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The PMCV will again offer a Research Incentive Grant in 2020 to assist developing researchers to undertake research in the field of prevocational medical education. The grant is aimed at fostering a research culture and supporting innovative research projects undertaken by relatively new researchers.

2020 projects

Submission closing date: 25 November 2019

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2018 Research Incentive Grant Reports

Peninsula Health Junior doctors experience with delerium related agitation in the general hospital setting

2017 Research Incentive Grant Reports

 Perceptions of intern work-readiness, and it’s impact on education and training in a rural setting (Echuca Regional Health)

 Choose your own adventure” learning for interns and junior medical staff: Efficacy of Open Access Novel Adaptive Clinical Learning Modules (Austin Health)

2016 Research Incentive Grant Reports

Competency and Confidence in Interpretation of the Chest Radiograph in Junior Doctors and Medical Students.

 Evaluation of an electronic portfolio: A technologically mediated approach to facilitating and enhancing procedural competency and reflective practice.

 Patterns of job satisfaction among Australian prevocational doctors

 Evaluation of junior doctors’ perceptions of social media as a tool for prevocational training and ongoing medical education

2015 Research Incentive Grant Reports

Development and Evaluation of Online Learning Resource targeted at Junior Medical Staff to facilitate safer after-hours care (Dr Gupta, Dr Menezes, Dr Wong)

Career choice and perceived destination for pre-vocational medical trainees (Ms Antoniades and Dr Grusauskas)      SURVEY INSTRUMENT

2014 Research Incentive Grant Reports

Junior Doctor Welfare and Support (Alfred Health / Monash University)

Telehealth consultations in a rural Emergency Department: Supporting best practice for junior doctors (Northeast Health Wangaratta / Melbourne University)

2013 Research Incentive Grant Reports

  A patient-centred approach to open disclosure training for junior clinical staff (Monash Health)

 Reducing complaints about communication in the Emergency Department: A communication skills training intervention for junior doctors (Goulburn Valley Health and University of Melbourne)