Doctor in Training
This Saturday, AMA Victoria is holding a Summit to combat the serious issue that is confronting the medical profession: bullying, discrimination and harassment.
The aim of the AMA Victoria Doctors in Training (DiT) mentoring program is to provide a supportive and safe format for DiTs to consider and discuss career and professional development opportunities and challenges by engaging with a more experienced doctor who has skills in mentoring.
2017-2018 State Budget Submission. Our Recommendations: Provide funding to undertake medical workforce planning: Provide funding to ensure Victorian doctors can complete their necessary training requirements. In particular, increase the number of medical intern, residency and registrar training positions (including at rural/regional hospitals) . . .
This page explores AMA Victoria's recent doctor advocacy work.
AMA Victoria provides free advice, support and representation for Doctor in Training members.
A number of sections or medical special interest groups are affiliated with AMA Victoria. These provide members with the opportunity to participate in a range of activities relating to their specific medical practice interest.
AMA Victoria's comprehensive web-based Agreement package provides easy-to-understand entitlement summary guides and ready access to employment-related AMA Victoria materials and services. This package is for the exclusive use of AMA Victoria members.
To maximise the entitlement to paid leave release after the birth of a child, a DiT may request unpaid leave release from the end of the guaranteed ten paid weeks.