Developing a medical workforce for an Australian regional, island state.

@article{Hays2017DevelopingAM,
  title={Developing a medical workforce for an Australian regional, island state.},
  author={Richard B Hays and Allison Turnock and Emma Warnecke},
  journal={Rural and remote health},
  year={2017},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          4026
        }
}
The Tasmanian medical program, with undergraduate entry and a 5-year duration, is the main source of the medical workforce in Tasmania, providing about 36% of the whole workforce. There is a significant workforce maldistribution across the state, particularly in the north-western region, where medical services are reliant on international medical graduates and short-term locum appointments. It appears that relatively few Tasmanian medical graduates work outside of the two main cities. 

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