Perceptions of preparation for further training: How our medical schools prepare graduates and the perceived factors influencing access to training
Objective: To investigate the specific factors that graduates perceive to influence their success in obtaining primary training in a chosen field. Design, setting and participants: The New South Wales Medical Registration Board provided data on doctors who were registered to practise between 1995 and 2006. A brief, paper-based survey was sent to a random selection of 2000 doctors. Main outcome measures: Doctors' self-reported perceptions on the impact of demographic details, specialty training...[Show more]
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