GP registrar stories

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“I really enjoyed the flying and travel and found it a privilege to be up in the sky and out in the communities - and to walk around and meet and talk to people, go to the beach, go to the store an

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"I am the friendly face that calls them from the waiting room, I am the person who knows them and their families, I am the person who once upon a time was serving them at the checkout and I am the person who can understand their concerns".
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The diversity of experience gained from working in a variety of placements in the NT, enhanced Dr Danushi Abeyaratnein approach to her Royal Australian College of General Practitioners exams – she was the highest scoring candidate in 2018.1 AKT exam for NT/SA
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Jian's original plan in 2015 was to finish his GP training as quickly as he possibly could and return to Sydney. His life in 2017 is a different story altogether.
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My journey started when I migrated to Australia in 2010 and worked as RMO for four years in different hospital rotations and started GP training under NTGPE in 2014.

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Dr Rosemary Wyber started her training in remote placements which meant working and living in remote communities, immersed in Yolngu Aboriginal culture and the Yolngu Matha language