Experiences of female general practice registrars: are rural attachments encouraging them to stay?

@article{Charles2005ExperiencesOF,
  title={Experiences of female general practice registrars: are rural attachments encouraging them to stay?},
  author={D Harrington Charles and Alison M. Ward and D. G. Palac{\'i} L{\'o}pez},
  journal={The Australian journal of rural health},
  year={2005},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          331-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To establish whether a six-month rural attachment influenced female GP registrars' future plans to work in a rural area. Secondary aims include establishing the adequacy of postgraduate training in preparing the registrars for the attachment, opinions regarding rural practice and suggestions to improve the attachment. DESIGN A six-page questionnaire was sent to eligible participants via state branches of General Practice Education Australia. SUBJECTS Female GP registrars who… CONTINUE READING

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