A GP Registrar (sometimes referred to as a Trainee GP) is a qualified doctor who is training to become a GP through a period of working and training in a practice. They will usually have spent at least two years working in a hospital before you see them in a practice and are closely supervised by a senior GP or trainer. The training period to become a fully qualified GP from a GP Registrar is a three-year period. If you are considering a move to general practice, you might find some of the following links useful to you:
If you are already a GP Registrar and getting ready to qualify, you will be starting to think about about what you want to do next. There are a variety of options open to you, from becoming a Salaried GP, a Locum GP, an out of hours GP or other enhanced career options.
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