Your one-stop for careers resources

PMCT has collated helpful resources from each of our stakeholders to help guide JMOs' future.

The University of Tasmania's Rural and Regional Training Hub (part of the Southern Regional Training Hub) has collated a list of current accredited training options by location or specialty. 

The Department of Health has published a package of medical factsheets. It includes a general factsheet on Australia’s medical workforce and individual worksheets on 36 of the medical specialties.

The Australian Medical Association has a Careers Hub on their website (AMA membership log-in required). These pages in particular are helpful for JMOs:

  • Doctors in training and career advancement
  • Specialty Training Pathway Guide
  • Career Coaching
  • Preparing for rural and remote medical practice
  • Preparing for independent medical practice

General Practice Training Tasmania (GPTT) has suggested these helpful links

DoH has suggested these helpful links

 The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) has suggested these helpful link and information

  • ACRRM General Practice Training Program
  • The Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program offers fully government funded Fellowship training in the speciality of general practice.

    Choosing the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) for your career pathway provides you with unique opportunities including Advance Specialist Training (AST) in Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine, Mental Health, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Surgery, Adult Internal Medicine and more. To find out where rural can take you, visit ACRRM’s AGPT website today. 

The Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM) document Public Health Physicians: Protecting, Promoting and Improving Health for the Whole Community articulates the value of Public Health Physicians, credentialled as Fellows of the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (FAFPHMs), to the contemporary public health workforce and promotes their capacity to contribute to the broader health system. It is intended to inform health system decision makers and influencers in strategic and workforce planning by describing the skills, expertise and roles of Public Health Physicians. It highlights that Public Health Physicians ensure effective leadership, advocacy and better health outcomes by articulating that:

  • Public Health Physicians are medical specialists with a duty of care for populations rather than individuals.
  • Public Health Physicians are trained to solve complex health problems and make sound evidence-based decisions at a systems-level. They are trained to lead complex change management including health promotion and disease prevention, systems reform, strategic planning, and performance monitoring required to meet heath needs.
  • Public Health Physicians lead policy reforms and interventions to transform population health in ways that are evidence-based and cost-effective.
  • Protection of public health is a key role of government and Public Health Physicians work across government portfolios.

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