Welcome to the GPSA Podcast, hosted by GP Supervisors Australia.
Why do you love being a GP Supervisor?
In this episode, we ask six amazing GP Supervisors why they love being a GP Supervisor? A huge thank you to Dr Sarah Chalmers, Dr Kev Arlett, Dr Columbine Mullins, Dr Bruce Willett, Dr Nicole Higgins, and Dr Ayman Shenouda for their time.
Identifying and Supporting Registrars at Risk | Episode 12 with Dr Konrad Kangru
The 'many-hat' role of a GP Supervisor, for the most part, is an enjoyable, engaging and vital one. Identifying and Supporting GP Registrars at Risk can present the most challenging and rewarding times for a GP supervisor. In this episode, GP supervisor Dr Konrad Kangru explains the key to identifying and supporting registrars at risk effectively. Originally recorded in July 2016.
Teaching Clinical Reasoning | Episode 11 with Dr Simon Morgan
In this episode, Dr Simon Morgan discusses strategies for teaching clinical reasoning to registrars. Originally recorded in April 2017.
The Business of General Practice | Episode 10
In this episode, we ask six amazing GP Supervisors what is the most important thing you teach your registrars about the business of General Practice? A huge thank you to Dr Sarah Chalmers, Dr Kev Arlett, Dr Columbine Mullins, Dr Bruce Willett, Dr Nicole Higgins, and Dr Ayman Shenouda for their time.
Managing Uncertainty | Episode 9 with Dr Justin Coleman
In this episode, Dr Justin Coleman discusses how GP supervisors can employ appropriate strategies to support their registrar to better manage uncertainty. You can find Dr Coleman on Twitter @drjustincoleman. Originally recorded in April 2017.
Supporting Registrars to Manage Patient Boundaries | Episode 8 with Dr Genevieve Yates
Medical practices should be a safe place for both staff and patients. In this episode, Dr Genevieve Yates focusses on helping registrars identify and manage inappropriate patient behaviour and requests, looks at the risks of dual relationships, and why registrars are particularly vulnerable. Originally recorded in October 2017.