The impact of localised general practice training on Queensland’s rural and remote general practice workforce.

Abstract Background: The diverse rural medical education initiatives that have been developed in Australia to address the medical workforce maldistribution have been less successful in many smaller and remote communities. This study explored the factors that attract and retain GP registrars and supervisors and the impact that localised training (i.e.,rural and remote workplace-based training and […]

Building general practice training capacity in rural and remote Australia with underserved primary care services: A qualitative investigation.

Abstract Background: Australians living in rural and remote areas have access to considerably fewer doctors compared with populations in major cities. Despite plentiful, descriptive data about what attracts and retains doctors to rural practice, more evidence is needed which informs actions to address these issues, particularly in remote areas. This study aimed to explore the […]