CSQTC delivers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Training in partnership with Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC). There are three compulsory segments:
- Segment 1 is a cross-cultural workshop. This takes place at one of the four 2-day workshops held each year in March, June, September and December for registrars in the first 12 months of training.
- Segments 2 and 3 involve visits to community controlled Aboriginal organisations and health services, the writing of a short report and a debriefing meeting to share the experiences.
Lists are current as at May 2010.
GP Registrars are asked to submit their reports for Segments 2 and 3 with the completed Segment Report Cover Page - download the cover page here.
Aboriginal and Torres Islander Health Training is generally completed during the first 12 months of general practice experience and mostly occurs during the main GP Registrar workshops, except for the organisation and health service visits which happen in the GP Registrar’s own time.