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Medical Deans produces a range of reports based on its projects and on matters of significance to medical education and medical students.

MedEd 2009 – Investing in our Medical Workforce – Final Report

The final MedEd recommendations were that governments and all stakeholders needed to recognise the pivotal importance of education, training and research to a future sustainable health system and health workforce. This final report will provide a comprehensive basis needed to sustain the high quality medical workforce of the future.


National Clinical Training Review

Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand (Medical Deans) has conducted a national review of clinical training in Australian medical schools on behalf of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA). This report is the first phase in the development of a national approach to understanding the impact of increased student numbers on clinical placements and how placements can be expanded.


National Clinical Training Review – Extension Report

The Report identified that the increase in the number of medical student places and the establishment of new medical schools has added a level of complexity in ensuring that the quality and quantity of placements available is adequate. This review has provided additional consideration as to the situation in four specialty areas – General Practice, Paediatrics, Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry.


Proceedings: MedED 2005 – Medical Education towards 2010

The conference was the first of its kind in Australia to focus attention on undergraduate medical education as an integral part of the education/training/practice continuum. These proceedings summarise the presentations and discussions from the conference, and provide the background rationale to the final recommendations.