What requirements must I meet to be able to apply for General AHPRA Registration?

In order to be eligible for General Registration, you must have completed 47 weeks of supervised practice either in General Practice or in the hospital system in the required rotations (10 weeks Medicine, 10 Weeks Surgery, and 8 weeks Emergency).

If you are on the standard pathway, you will also need to have passed the AMC Clinical Exam or have completed the Workplace Based Assessment. 

To apply for General Registration you will need to have submitted 3 Work Performance Reports* throughout your 47 weeks of supervised practice. You will also need to complete and submit an AGEN-30 form, have your supervisor write a letter of support and submit one last Work Performance report.  

*Work performance reports are usually required to be submitted quarterly, however, this is ultimately up to AHPRA to decide. 

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