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The Professional Development programs have been developed for Junior Doctors, Registrars and Supervisors. PMCV understands that new skills are required at every stage of your career and the Professional Development programs will assist in developing these skills.
The Clinical Leadership in Practice (CLiP) Program has been developed as a revised modular format version of the Professional Development Program for Registrars.
Module 1: Self-awareness and emotional intelligence
Module 2: Transition to medical management and leadership
Module 3: Communication and conflict management
Module 4: Teams and teamwork
Module 5: Supervision and feedback
Target Audience: Doctors working in registrar positions or who will shortly be moving into a registrar position.
The Hitting the Ground Running (HTGR): IMG Orientation Program integrates all non-hospital/practice specific orientation content required for completion of the initial 3 month orientation report to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) / Medical Board of Australia (MBA).
Session 1: Australian Healthcare System and Workplace Communication and Culture
Session 2: Legislation and Professional Practice
Session 3: Cultural Awareness in relation to Indigenous Australians
Target Audience: This program is open to International Medical Graduates employed or about to commence employment within the Australian health system (Hospital-based and General Practice). This program is open to participants from all Australian states/territories.
The Strengthening Supervisory Skills (SSS) program has recently been introduced for consultants at all levels, working as supervisors.
Module 1: Being Self-aware
Module 2: Performance Improvement vs Bullying
Module 3: Understanding & Developing Emotional Intelligence
Target Audience: Consultants at all levels working as supervisors.
The Teaching on the Run program is a professional development package that includes six modules designed to enable participants to apply sound teaching and learning principles in their workplace environment.
Module 1: Clinical Teaching
Module 2: Skills Teaching
Module 3: Assessment Fundamentals
Module 4: Planning Learning
Module 5: Effective Group Teaching
Module 6: Supporting Learners
Target Audience: (Modules 1-3) This one-day program is open to Junior Medical Officers (PGY1-4) from all Australian states/territories.
Target Audience: (Modules 1-6) This two-day program is open to Senior Clinicians, Supervisors and Educators from all Australian states/territories.