Medical Students (Graduate Students)
Our Practice is part of the
Rural Clinical School of the Australian National University
Medical School (ANUMS).
We have regular attachments
of Medical Students as part of their training and will undertake
supervised consultations. It is important for the future of Rural
General Practice that such teaching occurs. However, should you
wish to consult the doctor without the student being present, ask
the receptionist or doctor, and this will be easily arranged.
Teaching Post Graduate
From time to time doctors
may be attached to our practice - they could include doctors completing
their training as part of General Practitioner training programmes
through ACCRM or RACGP. This programme is organised by GPET Training
Providers. CoastCityCountry Training is the Regional Training Provider
responsible for GP Registrar Training in Southern NSW. Web site
(IMG) International Medical Graduates
TRDs usually enter Australia to work in medical positions designated
as being 'area of need' by the relevant State or Territory health
authority. Alternatively, they may enter as occupational trainees
to undertake clinical specialist training.
TRDs are generally granted conditional registration in Australia.
These doctors are also subject to supervision by an appropriately
qualified Australian medical practitioner. Currently there is no
formal assessment of the level of theoretical and clinical skills
expected of TRDs