"Waiting times to serve as the AT-doctors are still long and the lack of places is big."
"it takes on average to 10.2 months for newly qualified doctors to get an AT-site, according to a report from the Swedish junior doctors' association (Sylf)."
"Stockholm county council have along wait time of 18.5 months, followed by Uppsala county at 18 months. Thereafter, Jämtland Härjedalen and the county of Västmanland with just over 12 months."
"the Shortest wait is it in the counties of Jönköping, Västernorrland, sweden and Kalmar, which are all located on just over six months."
"Total there is 1 in 472 AT-places, which, according to Sylfs calculation does not correspond to the need."
"Stockholm county has the most sites, the 226, but in terms of population offers the county the least number of places. Gotland with its 16 AT-places the most places per capita."
"the Report shows that waiting times increased in 12 of the 21 county councils compared with 2017."
"Those who do not receive an AT-site serving during the wait as substitute doctors in training, an arrangement criticized by the Sylf."
"Allmäntjänstgöring (AT) is a requirement to get a doctor."