A rural medical generalist pathway for Tasmania: Final report

Richard Hays, Christina Wolfe, Janie Dade Smith, John Togno, Linda H Crane

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Abstract

A Rural Medical Generalist (RMG) Pathway is a fully supported incentive based career pathwayfor junior doctors wishing to pursue a vocational career in rural generalist medicine(Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), 2012).In January 2013 the Tasmanian DHHS contracted a small team from Bond University’s Facultyof Health Sciences and Medicine to consult with key stakeholders and design a RMG Pathwayfor Tasmania which would address medical workforce issues in rural areas of the state andinform the development by Health Workforce Australia (HWA) of a national framework forrural medical generalist pathways. (This national project running concurrently is developing aregional integrated training model and is due for completion in June 2013).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherBond University
Commissioning bodyDepartment of Health and Human Services
Number of pages69
Publication statusPublished - May 2013

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    Hays, R., Wolfe, C., Smith, J. D., Togno, J., & Crane, L. H. (2013). A rural medical generalist pathway for Tasmania: Final report. Australia: Bond University.