GP Supervisors Australia have developed a series of teaching plans 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.
CONSULATION SKILLS SERIES
PROCESSES AND PATIENT GROUPS
GPSA Teaching Plans and clinical reasoning challenges are developed by GP Supervisors and Medical Educators. They are diagnoses intended to support the teaching of the topics listed and to test knowledge and applications of same. Note, once downloaded or printed these resources may no longer be up to date, so for processes quality control purposes you should constantly refer back to this website for the most up to date version.
The resources can be printed out, emailed, used on a tablet or from a computer pre, during or post your teaching session to enhance learning. Registrars who use these resources are in no way guaranteed success in subsequent attempts at passing college fellowship examinations.
The teaching plans have also been collated by the following categories for easy access:
ICPC2 body system chapter headings
30 most frequently managed reasons for encounter (presentations)
30 most frequently managed problems
RACGP high risk areas
Consultation Skills Series
Brief Intervention and Motivational Interviewing
Follow up and Safety Netting
History Taking Skills
Physical Examination Skills
Professional and Ethical Practice
Quality Medical Records
Rational Test Ordering
Writing Quality Referrals
Dementia – diagnosis
Dementia – management
Diabetes Type 2 – Screening, diagnosis and assessment