Table 2

Foundational and disaster support recommendations for GP training organisations

Training logisticsClinical learningWell-being supportSharing clinical experiencesTeam incorporationDeveloping meaning in professional roleConnection to supports external to medicine
Adaptive disaster supportReview impact on individual workplaces.
Agility and adaptability in training circumstances.
Clear, prompt communication about training changes.
Disaster-specific guidelines for registrar practice.
Adapt methods of learning delivery.
Assessment adaptability and rationalisation.
Support and liaise with supervisors.
Regular verbal contact with registrars.
Protected well-being check-ins.
Simple access to high-quality well-being resources.
Increase registrar connection opportunities.Encourage registrar involvement in practice disaster responses.
Support registrars in maladaptive teams.
Adaptability and support for registrar participation in disaster response roles.Deliberate check-ins with isolated registrars.
Promote and enable registrar social integration and connection with personal social supports.
Foundational supportEfficient communication mechanisms.
Clear outline of training requirements and supports.
Registrar advocacy.
Promote educational alliance; collaborate with supervisors.
Accessible, effective workshops throughout training.
Examination preparation resources.
Compatible, continuing pastoral alliances between registrars and professional support members.
Equip registrars with well-being monitoring and management strategies.
Routine debriefing and collaborative opportunities.Promote team integration throughout training settings.Promote the skills and diversity of the GP role within the medical profession.Encourage strong personal connections.
Facilitate links to local connections for isolated registrars.
  • GP, general practice.