Medical Training Review Panel: sixteenth report

List of Tables

Page last updated: 09 April 2013

Table Descriptions
Chapter 1: Introduction
Table 1.1 Medical colleges: Acronyms, names and specialties
Chapter 2: University Medical Education and Training
Table 2.1: Medical students in Australian universities, 2012
Table 2.2: Domestic medical students in Australian universities, 2012
Table 2.3: Medical students by type of student place and university, 2012
Table 2.4: Medical students by type of student place: Number and proportion of places, 2008–2012
Table 2.5: Commencing medical students source of scholarships, 2011
Table 2.6: Commencing medical students by sex and age, 2011
Table 2.7: Commencing medical students discipline of highest tertiary qualification completed, 2011
Table 2.8: Commencing medical students level of highest prior tertiary qualification by medical degree entry program, 2011
Table 2.9: International commencing medical students holding temporary or ‘other’ entry permits by place of birth, 2011
Table 2.10: Commencing medical students by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander status, 2007–2011
Table 2.11: Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander medical students studying in Australian universities, 2006–2012
Table 2.12: Commencing domestic students with a rural background by state/territory, 2012
Table 2.13: Commencing medical students: Domestic and international and proportion of females, 2008–2012
Table 2.14: Commencing medical student projections, 2013
Table 2.15: Medical students: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 2008–2012
Table 2.16: Domestic medical school graduates in Australian universities, by state/territory, 2007–2011
Table 2.17: International medical school graduates in Australian universities by state/territory, 2007–2011
Table 2.18: Medical graduates: Domestic, international and proportions of females, 2007–2011
Table 2.19: Domestic medical students expected to graduate from Australian universities: Projected numbers by state/territory, 2012–2017
Table 2.20: International medical students expected to graduate from Australian universities: Projected numbers by state/territory, 2012–2017
Table 2.21: Medical students expected to graduate from Australian universities: Projected number of domestic and international students, 2012–2017
Chapter 3: Prevocational Medical Training
Table 3.1: Commencing postgraduate year 1 trainees or supervised training positions: Total, females and proportion of females by doctor category and state/territory, 2012
Table 3.2: Commencing postgraduate year 1 trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 3.3: Commencing doctors in postgraduate year 2 training positions: Total, females and proportion of females by doctor category and state/territory, 2012
Table 3.4: Postgraduate year 2 commencements by state/territory, 2008–2012
Chapter 4: Vocational Medical Training in Australia
Table 4.1: Basic training: Positions/posts and facilities/programs by medical specialty, 2012
Table 4.2: Advanced training: Positions/posts and facilities/programs by medical specialty, 2012
Table 4.3: Vocational training positions/trainees by medical specialty, 2012
Table 4.4: Basic trainees and first-year basic trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.5: Female basic trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.6: Vocational training positions/trainees: Total, basic, female basic and first-year basic trainees, 2008–2012
Table 4.7: Basic training positions/trainees by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.8: Basic training positions/trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.9: First-year basic trainees by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.10: First-year basic trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.11: Proportion of female basic trainees by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.12: Proportion of female basic trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.13: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.14: Proportion of advanced vocational training positions/trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.15: First-year advanced vocational positions/trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.16: Female advanced vocational trainees by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.17: Advanced vocational trainees undertaking part-time training by medical specialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.18: Advanced vocational trainee discontinuations by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.19: Pathology advanced trainees: Total, proportion of total and females by subspecialty, 2012
Table 4.20: Pathology advanced trainees by subspecialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.21: Physician adult medicine advanced trainees: Total, proportion of total and females by subspecialty, 2012
Table 4.22: Physician adult medicine advanced trainees by subspecialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.23: Physician paediatric and child health advanced trainees: Total, proportion of total and females by subspecialty, 2012
Table 4.24: Physician paediatric and child health advanced trainees by subspecialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.25: Surgical advanced trainees: Total, proportion of total and females by subspecialty, 2012
Table 4.26: Surgical advanced trainees by subspecialty and state/territory, 2012
Table 4.27: Vocational training positions/trainees: Total, advanced, female advanced and part-time advanced trainees, 2008–2012
Table 4.28: Advanced training positions/trainees by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.29: Advanced training positions/trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.30: Proportion of female advanced vocational trainees by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.31: Proportion of female advanced trainees by state/territory, 2008–2012
Table 4.32: Advanced trainees undertaking part-time training by medical specialty, 2008–2012
Table 4.33: General practice trainees: Registrars, first-year registrars and female registrars by state/territory and training consortium, 2012
Table 4.34: General practice rural pathway trainees by state/territory, 2012
Table 4.35: Vocational trainees sitting a final or fellowship examination: Trainees sitting and proportion passing by medical specialty, 2011
Table 4.36: Vocational trainees undertaking additional examinations: Numbers and proportions passing by medical specialty, 2011
Table 4.37: Vocational trainees who passed final or fellowship examination by medical specialty, 2007–2011
Table 4.38: Proportion of vocational trainees sitting a final or fellowship examination who passed by medical specialty, 2007–2011
Table 4.39: New fellows: Total, females and overseas trained specialists by medical specialty, 2011
Table 4.40: New fellows by medical specialty and state/territory, 2011
Table 4.41: Female new fellows by medical specialty and state/territory, 2011
Table 4.42: New fellows by medical specialty, 2007–2011
Table 4.43: New fellows by state/territory, 2007–2011
Table 4.44: Proportion of female new fellows by medical specialty, 2007–2011
Table 4.45: Proportion of female new fellows by state/territory, 2007–2011
Table 4.46: Pathology subspecialties: New fellows, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.47: Physician adult medicine subspecialties: New fellows, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.48: Physician paediatric and child health subspecialties: New fellows, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.49: Surgery subspecialties: New fellows, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.50: Fellows: Total, number and proportion of females, and new fellows and proportion of all fellows by medical specialty, 2011
Table 4.51: Fellows by medical specialty and state/territory, 2011
Table 4.52: Female fellows by medical specialty and state/territory, 2011
Table 4.53: Pathology fellows: Total, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.54: Physician adult medicine fellows: Total, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.55: Physician paediatrics and child health fellows: Total, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Table 4.56: Surgical fellows: Total, females and proportion of females by subspecialty, 2011
Chapter 5: International Supply
Table 5.1: Major classes of visa granted to medical practitioners, 2007–2008 to 2011–2012
Table 5.2: Primary visa applications granted to medical practitioners by visa subclass: Top 10 citizenship countries, 2011–12
Table 5.3: Primary visa holders where the occupation is medical practitioner by visa subclass, 2010–11 and 2011–12
Table 5.4: International medical graduates: Applications assessment through Competent Authority Pathway, 2011
Table 5.5: International medical graduates: Applications assessed through Standard pathway, 2011
Table 5.6: Specialist assessment process by medical specialty, 2011
Table 5.7: Substantially comparable specialist applications by country of training and medical speciality, 2011
Table 5.8: Overseas trained doctors with Section 19AB exemptions, 2012
Table 5.9: Overseas trained doctors by state/territory, 2012
Chapter 6: Special Purpose Training Requirements Table 6.1: Providers on approved 3GA program placements, 2004–05 to 2011–12
Appendix B: Medical College Training Requirements
Table B 1: Summary of specialty training requirements and entry time, 2011
Table B 2: Summary of specialty part-time training requirements, 2011
Table B 3: Summary of specialty interrupted training requirements, 2011
Appendix D: Extended Data Trend Tables
Table D 1: Commencing medical students: Domestic, international and proportion of females, 2000–2012
Table D 2: Commencing medical students by university and state/territory, 2005–2012
Table D 3: Commencing domestic medical students by university and state/territory, 2005–2012
Table D 4: Commencing international medical students by university and state/territory, 2005–2012
Table D 5: Medical students in Australian universities, 2000–2012
Table D 6: Medical students: Domestic, international and total by state/territory, 2005–2012
Table D 7: Domestic medical school graduates from Australian universities, 1997–2011
Table D 8: Medical graduates: Domestic, international and proportions of domestic, international and females, 1999–2011
Table D 9: Medical graduates: Domestic, international and total by state/territory, 2004–2011
Table D 10: Postgraduate year 1: Commencing trainees by state/territory, 2004–2012
Table D 11: Postgraduate year 2: Commencing doctors by state/territory, 2004–2012
Table D 12: Basic training positions/trainees by medical speciality, 2000–2012
Table D 13: Basic training positions/trainees by state/territory, 2000–2012
Table D 14: Basic training first-year positions/trainees by medical speciality, 2000–2012
Table D 15: Basic training first-year positions/trainees by state/territory, 2000–2012
Table D 16: Basic trainees: Proportion of females by medical speciality, 2000–2012
Table D 17: Basic trainees: Proportion of females by state/territory, 2000 – 2012
Table D 18: Vocational training positions/trainees: Total, basic, female basic and first-year basic trainees, 2000–2012
Table D 19: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by medical speciality, 1997–2012
Table D 20: Advanced vocational training positions/trainees by state/territory, 1997–2012
Table D 21: Advanced training first-year positions/trainees by medical speciality, 1997–2012
Table D 22: Advanced vocational training first-year positions/trainees by state/territory, 1997–2012
Table D 23: Advanced vocational trainees: Proportion of females by medical speciality, 1997–2012
Table D 24: Advanced trainees: Proportion of females by state/territory, 1997–2012
Table D 25: Vocational training positions/trainees: Total, advanced, female advanced and part-time advanced trainees, 1997–2012
Table D 26: New fellow by medical speciality, 2000–2011
Table D 27: New fellows by state/territory, 2000–2011
Table D 28: New fellows: Proportion of females by medical speciality, 2000–2011
Table D 29: New fellows: Proportion of females by state/territory, 2000–2011