RACGP confirms deal with Chinese health authorities

The college says it will develop GP training systems as part of China's push to train half a million new GPs in the next decade
Geir O'Rourke
Shenzhen, south China.

The RACGP is set to begin training doctors in China, after signing a deal to help the nation quadruple its GP workforce.

The college says it has entered a contract with health officials in Shenzhen, a coastal city of 12.5 million near Hong Kong, to develop a general practice training model for China’s fourth-largest urban centre.