The Australasian Junior Medical Officers’ Forum (AJMOF) is an annual event that brings together Australasian state and territory JMO forum representatives and other interested junior doctors to discuss current issues in junior doctor education and training. It is held in conjunction with the annual Prevocational Medical Education Forum. As well as being a major training and educational event for junior medical officers, AJMOF develops a statement of resolutions which address the needs and expectations of junior doctors in order to optimise training and improve patient care.
The 2015 AJMOF took place on 12th October 2015 in Darwin, Northern Territory, as part of the 20th National Prevocational Medical Education Forum. The development of the 2016 AJMOF resolutions occurred at the 2015 Forum and can be accessed on the CPMEC website.
For the most up to date AJMOF developments can be accessed via the CPMEC website
The 21st National Prevocational Medical Education forum is scheduled for 6th - 9th November 2016 in Hobart, Tasmania.