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3.22 Recruitment and retention of staff

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Data tables: 3.22 Recruitment and retention of staff
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List of tables in measure 3.22


  • Table D3.22.1: Registered medical practitioners, workforce status and role in main job, state and territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.2: Number of full-time equivalent GPs per 100,000 population, by density of Indigenous population in an area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.3: Number and proportion of full-time equivalent GPs by remoteness categories, 2012–13 (table no longer provided - please refer to HPF 2017 Archived data tables)

  • Table D3.22.4: Number and proportion of GPs in rural and remote areas, by length of stay in current practice and remoteness, 30 November 2016

  • Table D3.22.5: Registered physiotherapists: labour force status and field of physiotherapy by state/territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.6: Labour force status of registered podiatrists by state/territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.7: Labour force status of registered psychologists (excluding provisional registrants), by state/territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.8: Practice status of dental therapists and oral health therapists, by state/territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.9: Occupational therapist respondents: labour force status and role by state/territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.10: Nurses and midwives, workforce status, state and territory, 2017

  • Table D3.22.11: Number and proportion of health staff and administrative and support staff vacancies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health-care organisations, as at 30 June 2018

  • Table D3.22.12: Proportion of full-time equivalent vacant positions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health-care organisations, by position type, at 30 June, 2000 to 2018

  • Table D3.22.13: Employed medical practitioners, FTE per 100,000 population by remoteness area, 2012 to 2017

  • Table D3.22.14: Employed medical practitioners, FTE per 100,000 population by main area of practice, remoteness area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.15: Employed medical practitioners, FTE per 100,000 population by main field of medicine, 2005 to 2017

  • Table D3.22.16: Employed nurses and midwives: number, average total weekly hours worked and FTE rate, division, remoteness area of main job, 2017

  • Table D3.22.17: Full-time equivalent employed psychologists per 100,000 population, by density of Indigenous population in the area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.18: Full-time equivalent employed pharmacists per 100,000 population, by density of Indigenous population in an area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.19: Health professionals employed in their field, full-time equivalent per 100,000 population, by profession by remoteness area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.20: Employed nurses and midwives, full-time equivalent per 100,000 population by division, 2011 to 2017

  • Table D3.22.21: Proportion of GPs in rural and remote areas, by length of stay in current practice and remoteness, 2012–2016

  • Table D3.22.22: Number and proportion of GPs in rural and remote areas, by gender and remoteness, 30 November 2016

  • Table D3.22.23: Proportion of full-time equivalent vacant positions in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health-care organisations, by remoteness area and position type, at 30 June, 2009 to 2018

  • Table D3.22.24: Number and proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health-care services, by selected challenges, by state/territory, 2017–18

  • Table D3.22.25: Number and proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health-care services, by selected challenges, by remoteness area, 2017–18

  • Table D3.22.26: Full-time equivalent employed nurses and midwives, by density of Indigenous population in an area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.27: Full-time equivalent employed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers (ATSIHWs), by density of Indigenous population in an area, 2017

  • Table D3.22.28: Full-time equivalent GPs, by remoteness categories, 2017

Data sources

  • National Health Workforce Data Set
  • Online Services Report Data Collection
  • Rural Workforce Agencies National Minimum Data Set