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Below is a list of organisations and government departments, as well as RTOs and medical media and discussion groups related to GP Supervision in Australia. If you would like to request adding your organisation to this list, please contact our webmaster.

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View thumbnailRACGPThe Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is the voice of general practitioners helping the GPs of today and tomorrow continue their professional development throughout their careers, from medical students and GPs in training to experienced GPs
View thumbnailACRRMThe Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) is accredited for setting professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice in rural and remote medicine.
View thumbnailGPRA General Practice Registrars Australia is focused on supporting GP trainees and advocating for their rights, providing the next generation of general practitioners with free support, advice and resources.
View thumbnailAustralian Government Department of Health – AGPT The Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program trains medical registrars in general practice. Registrars who achieve their fellowship under the program can work as GPs anywhere in Australia. The AGPT provides funds for GPSA’s operation.
View thumbnailAMAThe Australian Medical Association (AMA) is the peak professional body for doctors in Australia. Representing doctors, the AMA works with governments to develop and influence health policy to provide the best outcomes for doctors, their patients, and the community.
View thumbnailAHPRAThe Medical Board of Australia registers medical practitioners and medical students,
develops standards, codes and guidelines for the medical profession and provides other services.
View thumbnailASMOFThe Australian Salaried Medical Officers’ Federation is the Australian trade union representing salaried doctors.
View thumbnailASGPThe Australian Society of General Practice (ASGP) is a member based organisation led by General Practitioners, advocating for General Practice in the Australian health system.
View thumbnailAGPAThe Australian General Practice Alliance represents the interests of GP practice owners, advocating and lobbying Government to keep control of general practice in the hands of GPs.
View thumbnailAAPMThe Australian Association of Practice Management is a not-for-profit, national peak association recognised as the professional body dedicated to supporting effective Practice Management in the healthcare profession.
View thumbnailAIDAThe Australian Indigenous Doctors Association’s purpose is to grow ethical and professional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors who will lead and drive equitable and just health outcomes for all First nations peoples.
View thumbnailPHNPrimary Health Networks (PHNs) are independent organisations funded by the Australian government to manage health regions. Follow this link to a locator map to find the location, boundaries and contact details of your local PHN.
View thumbnailRHWRural Health Workforce Australia supports a Network of seven government-funded Rural Workforce Agencies (RWAs) that attract, recruit and support health professionals needed in rural and remote communities.
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View thumbnailEVGPTEastern Victoria GP Training (EVGPT) delivers GP education and training programs throughout Eastern Victoria.
View thumbnailGPEXGP Excellence (GPEx) delivers GP education and training programs throughout South Australia.
View thumbnailGP Synergy GP Synergy trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in NSW and ACT
View thumbnailGPTQGP Training Queensland trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in Queensland
View thumbnailGPTTGP Training Tasmania trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in Tasmania
View thumbnailJCU GPTJames Cook University GP training trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in North Western Queensland.
View thumbnailMCCCMurray City Country Coast GP Training (MCCC) trains qualified doctors in the specialty of general practice in north east and central Victoria.
View thumbnailNTGPENT General Practice Education (NTGPE) trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in the Northern Territory.
View thumbnailRVTSThe Remote Vocational Training scheme trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners across Australia in rural and remote areas.
View thumbnailWAGPETWestern Australia General Practice Education and Training (WAGPET) trains doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in Western Australia.

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View thumbnailVRGPThe Victorian Rural Generalist Program (VRGP) is a coordination unit that supports a statewide end-to-end training program for the Rural Generalist workforce to train, work and live in rural and regional Victoria.
View thumbnailRGTPThe NSW Rural Generalist Medical Training Program (RGTP) provides a supported training pathway for junior doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in NSW,
View thumbnailQRGPThe Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway currently supports doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in Queensland.
View thumbnailRGPNTRural Generalist Pathway Norther Territory supports doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in the Northern Territory.
View thumbnailWARGPRural Generalist Program Western Australia supports doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in Western Australia.
View thumbnailRGPThe Rural Generalist Program SA supports doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in South Australia.
View thumbnailTRGPThe Tasmanian Rural Generalist Pathway supports doctors wishing to pursue a career as a rural general practitioner in Tasmania.

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View thumbnailAusDocAusDoc is a weekly magazine for Australian GPs cover ing everything affecting general practice.
View thumbnailMedical ObserverMedical Observer provides doctor-written opinion and analysis from Australian Doctor.
View thumbnailMedical RepublicThe Medical Republic is a group of doctors, journalists and publishers who curate and provide news in the Medical sector in Australia.
View thumbnailMedicine Today Medicine Today is a peer reviewed journal of medical clinical practice in Australia.
View thumbnailDepartment of Health newsPresents latest news, departmental media and ministerial releases from the Australian Government Department of Health.
View thumbnailMJAThe Medical Journal of Australia provides a peer reviewed forum for information and commentary on clinical medicine and health care in Australia
View thumbnailCroakeyCroakey Health Media is a a not-for-profit public interest journalism organisation providing a range of social journalism son health and wellbeing related issues.
View thumbnailPractice Managers Network Facebook GroupA network of over 7,000 general practice managers engaging in networking, troubleshooting, discussion and general banter related to Medical Practice Management.
View thumbnailGPs Down Under Facebook GroupGPs Down Under is the online community of GPs in Australia/New Zealand with over 9,00 members
View thumbnailConnect GP Supervisors NetworkA forum for GP Supervisors to openly share perspectives, thoughts and answers related to GP Supervision.

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View thumbnailAusCAPPS NetworkThe Australian Contraception and Abortion Primary Care Practitioner Support Network (AusCAPPS) is an online community of practice for primary health care providers to support women seeking long acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) and medical abortion.
View thumbnailHeart FoundationPeak body working to improve heart disease prevention, detection, and support for all Australians.
View thumbnailBeyond BlueBeyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health
View thumbnailCancer Council Supporting all Australians affected by cancer through support, research and prevention programs.
View thumbnailDiabetes AustraliaProviding information, research, advocacy and best practice clinical guidelines for diagnosis , prevention and treatment of Diabetes.