Get involved in RACPs’ work and make a valuable contribution to the RACP, your profession and the community.
Supervise a trainee
Supervisors play an important role in supporting a trainee during their Physician training, guiding their learning, helping to plan and facilitate learning opportunities and providing feedback on their progress.
Fellows and in some cases other clinicians can supervise a trainee during their Basic or Advanced Training.
Find out more about how to become a Supervisor.
Join a committee
RACP committees and working groups, along with the Board, govern the RACP. As a Fellow or trainee, you are eligible to participate in committees, and have voting rights at meetings.
View a list of committees for contact details and information on how to get involved.
Visit our Expressions of Interest page to see what opportunities are currently available.
Join a working group
Trainees and Fellows can be involved in the RACP by participating in time-limited working groups. We announce calls to join working groups in the President’s message.
Contribute to the RACPs’ Policy & Advocacy work
Trainees and Fellows can shape and promote the RACPs position on a range of social, environmental, biological and political issues that affect the health and wellbeing of patients and the broader community.
Get involved by joining the Policy & Advocacy Interest Group (PAIG)
View RACPs’ policy positions
Attend an RACP event
The RACP hosts and supports an extensive range of events, including lectures, workshops and conferences.
View upcoming events