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  • Thank you to all who participated in the 2020 MTS!

    Close to 22,000 doctors in training have shared feedback about their training in the 2020 Medical Training Survey (MTS). That’s a 57% response rate, more than double last year, which is fantastic!

    Look out for the results of the 2020... 19/10/2020 | Read full article

  • 2021 Medical Training Survey: Keeping track of training

    The Medical Training Survey (MTS) opens in August 2021 and gives trainees a voice about their experience of medical training.

    MTS data from past years is already being used across the health sector to drive improvements in medical training.

    Most MTS questions... 29/07/2021 | Read full article

  • The Medical Training Survey is a safe place to speak out

    GP trainees are calling on their peers to do the 2021 MTS and increase the evidence base that can strengthen training.

    “MTS data empowers stakeholders, by giving them a robust evidence base to keep improving training,” says Dr Hash Abdeen, current... 31/08/2021 | Read full article

  • Huge response to Medical Training Survey

    More than half Australia’s doctors in training did the 2021 Medical Training Survey (MTS) – that’s more than 21,000 voices sharing insights into medical training.

    Results will be published in February 2022, accessible in static reports and through an online data-dashboard... 08/11/2021 | Read full article

  • Medical training impact by COVID-19 in 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic adversely affected medical training in the states and territories worst hit by the pandemic and had a mixed impact in other states and territories, according to the 2021 Medical Training Survey (MTS).

    The 2021 MTS results are broadly... 07/02/2022 | Read full article

  • A huge response to the 2022 MTS

    A big thank you to all that participated!

    More than half Australia’s doctors in training did the 2022 Medical Training Survey (MTS) – that’s more than 23,000 voices sharing insights into medical training.

    Result will be published in February 2023, accessible in... 11/10/2022 | Read full article

  • Australian Medical Association Council of Doctors in Training

    Using the Medical Training Survey results to better understand specialist trainee experience

    The AMA Council of Doctors in Training (AMACDT) has released its second Specialist Trainee Experience Health Check (STHC) using the results of the 2021 Medical Training Survey (MTS) released in... 01/08/2022 | Read full article

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