Registrar Patient Survey

During the first six months of a general practice term, the GP Registrar is required to undertake a patient survey assessing the patient perceptions of the registrar, their consultation skills and the outcome of their visit to the registrar. This survey data will be collated and returned to the registrar along with a peer comparison.

This feedback gives registrars valuable information about their consultation skills, which general practitioner don’t often get, from an important group of people.  GP Registrars are encouraged to reflect on this data and discuss it with their GP Supervisor.

If there are issues or problems identified from the survey, Registrars may be required to repeat the survey in the second, six month general practice term.  In fact, Registrars may find this to be such a valuable source of feedback that they choose to undertake a second survey for their own benefit.


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