 2023. This statistic is a clarion call for action and self-care amongst […]

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How GPs Can Promote Self-Management in Patients with Chronic Pain

Dealing with chronic pain is a daily struggle for a significant number of patients across the globe. As General Practitioners (GPs), we frequently encounter patients relying heavily on medications to manage their pain. However, increasing evidence suggests that self-management, particularly through education, empowerment, and challenging mindset about pain can lead to a considerable improvement in […]

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GP Obstetric Shared Care Newsletter | It’s All About Genetic Screening | November 2023

Latest Updates Just for You! Hello! We’re thrilled to usher in a new edition of our GP Obstetric Shared Care newsletter – your exclusive gateway to all things pregnancy and shared care. Get ready to embark on a journey of insights, updates, and shared experiences that make our shared care family truly extraordinary. So, grab […]

What to do the night before your fellowship exams 

It is important to understand that while you may focus on the night before the exam, or exam-day preparation, the overall exam experience is multi-faceted. There are three equally important supplementary “phases” surrounding the exam itself: the learning phase, the preparation phase, and the post-result phase (Raffety et al., 1997). So, while the focus is […]

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How to Enhance Opioid Management with Calculators and Risk Assessment Tools

Dealing with opioid management is a complex game – much trickier than any 3D puzzle or ultra-strategic board game! But it’s a reality for healthcare professionals, who are trying to navigate this task along with growing patient loads. Feeling overwhelmed? We’re here to help. This guide is loaded with effective tools and tips to enable […]

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Time management strategies: preparing for your Fellowship exams

Juggling work, study and personal life can be daunting for registrars and International Medical Graduates (IMGs). If you’re also preparing for your Fellowship exams, then you have a challenging schedule ahead. Every hour can feel crucial, and an unexpected delay or interruption can reduce the time you have to study and prepare for your exams. […]

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GP Obstetric Shared Care | Springtime Antenatal Insights For You | October 2023

Latest Spring Updates! Hello! As we are nearing the end of October, and many of us continue to try to find the lost hour of daylight savings, we are pleased to welcome you to a Spring Edition of our Obstetric Shared Care newsletter. We anticipate that the GP Obstetric Shared Care Policy and PPG will be endorsed […]

CCE preparation: Managing uncertainty in general practice

Traditional medical training emphasises a quest for certainty over uncertainty. So, rather than managing the difficult latter, we strive for the former through a process of elimination.  However, certainty isn’t always possible in clinical practice and learning to acknowledge and manage uncertainty as a registrar can help you develop an important key clinical skill. It […]

Are You Getting the Most Out of Your CPD studies? 

There are many reasons why doctors and other health professionals may complete professional development training activities. This can include because they are required to do so by their professional body, due to an interest or a love of learning, or due to a need to maintain skills and competence, and not become stagnant or behind […]

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