Health workforce resources
Medical Training Review Panel: fourteenth report
The fourteenth report of the Medical Training Review Panel (MTRP) provides information on university, prevocational and vocational medical training places, applicants, trainees, examinations, new college fellows and total college fellows. For the first time data from the Medical Schools Outcomes Database (MSOD) has been included, providing further demographic and prior study information on medical students.
The data for the report have been sourced from the Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc (MDANZ), state and territory health departments, medical colleges, General Practice Education and Training Limited (GPET), the Australian Medical Council, the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
Given the differing collection methodologies for different data, the year for which data are reported varies. The majority of the data presented in the report is for 2010, with most data reported at 30 June 2010. The exceptions to these are data on medical graduates, college examinations and college fellows, which are for the previous calendar year, 2009. Where possible, time series data have been included as an appendix to the report dating back to 1997, the first year in which the MTRP reported.
Further information on medical college training processes and requirements and data specifications are also appended.
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