Our experienced Medical Educators are committed to providing ongoing guidance to registrars. Our registrars learn General Practice through hands-on training with GP supervisors and are supported through regular meetings.
Lead Medical Educators
Lead Medical Educator – Rural
Meet Dr Mike Hurley, medical educator and GP specialising in anaesthetics and emergency. He also has the opportunity to work with his wife, Dr Jaime Hurley.
Lead Medical Educator – Supervisor
With special interests in family medicine and youth mental health, Brisbane-based GP Dr Erin Waters loves helping registrars finesse their clinical reasoning skills.
Brisbane North District
District Medical Educator Coordinator
Meet Dr Karen Savery, a Brisbane-based assistant medical educator and GP who conducts medical education with the Hospital and Health Service in Carseldine.
Brisbane South District
Assistant Hub Medical Educator
Dr Gillian Eastgate could be described as a poster person for the diversity of general practice, having worked in Indigenous health, addiction medicine and family planning, as well as supporting patients with intellectual disabilities.
Gold Coast District
Gold Coast South Hub Medical Educator
With a number of years of clinical experience under his belt, Dr Greg Shrimpton is now proud to have a hand teaching the next generation of primary care professionals.
Gold Coast North Hub Medical Educator
With diverse experience as a GP in both New Zealand and Australia, Dr Katrina McLean enjoys supporting Registrars in the Gold Coast District, finding their beachside coffee-fuelled teaching sessions to be the best part of her week.
Assistant Hub Medical Educator
With plenty of experience across both urban and rural practices, Gold Coast-based GP Dr Jess Stewart finds teaching Registrars to be one of the most rewarding aspects of her job.
Darling Downs & West Moreton District
Senior Medical Educator – FARGP
Having been a rural GP for her entire career, Dr Kathy Kirkpatrick is ideally positioned to share her experience in diverse locations and practices.
District Medical Education Coordinator (ACRRM)
Dr Jaime Hurley, a GP with special skills in obstetrics talks about the importance of reopening maternity services at Beaudesert Hospital.
Medical Educator (Beaudesert)
Based at Beaudesert Hospital, Dr Brendon Evans never wanted to practise anywhere other than a rural community, and is excited about the part he gets to play in supporting rural Registrars.
Medical Educator (Beaudesert Hub)
A GP based out of Beaudesert, Dr Michael Rice is a strong supporter of rural medicine and rural doctors. He says “You get out of a rural community what you put into it”.
Medical Educator (Dalby) & Recognition of Prior Learning
Toowoomba based GP and medical educator, Dr Adareeka Jayasinghe, knew from an early age that she wanted to help address the lack of doctors in regional areas.
Medical Educator (Goondiwindi)
With almost 20 years of experience in rural medicine, Goondiwindi GP Dr Matt Masel is well placed to give registrars a unique perspective on the exciting opportunities practising in the country brings.
Assistant Hub Medical Educator (Toowoomba) & PEP program
GP Dr Peta Carriline enjoys supporting registrars in the Toowoomba Hub, as well doctors on the PEP program, as they travel towards fellowship.
Medical Educator – Supervisor Development
Having owned and run three GP clinics in her 30+ year career, Dr Maura Harvey is excited to take on the new challenge of supporting GPTQ GP supervisors.
Supervisor Liaison Officer – Gold Coast
Gold Coast GP Dr Andrew Weissenberger shares his love of teaching registrars and supporting GP supervisors in his role as GPTQ’s District Supervisor Liaison Officer for the Gold Coast.
RACGP – Practice Experience Program
Associate Director Medical Education – PEP
With over 35 years of experience working in rural medicine, Dr Dale Hanson is well placed to support doctors on the Practice Experience Program as they work towards their GP fellowship.
Associate Director Medical Education – PEP and Remediation
Dr Jan Hanson, Mackay-based GP and medical educator, was hooked on medicine from the age of nine when she witnessed the first heart transplant.
Medical Educator – Training Advisor
Dr Lesley Palmer guides registrars through their training to ensure they meet the training rules and are managing their work alongside any personal issues.
Medical Educator – Research
With a more than 30 year affiliation with The University of Queensland, both as a student and academic, Dr Marie-Louise Dick is the ideal support for GPTQ’s medical education research team.
Medical Educator – Indigenous Health Training
Dr Danielle Arabena is not your usual medical educator. Descended from the Meriam Mer people, Danielle was called upon to become a doctor.
Registrar Liaison Officer
A GP registrar in her final year of training, Dr Andrea Lamprecht is passionate about patient education, as well as supporting current GPTQ registrars across the Brisbane region.
Rural Registrar Liaison Officer
With much rural experience already under his belt, Dr Kim Huynh is currently working in Jandowae at the local hospital and GP clinic, whilst he edges ever closer to achieving his ACRRM fellowship.
Dr Jack Gilpin
Medical Education Training & Hospital Liaison Officer