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NT Chief Minister Natasha Fyles acknowledged NTGPE’s cultural education program as ‘best practice in Australia’ at a celebration of the 20th and final year of the Territory’s sole GP training body.

NT Chief Minister Natasha Fyles will help celebrate the 20th and final year of the Territory’s sole GP training organisation at a special event in Darwin this Saturday (3 December).

The leaders of Australia’s largest professional general practice body will visit remote Northern Territory this week along with local experts in a bid to strengthen long-term GP training in the region and address the ongoing issue of rural and remote GP shortages.

NTGPE wrapped up its very last GP registrar workshop in Alice Springs on Arrente country last week.

With the transition to college-led training for GPs moving ever closer, NTGPE took the opportunity at our Annual Awards ceremony last week to talk to guests about NTGPE’s change management approach

NTGPE has recognised GP registrars and supervisors across the Territory after announcing this year’s winners of its Annual Awards

The GP Training Transition September 2022 Communique has been released from the Department of Health and Aged Care, the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and the Royal Austra

NTGPE has celebrated NAIDOC Week by today launching a new cultural education framework to help drive improvements in Aboriginal health across the Territory.
Curtis is a Larrakia man born and raised on Larrakia country. He is the first Indigenous man to be awarded a PhD from Charles Darwin University.
NTGPE hosted 42 GP supervisors on Friday 17 June at the GP supervisor workshop in Darwin.

Northern Territory General Practice Education (NTGPE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Keturah Skov as its new Registrar Liaison Officer (RLO).

The Department of Health has announced all GP registrars who secure training positions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services this year for 2023 placements will have their contrac