ResourceGPT builds on previous resource collection projects. It is a collection of materials to assist GPs during their training, and to assist GP Supervisors running teaching sessions. It's intended to be used in conjunction with our RACGP Exam Preparation and SupportGPT courses. Be sure to check-out our Keep It Simple Summaries (KISS).
The clinical resources are presented in a graded manner: Foundation (aimed at GPT1), Consolidation (GPT2) and Extension for the final GP training year. However, they can be used in any order as problems do not always present in an neat hierarchy in everyday clinical practice!
You can work your way through the topics presented in each section, or use key words in the search box as all resources are tagged.
If you choose to work through the topics systematically, there is approximately 1 topic per week throughout the GP training terms. ResourceGPT should form an essential part of your exam preparation.
Under each Essential topic you will find guides on what to study including learning outcomes with suggested resources. These can form the basis of registrar and supervisor discussions, or a useful self-based guided for GPs in training on different pathways.
ResourceGPT teaching guides can help provide a framework for supervisors running an in-practice teaching session with medical students or GPs in training.
There are a number of 'pre-filled' examples, but ideally these examples will allow supervisors to develop their own teaching guides.
|Basic in-practice procedural skills|
|Breast lumps breast pain and breast cancer|
|Common fractures, dislocations and sporting injuries|
|Safe prescribing and adverse medication reactions|
|The Red and Painful Eye|
|Atrial Fibrillation and palpitations|
|Bronchiolitis and Croup|
|Preventative health care and a general check up|
|The Pap Smear and Well women's check|
|Abnormal Uterine bleeding|
|Childhood behavioural problems|
|Common childhood Infections|
|Connective tissue disorders|
|Disorders of the penis and prostate|
|Drugs and Alcohol|
|Examination of Children|