Research: GPSA 2022 National Supervisor Survey Report

This report summarises the perspectives of GPSA members about their wellbeing and self-care experiences over the past 12 months. According to the survey, GP supervisors who feel well-supported in their workplace, avoid working when unwell, and practise self-care have lower levels of burnout and are more likely to remain in GP training for the next 5 years.

Research: The financial costs of teaching and supervision in General Practice

This research is the most current and comprehensive project that has attempted to identify, describe, and quantify the actual costs, revenue and revenue foregone associated with supporting a GP registrar placement.

GP Clinical Learning Environment Resources

A suite of checklists, tools and templates have been developed by GPSA to guide you through the process of establishing and/or maintaining a quality GP Clinical learning Environment.