Medical Training Review Panel: thirteenth report

Appendix D: Extended Data Trend Tables

Page last updated: April 2010

.. = not applicable
na = not available

Table D1: First year medical students: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 2000 - 2009

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Increase 2000-2009 (%)

Domestic1,3611,4711,4701,5111,6991,8712,0712,5602,9342,955117.1
Proportion females (%)52.954.555.355.857.355.255.154.454.054.8..
International299309367378421460426436.049948762.9
Proportion females (%)na53.150.448.751.157.253.149.850.947.0..
Total1,6601,7801,8371,8892,1202,3312,4972,9963,4333,442107.3

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D2: Medical students in Australian universities, 2000 - 2009

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Increase 2000-2009 (%)

Domestic6,6176,8036,9627,1087,4848,0268,7689,79611,02812,09782.8
Proportion females (%)49.550.952.654.048.355.255.755.855.354.6..
International1,1291,1921,3861,5731,7491,9092,0812,1532,3092,424114.7
Proportion females (5)na46.649.449.334.353.453.952.352.551.4..
Total7,7467,9958,3488,6819,2339,93510,84911,94913,33714,52187.5

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D3: Medical students: Domestic and international by state/territory, 2005-2009

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Total

2005

Domestic2,2571,8911,160872860371..1658,026
International4958011173356090..111,909
2005 Total2,7522,6921,7271,207920461..1769,935

2006

Domestic2,3082,1471,876895938364..2408,768
International5328881683168482..112,081
2006 Total2,8403,0352,0441,2111,022446..25110,849

2007

Domestic2,5732,0602,2539451,229406..3309,796
International56286321330710290..162,153
2007 Total3,1352,9232,4661,2521,331496..34611,949

2008

Domestic3,0042,3262,5401,0591,351422..32611,028
International59988832327011494..212,309
2008 Total3,6033,2142,8631,3291,465516..34713,337

2009

Domestic3,4142,5232,8301,1241,433452..32112,097
International661822419247145106..242,424
2009 Total4,0753,3453,2491,3711,578558..34514,521

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D4: Domestic medical school graduates by Australian university, 1997-2008

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University

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

ANU

....................7190

UNSW

156134145157158165159163188166186177

Newcastle

566265606565596559616777

Sydney

197205201137119185188190176147202208

Queensland

219211224191220220215225218215284238

James Cook

................58746566

Griffith

......................70

Flinders

725656545458566762667775

Adelaide

9693103989084819485928598

Tasmania

524245565453455546625864

Melbourne

161168184190193174206179178211186199

Monash

131131132125129150145144143123137159

UWA

104117101127121110112105107118126142

Notre Dame WA

......................75
Total1,2441,2191,2561,1951,2031,2641,2661,2871,3201,3351,5441,738

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D5: Medical graduates: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 1999 - 2008

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1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Domestic

1,2561,1951,2031,2641,2661,2871,3201,3351,5441,738

Proportion females (%)

56.257.2

International

144152113161203216267288316401

Proportion females (%)

52.554.6

Total

1,4001,3471,3161,4251,4691,5031,5871,6231,8602,139

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D6: Medical graduates: Domestic and international by state/territory, 2004-2008

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Total

2004

Domestic41832322516110555..1,287
International698045328....216

2004 Total

487

403

229

214

107

63

..

..

1,503

2005

Domestic42332127614710746....1,320
International79111857210....267

2005 Total

502

432

284

204

109

56

..

..

1,587

2006

Domestic37433428915811862..1,335
International811261062712....298

2006 Total

455

460

299

220

125

74

..

..

1,633

2007

Domestic45532334916212658..711,544
International851242168413..1316

2007 Total

540

447

370

230

130

71

..

72

1,860

2008

Domestic46235837417321764..901,738
International11214051701014..4401

2008 Total

574

498

425

243

227

78

..

94

2,139

2004-2008

Total

2,558

2,240

1,607

1,111

698

342

..

166

8,722

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand



Table D7: Commencing postgraduate year 1 trainees by state/territory, 2004-2009

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2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory

554566628(a)533688..

New South Wales

..........668

Australian Capital Territory

..........62

Victoria

371397406447454506

Queensland

246280323357411444

South Australia

155171183213227(b)246

Western Australia

136132137155175228

Tasmania

495271(c)565162

Northern Territory

202423152427

Total

1531

1,622

1,771

1,776

2,030

2,243

(a) January allocation only, whereas previous years also include mid year allocation.
(b) SA has 233 accredited positions, plus 17 interns carried over from 2008 and 8 of these share 4 full time positions.
(c) Actual allocation figures not available. Figures based on number of offers made.

Source: State and territory government health departments.



Table D8: Commencing postgraduate year 2 by state/territory, 2004-2009

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2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory

394416414449....

New South Wales

........na640

Australian Capital Territory

........3640

Victoria(a)

436412432477467487

Queensland

na337na284(b)441(c)458

South Australia

124134172220161(d)300

Western Australia

19014517296224276

Tasmania

546888(e)2849107

Northern Territory

182424324444

Total

1,216

1,536

1,302

1,586

1,422

2,352

(a) These numbers are an underestimate as not all PGY2 posts are included in the postgraduate medical council computer match.
(b) Figure based on number of offers made.
(c) Commencement data is based upon the total number of declined job offers registered in the eRecruitment system.
(d) Approximate number only. PMCSA is in its 1st year of managing TMO rectruitment and accurate numbers will be available for the next report.
(e) Actual allocation not available. Figures based on number of offers made.

Source: State and territory government health departments



Table D9: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by medical specialty, 1997-2009

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Medical specialty

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Adult medicine

4444784264434405105966636726909481,0431,157

Anaesthesia

426578459454452478531465477477416463485

Anaesthesia - Pain medicine

..................36494553

Dermatology(a)

42435056555860616064313339

Emergency medicine

602678655688498489489471458486462480811

General practice

1,6031,4411,4781,4551,5251,4291,4461,5691,9052,0032,0032,162(b)2,309

Intensive care

108126100102142220186146187180285326375

Medical administration

1079999102958890968184868092

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

350317333309312288258292299325338109131

Occupational and Environmental medicine

24na4946464449627274596155

Ophthalmology(c)

9090919110095102105535047(d)70(e)77

Paediatrics

179143135141147180233258234284286395453

Pathology

224224221236224251251273282194176211224

Pathology and RACP; jointly

..................10795124137

Psychiatry(f)

66161565266765372071172587178177278322

Public health medicine

75757556526262657180757561

Radiodiagnosis

186186189187195205236241263288299314101

Radiation oncology

5050515258616968775796104328

Rehabilitation medicine

68466167779297118118125131121138

Surgery

478498541546590604660652663732774(g)791901

Total

5,717

5,687

5,665

5,698

5,661

5,874

6,126

6,387

6,059

6,514

6,833

(h)7,324

8,249

(a) Dermatology was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2007.
(b) If registrars transfer between providers (states) part-way through the year they are counted against each state tally but only once in the total.
(c) Ophthalmology was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2005.
(d) Includes 6 trainees in overseas training positions.
(e) Includes 8 trainees in final year OS training posts.
(f) Psychiatry was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2005.
(g) Figure published in 12th Report for 2008 was revised in 2009. 257 Basic Surgical Trainees (BST) are no longer included.
(h) Figure includes 39 trainees undertaking dual training in adult medicine and paediatrics.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table D10: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by state/territory, 1997-2009

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Aust

1997

1,8271,447947497540115701645,665

1998

1,8251,407939534534108731665,561

1999

1,8391,438950476555121791465,645

2000

1,8261,487947498581112771385,680

2001

1,8391,472930580572116801485,661

2002

1,9711,524968502556109861405,874

2003

2,0441,6561,02054356294991006,126

2004

2,1851,7861,05153156510381766,378

2005

2,0931,6731,03048651311176776,059

2006

2,1881,7701,144524529116102986,514

2007

2,3121,8311,2205256191211011076,833

2008(a)

2,4862,0401,351599689147120129(b)7,581

2009(c)

2,7272,1901,4866237221561301228,249

Increase 1997-2009(%)

49.3

51.3

56.9

25.4

33.7

35.7

85.7

-25.6

45.6

(a) Australian total and state total differ because 20 positions were not broken into state/territories.
(b) The 2008 total includes 257 trainees enrolled in Basic Surgical Training. This number differs from Table D7 and D13 for this reason.
(c) Australian total and state total differ because 100 positions were in training overseas.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table D11: First-year advanced training positions/trainees likely to be available in the next year by medical specialty, 1997-2009

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Medical specialty

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Adult medicine148118192204166184228257274247nana384
Anaesthesia145165148141158134219153159159155145159
Anaesthesia - Pain medicine....................202419
Dermatology1386914151231717181816
Emergency medicine(a)1201211501509811591108122110102na305
General practice400400410450450450600624626648648648684
Intensive care....................nana156
Medical administration20202020202127272730191532
Obstetrics and Gynaecology55555050504747485669655665
Occupational and Environmental medicine12na10nanana8nanananana6
Ophthalmology21241818182628252226272720
Paediatrics594368685048639789119nana162
Pathology(b)50434948715444465887908566
Psychiatry1181221181171261271061151421313910299
Public health medicine242424nana161518121010148
Radiation Oncology..4na1112610141514251524
Radiodiagnosis4350624141343721951483247
Rehabilitation medicine13141920252729293030322038
Surgery128139139162184185188197240208421218299

(a) Due to retrospective data collection, the number of estimated first year advanced vocational trainees in 2009 is unavailable.
(b) The 2008 and 2009 numbers include trainees from joint pathology and RACP.



Table D12: First-year advanced vocational training positions/trainees likely to be available in the next year by state/territory, 1997-2009

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

1997

378321187108130241542

1998

403324242133133282146

1999

469384233120148311735

2000

478392250111129411741

2001

474397252124139311947

2002

485394247110142272345

2003

507416265157129342912

2004

511445259120144383917

2005

561448286119153373221

2006

669492351157176493329

2007

3642902359410224259

2008

471364271110135312215

2009

830717473201229643244

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table D13: Proportion of female advanced vocational trainees by medical specialty, 1997-2009

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Medical specialty

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Proportion females (%)

Adult medicine

34.239.536.739.243.942.047.840.341.243.243.043.140.2

Anaesthesia

39.755.055.636.835.037.044.337.436.536.539.737.150.7

Anaesthesia - Pain medicine

....................26.531.135.8

Dermatology

38.132.536.041.143.654.750.049.255.054.751.666.759.0

Emergency medicine

30.728.039.437.838.439.539.939.939.141.444.243.541.9

General practice

56.659.758.960.360.860.660.559.158.258.958.962.063.8

Intensive care

11.19.519.024.518.322.336.028.123.520.034.724.524.3

Medical administration

34.625.725.741.249.550.044.437.535.833.320.910.014.1

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

48.961.256.849.560.062.560.559.663.265.565.768.867.9

Occupational and Environmental medicine

25.0na16.319.623.934.124.524.225.023.023.716.425.5

Ophthalmology

20.018.219.823.125.031.434.341.939.648.031.934.331.2

Paediatrics

62.066.766.765.263.365.057.963.462.064.163.660.158.7

Pathology(a)

46.043.342.742.848.750.251.855.755.377.553.945.364.5

Psychiatry

44.645.845.946.048.447.649.452.355.247.852.526.353.1

Public health medicine

50.750.750.748.248.151.666.764.666.268.869.354.711.2

Radiodiagnosis

27.825.824.926.732.334.133.531.533.133.030.430.957.4

Radiation oncology

....51.048.156.960.155.158.854.570.244.852.934.8

Rehabilitation medicine

34.030.826.842.957.154.352.655.151.760.860.360.325.9

Surgery

17.213.312.612.813.412.114.417.116.018.018.323.323.1

Total (%)

40.6

42.1

43.9

43.1

44.8

45.1

46.4

45.9

45.5

46.3

46.6

46.7

48.1

Total number

2,322

2,393

2,488

2,456

2,538

2,650

2,845

2,930

2,758

3,015

3,181

3,421

3,967

(a) Data includes trainees undertaking pathology and RACP jointly.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table 14: Proportion of female advanced vocational trainees by state/territory, 1997-2009

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Year

NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Aust

Proportion females (%)

1997

41.839.540.037.739.138.357.144.441.0

1998

43.541.340.743.444.235.239.553.343.0

1999

44.843.341.644.745.145.150.645.244.1

2000

42.643.943.045.243.543.840.342.843.2

2001

45.546.342.045.241.148.346.345.944.8

2002

46.147.840.941.444.443.153.542.945.1

2003

48.046.143.645.347.256.453.539.046.4

2004

46.346.744.044.146.052.450.642.145.9

2005

45.346.244.241.446.151.355.740.345.6

2006

46.947.746.041.446.849.155.939.846.3

2007

47.547.545.243.646.043.860.430.846.6

2008

46.345.044.344.942.746.959.233.345.1

2009

50.149.446.247.245.248.760.042.648.1

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table 15: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees: Number, female trainees and part-time trainees, 1997-2009

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Training positions/trainees

Advanced training positions/trainees

Female advanced trainees

Female advanced trainees (%)

Part-time advanced (%)

%Part-time advanced(%)

1997

6,4225,6652,32241.02965.2

1998

6,8185,5612,39343.03376.1

1999

6,9105,6452,48844.13886.9

2000

7,2625,6802,45643.23686.5

2001

6,8355,6612,53844.83255.7

2002

7,2135,8742,65045.13576.1

2003

7,2736,1262,84546.45348.7

2004

8,1886,3872,93045.970411.0

2005

8,7106,0592,76545.693215.4

2006

9,3176,5143,01846.367610.4

2007(a)

11,2496,8333,18146.673910.8

2008(b)

11,6687,3243,42146.75567.6
200912,9588,2493,96748.1105212.8

Increase 1997-2009 (%)

48.8

36.1

43.5

5.4

12.9

-17.1

(a) Figure for the number of training positions/trainees has been revised from the 2007 report.
(b) Figure for the number of Advanced training positions/trainees has been revised from the 2008 report.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET



Table D16: New fellows by medical specialty, 2000-2008

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Medical specialty

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Increase 2000-2008

Increase 2000-2008 (%)

Adult medicine

15912917016819018124720930314490.6

Anaesthesia

95123165133128198135150234139146.3

Pain medicine

..........55711....

Dermatology

8142191213142311337.5

Emergency medicine

40613482805878699555137.5

General Practice

RACGP

365324670746661671628592819454124.4

ACRRM

..............2122....

Intensive care

11222015202923366251463.6

Medical administration

97610154131110111.1

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

5449465729284946661222.2

Occupational and Environmental medicine

31446666118266.7

Ophthalmology

252120302026163014-11-44.0

Paediatrics

404151555774734711474185.0

Pathology

4235374341484677682661.9

Public health medicine

111113684131513218.2

Rehabilitation medicine

131013121513192421861.5

Psychiatry

807082701098590721476783.8

Radiation oncology

1412109101991211-3-21.4

Radiodiagnosis

462636403739745454817.4

Surgery

1111031081171151551551761716054.1

Total

1,126

1,059

1,506

1,606

1,553

1,656

1,693

1,677

2,257

1,131

100.4

Source: Medical colleges



Table D17: New Fellows by state/territory, 2000-2008

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Aust

2000

361301197901082911291,126

2001

36025816894112271019(a)1,071

2002

499392254115155381525(a)1,506

2003

5183843241401674389(a)1,610

2004

47641426216117323410(a)1,553

2005

5014343101571793510141,640

2006

5304683081651633011181,693

2007

5384703271511353011151,677

2008

635543441213246491523(a)2,257

Increase 2000-2008 (%)

75.9

80.4

123.9

136.7

127.8

69.0

36.4

-20.7

100.4

(a) Australian total includes new fellows who completed their training overseas and so differs from total of states and territories.

Source: Medical colleges



Table D18: Proportion of female new fellows by medical specialty, 2000-2008

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Medical specialty

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Proportion females (%)

Adult medicine

42.134.141.842.338.436.836.838.341.6

Anaesthesia

18.932.530.927.828.943.043.031.335.0

Pain medicine

..........40.040.00.09.1

Dermatology

37.542.933.333.366.742.942.934.890.9

Emergency medicine

25.729.525.039.042.531.330.833.336.8

General practice

RACGP

59.256.847.947.746.846.846.850.044.8

ACRRM

..............14.331.8

Intensive care

18.218.210.020.020.08.78.713.925.8

Medical administraion

22.228.666.750.053.330.830.827.350.0

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

44.459.256.556.151.746.946.958.762.1

Occupational and Environmental medicine

0.00.016.725.00.033.333.316.745.5

Ophthalmology

24.019.020.013.350.031.331.350.035.7

Paediatrics

77.553.764.755.164.945.245.257.456.1

Pathology

45.242.945.937.245.065.265.253.251.5

Psychiatry

32.545.742.742.945.948.154.443.142.2

Public health medicine

63.645.530.866.762.585.784.680.069.2

Radiation oncology

35.741.750.066.750.055.655.650.036.4

Radiodiagnosis

19.638.522.225.037.833.833.824.125.9

Rehabilitiation medicine

15.460.061.575.040.063.263.262.552.4

Surgery

7.212.613.013.761.113.513.516.515.2

Total

40.3

41.8

41.1

41.3

44.0

40.7

41.2

40.7

41.0

Source: Medical colleges



Table D19: Proportion of female new fellows by state/territory, 2000-2008.

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NSW

Vic

Qld

SA

WA

Tas

NT

ACT

Aust

Proportion females (%)

2000

42.136.242.640.041.727.627.351.740.3

2001

37.740.342.943.649.144.440.052.641.8

2002

42.143.834.341.740.644.760.048.041.1

2003

44.042.240.133.642.539.562.522.041.3

2004

46.640.145.838.544.552.250.080.044.0

2005

42.539.436.841.441.357.130.050.040.7

2006

44.041.038.644.833.740.027.350.041.2

2007

40.541.340.141.740.043.345.526.740.7

2008

41.141.441.336.641.538.840.052.240.9

Source: Medical colleges