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Table 2 Percentage changes in cost parameters from comparison model for each teaching model

From: Is different better? Models of teaching and their influence on the net financial outcome for general practice teaching posts

Description Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
  GP supervisor teaching two junior registrars GP supervisor teaching one junior registrar. Registrar teaching one junior medical student GP supervisor teaching one senior registrar and one senior medical student. Registrar teaching one intern
Cost parameters GP supervisor GP supervisor GP registrar GP supervisor GP registrar
  Two junior registrars (GPT1) Junior medical student
(4th year)
Junior registrar (GPT2) Junior medical student
(4th year)
Senior medical student
(6th year)
Intern
(PGY1)
Senior registrar (GPT3) Intern (PGY1)
Preparation time -25 -75 No change +100 No change -75 No change +100
Additional time to session -20 -80 +20 +100 No change -80 +30 +100
Staff Admin time -30 No change No change - No change No change No change -
GP Admin time No change -75 No change +100 No change -25 No change +25
Teacher upskilling time -50 -100 No change +100 No change -100 No change +100
Infrastructure-room rental foregone and house rental No change No change No change - No change No change No change -
  1. GPT1 = the first six month placement for a GP registrar in community general practice and was previously referred to as Basic Term. They are referred to as junior registrars. GPT2 = the second six month placement for a GP registrar in community general practice and was previously referred to as Advanced Term. They are referred to as junior registrars GPT3 = third six month placement for a GP registrar in community general practice and was previously referred to as the first part of a 12 month Subsequent Term. They are referred to as senior registrars. 6th year = a medical student in the last year of medical school at the University of Adelaide and deemed a senior medical student. 4th year = a medical student in their first clinical year at the University of Adelaide and deemed a junior medical student.