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Educational resources

GP Supervisors Australia have developed a series of flash cards aimed at helping GP supervisors in various aspects of their work and training. Stay up to date on their release through GPSA member communications. Become a GPSA member here.

Flash Cards

 

GPSA Flash Cards are a great communication resource available to run through with your GP registrar as an in-practice teaching session. These are currently available to download and you are also able to purchase your own set. MDA National have put together best practice responses for each of the 27 cases in the Shades of Grey Flash Cards as well as additional resources and supporting documents. CLICK HERE to view the best practice responses.

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Doctor Talk flash cards

A great communication resource available to run through with your GP registrar as an in-practice teaching session. These are currently available to download or you can purchase your own set.  Pick one of the 50 cards and discuss the issues which should be considered when dealing with this type of consultation.

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Shades of Grey – Ethical Dilemmas

MDA National report that advice sought about ethical dilemmas is a common reason for member contact. The Ethical Dilemma flash cards are a great resource available to run through with your registrar as an in-practice teaching session. These are currently available to download or you can purchase your own set.

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GP Study System – Teaching and Learning

The GPSS Teaching and Learning Tool Flashcards provide you with 20 different education techniques and 30 topic flashcards to engage and teach your registrar. Each card provides key steps for each teaching method, suggested activities and core areas to cover with your registrar. They're on the fly reminders for busy GP supervisors built around the RACGP Domains of General Practice Curriculum.

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Indigenous history playing cards

It was the great hope of Moree elder Val Dahlstrom that a better understanding of Indigenous culture and history could help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, particularly when it came to health. She came up with the idea of designing a set of playing cards and a solitaire app that could help increase that knowledge. The cards feature Indigenous artwork and provide players with insights into events that have shaped the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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