Higher Education Research

Title

AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey 2014

Publication Date

10-2014

Subjects

Medical practitioners, Family practice (Medicine), Trainees, Satisfaction, Surveys, Career choice

Comments

This report and its contents were written and produced by the Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER) for General Practice Education & Training (GPET) Limited. GPET is a wholly owned company established by the Commonwealth Government. ACER acknowledges the ongoing support and commitment of the RSS Working Group who contributed significantly to the implementation of this project. GPET and ACER are very grateful to the RTPs and registrars who contributed to the 2014 RSS.

An archived copy of this report is available here

Abstract

The General Practice Education and Training Limited (GPET) Registrar Satisfaction Survey (RSS) is used for ensuring continuous improvement in the training of doctors in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program. The RSS gauges the level of registrar satisfaction with the quality of their training, with training providers, and with career progression.

Place of Publication

Canberra

Publisher

General Practice Education and Training (GPET)

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