Prevocational Medicine Forum 2016

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  • 8 Hours
    of video

The main theme is ‘The Old and New of Medical Education’ and addresses the lessons we can learn from the past while acknowledging the challenges and opportunities of the future. The issues of Workforce (particularly rural workforce), Wellbeing, and New Ideas/Current Issues in Medical Education form the other main themes of the conference.

If you have an interest in educating junior doctors you may like to download the armchair medical App and you will get up to 30 DAYS FREE ACCESS to all 1,000 + other lectures on the armchairmedical.tv site. Then think about how you could use this resource with your junior doctors.

Download the App from the following links:

The Apple App can be downloaded from https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

Or search ARMCHAIR MEDICAL in the App Store.

Free 30 day trial is available to all new yearly registrations made via the App. Cancel within 30 days and pay nothing or continue to subscribe and get access to all 1,000+ existing lectures and all new content for the life of your membership.

We aim to record the very best Australian lectures we can find and make them available to doctors wherever they live. Our Mobile Apps allow you to download lectures to your phone or tablet and take anywhere, our website has been designed for ease of use and integrates with Chromecast and Apple TV to allow lectures to be streamed to your TV. Many of our members simply listen to the lectures while commuting. Imagine how many lectures your junior doctors could listen to in a year.

Try it out for yourself free of charge. Download either the Apple or Android App and start your free 1 month trial today. When you recommend this tool to your junior doctors, they'll also get a 1 month trial and then pay only $1 per day.

The Apple App https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to become member of our site, we recommend joining via a downloaded App as that will give you the opportunity to pay in your local currency unlike payments made via this website which are only in US dollars.

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Prevocational Medicine Forum 2016

The main theme is ‘The Old and New of Medical Education’ and addresses the lessons we can learn from the past while acknowledging the challenges and opportunities of the future. The issues of Workforce (particularly rural workforce), Wellbeing, and New Ideas/Current Issues in Medical Education form the other main themes of the conference.

If you have an interest in educating junior doctors you may like to download the armchair medical App and you will get up to 30 DAYS FREE ACCESS to all 1,000 + other lectures on the armchairmedical.tv site. Then think about how you could use this resource with your junior doctors.

Download the App from the following links:

The Apple App can be downloaded from https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

Or search ARMCHAIR MEDICAL in the App Store.

Free 30 day trial is available to all new yearly registrations made via the App. Cancel within 30 days and pay nothing or continue to subscribe and get access to all 1,000+ existing lectures and all new content for the life of your membership.

We aim to record the very best Australian lectures we can find and make them available to doctors wherever they live. Our Mobile Apps allow you to download lectures to your phone or tablet and take anywhere, our website has been designed for ease of use and integrates with Chromecast and Apple TV to allow lectures to be streamed to your TV. Many of our members simply listen to the lectures while commuting. Imagine how many lectures your junior doctors could listen to in a year.

Try it out for yourself free of charge. Download either the Apple or Android App and start your free 1 month trial today. When you recommend this tool to your junior doctors, they'll also get a 1 month trial and then pay only $1 per day.

The Apple App https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/armchair-medical/id1087154093

The Android App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.vhx.armchairmedical&hl=en

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to become member of our site, we recommend joining via a downloaded App as that will give you the opportunity to pay in your local currency unlike payments made via this website which are only in US dollars.

17 Videos

  • Opening Address Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania

    16m · Streamable only

  • The Old and New of Medical Education Associate Professor Terry Brown

    32m · Streamable only

  • Optimism or Pessimism Take your pick Dr Bob Brown

    1h 0m · Streamable only

  • Bullying and Harassment in Medicine, Where Are We Now Dr Victoria Atkinson St Vincent’s Health Australia

    46m · Streamable only

  • Orientation to Nights part 1 Just how dark is it Kendall Sharpe – Gold Coast University Hospital

    8m 23s · Streamable only

  • Intime training and shoulder dystocia at King Edward Memorial Hospital Dr Helen Goodall – King Edward Memorial Hospital

    7m 18s · Streamable only

  • Senario - based professionalism discussions for junior doctors Dr Kerry Jewell - Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria

    57m · Streamable only

  • Everything is Connected Everything is Changing - How ubiquitous connectivity is changing education, the way we learn and the way we should teach David Bartlett

    53m · Streamable only

  • Simulation, What Works Best Dr Charlie Corke

    37m · Streamable only

  • Goal setting, improving performance and developing coaching skills for mentoring Dr Julian Willcocks – Central Coast LHD

    44m · Streamable only

  • Reflections on Prevocational Medicine Training in New Zealand Joan Crawford, Strategic Programme Manager, Medical Council of New Zealand

    31m · Streamable only

  • The JMO Wellness Session Dr Rebecca Lindsay – Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital

    13m · Streamable only

  • Intimidating personalities meet Prevocational medical accreditation Jessica Kandulu – SA Met Unit, SA Health

    16m · Streamable only

  • Improving Education Topics, Times and Tantalising Teasers Dr Dani Bachmann – PMCWA

    22m · Streamable only

  • PIERCE Time to get real with Prevocational rural medical education Associate Professor Dale Hanson – Mackay Hospital & Health ServiceQld Rural Generalist Pathway

    12m · Streamable only

  • Soci@l Media Do Two ‘Likes’ Make a #Right Viet Tran

    33m · Streamable only

  • Current Issues in Prevocational Education in Australia CPMEC

    19m · Streamable only

You'll receive the following videos

  1. Opening Address Her Excellency Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania

    16m · Streamable only

  2. The Old and New of Medical Education Associate Professor Terry Brown

    32m · Streamable only

  3. Optimism or Pessimism Take your pick Dr Bob Brown

    1h 0m · Streamable only

  4. Bullying and Harassment in Medicine, Where Are We Now Dr Victoria Atkinson St Vincent’s Health Australia

    46m · Streamable only

  5. Orientation to Nights part 1 Just how dark is it Kendall Sharpe – Gold Coast University Hospital

    8m 23s · Streamable only

  6. Intime training and shoulder dystocia at King Edward Memorial Hospital Dr Helen Goodall – King Edward Memorial Hospital

    7m 18s · Streamable only

  7. Senario - based professionalism discussions for junior doctors Dr Kerry Jewell - Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria

    57m · Streamable only

  8. Everything is Connected Everything is Changing - How ubiquitous connectivity is changing education, the way we learn and the way we should teach David Bartlett

    53m · Streamable only

  9. Simulation, What Works Best Dr Charlie Corke

    37m · Streamable only

  10. Goal setting, improving performance and developing coaching skills for mentoring Dr Julian Willcocks – Central Coast LHD

    44m · Streamable only

  11. Reflections on Prevocational Medicine Training in New Zealand Joan Crawford, Strategic Programme Manager, Medical Council of New Zealand

    31m · Streamable only

  12. The JMO Wellness Session Dr Rebecca Lindsay – Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital

    13m · Streamable only

  13. Intimidating personalities meet Prevocational medical accreditation Jessica Kandulu – SA Met Unit, SA Health

    16m · Streamable only

  14. Improving Education Topics, Times and Tantalising Teasers Dr Dani Bachmann – PMCWA

    22m · Streamable only

  15. PIERCE Time to get real with Prevocational rural medical education Associate Professor Dale Hanson – Mackay Hospital & Health ServiceQld Rural Generalist Pathway

    12m · Streamable only

  16. Soci@l Media Do Two ‘Likes’ Make a #Right Viet Tran

    33m · Streamable only

  17. Current Issues in Prevocational Education in Australia CPMEC

    19m · Streamable only