Invitation: RANZCP trainee support webinar 'Rural training: virtual discussion panel'
Are you an RANZCP trainee curious to gain insight into others' experiences of rural training?
Date: Wednesday August 16, 2017
Time: 12pm – 1pm AEST | 2pm – 3pm NZST - click here for time zones
- Dr Duy Tran, regional psychiatrist, Kimberley Mental Health & Drug Service, Broome, Western Australia
- Dr Jodi Eatt, Broome, Western Australia
- Dr Paddy Beverley, Alice Springs, Northern Territory
- Dr Jonathan Linacre, Darwin, Northern Territory
- Dr Daniel Gileppa, Cairns, Queensland
- Dr Gabrielle Matta, Townsville, Queensland
- Dr Nicola Wallace, Townsville, Queensland
- Dr Joe Coakham, Hastings, New Zealand
The College is presenting the sixth episode of the trainee support webinar series. This series will cover most aspects and help you navigate the training program.
Join us live and online - via your computer, tablet or phone, as we discuss training in rural and remote areas, covering:
- how to manage rural rotations
- supervision, workload and training requirements
- making the move, family, social considerations
- development of study groups and support networks
- what does ‘rural’ actually mean in places like Northern WA, NT, FNQ or New Zealand?
Questions on this topic are now being accepted.
Once you have registered you can already begin to submit your questions by using the speech bubble at the bottom the screen.
(Note: you may also click on the speech bubble icon to ask questions during the live session.)
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If you're unable to participate in the live webinar, please register and you'll be notified when the recording is available in Learnit.
>Watch the first five webinars in Learnit [member log-in required]
Looking after your wellbeing during training.
The College is committed to supporting the wellbeing of its trainees and has released helpful new resources to guide trainees in staying on track and looking after themselves throughout their training journey. These include a reference guide and a three-part video series.
> Access your orientation and wellbeing resources