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.
Find out more about supervisor roles and responsibilities.
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 Reference Group (PRG)
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