Medical doctors and specialists resources

A list of our resources – including apps, audio and video resources and other publications – related to medical doctors and specialists.

Latest resources

MWRAC communique – 19 october 2022

This communique outlines discussions held during the Medical Workforce Reform Advisory Committee’s October 2022 meeting.

TCLTAC communique – 22 November 2022

This communique summarises the meeting of the Transition to College-Led Training Advisory Committee (TCLTAC) held on 22 November 2022.

Fact sheet – HELP for Rural Doctors and Nurse Practitioners

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.

Health Workforce Data

Our Health Workforce Data site gives you access to reports and summary tables about the health workforce in Australia.

TCLTAC communique – 11 October 2022

This communique summarises the meeting of the Transition to College-Led Training Advisory Committee (TCLTAC) held on 11 October 2022.

Joint transition communique - September 2022

This communique was released on 9 September 2022.

TCLTAC communique – 6 September 2022

This communique summarises the meeting of the Transition to College-Led Training Advisory Committee (TCLTAC) held on 6 September 2022.

MWRAC communique – 16 June 2022

This communique outlines discussions held during the Medical Workforce Reform Advisory Committee’s June 2022 meeting.

TCLTAC communique – 26 July 2022

This communique summarises the meeting of the Transition to College-Led Training Advisory Committee (TCLTAC) held on 26 July 2022.

Bonded Medical Program – program update webinar #2 – 27 July 2021

This presentation was delivered at the 27 July 2021 Bonded Medical Program –Update Webinar: July 2021. The presentation includes frequently asked questions and answers.
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