A day in the life of a registrar may involve patient consults with experienced doctors close by, informal corridor teaching and dedicated formal teaching time each week. Many rural-based GP training clinics also support their local hospital with an inpatients and on-call service, as well as anaesthetics andobstetrics if you have the qualifications.
This is complemented by the latest in technology-assisted learning, dedicated teaching times, regular workshops delivered by Medical Educators and comprehensive exam preparation.
During your training you will attend :
- An orientation workshop
- Advanced Life Support (ALS)
- A Wellbeing workshop
- 10 face-to-face workshops with your Medical Educator
- The opportunity to participate in a variety of non-mandatory workshops, webinars and exam preparation activities
You will be supported by innovative online programs to assist with your education and learning goals.
Our team of medical educators and program training advisors will work closely with you to provide personalised advice, mentoring and support throughout your journey.