Webinar recordings

GPSA run a series of evening webinars on a monthly basis. The webinars are always presented by an expert in the topic and mainly by GP Supervisors. GPSA record the webinars for those who are unable to attend on the night and these are available below and on the GPSA You Tube Channel.

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Develop your skills as a supervisor

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View thumbnailIntroduction to GP supervisionThis 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?Dr Simon Morgan
Dr Tony Saltis
View thumbnailNew supervisors – Tips & tricksSharing some tips and tricks ‘of the trade’ for new or prospective GP supervisors.Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailTips for new supervisorsThis webinar contains practical tips, information and resources to support the new GP supervisor and the teamDr Bruce Willett
View thumbnailSupervising IMGs – GPSA guideThis webinar aims to assist GP supervisors to better support IMG GP registrars training in their practices. It is based on the newly published GPSA guide.Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailSupervising IMGs – Common challengesDr George Zaharias explains some of the common challenges experienced by IMG registrars engaged in the Australian general practice setting and how GP supervisors can help your registrar identify and navigate them.Dr George Zaharias
View thumbnailCommunication and IMGsThis webinar discusses some of the challenges and solutions to supervising overseas trained doctors.Dr Rebecca Stewart
View thumbnailSupervision of registrars undertaking teleconsultationsAn overview of teleconsultation supervision approaches, specific actions and initiatives, and how to use technology for three way consultsDr James Brown
Dr Paul Dilena
View thumbnailImprove safety with a ‘Call for help’ listHow to utilise the ‘Call for Help’ list to provide clear instructions for registrars on when to call for help, alongside being used as a tool to monitor a registrar’s safety and progress throughout a placement.Dr Gerard Ingham
Dr Kayty Plastow
View thumbnailStress and your registrarThis webinar will provide you with an understanding of the different strategies you can employ as a GP Supervisor with your GP Registrar to weather a career in general practice safely and sustainably.Dr Caroline Johnson
View thumbnailRegistrars at riskIdentifying and Supporting GP Registrars at Risk can present the most challenging and rewarding times for a GP supervisor. Here GP supervisor Dr Konrad Kangru explains the key to identifying and supporting registrars at risk effectively.Dr Konrad Kangru
View thumbnailRisks of after hours on callThis webinar seeks to explore and address the issues identified for both doctors working in after-hours environments and their GP Supervisors.Dr Genevieve Yates
View thumbnailSupervisors in difficultyAn informative webinar for Identifying and Supporting GP Supervisors in difficulty in a variety of situations and discussion on appropriate responsesDr Denise Findlay

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View thumbnailImproving the learning environmentThis webinar explains 6 key elements of a quality learning environment, accompanied by tools and guidance on how to implement these in your practice. Dr Michael Baker
Dr Gerard Connors
View thumbnailStructuring teaching & learningMany GP training practices integrate education horizontally (between a multidisciplinary team) and vertically between (medical students through to the GP supervisors themselves). Here GP supervisor Dr Sam Heard describes the concept and its practical application in his practiceDr Sam Heard
View thumbnailPlanning learningThis webinar addresses the critical task of helping registrars plan their learning. It will cover the scope of possible learning needs, both known and unknown, and the tools that supervisors can use to help identify them.Dr Ed Poliness
Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailFocusing a registrar’s learningVanessa Lynn of RACGP and Lynn Saul of ACRRM present on the standards, assessments and checkpoints in a registrar’s journeyVanessa Lynn
Lynn Saul
View thumbnailFormal teachingThis webinar addresses the ‘how to’ aspect of practice-based teaching, focussing on the range of teaching methods and their utility. It highlights a new framework for effective problem case discussionDr Tony Saltis
Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailIn-practice teachingThis webinar explores alternative approaches to in-practice teaching to enhance GP Registrars’ understanding of the GP domains, whilst exploring the populations, presentations and processes in General Practice.Dr Rebecca Stewart
View thumbnailIn-practice teachingThis webinar covers concepts such as ‘what to teach’ and ‘how to teach it’.Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailRandom case analysisThe various clinical supervision options available to a supervisor are explored, looking at their strengths and weaknesses. A framework for random case analysis is presented that has been found to frequently reveal patient safety concerns.Dr Gerard Ingham
Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailAd hoc and informal teachingThis webinar will provide supervisors with skills in identifying teaching opportunities and in turning ad hoc (corridor) encounters into a valuable teaching and learning experiences.Dr Helen Mullner
Dr Penny Need

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View thumbnailConsultation analysis and feedbackThis webinar discusses some of the consultation model structures, how to analyse consultations and, in turn, how to provide developmental feedback to GP registrars around their consultations.Dr Simon Hay
View thumbnailGiving feedbackThis webinar discusses feedback in a variety of situations that require effective feedback to be delivered, strategies available to deal with almost any learner and situation and how to understand which feedback strategy will suit which situation best.Dr Konrad Kangru
View thumbnailAssessing the reflective practitioner Reflective practice is crucial in continuous development and re-assessment of skills when working in health care. This webinar brings a fresh exploration of how you can integrate reflective practice into the teaching and assessment you conduct with your registrar.Dr Peter Harris
View thumbnailObserving your registrar: Refine your skillsThis webinar details different ways of observation, the consultation observation tool, the most common consulting errors, and feedback on a consultation.Dr Andy Morgan
View thumbnailTelehealth Consultations – AssessmentLearn how to assess registrars performing telehealth consultations, discuss the role and methods of in-practice formative assessment, and adapt other formative assessment methods to the telehealth consultation.Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailPerformance managementThis webinar is practical and all about highlighting the things that can be done to ensure a healthier, happier, more productive working environment within the business of general practice.Riwka Hagen

Teach your registrar about…

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View thumbnailChronic painThis presentation will give your registrars an understanding of chronic pain management, including the development of a patient-centred, goal-directed plan, using a shared decision-making approach. Dr Merissa Cappetta.
View thumbnailAddiction medicineJoin Dr Paul Grinzi in this webinar video to hear about common registrar blind spots and challenges with identifying and managing patients with addiction. He also has some useful tips to teach registrars how to navigate addiction medicine effectively.Dr Paul Grinzi
View thumbnailAdvance care planningThis presentation will assist GP supervisors to teach registrars their role in advance care planning and how to support their patients in the process.Dr Chris Moy and Helena Rodi
View thumbnailBehavioural Issues in childrenThis webinar will discuss behavioural problems and common developmental behavioural problems in children from toddlers to primary schoolers including diagnosis, management and when to refer.Dr Aaron Chambers
View thumbnailChildhood traumaThis webinar gives an overview on what to teach your registrar about identifying and treating patients with a history of childhood trauma.Dr Louise Stone
Dr May Su
View thumbnailCoeliac diseaseGeneral Practitioners play a critical role in the diagnosis and management of coeliac disease, ensure your registrar knows how to do this.Dr Jason Tye-Din
View thumbnailCommon infections – 1This webinar aims to assist GP supervisors to better support their registrars assessing and managing presentations of common infections, including skin and soft tissue and UTI and provide links to key resources.Prof Josh Davis
Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailCommon infections – 2This webinar aims to assist GP supervisors to better support their registrars assessing and managing presentations of common infections, including respiratory and GI infections. It will also focus on antimicrobial stewardship, evidence-based practice and provide links to key resources.Prof Josh Davis
Dr Simon Morgan
View thumbnailContraceptionThis webinar will give supervisors a practical update on recent developments in the field, highlight the most up to date resources available, look at the current evidence relevant to the Australian setting, and enable supervisors to assist their registrars deliver optimal contraception advice.Dr Sally Sweeney
View thumbnailCOPD medicinesThis webinar discusses common learning/teaching challenges with respect to COPD medicines and inhalers, how to navigate them, and what key resources are available to help teach your registrar.Dr Simon Morgan
Jane London
View thumbnailDementia careThis webinar will assist you the GP Supervisor in teaching your GP registrar how to identify dementia with great certainty as well as how to deliver a diagnosis of dementia.Dr Marita Long
Dr David Knowles
Dr Hilton Koppe
View thumbnailDementia managementDementia is increasing in our ageing population. It is important that we can prepare ourselves and our registrars to better understand, diagnose and manage dementia.Dr Marita Long
Dr David Knowles
Dr Hilton Koppe
View thumbnailAdvanced dementiaPresenters discuss strategies for teaching your registrar to manage Stage 3 (Advanced) Dementia.Dr Marita Long
Dr Duncan Howard
Dr Hilton Koppe
View thumbnailDermatological problemsThis webinar aims to assist GP supervisors to better support their registrars assessing and managing dermatological presentations.Dr Neil Macpherson
View thumbnailDomestic violenceUnderstand how to support registrars in managing domestic violence – make sure your registrars know how to ask patients about domestic violence, how to respond to a disclosure, how to safely plan and refer, and how to manage with the whole family.Dr Jennifer Neil
View thumbnailEndometriosisEnsure your registrar gains an understanding of the current diagnostic criteria, epidemiology, and presentation patterns. They can describe appropriate investigations, management pathways, and referral criteria for tertiary management.A/Prof M. Louise Hull
View thumbnailHIV AIDSThis webinar explores how to ensure your registrar is providing the best level of care with respect to HIV AIDS, including its testing, treatment, and prevention.Dr Andrew Mahony
View thumbnailMental health This webinar looks at how to teach registrars about managing mental health conditions, including creating simple and useful mental health plans, useful tools to use for common presentations, and how to make it work financially.Dr Susan Barnett
View thumbnailObese and overweight patientsThis webinar will discuss the strategies for successfully managing obesity in general practice, and how you can support your registrar to develop confidence in this area.Dr Alison Lancey
View thumbnailPrenatal screeningThis webinar covers what’s new in preconception and antenatal care, with a focus on genetics and reproductive carrier screening. Dr Caitlin Forwood Kirsten Boggs
View thumbnailSTI managementIn this webinar, Dr Sally Sweeney looks at assisting registrars in gaining the skills required to take an effective and adequate sexual history, order appropriate screening tests, and manage common STIs.Dr Sally Sweeney
View thumbnailWorkers CompensationDemystifies some of the issues surrounding Worker Compensation, giving you a tool box to understand why the process is important to all parties. Dr Craig Barnett
View thumbnailYoung people and depressionGP registrars are likely to have had very limited experience in assessing and managing depression and anxiety disorders in young people during their hospital training, and the GP supervisor can play a key role in increasing their skills. Dr Claudio Villella

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View thumbnailClinical reasoningIn this webinar, we discuss some of the fascinating background to clinical reasoning in general practice before playing a round of the game as a group. We highlight its utility in generating a differential diagnosis and managing uncertainty in practice.Dr Susan Tyler-Freer
Dr Claudia Long
View thumbnailChronic disease management – Time based health assessmentUnderstand how to teach your registrar about time-based health assessments and chronic disease management including the medicare requirements for a health assessment, eligibility of patients, step-by-tep requirements to complete one with your registrar.Dr Merran Auland
Jane Calligeros RN
View thumbnailChronic disease management – MBS itemsWhat is chronic disease management? – Medicare and documentation.Dr Merran Auland
Jane Calligeros RN
View thumbnailChronic disease management – Complete a care planWhat is a care plan? – Medicare and documentation.Dr Merran Auland
Jane Calligeros RN
View thumbnailManaging uncertaintyIf there is one certainty in general practice, it is the inherent presence of uncertainty. Undifferentiated presentations are common in primary care and a firm diagnosis is elusive in many encounters. This webinar helps you to teach how to manage uncertainty.Dr Simon Morgan
Dr Justin Coleman
View thumbnailMandatory reportingExplore a range of real medico-legal cases where the mandatory reporting path was unclear and help define what circumstances warrant reportingGayle Peres da Costa
View thumbnailMedico-legal mattersThis webinar will identify the medicolegal risks experienced by GP supervisors in private practice and how to navigate them better than the case files explored with participants.Gayle Peres da Costa
View thumbnailPatient boundariesMedical practices should be a safe place for both staff and patients. This webinar focuses on helping registrars identify and manage inappropriate patient behaviour and requests and looks at the risks of dual relationships and why registrars are particularly vulnerable.Dr Genevieve Yates
View thumbnailPrescribingPrescribing is often thought of as simply the act of writing a script, but in fact is a highly complex and high-risk intervention that requires satisfactory competence. This session is all about the how and the why of prescribing and deprescribing and how to teach it effectively.Dr Justin Coleman
View thumbnailProfessional and Ethical practiceThis presentation aims to support supervisors to identify, assess, and facilitate development of skills in professional and ethical practice in their registrars. It covers a range of practical strategies for supervisors to use for teaching and learning professionalism in the general practice setting.Dr Simon Morgan
Dr Justin Coleman
View thumbnailTelehealth Consultations – How to conduct themLearn about the different types of telehealth, medicare changes, ePrescribing, the telehealth process, suggested steps and how to conduct an effective and efficient consultation.Dr Amandeep Hansra
View thumbnailConducting ConsultationsIn this webinar, Dr Ron Roth explores what makes a consultation successful and presents a framework underlying an effective and efficient consultation that can be taught to your registrars.Dr Ron Roth
View thumbnailConsultation analysis and feedbackThis webinar discusses some of the consultation model structures, how to analyse consultations and, in turn, how to provide developmental feedback to GP registrars around their consultations.Dr Simon Hay
View thumbnailObserving your registrar: Refine your skillsThis webinar details different ways of observation, the consultation observation tool, the most common consulting errors, and feedback on a consultation.Dr Andy Morgan

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View thumbnailAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healthHow to use the GPSA Guide to teaching and learning on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. Dr Keith Gleeson
Dr Tim Senior
View thumbnailAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients – TelehealthThis webinar details tips to provide better care when undertaking telehealth consultations with persons who may identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.Dr John Kelly
View thumbnailBehavioural Issues in childrenThis webinar will discuss behavioural problems and common developmental behavioural problems in children from toddlers to primary schoolers including diagnosis, management and when to refer.Dr Aaron Chambers
View thumbnailDisability careThis webinar will help you to describe the complex needs of the disabled community, understand how to support your registrar to take a specific and comprehensive history and perform an appropriate examination, and how to generally support the registrar to provide high quality healthcare to the disabled community in general practice and group home setting.Dr Alison Lancey
View thumbnailLGBTQIA+ inclusive healthcareThis webinar aims to support GP supervisors in their teaching and supervision of registrars who are providing medical services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and non-binary, queer, intersex, asexual and other (LGBTQIA+) patients in general practice.Dr Ruth McNair
Dr Asiel Adan Sanchez
View thumbnailMen’s healthThis webinar will enable supervisors to assist their registrars in dealing with general Men’s Health issues and better engage with Men and their health.Dr Ravin Sadhai
Dr Justin Coleman.
View thumbnailNursing home residentsThis webinar will help you to describe the most common clinical issues presenting to registrars in the RACF setting, how to work effectively in such a setting, and the knowledge and skills needed in administrative, organisational, and medicolegal aspects of practice.Dr Julie Mallinson
View thumbnailVeteran’s healthThis webinar aims to support you in identifying the many things you can teach your registrar about caring for veterans.Dr Kerry Summerscales
View thumbnailYoung people and depressionGP registrars are likely to have had very limited experience in assessing and managing depression and anxiety disorders in young people during their hospital training, and the GP supervisor can play a key role in increasing their skills. Dr Claudio Villella

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View thumbnailAssessment successThis webinar will introduce you to the Applied Knowledge (AK)and the Key Feature Problem (KFP) tests as well as discussing common pass rates, common challenges/mistakes and, specifically, what can be done with your registrar to give them the greatest chance of success in their RACGP written assessments.Dr Robin Park
Dr Gary Butler
View thumbnailCCE examinationsThe Clinical Competency Exam (CCE) is the final exam on the pathway to Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). The CCE is a new exam for the 2021.2 cycle and replaces the long-standing Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE), and the interim Remote Clinical Exam (RCE). In this video Dr Gary Butler and Dr Rebecca Lock give a thorough explanation of the CCE and answer common questions.Dr Gary Butler
Dr Rebecca Lock
View thumbnailExam failureIt is relatively common for a GP registrar to fail one (or more) of the component/s of the RACGP Fellowship exam. Understandably, registrars often turn to their practice supervisors for advice and support if this occurs. On-the-ground supervisors are well placed to provide support to their registrars following an exam failure. Having a better understanding of the processes will assist you to do this effectively.Dr Genevieve Yates
View thumbnailStAMPS assessment preparationIn this webinar, Dr Ralph Chapman goes through the StAMPS assessment process, and how to prepare your registrar for their exam.Dr Ralph Chapman
View thumbnailClinical examination preparationThis video provides some practical advice for GP Supervisors on preparing your registrar for clinical examinations.Dr Simon Morgan

Support for your training practice

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View thumbnailACRRM College led trainingLearn how ACRRM will be implementing changes under college-led training and keeping supervision at the heart of their model. Kyra Moss
Dr Greg Gladman
Dr Emily Moody
View thumbnailBefore the registrar startsAn experienced practice manager and GP supervisor break down all the top tasks, forms, tips, and tricks to undertake before and after the registrar starts. Dr Gordon Walling and Majella Beagley
View thumbnailGPSA resourcesGP Supervisors Australia has developed a wide range of educational resources to assist supervisors in their role. This webinar focuses on how to make the most of the educational resources with tips and ideas for using them in teaching activities.Dr Justin Coleman
View thumbnailLife Hacks and Self CareLearn how to apply science-backed self-management tools, monitor your wellbeing, and practical ways to contribute to a happier and healthier workplace.Margo Field
View thumbnailMyHealthRecordThis session will provide you with information on what changes have been made, and what advice you can reasonably give to patients and your registrar about the My Health Record. My Health Record has been at the centre of an important public debate about the merits of digital services and the confidentiality of medical information. As a supervisor you need to understand the benefits and safeguards in place to protect your patients and those of your GP registrars.Dr Kathy Rainbird
Dr Sharmila Biswas
View thumbnailNTCER updateThis webinar is practical and all about highlighting the things that can (and have) gone wrong – and how to prevent them from happening at your practice.Glen Wallace
View thumbnailPractice wellbeingLearn about practice wellbeing and leading from the front during a crisis.Dr Nicole Higgins
Mr Gary Smith
Dr Krystyna De Lange
Dr Ashley Bloomfield
View thumbnailShared debt riskGP registrars commence in their first term of training often with no prior experience in billing Medicare. This webinar will provide supervisors and practice managers with a practical outline of the rules that must be taught to your registrars and the consequences via the new Shared Debt Recovery rules of your registrar getting it wrong.Gae Nuttal
Nerissa Ferrie
View thumbnailRACGP college led trainingProvides details on how the RACGP are planning to return training to the college and how it affects you and new and existing GP registrarsGeorgina Van De Water
Dr James Brown
Glen Wallace
View thumbnailRACGP’s PEPDiscussion on the features and benefits of the RACGP’s Practice Experience Program.Dr Genevieve Yates
Mr Gilbert Hennequin
View thumbnailThe business of general practiceThis webinar helps you to teach the ‘business’ of general practice to your registrar – building understanding, managing expectations, and setting standards.Glen Wallace
View thumbnailReCEnt projectThis webinar aims to inform supervisors about the findings of the ReCEnT project and how they can be used to enhance the education and training experience of registrars.Prof Parker Magin

Other topics

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View thumbnailACRRM: The Future of GP TrainingLearn how ACRRM will be implementing changes under college-led training and keeping supervision at the heart of their model. Kyra Moss
Dr Greg Gladman
ME Dr Emily Moody
View thumbnailACRRM and RACGP on the transition to college led trainingThe transition to college-led training on February 1st 2023 is fast approaching. What will GP training look like for supervisors and practices from that point on? Kyra Moss
Glen Wallace
Dr Karin Jodlowski‑Tan
Dr Gerard Ingham
Dr Nicole Higgins
Carla Taylor
View thumbnailThe future of GP training with RACGPThis presentation provides details on how the RACGP are planning to return training to the college and support our profession and communities and how it affects you and new and existing GP registrars. Burning issues are discussed such as practice agreements and supports, supervisor CPD, registrar selection and placement, and more.Georgina Van De Water, Associate Professor James Brown and Glen Wallace.
View thumbnailGPSA resourcesGP Supervisors Australia has developed a wide range of educational resources to assist supervisors in their role. This webinar focuses on how to make the most of the educational resources with tips and ideas for using them in teaching activities.Dr Justin Coleman
View thumbnailLife Hacks and Self CareLearn how to apply science-backed self-management tools, monitor your wellbeing, and practical ways to contribute to a happier and healthier workplace.Margo Field
View thumbnailNTCER updateThis webinar is practical and all about highlighting the things that can (and have) gone wrong – and how to prevent them from happening at your practice.Glen Wallace
View thumbnailPractice wellbeingLearn about practice wellbeing and leading from the front during a crisis.Dr Nicole Higgins
Mr Gary Smith
Dr Krystyna De Lange
Dr Ashley Bloomfield
View thumbnailRACGP’s PEPDiscussion on the features and benefits of the RACGP’s Practice Experience Program.Dr Genevieve Yates
Mr Gilbert Hennequin
View thumbnailReCEnt projectThis webinar aims to inform supervisors about the findings of the ReCEnT project and how they can be used to enhance the education and training experience of registrars.Prof Parker Magin