First workshop for 2017

114 registrars joined us for their first central workshop on the AGPT program, ‘Challenging patients and consulting skills’.

114 registrars joined us for their first central workshop on the AGPT program, ‘Challenging patients and consulting skills’ last week.

The new cohort keenly took to the sessions, honing their practical and communications skills, as well as taking the opportunity to meet fellow GP registrars and build on their network of professional peers.

Director of Clinical Training for WAGPET, Dr Colleen Bradford said the energy levels at the workshops were high.

“Each registrar was presented with challenging clinical scenarios in a realistic practice setting.  They were also involved in a series of emergency skills rotations,” Dr Bradford said.

“It’s inspiring to see such outstanding doctors coming through the program and gaining quality training in order to deliver the best for our communities."

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