- Supervisor Q&A Sessions are hosted by FSP Supervisor Liaison Dr Rod Omond. They offer an opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding supervision or the FSP. Attendance is not compulsory. Sessions are spread across different days of the week to enable attendance, look out for an email invite to the next session.
- Next scheduled session: Thursday 19 October 5.30 pm AEDT
- If you are not currently accredited as a registrar supervisor with AGPT, FSP has its own process of accreditation for primary supervisors.
- As a primary supervisor, you need to complete:
- gplearning modules for new supervisors
- cultural awareness and cultural safety training module
- have a discussion with a Medical Educator (ME)
- keep on track with workplace-based assessments and other in-practice teaching for your registrar.
- If you're going on leave for more than 2 weeks, please complete a Change in circumstance form via the FSP portal to notify us of your leave and what supervision arrangements are in place for their registrar whilst you're away.
- Adverse events & Critical incidents
Research project seeking participants
The University of Melbourne, in conjunction with the RACGP, are looking to recruit a small number of IMGs from the Fellowship Support Program (and their supervisors) to participate in a research project. The commitment is two interviews, for which you will be given a ‘prepaid card’ to the value of $300.00.
We particularly welcome, although not exclusively, IMGs whose primary medical degree was taught in a language that was not English.
We are looking to improve what we know about the teaching and learning of IMGs undertaking general practice training, so that supervisors can be supported to enhance their educator practices and IMGs can optimise their training experiences.
Should you wish to discuss opting-in, or wish a more detailed discussion about the project, you can either contact Dr Tim Clement or Dr Jenny Huang by text or email or click on this link to leave your contact details, answer a few background questions, and provide a convenient time to be contacted.
This research project is supported by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners with funding from the Australian Government under the Australian General Practice Training Program.