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NTGPE has recognised GP registrars and supervisors across the Territory after announcing this year’s winners of its Annual Awards

The Department of Health has announced all GP registrars who secure training positions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services this year for 2023 placements will have their contrac

Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) has recognised GP registrars, supervisors and training posts across the Territory after announcing this year’s winners of its annual awards. 

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. 

Providing a fulsome orientation for new GP registrars is key to a successful placement with your training post and is a great way to kick-start GP training.

NTGPE joins forces on a program on remote Aboriginal health for rural generalist training.
NTGPE celebrates National Reconciliation Week
Keep up to date with current supervision requirements, College requirements and NTGPE programs
Compass conference is an opportunity for NT health professionals to come together and share knowledge of primary health care in their regional and remote settings.
This month GPSA ran an NTCER update webinar. If you missed the webinar, you can view the recorded version here.
The Commonwealth Government has released the following communique to inform stakeholders about the transition of GP training to the colleges.