Curious to find out what GPs really see all day? We asked a number of GPs to keep a record of the presentations they saw in just one day to find out.
Enjoying the diversity of medicine.
Despite some challenging moments, many rewarding moments.
GP registrar seeing a good range of medicine.
A full time schedule, with patient consultations 8am – 5pm and one home visit.
A full time role starting at 8.30am for results checking and patient consultations 9am – 5pm.
A rural procedural GP with Obstetrics specialisation, splitting time between practice and local hospital.
A full time workload, morning and afternoon sessions, with plenty of variation.
A new fellow and GP supervisor attending to patients and teaching sessions.
An experienced GP with a full time workload, as well as supervision of medical students.
Rural GP, GP supervisor and medical educator.