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e-DiT is a monthly publication of the National Doctors-in-Training Network. The AMA's National Doctors-in-Training (DiT) Network keeps members up to date on developments affecting doctors in training. The DiT network utilises internet technology to link doctors together on a national basis to facilitate the rapid exchange of views and information on issues of concern to DiTs throughout Australia.

What’s in Australian Medicine for DiTs?

05 Nov 2014
Whether it’s the AMA’s view on the government’s response to the Ebola crisis, public hospital performance on national time targets, the...

Tune in to MJA podcasts

05 Nov 2014
Have you checked out the MJA podcast series yet? Head to the MJA to hear Dr Ian Kamerman, president of the Rural Doctors Association of Australia, speak with...

The ultimate guide to medical services and fees

05 Nov 2014
If you are starting out in private practice or will have rights to private practice in 2015, then having access to the AMA List of Medical Services and Fees (...

Intern places: investment in future medical workforce being wasted

07 Oct 2014
The National Medical Intern Data Management Working Group has advised that up to 240 Australian graduates may not be offered a state or territory intern...

From the Chair

17 Jul 2014
Welcome to this month’s edition of e-DiT, your monthly update on the work of the AMA’s Council of Doctors-in-Training. Recent work has focused...

AMA position statement on entry requirements for vocational training

17 Jul 2014
The AMA has released a position statement that sets out the principles that should underpin entry requirements for vocational training.The rise in medical...

Axing health workforce agency must not come at expense of planning

17 Jul 2014
The decision to axe Health Workforce Australia and absorb its functions within the Health Department must not come at the expense of the considerable momentum...

Mentoring for junior doctors in Queensland

17 Jul 2014
The Australian Medical Association Queensland is supporting the Mentoring Doctors initiative that is encouraging hospitals to pair up young interns with senior...

Improving the health and wellbeing of medical students

17 Jul 2014
The AMA has recently committed to support a number of Australian Medical Students' Association (AMSA) initiatives to improve the health and wellbeing of...

MIGA Doctors in Training (DIT) Grants Program

17 Jul 2014
The theme for the 2014 MIGA Doctors in Training (DIT) Grants Program is "Supporting skills development amongst doctors in training”. Now in its...


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