Research during general practitioner (GP) training has historically been underrepresented in the medical curriculum. Few GPs in Australia have postgraduate research qualifications and few engage actively in research. The development of an integrated and innovative curriculum at an Australian university provides a unique opportunity to embed research and critical analysis (RCA) at every stage of the programme.
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