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The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 2 covers regional areas.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 7 covers very remote communities.
An information booklet for participants of the Medical Rural Bonded Scholarship Scheme or Bonded Medical Places Scheme considering opting in to the Bonded Medical Program.
Existing participants of the Medical Rural Bonded Scholarship Scheme and Bonded Medical Places Scheme who want to opt in to the Bonded Medical Program should complete this form and email it to us with their request to opt in.
The National Medical Workforce Strategy has been developed to guide long-term medical planning across Australia. It has identified achievable, practical steps to build a sustainable, highly trained medical workforce.
This document gives feedback for applicants of the PRIMM round 2 grant opportunity, which is overseen by the Office of the National Rural Health Commissioner.
This document provides general feedback on the grant opportunity for Primary care Rural Innovative Multidisciplinary Models (PRIMM).
This fact sheet outlines eligibility criteria and obligations for the HELP for Rural Doctors and Nurse Practitioners initiative. It also covers frequently asked questions and case studies relevant to the initiative.
Use our workforce locator map to check the geographical classification of any location in Australia. The map can tell you if a location is classified as city, rural or remote. It identifies areas that need more doctors.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 6 covers remote communities.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 5 covers small rural towns.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 4 covers medium rural towns.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 3 covers rural towns.
The Modified Monash (MM) fact sheet for category MM 1 covers metropolitan areas.
This communique outlines discussions about the maldistribution of specialist doctors in rural and remote Australia and possible avenues to work together to resolve the issues.
These guidelines outline how the Rural Procedural Grants Program works, who is eligible, and roles and responsibilities. The current COVID-19 addendum is also available.
This fact sheet provides information for Registered nurses working for the same aged care provider for 12 months will be eligible for a payment.