Published Articles

GP training chief sacked after financial probe

The investigation focused on links between the RTO and another organisation run by its CEO.
27 February 2019

Foretold: The GP registrars most likely to fail fellowship exams

Researchers say they may be able to predict which GP registrars are most likely to fail fellowship exams before they even start their vocational training
18 June 2018

Struggling IMGs finally get a helping hand

Thousands of IMGs will be offered mentors under a Federal Government initiative to help isolated doctors achieve fellowship
14 June 2018

Bullying claims spark calls for rigorous review of GP training

Claims by GP registrars that they are being bullied on the job has triggered calls for a “rigorous review” of the GP training environment.
10 May 2018

'I'm angry and sad': why one IMG doctor is leaving emergency medicine for the RACGP

Dr Namal Prematillake is calling on the Australian College of Emergency Medicine to apologise for racial discrimination in the marking of its final clinical exams.
09 October 2017

War-scarred refugees fight to keep Arabic-speaking GP

A group of refugee women are fighting to keep their GP from being forced onto a rural training program, saying she is the only local doctor who makes them feel “comfortable and safe”.
25 September 2017