Supervised Clinical Attachment

Supervised Clinical Attachment (SCA) is a period of attachment with a health professional (supervisor) who is an expert in a specific field of healthcare. SCA is designed to provide an individualised and hands-on learning experience, where the examples, scenarios and problems come in the form of real cases.

It is suitable for GPs who have identified a particular skill/knowledge they wish to upgrade or develop. The contact hours can be delivered face-to-face or in combination with other media, such as videoconferencing/ teleconferencing, case study discussions over the phone or email and at a time convenient to both the GP and the supervisor.

SCA options are available in the following areas:shutterstock_181677725

  • orthopaedics
  • obstetrics
  • renal 
  • women’s health
  • vascular
  • cardiology
  • endocrinology
  • general surgery
  • ENT
  • breast
  • neurosurgery
  • urology
  • melanoma.
The Mater has numerous specialists who are willing to support GPs learning needs.  
Contact the Mater’s Education Activity Representative, rosemary.jandura@svha.org.au or call 9900 7475 for details.