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Resources and information for Supervisors, Medical Educators and Administrators working within the Victorian health system.
An educational support flowchart outlining: identification of a struggling doctor, supports for struggling doctors, policies and guidelines, exploration of concern and remediation. Learn more
A key concern of supervisors is how to give feedback to address poor performance, and to negotiate an action plan for improvement. The Feedback Tool-Kit has been prepared to address these concerns. While it contains basic information about feedback, it primarily focuses on ways to ensure feedback is effective, even when faced with difficult and often tricky situations. Learn more
The PHEEM (Postgraduate Hospital Educational Environment Measure) instrument is a forty statement item questionnaire to evaluate the clinical learning environment and has been used in a number of Victorian hospitals since 2006. Learn more
This multi-phase project commenced in 2012. The initial aim was to identify the range of professionalism skills required by prevocational doctors and whether current training and education in the area of professionalism, as outlined in the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors (ACF), will continue to address the requirements for attainment of professionalism skills. Learn more
Research Incentive Grants 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. Learn more
DiT Managers guide.pdf