ASGP: The new kid on the block

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We interview the founder of the GP group promising to take GP lobbying to new heights.

The Australian Society of General Practice (ASGP) says it will pay for professional lobbying to make sure GP voices are being heard in Canberra.

The organisation is already calling for EOIs from anyone who wants to be on its inaugural board.

The board has nine positions available, including one position for a community member (non-GP) and one position for a non-VR GP.

This episode, ASGP founder and Melbourne GP Dr Chris Irwin, joins us to talk about the association and how it plans to differentiate itself from the RACGP and ACRRM.

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