Measuring the educational alliance from the supervisor’s perspective (GP-SRMS)
This project is now complete and the tool is available on our website. Click here to access.
The project set out to adapt and validate a tool to measure the educational alliance from the GP Supervisor’s perspective.
The relationship between a registrar and his or her supervisor has been suggested as the platform for all other aspects of learning and the concept of the educational alliance is a central component of this relationship.
The result is the GP-Supervisory Relationship Measure for Supervisors (GP-SRMS) which is now validated for use in the AGPT program and the Australian general practice sector. It is understood that this is a world-first.
The project was conducted by General Practice Training Tasmania (GPTT) in partnership with General Practice Supervisors Australia (GPSA) and Monash University.
A complementary tool – the GP Supervisory Relationship Measure for Registrars has also now been adapted and validated (see below).
This project is now complete. Download the final communique here, summary findings can be downloaded here. The published findings can be found here.
Michael Bentley, GPTT Project Lead, firstname.lastname@example.org
This research project is supported by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners with funding from the Australian Government under the Australian General Practice Training Program.