Anyone who has an interest in general practice can join GPRA in one of two membership categories, as provided under the GPRA Constitution:
- Voting members - This category is for general practice registrars who are already in the AGPT or RVTS training program and are up to 2 years post-fellowship.
- Associate members – This includes members of medical students through the General Practice Students Network, junior doctors through the Going Places Network, GPRA alumni, international medical graduates who are not on the AGPT or RVTS training program and other stakeholders.
GPRA is with you on your journey through general practice and as such offers has four membership types that specifically cater to the needs of members at different stages of the general practice lifecycle.
- General practice registrar - This membership type supports GP registrars during their GP education and training. GP registrars are doctors who have completed their medical training and opted to take 3 to 4 years GP training. Join the GPRA Registrar Network.
- Prevocational doctor - This membership type supports junior doctors who may be considering a career in general practice. A prevocational doctor is a resident or intern who is working in a hospital. Join the Going Places Network.
- Medical student-This membership types supports medical students who want to learn more about a career in general practice. Any student who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate course approved by an Australian medical school is considered a medical student. Join the General Practice Students Network.
- Other-This membership type is tailored to those who do not fulfil the membership type categories above but still want to be involved with GPRA and the services provided. Join GPRA.