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e-DiT

e-DiT is a monthly publication of the National Doctors-in-Training Network. The AMA's National Doctors-in-Training (DiT) Network keeps members up to date on developments affecting doctors in training. The DiT network utilises internet technology to link doctors together on a national basis to facilitate the rapid exchange of views and information on issues of concern to DiTs throughout Australia.

GP registrars positive about their training

11 Mar 2015
The 2014 AMA Specialist Trainee Survey shows that those GP registrars who participated in the survey have a significantly more positive view of their training...

Securing jobs for new fellows a priority for trainees

11 Mar 2015
The AMACDT hosted its annual trainee forum in Sydney on 21 February. The top three priorities for advocacy in 2015 as identified by trainee committee chairs...

Take action on unacceptable workplace behaviour

11 Mar 2015
Media reports in recent days have highlighted disturbing examples of unacceptable behaviour towards female colleagues. These reports follow comments by a...

Is the intern year fit for purpose? Have your say

11 Mar 2015
The Australian Health Ministers' Advisory Council is reviewing the medical internship. A discussion paper has been released to support the initial consultation...

Be extraordinary: making the most of your medical career

11 Mar 2015
AMA Queensland Council of Doctors in Training is proud to present the 2nd annual Junior Doctor Conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on...

Government dumps co-payment

11 Mar 2015
The AMA has welcomed the Government’s announcement last week that the $5 cut to the Medicare rebate was off the table. This is something that the AMA has been...

Need for action in mental health reform

11 Mar 2015
In the latest MJA podcast series Professor Kathy Griffiths from the National Institute of Mental Health Research at the Australian National University in...

From the Chair

10 Feb 2015
Welcome to the first edition of E-DiT for 2015! A big welcome to all of our new DiT members and welcome back to our returning members.  The work that...

You’re invited – the 2015 AMA Trainee Forum

10 Feb 2015
Don’t miss the 2015 AMA Trainee Forum to be held on Saturday 21 February 2015 in Sydney. Sessions include the role of trainees in delivering future health,...

AMA win for patients and general practice

10 Feb 2015
The AMA welcomed the decision in January by the new Health Minister, the Hon Sussan Ley MP, to abandon proposed changes to Level B MBS items and commit to...

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