Australian General Practice Training Program National Report on the 2017 National Registrar Survey
Medical practitioners, Family practice (Medicine), Trainees, Satisfaction, Surveys, Career choice
The Australian General Practice Training National Registrar Survey (AGPT NRS) is an annual, national survey of GP registrars currently training in the AGPT program that collects information about registrar satisfaction, experience and future career plans. This survey is part of the Department of Health’s (the Department) monitoring and quality improvement activities and the information can be used to assure the quality of training provision, enable continuous improvement and allow results to be benchmarked nationally. Previously known as the AGPT Registrar Satisfaction Survey (AGPT RSS), the AGPT NRS also collects information on registrars’ demographics and training contexts and other aspects of their training experience.
Taylor, R., Radloff, A., Edwards, D., & Clarke, L. (2018). Australian General Practice Training Program National Report on the 2017 National Registrar Survey. Australian Government Department of Health. https://research.acer.edu.au/higher_education/57
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Australian Government Department of Health