Generalist Medical Training Governance Policy
To describe the policy governance arrangements for Generalist Medical Training (GMT), being a program within the College of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University that is delivered under contract to the Australian Government as part of the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program.
This policy applies to all staff, Supervisors, contractors and sub-contractors, and Registrars employed or engaged by JCU in its capacity as a provider of general practice training services under the AGPT Program.
GMT is required to develop and publish local policies that complement the AGPT Program policies.
(Cl 1.8 - Australian General Practice Training Program Policies 2017).
“Registrar” means medical practitioners undertaking formal training through the AGPT Program.
“Supervisor” means a vocationally registered general practitioner employed or engaged by the training post and accredited by GMT to deliver training according to the training standards of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and/or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
“GMT policy” in the sole context of JCU’s contract to deliver AGPT services shall include procedures and the term policy or procedure may be used interchangeably on JCU’s GMT website to comply with the AGPT Program requirements.
JCU Policy and Delegations Framework JCU Policy Library
Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program Policies
Contract between the Australian Government Department of Health and James Cook University for and on behalf of Generalist Medical Training, for the delivery of the AGPT Program.
NOTE: Printed copies of this policy are uncontrolled, and currency can only be assured at the time of printing. Approval Details
Date for next Major Review (in accordance with the Policy Handbook)