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08 Aug 2019

The AMA is urging all doctors in training to share the positives and negatives of their medical training experiences by taking the new national Medical Training Survey (MTS), which is open now until the end of September. Data is information and information is power - the power to make changes where they are needed to make sure you get the best training experience possible.

The AMA and AMA Council of Doctors in Training have spent years pushing for the creation of a national medical training survey to measure the quality of the training experience across prevocational and vocational training - in hospitals, primary care, and everywhere doctors in training work.

The MTS has been tailored to specific groups including interns, prevocational doctors, service registrars, specialist GP trainees, specialist non-GP trainees and International Medical Graduates.

The survey can be accessed as part of the AHPRA renewal process. We urge you to make your voice count!

For more info: https://www.medicaltrainingsurvey.gov.au/


Published: 08 Aug 2019