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).
|Place of Publication
|Department of Health and Human Services
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|Published - May 2013