Lessons from Covid-19: Re-imaging rural general practice and training survey
June 04, 2021
Input sought from general practitioners, registrars, practice managers, receptionists and practice nurses about the impact of COVID-19 and what that might be for rural general practices. Go into a draw for 20 x $100 egift vouchers.
The survey is part of a project from a consortium comprising Queensland Rural Medical Education, Griffith University and University of Queensland that is mapping and investigating changes in rural general practice brought about by COVID-19. It seeks to identify the changes that occurred in general practice and which of them might become feature of work practices and training in the future.
Responses to this survey will be anonymous and treated confidentially. No one will know respondents’ identity or the general practice in which they work, and this information is not traceable to any individual or general practice. Moreover, the data in a survey like this is presented in an aggregated way so that individual responses will not be identifiable. So, please respond to the survey as fulsomely as possible. We thank you, in anticipation, for your contributions to this important research.