Education Research Grant Program


The RACGP Awards and Grants Grants Education Research Grant Program

Improving general practice education through evidence-based research

The Education Research Grant (ERG) program aims to build Regional Training Organisation research capability in medical education and training with a specific focus on education improvement. The overarching objective is to develop evidence-based education initiatives that increase training capacity and improve educational outcomes. The program awards eight grants annually via a competitive process to Regional Training Organisations (RTOs), who partner with academic institutions to undertake and complete a research project.

Education Research Grant 2020 program

Applications for the 2020 ERG program will open on 1 July 2019 and close on 23 August 2019. The application guide for the 2020 ERG program is now available here.


Eastern Victoria GP Training

From trainee to GP: the role of feedback in promoting progression to independence.

GP Synergy

Independent practice characteristics of early-career GPs in the two years post-Fellowship, and associations with training experiences.

GP Synergy

A qualitative study of a peer mentorship program for GP registrars: exploring the experiences of registrar mentees and mentors and perceived impact on registrar training and subsequent job satisfaction.

General Practice Training Queensland

Medical Educators – Where do they come from? Exploring the barriers and enablers to becoming a medical educator.

General Practice Training Queensland

Registrar-initiated oversight, support and advice: help-seeking in general practice training.

Murray City Country Coast

Mapping the journey of the GP Registrar – Key learning experience in the first GP placement.

Murray City Country Coast

Supervision of High Risk Early Consultations (SHREC) in GP Training.

Education Research Grant - Special Grant Round

GPEx

The development of an evidence-based, practical and contextualized Work Based Assessment (WBA) framework for GP training and education.

Education Research Grants 2018-2019 Cohort Guide


GP Synergy

Improving guideline compliance for prescription of benzodiazepines and related drugs in general practice registrars: a pragmatic trial employing a non-equivalent control groups design and post-intervention qualitative evaluation.

GP Synergy

Design, delivery and evaluation of an educational intervention for GP registrars in reviewing older patients’ medication regimens and de-prescribing inappropriate medications.

EVGPT

Feedback exchanges, supervisory relationships and the educational alliance: implications for GP registrar and supervisor training and support.

GPEx

Measuring the educational alliance with supervisors from the registrar perspective.

GPTT

Supervising GP Registrars – who does and doesn’t participate and why?

Education Research Grants 2017-2018 Cohort Guide


GPTQ

Global Assessment Tools in (medical) Education (GATE).

GPTT

Adapting and validating a tool to measure the supervisory relationship of GP supervisors.

GPTT

A qualitative study of the experience of GP supervisors and GP registrars in the management of older patients with chronic disease.


Enquiries

GP Education Research Team

  gpedresearch@racgp.org.au


Related documents

Education Research Grants guidance document 2019 (PDF 445 KB)