After medical school

Don’t let general practice fall off the radar during hospital training.

The Going Places Network (GPN) is for prevocational doctors, providing information and support for those interested in general practice while they complete their internship and hospital training.

As a member of GPSN, you're also a member of GPRA. Within GPRA, there are many network. The Going Places Network (GPN) is for prevocational doctor.


Update your member details when you graduate

Contact GPRA to let them know you’ve graduated and to update your GPSN member details. You can also update your member details online.

While you’re completing your hospital training, GPRA will:

  • keep you updated on the latest trends in general practice
  • provide you with resources to kick-start your training as a GP registrar.


Got questions about general practice during hospital training?

Go to your GP ambassador! GP ambassadors are a part of the Going Places Network (GPN) — a network of prevocational doctors with a passion for general practice. These ambassadors are a point of contact for prevocational doctors wanting to know more about general practice.
Contact your GP ambassador for answers to questions about general practice during hospital rotations, and to network and touch base with other prevocational doctors.
See a list of GP ambassadors.

If you’re interested in becoming a GP ambassador, email with your name, your hospital and why you would like to become a GP ambassador.

What's going on? Check out the latest GPSN news.

What do I do after I graduate? Read more about the support available to you after you graduate.