What can Findings of the ReCEnT Project Contribute to Supervisors’ Training of Their Registrars? FAQ

The Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training (ReCEnT) research project has been running running since 2009 conducted by GP Synergy in NSAW and the ACT. The research offers key insights into the experience of practicing registrars. For GP Supervisors, the research offers insights into registrars experience such as presentations related to registrars gender, commonly experienced presentations, patient continuity, antibiotic prescribing, and registrar interactions with GP Supervisors and their RTO.

What can Findings of the ReCEnT Project Contribute to Supervisors’ Training of Their Registrars? (534 downloads)

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The Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training (ReCEnT) research project has been running running since 2009 conducted by GP Synergy in NSAW and the ACT. The research offers key insights into the experience of practicing registrars. For GP Supervisors, the research offers insights into registrars experience such as presentations related to registrars gender, commonly experienced presentations, patient continuity, antibiotic prescribing, and registrar interactions with GP Supervisors and their RTO.

What can Findings of the ReCEnT Project Contribute to Supervisors’ Training of Their Registrars? (534 downloads)

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