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More than Money: A Negotiation Guide for GP Registrars

28
Jul

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New GPRA resource to assist registrars in negotiations

For many registrars, negotiating an employment contract can be a challenging process. There are many things to consider when making the transition from the hospital system, with its standardised terms and conditions, to the more flexible world of private general practice.

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While private GP clinics provide a community service, they are also businesses so there is scope to negotiate the terms and conditions of your employment contract based on the value you bring to the practice.

This GPRA guide is designed to help make contract negotiation easier for you throughout your training and post-fellowship. The scope of the guide concentrates on negotiation for GPT1 and GPT2 registrars, but many of the guidelines apply to registrars and GPs at any career stage.

Download your copy of More than Money: A Negotiation Guide for GP Registrars