2022 PMCV Symposium -
Emerging Innovations

We hope that you come away from the Symposium with some new insights and inspirations from the emerging innovations that we’re going to be sharing with you.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors



The JMO Wellbeing stream is proudly supported by AMA Victoria

Recordings of the streams from the 2022 Symposium can be accessed below

IMG Education & Training Stream

JMO Wellbeing Stream

Prevocational Supervision Stream

Medical Education Stream


Please take a look at what we have in store for you.

10:00 AM

Symposium Open

JMO Wellbeing

10:05 AM

Keynote – Prof. Marie Bismark

Experiences of health workers in the COVID-19 pandemic: In their own words

10:30 AM

Invited Speaker - Sarah Rav

Journal of a Junior Doctor

10:55 AM

Morning Tea

11:15 - IMG Education and Training Workshop

12:45 PM


1:25 PM

Invited Speaker: A/Prof. Christina Johnson

Clearing the Mist: Defining the Characteristics of a Competent Intern

Medical Education

1:50 PM

Dr Jeremy Neeman

MedCLUES (Medical Clinical Learning & University Education via Streaming

2:15 PM

Afternoon Tea

Prevocational Supervision

2:35 PM

PMCV Prevocational Supervision Standards

2:55 PM

Invited Speaker: Dr Neil Cunningham

Training of Supervisors in the Prevocational Medical Space

3:20 PM

Invited Speaker: Dr Robert Dawson with Dr Lisa Hall

The LRH Supervisor Education & Training Program

3:45 PM

Health Service Abstract - Dr Brendan Morrissey

4:10 PM

PMCV Innovation Awards

4:20 PM

Symposium Close

4:30 PM

Drinks & Canapes

Keynote speaker

PMCV are excited to announce our keynote speaker for the 2022 PMCV Symposium - Professor Marie Bismark

Professor Bismark leads a team of interdisciplinary researchers working at the interface of healthcare, public policy, and patient rights at the University of Melbourne, as well as holding an array of qualifications in the areas of law, medicine, bioethics, psychiatry, and public health. She also holds fellowships with the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (Faculty of Public Health Medicine) and is an advanced trainee with the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.

Professor Bismark has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers and is the author of "Experiences of health workers in the COVID-19 pandemic: In their own words", the piece of work she will be speaking about at the PMCV Symposium.

Professor Marie Bismark

Board Member at The Royal Women's Hospital


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