AMA Victoria wishes to convey its profound disappointment in the sentence handed to two individuals who attacked paramedics in 2016.
This Saturday, AMA Victoria is holding a Summit to combat the serious issue that is confronting the medical profession: bullying, discrimination and harassment.
AMA Victoria offers a wide range of services that assist doctors facing personal or professional challenges.
AMA Victoria offers a range of services to support doctors and medical students to maintain good health and to maximise wellbeing.
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.
First Response is a free, confidential telephone support service for all Victorian doctors who may be facing workplace bullying, discrimination or harassment.
AMA Victoria jointly founded the Victorian Doctors Health Program (VDHP) with the Medical Registration Board of Victoria and continues to actively support its operations.
This program aims to provide companionship to retired elderly doctors, who may be isolated or living in residential aged care.
The aim of the AMA Victoria Doctor Support Service is to assist a doctor in distress by providing ongoing confidential practical support from a trained support person who is also a medical practitioner.