This 2-day course will assist GPs preparing for the Key Feature Problems (KFP) exam of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
Dates: Saturday, 14 January and Saturday, 21 January 2017
Time: 8:30am - 3:00pm
Dr. Penny Gaskell
Penny gained Fellowship of the RACGP in 2000 after completing her medical degree in Australia. Penny has worked in a variety of settings including as lecturer in the General Practice and Primary Health Care Academic Centre of the University of Melbourne. Penny’s current roles include Eastern Health GP Liaison Medical Officer and examiner for the RACGP (KFP and clinical exam), Australian Medical Council (clinical exam) and Health Education Australia Limited.
Dr. Meindert van der Veer
Meindert is an International Medical Graduate who has specialist qualifications as a physician and GP. Meindert began working in rural Australia in 2000 after gaining medical experience in South Africa, the UK and New Zealand. He is currently an examiner for the RACGP (KFP, clinical exam and Practice Based Assessment) and Australian Medical Council (clinical exam). Meindert also regularly conducts Rural Emergency Skills Training courses on behalf of ACRRM.
This course provides attendees with the opportunity to answer KFP questions under the guidance of two highly experienced examiners. This course is not designed to increase the medical knowledge of attendees, but focuses on the underlying principles of answering KFP questions using critical thinking and problem solving skills.
For further information contact Tony Mackinnon (03) 9046 0337 or Kathy Tepper (03) 9046 0338.
A maximum of 20 GPs will be accepted in this course.
Please note that a refund for cancellation will be paid if written notification is received by 7 January 2016 via Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org. No refund is payable after that time. In the unlikely event that EMPHN cancels the course, any fees paid by participants will be refunded in full.