The Registrar Clinical Encounters in Training (ReCEnT) project aims to document and analyse the nature of general practice registrar consultation's clinical and educational content. Registrars record details of sixty consecutive consultations during your training time on three occasions. Educational factors related to the encounter will be recorded along with clinical consultation details.
The project documents the content and nature of Australian GP registrars’ clinical consultations over time. This information is valuable in supporting registrars' individual learning and informing education and the training program. The study also provides a platform for further research and audit activity, including by GP registrars.
We are working towards all regions participating in ReCEnT by 2025, with a staged rollout in 2024. You will be provided with more information if ReCEnT will be rolled out in your region in early 2024.
Regions participating in ReCEnT 2023.2
- NSW and ACT – All registrars
- Tasmania – All registrars
- Eastern Victoria – GPT3 registrars who have previously participated in ReCEnT
|Pre-round information email
|ReCEnT due date
|Supervisors & Practice Managers of participating registrars