Pathology Workforce Survey – 2007 – Australian – published September 2009

Posted on September 25, 2009. Filed under: Pathology, Workforce | Tags: |

Pathology Workforce Survey – 2007 – NPAAC Pathology Workforce Survey undertaken in 2007

“One of the core functions of the National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council (NPAAC) is to develop and maintain the standards used for the Australian pathology accreditation framework. A key standard within the NPAAC suite of documents is one that relates to the day-to-day supervisory provisions within pathology laboratories. For NPAAC to consider appropriate models of supervision, a profile of projected workforce numbers was essential.

In late 2007, NPAAC undertook a workforce census of Pathologists and Senior Scientists working in Accredited Pathology Laboratories (APLs) in Australia. Of the 514 APLs and peak professional bodies that were consulted, a response rate of 58.95% was achieved.

The following document contains the collected survey data as well as a time series model that predicts the workforce under different conditions over the next 25 years.”


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