The NT Medical Training and Workforce Collaboration is a network of NT stakeholders involved in local medical training, employment and workforce. The collaboration was initiated in 2020 by the Flinders NT RTH with a view to promote the Northern Territory as the place to live, train and work as a general practitioner and promoting Rural Generalist GP Pathways.
A collaboration will enable us to work together to showcase the unique and dynamic opportunities on offer in the NT.
We aim to deliver a pipeline of information for medical students through to Fellows and beyond. With a vision to have an ongoing united and strong presence at relevant conferences and a longitudinal marketing strategy.
The NT Medical Training and Workforce Collaboration Committee will work supportively to achieve the aims and act as a decision-making body to collaboratively promote the NT as a place to live, train and work as a GP.
Primary stakeholders actively involved in the collaboration are FNT RTH, NT General Practice Education (NTGPE), NT Primary Health (NTPHN), NT Rural Generalist Pathway Coordination Unit and Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance NT (AMSANT). Other NT stakeholders invited will be kept informed of decisions and can contribute to the project.