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Meet Your Registrar Liaison Officer

GMT’s Registrar Liaison Officers (RLOs) are available to Registrars and act as a confidential contact for Registrars to discuss any aspects of their training, and liaise with appropriate people to assist in resolving issues relating to Registrar training or placement in Training Practices. GMT RLOs are represented on GMT’s Strategic Leadership Council and contribute to the GMT Registrar education program, as well as interact at a regional and national level with organisations such as General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA).

Please do not hesitate to contact one of GMT’s RLOs by emailing gmt.rlo@jcu.edu.au

Registrar Liaison Officer Profiles

Dr Angela Allsopp 

Dr Angela Allsopp is an RACGP Registrar who is based on the Sunshine Coast. Angela studied medicine on the Gold Coast, moving to the Sunshine Coast for her intern year. Angela has commenced as a GMT RLO in 2017 and can offer experience in a wide variety of Registrar issues including maternity leave, part time work, and completing fellowship exams.

 
Dr Stephen Foster 

Dr Foster is a RACGP Registrar (GPT3) based in Bundaberg (Wide Bay node). His special interests include cardiovascular disease and minor procedures. His background is in education and marine science. In his spare time he enjoys travel, SCUBA and underwater photography - preferably simultaneously.

 
Dr Anna Cunningham 

Dr Anna Cunningham is an RACGP Registrar. Anna is based in Mount Isa, where she lives with her husband and two young sons. She has a special interest in rural, mental and adolescent health. Anna also tutors JCU medical students on their rural placements in Mt Isa.

 
Dr Peter Neeskens 

Dr Peter Neeskens is currently working as an SMO at Sarina Hospital completing PRRT for his ACRRM Fellowship. He is a new Registrar Liaison Officer in 2017 and hopes to be a person that other Registrars can seek advice and support from throughout their training. His interests include Anaesthesia, Pain Management and Technology in Medicine.