This interactive webinar is the first in the 2021 GPSA New GP Supervisor webinar series, looking at the roles and responsibilities of the GP supervisor.
It will explore the challenges and conflicts that are part of the role, and foster passion and enthusiasm for training GP registrars.
The webinar will provide straight-forward answers to simple questions about becoming a GP supervisor such as:
- Where do I start?
- What do I need to know?
- What do I need to do?
While specifically pitched at GP supervisors in their first years of supervision, this webinar will have broad appeal to supervisors at any stage of their career.
Dr Tony Saltis, MBBS FRACGP DRANZCOG
Tony has been a GP in Newcastle for 30 years and has been involved in GP training for 15 years. Supervisor professional development has been a large part of his medical educator work.
Dr Simon Morgan, MBBS, FRACGP
Simon is a GP and medical educator based in Newcastle, NSW. He has worked in the medical education sphere for over two decades and is passionate about high quality education and training.
Simon has worked in clinical and education roles in both NSW and the NT, as well as in the Republic of Ireland. He has particular interests in GP supervisor professional development and the rational use of tests and medicines. He is a proud member of Doctors for the Environment. He spends his spare time cycling and singing in an all-GP band, the Euthymics.