At the Primary Health Care Institute we provide doctors and health professionals with world-class educational resources, training and support – whenever they need it.
We offer high-quality and innovative training to those who desire a long and fulfilling career in health care. From GPs and registrars, to students and allied health professionals, all are trained to work together to offer high quality accessible health care.
This year, two higher-immunogenicity trivalent influenza vaccine (TIV) formulations are available for those 65 years and older, and are National Immunisation Program-funded. Fact sheets about this year's influenza vaccines can...Read more
A new immunisation module has been added under GP Resources. This module provides practical immunisation information for GPs including: 1. Where to access the latest National and State/Territory immunisation schedules 2. Risk...Read more
From 1st December 2017, the Pap smear process will be known as the Cervical Screening Test. The cervical cells will be collected in the same way as previously collected for Pap smears, with the only difference being that the...Read more
There are 2 pathways in which GPs can obtain completion of MHST Completing a minimum 6 hour online course accredited as MHST by the GPMHSC Committee, or Completing a face to face course accredited as MHST by the GPMHSC...Read more
Learn 360 offers a range of online educational courses for our health care providers.
The first year as a GP is a daunting one. After years of study, and a structured hospital environment, young doctors are confronted with a steep learning curve. Yet, the first year as a GP is also an exciting time filled with on-the-job learning and the potential to build lasting relationships both inside the team and with patients. We spoke with three young GPs about their experiences as the first-time GPs within our centres and what they have learned.