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AMA Associate Membership

AMA Victoria is now offering a membership opportunity for unregistered overseas trained doctors (OTD). The OTD Unregistered Associate membership is an opportunity for overseas trained doctors to remain connected to the profession, whilst also feeling supported throughout their journey to registration.

Further information and details

Doctors Speak Up: A communication and language resource for junior doctors and international medical graduates.

doctors speak up

Developed by Health Care Communication Research, University of Melbourne

Effective communication is a core clinical skill essential for patient safety, patient satisfaction and optimal health outcomes. Doctors Speak Up is an interactive learning resource to develop communication and language skills for International Medical Graduates (IMG) from non-English speaking backgrounds who can face communication challenges in clinical practice. Based on recent Australian research into doctor-patient communication, the site includes videos on a range of cases (alcohol history, sexual history, depression, chronic pain) with activities designed to develop awareness and skills in areas of communication, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

 

The CHEC resource: A resource for learning and teaching communication skills for emergency health care.

Developed by the University of Melbourne and University of Technology, Sydney

An interactive learning resource about communication in the Emergency Department developed for medical and nursing students.

chec website

Resources for International Medical Graduates (IMGs)

A collection of resources, support programs and interactive websites developed to assist IMGs working or seeking employment in the Victorian public hospital system.

Working in Victoria'a public hospitals: An orientation manual for international medical graduates

CV and Interview Preparation

Interactive web-based communication resources

AMA Associate Membership for unregistered IMGs

Resources to build Cultural Competence

Key prescribing Requirements in Victoria

 

Doctors Speak Up: A communication and language resource for junior doctors and international medical graduates.

doctors speak up

Developed by Health Care Communication Research, University of Melbourne

Effective communication is a core clinical skill essential for patient safety, patient satisfaction and optimal health outcomes. Doctors Speak Up is an interactive learning resource to develop communication and language skills for International Medical Graduates (IMG) from non-English speaking backgrounds who can face communication challenges in clinical practice. Based on recent Australian research into doctor-patient communication, the site includes videos on a range of cases (alcohol history, sexual history, depression, chronic pain) with activities designed to develop awareness and skills in areas of communication, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.

The CHEC resource: A resource for learning and teaching communication skills for emergency health care.

Developed by the University of Melbourne and University of Technology, Sydney

An interactive learning resource about communication in the Emergency Department developed for medical and nursing students.

chec website

Resources and guidelines for IMG supervisors in the Victorian public hospital system.

A collection of resources and guidelines to assist Victorian public hospital staff involved in IMG supervision and supporting roles, for example: Medical Clinical Educators (MCEs); Medical Education Officers (MEOs); Directors of Clinical Training (DCTs); and other clinical supervisors.

AMC Orientation Guidelines

AMC Supervision Guidelines

 

AHPRA/MBA Supervision requirements

The PMCV IMG subcommittee completed work in May 2017 on the development of a generic template for supervision structures for health services to use to meet the AHPRA IMG supervision requirements
This resource has been developed to assist health services, any questions related to its use, please contact Kylie Nicholls: knicholls@pmcv.com.a

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