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The national trend for declining enrolments in GP training is most profound in the Northern Territory (NT) and could spell disaster for NT’s future GP workforce according to a study by a leading me

For Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) Project Liaison Officer Lavina Murray, National Reconciliation Week 2021 means more than just words. It’s about taking action.

Medical Educator Dr Vimbai Kapuya has been congratulated after reaching five years of service at Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE).

The Northern Territory is leading the way nationally with the highest rate of registrars completing advanced training in rural health.
Thinking about applying for the 2022 Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program, opening Monday 22 March 2021? Don't miss out on these AGPT information webinars being held in March and April.
The Northern Territory is getting a boost with 26 doctors beginning their community-based GP training with NTGPE this month.
NTGPE has recognised GP registrars and supervisors across the Territory after announcing this year’s winners of its Annual Awards. 
Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) has launched a new campaign to promote General Practice as a career through the inspirational real-life stories of GPs across the region.
NTGPE congratulates RACGP SA/NT GP of the Year Award winner Dr Bronwyn Carson
What if you were promised a job that was challenging, rewarding and offered you opportunities to build your clinical skills far more quickly than your fellow GPs in training?
We are pleased to confirm GPTEC will be held 7–9 September 2021.
NTGPE welcomes Mr John Rawnsley as the newly appointed NT PHN member on the NTGPE Board.