PMCV accredits all PGY1/PGY2 training programs and posts in Victoria. As such, PMCV seeks to improve the educational and training opportunities available to support the welfare and career development of prevocational doctors. This is why PMCV encourages all prevocational doctors to provide suggestions, improvements and/or concerns to us at any time about any rotations that you have completed through our anonymous questionnaire. This will help us support you through our Accreditation activities with all Victorian health services.

This survey is confidential to PMCV, results are not released to health service, however themes from the collated Prevocational Doctor surveys will be used to assist the Accreditation process. Your comments and thoughts are vital to PMCV’s assessment of this health service.

Learn more about what you can tell us through WE SAY SO by visiting the JMO Victoria website, or by clicking the questionnaire link below.

Resources for Prevocational Doctors

PMCV strives to provide as much up-to-date information about the Accreditation process for PGY1 and PGY2 positions as possible. Below you will find some resources that cover a variety of topics.

ResourceLink
Additional information regarding the New Framework for Prevocational Doctors
PMCV Clinical Learning for JMO Guidelines
PMCV Clinical Supervision of Junior Doctors Guidelines
Letter to PMCV from Medical Board of Australia (MBA) regarding Revised PGY1 Registration Standard 
MBA Registration Standard for granting general registration on completion of PGY1 training
MBA Transitional Arrangements for PGY1 doctors

What we do

PMCV seeks to improve the educational and training opportunities available to support the welfare and career development of doctors, graduate nurses and midwives who have recently graduated or commenced work in the Victorian health system.