2009 AMA Junior Doctor Training, Education & Supervision Survey Report of Findings
The AMA has released the findings of its junior doctor training, education and supervision Survey, which contains important data about the training environment in our public hospitals for prevocational and vocational doctors.
The survey, an initiative of the AMA Council of Doctors in Training, documents the views of those at the coalface – junior doctors – on the training environment in public hospitals.
It shows that more resources are needed to ensure that the quality of medical training in our public hospitals is maintained and improved.
The system is already under strain as hospitals attempt to cope with a surge in medical graduate numbers and the pressures of the increasing demand for service delivery