GP Supervision Australia has developed a series of guides 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.
This guide has been developed to support the GP supervisor to help their registrar plan their learning. It should be read in conjunction with the GPSA ‘Practice-based Teaching in General Practice’ guide.
This guide 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.
This guide fills the need for a comprehensive resource for GP supervisors to guide the formal aspects of their supervision. The focus of this guide is on the dedicated, quarantined, structured form of practice based teaching.
This guide explains how to recognise and manage bullying and harassment behaviour, fostering a healthy work culture which benefits staff and patient care. Use this as a tearoom, team building and induction resource to complement your other educational activities
This guide aims to support supervisors to identify, assess, and facilitate development of skills in professional and ethical practice of their registrars. It covers a range of practical strategies for supervisors to use in teaching professionalism in the general practice setting.
Changes in after-hours service provision has affected GP Supervisors from multiple perspectives. This guide seeks to explore and address the issues identified for both doctors working in afterhours environments and their GP Supervisors.
Two page overview.
Date reviewed: 24 January 2023