Indigenous health workforce resources

A list of our resources – including apps, reports and publications – related to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce.

Resources

FNHFTAG communique – 13 June 2024

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group met on 13 June 2024. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 9 May 2024

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group met on 9 May 2024. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 4 April 2024

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group met on 4 April 2024. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNGPTC communique – 29 February 2024

This communique summarises the discussions and decisions by the First Nations General Practice Training Committee (FNGPTC) at its 29 February 2024 meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 16 November 2023

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group met virtually on 16 November 2023. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 7 December 2023

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group met on 7 December 2023. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 19 October 2023

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group (FNHFTAG) met on 19 October 2023. This document provides a record of the meeting.

FNHFTAG communique – 29 September 2023

The First Nations Health Funding Transition Advisory Group (FNHFTAG) met on 29 September 2023. This document provides a record of the meeting.

National Medical Workforce Strategy 2021–2031

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.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Curriculum Framework

The framework is a set of resources for implementing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health curricula. It helps higher education providers develop curricula for their health programs. It also allows regulation authorities to assess the curricula.
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