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College-led training for GP registrars
You've committed to the health of our community by choosing to specialise in general practice. Find out how college-led training will support your goal.

On 1 February next year, the RACGP will become responsible for delivering AGPT training to GP registrars. It's part of our commitment to the profession of General Practice.

Come and learn how we're implementing this change and how it affects new and existing GP registrars.

We want to talk about our direction for 2023 and beyond, so you'll know what to expect. And we're inviting you to tell us about issues concerning you. Hear about placement administration, workforce prioritisation, the rollout of the FRACGP-RG, payment frameworks, flexibility and transferability, and training record management and more.

Share your perspective on the move to college-led training during a facilitated Q&A session.

Panelists:
Chief Executive Officer, RACGP, Paul Wappet
Chief Transition Officer, RACGP, Georgina van de Water
National Clinical lead - Rural, RACGP, Dr Karin Jodlowski-Tann

Facilitator:
Chair of the National Faculty of GPs in Training, Dr Sean Black-Tiong

You're invited to submit questions during the registration process and the session.

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Paul Wappett
Chief Executive Officer @Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Paul Wappett commenced as CEO of the RACGP in October 2021. A lawyer by profession, Paul's previous positions included CEO of Open Universities Australia, CEO of the Australian Institute of Business and legal and commercial roles at CPA Australia, the Western Bulldogs Football Club, Mobil Oil Australia, and law firm Clayton Utz. Paul has led substantial organisational transformations throughout his career, leading organisations to adapt to changes in their external environments, build organisational cultures that enable them to improve performance, effectively interact with complex groups of stakeholders, and redesign the way in which they transact with and relate to their customers/students/members, particularly digitally.
Georgina van de Water
Chief Transition Officer @Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Georgina is Chief Transition Officer at the RACGP, guiding the complex transition to college-led training. She was most recently CEO for GP Synergy, the sole provider of the Australian General Practice Training program for doctors seeking to specialise as General Practitioners in New South Wales and ACT. Prior to this she was Chief Operating Officer at regional training provider and primary health network WentWest. She has held senior roles both nationally and internationally in the private and not for profit sector. Georgina is adept in overseeing a wide variety of strategic and operational responsibilities, ensuring outstanding customer service through optimising employee development and performance.
Karin Jodlowski-Tan
National Clinical Lead - Rural @Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Karin worked in rural Australia from 1997 to 2019. From across the deserts of NT to the far north-west of NSW working with Aboriginal communities. Her special interest includes innovations in remote education, nutritional medicine and acupuncture. Having worked to support personal development projects in remote communities, she is now supporting the development of physician leadership in one of the GP corporates. Karin continues to champion the recruitment and training of rural doctors, having worked with RACGP, ACRRM and RVTS. Currently, she is clinical lead for the rural generalist development project as well as the remote clinical exam.
Dr Sean Black-Tiong
Chair of the National Faculty of GPs in Training @Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Dr Sean Black-Tiong practices as a GP in Adelaide. He completed his FRACGP training in 2020 and during that time was a Registrar Liaison Officer and member of the GPRA Advisory Council. When the RACGP National Faculty for GPs in Training was established, he served as the inaugural Deputy Chair. Sean has been passionate about medical education and advocacy throughout his training working with the SA and Federal AMA, and teaching medical students at both the University of Adelaide and Flinders University.