Corporate GPs more conscientious and just as satisfied with their work, researchers claim

However, corporates have a higher level of GP turnover than other practices, according to the study.
Sarah Simpkins
Professor Anthony Scott.

GPs working for corporates are more conscientious than their non-corporate peers and have similar job satisfaction but are less happy with their work–life balance, say researchers.

Led by health economist Professor Anthony Scott, their study was based on 2017 data from the national Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL) survey.