Alongside the delivery of the AGPT program, GPTT undertakes further work through a number of Education Research Grants (ERGs)
ERGs are an effective tool in building research capacity in medical education and training, and allow us to partner with academic institutions.
An exploratory qualitative study of the experience of GP supervisors and GP registrars in the management of older patients with chronic disease.
The SRM was developed from a survey for clinical psychology trainees in the UK to capture the supervisory perspective on the supervisory relationship. A group of experienced GP supervisors from GPTT reviewed and adapted the survey for use in general practice and the AGPT program. A different group of GP supervisors piloted the instrument and gave it the green light, and GPSA conducted a survey of GP supervisor members.
The SSMR was developed from a survey for clinical psychology trainees in the UK to capture the trainee perspective on the supervisory relationship. An expert advisory group of GP registrars from GPTT reviewed and adapted the survey for use in general practice and the AGPT program. A second group of GP registrars from GPTT piloted the instrument, and gave it the green light, and GPSA is conducting a survey of GP registrars from GPTT and GPEx.
This project aims to capture and understand the reasons why some people go into GP supervision and others don’t, as well as define the characteristics of each demographic.
Independent practice characteristics of early-career GPs in the two years post-Fellowship and associations with training experiences.
Project to commence in July 2018
GPTT engages with a number of valuable partnerships with external stakeholders. These include:
Aged Care Teaching & Opportunities for Registrars (ACTOR)
The Short Supervisory Relationship Questionnaire (SSRQ) – Registrars