Save time and effort with GP Start as your dedicated teaching resource. A comprehensive program for registrars working toward Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
and Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). GP Start is based on BEACH data and mapped to RACGP and ACRRM curricula covering the core topics all registrars need in their first twelve months.
Written by supervisors for supervisors,
GP Start has been designed as a teaching tool and learning resource your registrars will find invaluable.
GP Start provides supervisors with a teaching edge and takes the time and effort away from developing your own teaching resources.
Modules provide foundation knowledge and competencies across the critical topics required for general practice.
Content mapped to RACGP and ACRRM curricula and competencies.
Incorporates learning around daily practice, and applied knowledge to the clinical context.
Orientation and ongoing support for your supervisors and registrars with an experienced medical educator.
Convenient online platform – access on your smartphone, tablet or computer, anytime, anywhere.
Complete teaching resource for supervisors, as well as the opportunity for CPD.
Our comprehensive and relevant content has been prepared by Australian GPs, supervisors and medical educators and is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure accuracy and currency.
GP Start is designed for workplace-based learning, so modules can be completed in any order giving
you the flexibility you need.
1. Introduction to General Practice
2. The Business of General Practice
3. Consultation in General Practice
4. Cardiovascular Disease
6. Aged Care
9. Mental Health
10. Women’s Health
11. Men’s Health
15. Aboriginal Health
18. Travel Medicine
19. Sexually Transmitted Infections
GP Start recognizes that the best way to learn is by reading, doing and reflecting. Each module includes learning objectives, key readings, videos, references to moderated online readings and resources, key clinical activities,
cases and quizzes.
Readings and references provide the foundation knowledge. Comprises comprehensive primary and moderated secondary sources for Australian general practice.
Key clinical activities ensure you can apply your knowledge and demonstrate core competencies required for college fellowship. For optimum learning, KCAs should be discussed with a supervisor or medical educator, to support learning and resources are provided for each KCA activity.
Quizzes enable registrars to test their knowledge at the end of each module and provide instant feedback on progress. Answers to quizzes are provided.
Cases provide a more in-depth opportunity to test your knowledge and responses.
$1500 inc GST
Talk to us about how GP Start for Practices can meet your needs.
Contact us now for a demonstration or to discuss your needs
1300 266 363