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The Bonded Medical Program Participant Information booklet is now available online.
Doctors in Training (DiTs) have a say in the work of the AMA through the AMA Council of Doctors in Training (AMACDT). As Chair, AMACDT, my role is to ensure that DiTs are recognised as crucial stakeholders in the Australian health system and that your AMA remains connected to DiTs. Your feedback is always welcome.
Dr Tessa Kennedy, AMACDT