GPEx, in association with the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency and with support from General Practice Registrars Australia, is undertaking a study to fill a current gap in the evidence regarding employment disparity for doctors choosing to enter and complete GP training.

We are seeking hospital and community-based GP registrars to complete an online survey to describe the income, benefits and entitlements of registrars in training, and how this differs across training settings and stages. This evidence can contribute to the ongoing consultation process to reform registrar employment arrangements, and will inform local quality improvement initiatives. Participants will receive an honorarium in recognition of their time.

If you are interested in participating, you can access the participant information sheet here and the survey here. Before completing the survey, GP-based registrars can view the Salary Summary Information Sheet here, that outlines requested information you may wish to confirm prior to beginning the survey.

This research has been approved by the University of Adelaide Human Research Ethics Committee (H-2021-134). For further information about the study, please contact Michelle Pitot.