AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey 2013 : National Report
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The General Practice Education and Training Limited (GPET) Registrar Satisfaction Survey (RSS) is used for ensuring continuous improvement in the training of doctors in General Practice. Designed by the Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER) in conjunction with GPET and advisors from the Association of Chief Executives (ACE), the RSS gauges the level of registrar satisfaction with the quality of their training, with training providers, and with career progression. It was designed and implemented to help ensure that professional training programs delivered by Regional Training Providers (RTPs) meet the standards and requirements of both the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM). The RSS was designed to be well-formed technically, be operationally efficient, and provide valid and reliable information to GPET. In October 2012, General Practice Education and Training Limited (GPET) engaged ACER to work with them as well as key stakeholders to improve the RSS, including in its use for ensuring continuous improvement in the training of doctors in general practice.
Taylor, Rebecca and Coates, Hamish B., "AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey 2013 : National Report" (2013).
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