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So we have survived the first flurry of pandemic preparations. The Easter egg hunt was replaced with a search for PPE gear and hand sanitiser.
Now it’s time to catch our breath and assess what the implications are for our Registrars. JCU GP Training invites you to join our panel of experts to help you unpack the fall out and what this means in the GP training space. With a Q&A segment at the end of each sessions this is a fantastic opportunity to put your GP Registrar training questions to the experts who should know; Chris Appleby, Peta-Ann Teague and an ensemble of experienced Team Leaders.
Join us for a 3 part series where we look at what has been, what is now and what will happen in the future during a pandemic aftermath.
THURSDAY 2 JULY 2020 | 1:00PM AEST
We provide you with an overarching view of how COVID-19 has impacted the JCU GP Training program. Come with us as we explore the introduction of new training terms and their implications, delays in College assessment and what is happening in the Workshop arena for 2020.
We look at the conversion of ECTs into the virtual space. Hear first-hand from a Practice Manager about their experience in hosting a Tele-ECT visit and some of the tips and tricks they have picked up along the way.
THURSDAY 16 JULY 2020 | 1:00PM AEST
In the past few years the attraction rate of new applicants to the GP Training program has left many wanting. As the focus has shifted to the important role of the GP in a pandemic world JCU GP Training would like you to join us as we explore the impact this has had on our recruitment program for the 2021 intake.
We also will take this opportunity to unveil our new Training Post Guide to guide you as you continue to support our GP Training program.
THURSDAY 30 JULY 2020 | 1:00PM AEST
In our final segment we want to go back to the some of the important processes that makes our training program such a success. We visit our one-stop-shop the MyJCUGP Resources Portal, put our Orientation Program initiative under the microscope and inform you of your obligations should a Critical Incident involving one of our registrars occur.
This is your last chance to ask questions of our panel of experts.