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GP Companion - exclusive member only resource
This is a handy pocket reference book that was initially created to help students get the most out of their general practice rotations. It contains a goldmine of accessible facts and figures on essential medical conditions, preventative medicine and clinical reasoning.
Following positive feedback from junior doctors, this reference booklet is now available to Going Places members — particularly useful to those on a PGPPP rotation.
*Note you will need to be logged in as a member to download it!
GP Companion Guide is proudly sponsored by MIPS
"GP Companion is an outstanding innovative pocket book which is ideal for students and GP registrars. It represents a goldmine of accessible facts and figures on essential medical conditions. This attractive presentation is up to date, accurate, cross-referenced and so very readable. Our learners are very fortunate to have such a great resource – I wish I had one when I was a student."
Professor John Murtagh AM
Adjunct Professor of General Practice, Monash University
Professorial Fellow, Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne
"Congratulations to everyone involved in the development of the GP Companion to general practice. This is another great resource for general practice and it is terrific to see its availability for iPhone and iPad. I am sure this is going to be a valuable aid for students and junior doctors on clinical placements in general practice."
Professor Michael Kidd AM
Executive Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Flinders University