The go-betweens

  • RLO roles offer chance to learn about more than clinical side of medicine
  • Offer opportunity to represent peers, ensure they receive a fair deal
  • Former RLOs have used role to springboard into other areas of medicine
  • Time pressures can prove difficult to manage - but not impossible

 THEY sit on the boards of organisations such as the RACGP, General Practice Education & Training (GPET) and General Practice Registrars Australia (GPRA), but their impact stretches well beyond the world of acronyms and boardrooms.