Australia’s first-ever national medical training survey (MTS) has revealed that most trainees rate their training very highly, but many are still unacceptably experiencing excessive hours, heavy workload, bullying, harassment, or discrimination.
The survey was conducted by the Medical Board of Australia... 10/02/2020 | Read full article
Nearly 10,000 doctors in training took part in the first Medical Training Survey (MTS), creating the first national, comprehensive picture of medical training in Australia.
Medical Board of Australia Chair, Dr Anne Tonkin, said the MTS results provide an... 10/02/2020 | Read full article
Close to 10,000 doctors in training took part in the first Medical Training Survey, which has now closed.
Thanks to every doctor in training who participated – 27 per cent of all doctors in training took the time to share their... 01/10/2019 | Read full article
This year's AHPRA renewal will come with a link to a survey. Yes, it's August and I think I'm somewhere in the high 100s of survey invites, and wistfully imagining winning the occasional iPad or gift card that's sometimes used... 06/09/2019 | Read full article
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 opens today and will run until 30 September 2019.
AMA President, Dr... 01/08/2019 | Read full article
A new national, profession-wide survey will soon give Australia’s 30,000 doctors in training the chance to have their say about the quality and experience of medical training in Australia.
The Medical Training Survey (MTS) is open from 1 August to 30... 25/07/2019 | Read full article
GP registrars are encouraged to complete the Medical Training Survey (MTS) which will run from 1 August to 30 September 2019. The MTS will be anonymous, confidential and accessible online. Survey results will be used to improve medical training in... 18/07/2019 | Read full article
From internship through to fellowship, every doctor in training can think of jobs they’d go back to in a heart beat and in equal numbers, roles they’d run a mile from. The quality of supervision, workplace culture and education opportunities... 05/07/2019 | Read full article