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Key Points from Day 1

Dr Victoria Atkinson – The Ethos Program: Re-defining Normal
Dr Jenny Brookes – Helping junior doctors negotiate career hurdles – an evening seminar
Associate Professor Terry Brown – The Old and New of Medical Education
Dr Valerie Co - The graveyard shift: Issues & Support for Junior Doctors on Night Shifts 
Kate Carlile – Growing a Rural Workforce – The Echuca Experience
Jye Gard- After Hours Care Models – The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH
Dr Helen Goodall – Intime training and shoulder dystocia at King Edward Memorial Hospital
Associate Professor Dale Hanson – PIERCE: Can a rural placements train Anaesthetics, O&G and Paediatrics?
Dr Deborah Hough – Rural internships- Do they change the landscape?
Dr Kerry Jewell – Scenario-based professionalism discussions for junior doctors
Dr James Pearlman – The newfound relationship between your RMOA, laundry baskets and socializing
Dr Brodie Quinn – Mobile Learning – Supporting Junior Doctors on Ward Call
Dr Arjun Shivananda – Minority Report Project : ‘Why don’t doctors report clinical incidents?’
Thomas Simper – Well being –an MDO perspective
Dr Robyn Thomas – Interns: A target audience for communication skills teaching.
Dr Allison Turnock – Visible career pathays to rural practice
Dr Roger Worthington- Ethics and Professionalism in Clinical Education

Jessica Young – Developing Registrars As Clinical Supervisors:  Evaluation Of An Educational Intervention

 

Key Points from Day 2

Ronda Bain – Building Resilience: A prescription for a health workforce.
David Bartlett – Everything is Connected/Everything is Changing – How ubiquitous connectivity is changing education, the way we learn and the way we should teach.
Dr Elise Brigden – Effects of sleep deprivation and fatigue on learning in medicine
Alix Brown – Rural Preferential Recruitment for Medical Graduates in NSW
Dr Justin Bui – Promoting junior doctor leadership through service improvement and clinical redesign
Marilyn Bullen– Genga Professionalism: Making professionalism education real
Dr Chui Han Chong & Dr Paul Sander – Paeds in a Pod Mentorship Program
Dr Valerie Co – Optimising Continuity and Efficiency of JMO Forum Projects
Charlie Corke – Simulation, What Works Best?
Joan Crawford – Reflections on prevoctional medical training in New Zealand
Lynne Denby – “U&Me” Near to Peer Mentor Program

Dr James Edwards: 

  1. Developing a Foundation – Implementing the Intern Guide
  2. Onthewards: past, present and future
Dr Malcolm Forbes – An update on the roll out of doctors health services across Australia
Neel Gobin – Entrepreneurship & Innovation to address work-readiness for internship
Dr Shemanandhini Haima & Jasmine Pivac – Facility Education Reference Group: A quality improvement initiative for education

Dr Jonathan Kam:

  1. Portable video media for surgical education of students and interns
  2. Are interns work-ready for the peri-operative surgical ward?
  3. Resident Medical Officers can improve medical student preparation for internship

Jessica Kandalu:

  1. Intern readiness for managing agitated patients
  2. Intimidating personalities meet prevocational medical accreditation
Dr Hannah Kempton– Rural medical recruitment and retention: mentoring rural high school students
Dr Eric Wenlong Li – The Nepean Wiki, novel resource made by JMOs, for JMOs
Dr Rebecca Lindsay – The JMO Wellness Session
Dr Jane Lukins – “How are you travelling?” The role of one-on-one intern meetings.
Rosemary McKemmish – The Monash Doctors well being officer experience
Darryl McGill – What is the validity evidence for the interpretation and use of mini – CEX scores
Malcolm Moore – A tool to assess clinical handover quality and training needs
Brooke Myers - – Orientation to Nights Part 2: Shedding light on the dark
Adrienne Newman – Intern Yearbook Project – empowering interns through appreciation
Dr Miranda Norquay – The “U&Me” Near-to-Peer Mentor Program at Royal Melbourne Hospital 
Dr Alistair Park – Cloud Based Calendars to Improve Engagement with Hospital Education Sessions
Professor Sankar Sinha – Overcoming barriers of education and training of prevocational doctors.
Lorain Squire – CODA – Communicating with Open Dialogue & Articulation

Associate Professor Stephen Tobin:

  1. Operate with respect building respect improving patient safety
  2. JDocs – Preparing for the Registrar role 
Jenna Turkington – Using education research methods to examine and support junior doctor prescribing: innovation in methodological approach 
Dr Julian Willcocks – Goal setting, improving performance and developing coaching skills for mentoring.
Dr Christopher Wilson – A System in Flux: Has DiT Wellbeing been forgotten?

 

Key Points from Day 3

Dr Dani Bachmann – Improving Education: Topics, Times and Tantalising Teasers
Dr Jenny Brookes –Monitoring intern progress: keeping our finger on the pulse
Dr Melita Cirillo – Online portal facilitates junior doctors connecting with medical research
Dr Quan Findlay – A grass roots approach to gaps in transition to practice
Nicolle Hackett – Orthopaedic PHO Development Program
James Pearlman – ECGs on the run – A novel approach to increasing confidence in the interpretation of electrocardiograms by Junior Doctors
Associate Professor Dale Hanson – PIERCE: Time to get real with prevocational rural medical education
Dr Hannah Kempton – Evolution of medical student examination: the value of non-medical examiners
Dr Anita Kothapalli – Streamlining Phlebotomy Services: A Medical Service Improvement Project
Dr Saretta Lee – A Rural Mentoring Program  – Outcomes, Workforce Morale and Retention
Dr Ali Mohtashami – Being a Junior Medical Officer in regional Australia
Dr Alexandra McClughan – Education to drive the improved management of patients with infections
Brooke Myers – Prescribing and Medication Communication on the Post Take Ward Round.
Viet Tran – Soci@l Media: Do Two ‘Likes’ Make a #Right?