Medical Training Review Panel: fourteenth report

Appendix D: Extended Data Trend Tables - D1-D10

Page last updated: 11 March 2011

Table D1: Commencing medical students: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 2000–2010

20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010Increase
2000–2010 (%)
Domestic
1,361
1,471
1,470
1,511
1,699
1,871
2,071
2,560
2,934
2,955
2,940
116.0
Proportion female (%)
52.9
54.4
55.3
55.8
57.3
55.2
55.1
54.4
54.0
54.8
52.9
..
International(a)
299
309
367
378
421
460
426
436
499
487
529
76.9
Proportion female (%)
na
53.1
50.4
48.7
51.1
57.2
53.1
49.8
50.9
47.0
42.5
..
Total
1,660
1,780
1,837
1,889
2,120
2,331
2,497
2,996
3,433
3,442
3,469
109.0

(a)International students are those studying as private or sponsored students who are not Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens.

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

Table D2: Medical students in Australian universities, 2000–2010

20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010Increase
2000–2010 (%)
Domestic
6,617
6,803
6,962
7,108
7,484
8,026
8,768
9,796
11,028
12,097
12,946
95.6
Proportion female (%)
49.5
50.9
52.6
54.0
48.3
55.2
55.7
55.8
55.3
54.6
54.2
..
International(a)
1,129
1,192
1,386
1,573
1,749
1,909
2,081
2,153
2,309
2,424
2,451
117.1
Proportion female (%)
na
46.6
49.4
49.3
34.3
53.4
53.9
52.3
52.5
51.4
50.1
..
Total
7,746
7,995
8,348
8,681
9,233
9,935
10,849
11,949
13,337
14,521
15,397
98.8

(a)International students are those studying as private or sponsored students who are not Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens.

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

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Table D3: Medical students: Domestic and international by state/territory, 2005–2010

NSWVicQldSAWATasNTACTAustralia
2005Domestic
2,257
1,891
1,610
872
860
371
..
165
8,026
International(a)
495
801
117
335
60
90
..
11
1,909
2005 total
2,752
2,692
1,727
1,207
920
461
..
176
9,935
2006Domestic
2,308
2,147
1,876
895
938
364
..
240
8,768
International(a)
532
888
168
316
84
82
..
11
2,081
2006 total
2,840
3,035
2,044
1,211
1,022
446
..
251
10,849
2007Domestic
2,573
2,060
2,253
945
1,229
406
330
9,796
International(a)
562
863
213
307
102
90
..
16
2,153
2007 total
3,135
2,923
2,466
1,252
1,331
496
..
346
11,949
2008Domestic
3,004
2,326
2,540
1,059
1,351
422
..
326
11,028
International(a)
599
888
323
270
114
94
..
21
2,309
2008 total
3,603
3,214
2,863
1,329
1,465
516
..
347
13,337
2009Domestic
3,414
2,523
2,830
1,124
1,433
452
..
321
12,097
International(a)
661
822
419
247
145
106
..
24
2,424
2009 total
4,075
3,345
3,249
1,371
1,578
558
..
345
14,521
2010Domestic
3,870
2606
2,957
1,243
1,461
471
..
338
12,946
International(a)
700
724
530
219
157
104
..
17
2,451
2010 total
4,570
3,330
3,487
1,462
1,618
575
..
355
15,397

(a) International students are those studying as private or sponsored students who are not Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens.

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

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Table D4: Domestic medical school graduates from Australian universities, 1997–2009

University1997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009
Adelaide
96
93
103
98
90
84
81
94
85
92
85
98
83
ANU
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
71
90
72
Bond
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
55
Flinders
72
56
56
54
54
58
56
67
62
66
77
75
74
Griffith
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
70
116
James Cook
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
58
74
65
66
82
Melbourne
161
168
184
190
193
174
206
179
178
211
186
199
198
Monash
131
131
132
125
129
150
145
144
143
123
137
159
165
Newcastle
56
62
65
60
65
65
59
65
59
61
67
77
85
Notre Dame Fremantle
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
75
80
Queensland
219
211
224
191
220
220
215
225
218
215
284
238
279
Sydney
197
205
201
137
119
185
188
190
176
147
202
208
208
Tasmania
52
42
45
56
54
53
45
55
46
62
58
64
73
UNSW
156
134
145
157
158
165
159
163
188
166
186
177
163
UWA
104
117
101
127
121
110
112
105
107
118
126
142
182
Total
1,244
1,219
1,256
1,195
1,203
1,264
1,266
1,287
1,320
1,335
1,544
1,738
1,915

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

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Table D5: Medical graduates: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 1999–2009

19992000200120022003200420052006200720082009
Domestic
1,256
1,195
1,203
1,264
1,266
1,287
1,320
1,335
1,544
1,738
1,915
Proportion female (%)
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
56.2
57.2
54.1
International(a)
144
152
113
161
203
216
267
288
316
401
465
Proportion female (%)
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
52.5
54.6
51.6
Total
1,400
1,347
1,316
1,425
1,469
1,503
1,587
1,623
1,860
2,139
2,380
Annual Increase (%)
-3.8
-2.3
8.3
3.1
2.3
5.6
2.3
14.6
15.0
11.3

(a) International students are those studying as private or sponsored students who are not Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

Table D6: Medical graduates: Domestic and international by state/territory, 2004–2009

NSWVicQldSAWATasNTACTAustralia
2004Domestic
418
323
225
161
105
55
..
1,287
International(a)
69
80
4
53
2
8
..
..
216
2004 total
487
403
229
214
107
63
..
..
1,503
2005Domestic
423
321
276
147
107
46
..
..
1,320
International(a)
79
111
8
57
2
10
..
..
267
2005 total
502
432
284
204
109
56
..
..
1,587
2006Domestic
374
334
289
158
118
62
..
1,335
International(a)
81
126
10
62
7
12
..
..
298
2006 total
455
460
299
220
125
74
..
..
1,633
2007Domestic
455
323
349
162
126
58
..
71
1,544
International(a)
85
124
21
68
4
13
1
316
2007 total
540
447
370
230
130
71
..
72
1,860
2008Domestic
462
358
374
173
217
64
..
90
1,738
International(a)
112
140
51
70
10
14
4
401
2008 total
574
498
425
243
227
78
..
94
2,139
2009Domestic
456
363
532
157
262
73
..
72
1,915
International(a)
111
171
75
66
15
21
..
6
465
2009 total
567
534
607
223
277
94
..
78
2,380
2004–2009Total
3,125
2,774
2,214
1,334
975
436
..
244
11,102

(a) International students are those studying as private or sponsored students who are not Australian citizens, permanent residents or New Zealand citizens.

Source: Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc

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Table D7: Postgraduate year 1: Commencing trainees by state/territory, 2004–2010

2004200520062007200820092010
New South Wales/ Australian Capital Territory
554
566
628
(a)533
688
..
..
New South Wales
..
..
..
..
..
668
657
Australian Capital Territory
..
..
..
..
..
62
62
Victoria
371
397
406
447
454
506
557
Queensland
246
280
323
357
411
444
558
South Australia
155
171
183
213
227
(b)246
230
Western Australia
136
132
137
155
175
228
240
Tasmania
49
52
71
(c)56
51
62
58
Northern Territory
20
24
23
15
24
27
32
Australia
1,531
1,622
1,771
1,776
2,030
2,243
2,394

(a) January allocation only, whereas previous years also include mid year allocation.
(b) South Australia 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

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Table D8: Postgraduate year 2: Commencing doctors by state/territory, 2004–2010

2004200520062007200820092010
New South Wales/ Australian Capital Territory
394
416
414
449
..
..
..
New South Wales
..
..
..
..
na
640
686
Australian Capital Territory
..
..
..
..
36
40
62
Victoria(a)
436
412
432
477
467
540
543
Queensland
na
337
na
284
(b)441
(c)458
474
South Australia
124
134
172
220
161
(d)300
183
Western Australia
190
145
172
96
224
276
241
Tasmania
54
68
88
(e)28
49
107
79
Northern Territory
18
24
24
32
44
44
45
Australia
1,216
1,536
1,302
1,586
1,422
2,405
2,313

(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 recruitment 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

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Table D9: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by medical specialty, 1997–2010

Medical specialty
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Addiction medicine
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
11
Adult medicine
444
478
426
443
440
510
596
663
672
690
948
1,043
1,157
1,406
Anaesthesia
426
578
459
454
452
478
531
465
477
477
416
463
485
612
Anaesthesia – Pain medicine
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
36
49
45
53
51
Dermatology(a)
42
43
50
56
55
58
60
61
60
64
31
33
39
45
Emergency medicine
602
678
655
688
498
489
489
471
458
486
462
480
811
881
General practice
1,603
1,441
1,478
1,455
1,525
1,429
1,446
1,569
1,905
2,003
2,003
2,162
2,309
2,642
Intensive care
108
126
100
102
142
220
186
146
187
180
285
326
375
332
Medical administration
107
99
99
102
95
88
90
96
81
84
86
80
92
105
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
350
317
333
309
312
288
258
292
299
325
338
109
131
123
Occupational and Environmental medicine
24
na
49
46
46
44
49
62
72
74
59
61
55
87
Ophthalmology(b)
90
90
91
91
100
95
102
105
53
50
47
64
77
49
Paediatrics
179
143
135
141
147
180
233
258
234
284
286
395
453
583
Palliative medicine
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
58
Pathology
224
224
221
236
224
251
251
273
282
194
176
211
224
301
Pathology and RACP, jointly
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
107
95
124
137
131
Psychiatry(c)
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
87
178
177
278
322
350
Public health medicine
75
75
75
56
52
62
62
65
71
80
75
75
61
60
Radiodiagnosis
186
186
189
187
195
205
236
241
263
288
299
314
101
333
Radiation oncology
50
50
51
52
58
61
69
68
77
57
96
104
328
110
Rehabilitation medicine
68
46
61
67
77
92
97
118
118
125
131
121
138
143
Sexual health medicine
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
19
Surgery
478
498
541
546
590
604
660
652
663
732
774
791
901
1,000
Total
5,717
5,687
5,665
5,698
5,661
5,874
6,126
6,387
6,059
6,514
6,833
(d)7,318
8,249
9,432

(a) Dermatology was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2007.
(b) Ophthalmology was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2005.
(c) Psychiatry was able to identify and report advanced trainees separately from 2005.
(d) Figure includes 39 trainees undertaking dual training in adult medicine and paediatrics.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET

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Table D10: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by state/territory, 1997–2010

YearNSWVicQldSAWATasNTACTAustralia
1997
1,827
1,447
947
497
540
115
70
164
5,665
1998
1,825
1,407
939
534
534
108
73
166
5,561
1999
1,839
1,438
950
476
555
121
79
146
5,645
2000
1,826
1,487
947
498
581
112
77
138
5,680
2001
1,839
1,472
930
580
572
116
80
148
5,661
2002
1,971
1,524
968
502
556
109
86
140
5,874
2003
2,044
1,656
1,020
543
562
94
99
100
6,126
2004
2,185
1,786
1,051
531
565
103
81
76
6,378
2005
2,093
1,673
1,030
486
513
111
76
77
6,059
2006
2,188
1,770
1,144
524
529
116
102
98
6,514
2007
2,312
1,831
1,220
525
619
121
101
107
6,833
2008(a)
2,486
2,040
1,351
599
689
147
120
129
7,581
2009(b)
2,727
2,190
1,486
623
722
156
130
122
8,249
2010
3,033
2,448
1,780
740
700
170
176
252
9,277
Increase
1997–2010 (%)
66.0
69.2
88.0
48.9
29.6
47.8
151.4
53.7
63.8

(a) Australian total is higher because 20 positions were not broken into state/ territories.
(b) Australian total includes 100 overseas training positions.

Source: Medical colleges and GPET