GP interest in teaching junior doctors: does practice location, size and infrastructure matter?
BACKGROUND: With the influx of Australian medical graduates into the workforce, new clinical prevocational training rotations within general practice need to be developed. This study describes the relationship between general practitioner teachers' interest in hosting junior doctor rotations, and general practice characteristics including rural location, size and infrastructure. METHOD: All GP teachers of registrars and medical students in the Australian Capital Territory and southeast New...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian Family Physician 38.12 (2009): 1000-2|
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