Applications now open for 2021 posts
The registrar extended skills post is suitable for registrars who have completed GPT2 and is a 6-month position.
Each registrar will attend the theory component of FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health for Doctors in their first week and sit the examination. This course is provided free to our registrar (usual cost $2895 in 2021), who will also be paid for normal working hours over the course of the week. The registrar will then be required to work across both FPV sites (Box Hill and CBD).
Working hours will be by negotiation and within a service span of hours between 8 am-5 pm Monday to Friday.
The registrar will gain broad clinical experience in reproductive and sexual health issues within a supported environment with weekly tutorial time included.
IUD insertion training is an extra option that registrars can take up during their post.
Each registrar will also be given the opportunity to complete the clinical requirement to obtain their FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health.
Registrars will develop knowledge and skills in integrated reproductive and sexual health of high relevance to the general practice environment. This includes contraception, STI screening and management, cervical screening, management of menstrual symptoms and pregnancy choices for unintended pregnancy including medication termination of pregnancy. Registrars studying for their FRACGP Fellowship exam are supported by supervisors who are experienced GPs.
This position is only open for GPT3 or higher.
Applications for 2022 registrar posts are accepted prior to interviews in May each year. Posts are full time but applications for part-time posts will be considered. Please send your CV (include two referees with a phone, mobile and email contacts) and a supporting letter addressing your interest in the registrar position and each key selection criteria to:
Dr Sara Whitburn
Applications for 2022 posts are now open and close by COB Monday 10th May.
Key selection criteria for registrar position
Experience in reproductive and sexual health and/or gynaecological procedures.
Ability to work with patients from socioeconomic disadvantaged groups.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as highly developed interpersonal skills.
Potential to use skills gained at Family Planning Victoria in the future.
Please indicate if you are available for an interview on Tuesday 25th May and/or Wednesday 26th May via Zoom.
Download a copy of this position description and key selection criteria