AKT / KFP Training - May 2016

fracgp exam Mar 14, 2016

Next Training Webinars for the FRACGP 2016.2 Exams

Running over 5 consecutive Thursdays from 7pm to 8pm for the AKT and KFP 2016.2 Exams, our live training webinars have been confirmed. 

If you are booked in to sit the FRACGP exams for 2016.2 for the Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) and Key Feature Problem (KFP) and looking for some help and support with what to study and how to to pass the AKT and KFP exams, then this live training is for you.

Dates for the live training are as follows:

  1. Week 1 - Thursday, 12 May 2016
  2. Week 2 - Thursday, 19 May 2016
  3. Week 3 - Thursday, 26 May 2016
  4. Week 4 - Thursday, 2 June 2016
  5. Week 5 - Thursday, 9 June 2016 

During the LIVE webinars, we will provide pre-exam training on:

  • Key Resources and the Diagnostic Formula you need to cover for your KFP Exam Study;
  • Strategies on how to prepare for and approach the FRACGP Exams;
  • What to expect, strategies to use and how to manage your time in the AKT Exam;
  • Physical Examinations...
Continue Reading...

RACGP refuses to release KFP exam data

fracgp exam Nov 09, 2015

The RACGP has refused to release the latest data over the Key Feature Problem (KFP) exam from the August 2015 test.

'Australian Doctor' (Page 3) is reporting that the latest results show that 43% failed the KFP test in August, with some sources claiming there is a higher failure rates of 80-85% from the International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who are on the practice-eligible-pathway compared to those registrars already training on the Australian General Practice Training Program. 

Experts are at odds over why eligible pathway graduates and IMGs are failing at a higher rate than those on the Australian GP Program. Some claim that overseas medical schools place an emphasis on rote-learning, but not understanding the concepts.

However, overseas-trained doctor, Dr Geeta Trehan from SA GP, who helps IMGs prepare for the exam, rejects this stating in Australian Doctor that if it was critical thinking that was lacking the IMGs would also fail the Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) component...

Continue Reading...

Dr Tom Rolley and Chiron Weber win 2012 PITCH.

general practice Dec 11, 2012

In October 2012 North Coast Medicare Local called for applications for their new program called the PITCH.

Dr Tom Rolley and Chiron Weber from the Mullumbimby Medical Center got together to come up with their idea to change Medical Care in North Coast Region.

This is their winning idea... 

This PITCH video was the winning idea out of 27 other applications to North Coast Medicare Local opening ceremony.


This is the video that captured all the actions at the opening day.

Please add your comments below.


Continue Reading...
1 2 3

50% Complete

Two Step

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.