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How to become a GP in Australia webinar series – Patient consultations and on-going care
How to meet standards and conduct patient visits

In Australia, patients see their GPs 5-6 times a year and are often cared for by a range of other health practitioners as well. In this webinar, we’ll explore how to assess and treat patients in a team arrangement, and cover GP management plans to help you give your patients the best care possible.

• Chronic disease management
• GP Management plan (GPMP)
• Team care arrangements (TCAs)
• Health assessments, GP Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP)
• Domiciliary Medication Management Review (DMMR)

Learning outcomes:
• Explain what patient care looks like in Australian General Practice
• Describe how GP’s manage Chronic disease, team care arrangements, health assessments, mental health care plans and medication reviews.

This webinar is for RACGP members only. Please include your RACGP number when registering.

If you would like more information on becoming an international member, please contact international@racgp.org.au or +63 3 8699 0300.

Or become a member today: https://www.racgp.org.au/education/imgs/racgp-international

Aug 16, 2022 06:30 PM in Perth

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Mark Miller
Dr Mark Miller has been a rural GP in Goolwa, South Australian for over 28 years. Dr Mark Miller was the RACGP Censor-in-Chief (2014-2018), and Chair of the RACGP Board of Censors/Board of Assessment and a member of RACGP council. He previously held roles as SA Exam Panel Chair from 1997 until 2003, and then RACGP SA&NT Censor. Mark has trained general practice registrars for more than 25 years. He has supervised over 30 general practice registrars and enjoys the vibrancy they add to clinical practice. Mark has provided tuition and mentoring to IMGs commencing general practice in Australia. Mark was awarded the RACGP Australian GP of the Year Award (2013) in recognition of his outstanding commitment to the profession and received a 25-year long service medal for rural practice in South Australia. Mark was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship (2017), the highest form of recognition given by Rotary International for contributed services in keeping with the principles of Rotary International
Anthony Llewellyn
Adj Assoc Professor (B Med Sci, MB BS, FRANZCP, MHA GAICD) @@advancemed.com.au
Anthony has extensive experience and knowledge of the medical careers process in Australia, including the pathways for IMG doctors to embark on medical careers in Australia. Anthony has worked in a number of Executive and medical workforce roles for over 25 years, including four years as the Executive Medical Director, Health Education & Training Institute of NSW. Anthony currently works with thousands of individual doctors to assist them in applying for and preparing for job applications and career transitions. In addition Anthony works with a number of organisations, including several specialty medical colleges, on medical workforce related projects. Anthony hosts a very popular medical careers blog advancemed.com.au and YouTube channel the career doctor.
Robert Menz
Robert has been a GP in the inner eastern Adelaide suburbs since 1980. He has wide experience in non-clinical aspects of Medicine through organisations such as RACGP, Australian Medical Association (AMA), Australian General Practice Accreditation (AGPAL), Divisions of General Practice and National Primary Care Collaborative (NPCC). 2001- 2014 he was a Senior Medical Adviser for the Commonwealth Department of Human Services (DHS). This role provided advice, education and stakeholder engagement as part of the Health Professionals Branch and provided a professional link between (DHS) and the medical profession. Robert was the RACGP Corlis Fellow for SA and NT from 2014-6. He has been an RACGP examiner since 1984 and was censor for SA/NT from 1997-2003. He was an RACGP nominee to the AGPAL board from 2000-2006, and is still a surveyor. Robert completed a Masters in Clinical Education in 2013, and teaches GP Registrars through GPEX.
Farooq Ahmad
Dr Farooq Ahmad is a Practice Principal at Martins Road Family Medical Practice and Madison Park Family Medical Practice. He is a GP Supervisor with GPEX teaching GP Registrars. Dr Ahmad was a Board member on the Northern Health Network. As member of the RACGP IMG committee and an RACGP Examiner, Dr Ahmad has helped many overseas trained doctors prepare for the RACGP Fellowship exam. His skills set includes procedural work performed in Australia, South Africa and Pakistan. Dr Ahmad received his Fellowship in 2004, and was awarded the SA&NT Faculty McCleave/Thompson Award in 2007 for his service to the RACGP. He has helped many IMG’s to attain their Fellowship.