2022 Training Term dates
TT1: 7/02/2022 – 7/08/2022
TT2: 8/08/2022 – 5/02/2023

MCCC support – who to contact

Please see our support document for who to contact and for what, including details of support staff in each region and more information on the following contacts:

  • Operations staff, REAPS, EPSOs, TSOs, finance, general enquiries
  • SLO team
  • RLO team
  • RME team
  • Online support for MeL, SWAN and website
  • PEP
  • PALS
  • Rural program including rural generalist
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health.

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GP Insight – February 2022

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