Program*

*Subject to change

Sunday 27 October

Time
0800 Registration opens
0900-1300 AdvanceMed Workshop (click here for more information)
How To Develop and Sell Your Medical Career

1300-1500 JMO Forum DOT/DPET Meeting Medical Education Officers
1330-1500 1330-1400 – Combined meeting for DPET & MEO
Annual Meeting of the Australasian Junior Medical Officers Committee. This meeting will allow junior doctors to discuss the successes and challenges of each of the state based Junior Medical Officer Forums, will include a think tank on a national issue, and an update on progress towards our resolutions. All junior doctors are welcome to attend. What are the current new ideas in med education and how are they defined?
What does competency based education really mean?
Nicholas Glasgow

1400-1430
What is the actual work of an intern in 2019?
Small group discussions
1430-1500
AMC review – seeking feedback on proposals for change to internship
Sarah Vaughan, Australian Medical Council
1500-1530 Afternoon tea
1530-1700 1530-1700 1530-1630
Supervisor assessment. How do we make it meaningful? Is the current assessment form working?
Carolyn Petersons, DPET
Luke Streitberg, DPET
Kirsty White, Australian Medical Council
Having difficult but supportive conversations with JMOs.
Katrina Anderson
1630-1700
Other MEO business

Tracey Quade
1730-1900 Welcome Reception
Photo competition winners
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Monday 28 October – Technology

Time
0730 Registration opens
0830-0900 Forum opening – Welcome to Country
0900-1000 The Great Debate Junior doctors of the future will be replaced by robots.
Jennifer Robertson, AJMOC Chair
Hayden Cain, Royal Darwin Hospital
Naomi Heap, Waitemata DHB
Fiona Tito-Wheatland, CRMEC Consumer Rep
James Edwards, “onthewards”
Frank Bowden, Calvary Hospital, Bruce
1000-1100 Plenary 1
Technologies to change your world!
Bruce McCabe, Futurist
1100-1130 Morning tea & exhibition
1130-1300 Concurrent Sessions 1
1A – Workshop 1B – Workshop 1C – Research technology 1D – Short technology

1130-1300

AI and Ethics Workshop

Julie Gustavs and Theanne Walters, Australian Medical Council

1130-1300

Building the best with limited resources: Medical on-boarding that makes a difference. An interactive session based in positive psychology

Bridget Purcell, MedApps

1130-1145
Sleep Pods: Combating fatigue in JMOs by promoting strategic napping at work
Maryann Ferreux, Calvary Mater Newcastle
1130-1140
Starting a start-up while starting your medical career

Jennifer Robertson, The Canberra Hospital
1145-1200
The JMO experience of ieMR
Lachlan Young and Lauren Head, Townsville Hospital
1140-1150
Making new mates: Outcomes of the ED-MATES Project

Lauren Sharp, St John of God Hospital Midland
1150-1200
The HETI JMO Online Lecture Series: Using technology to democratise medical education for junior doctors in regional and rural settings

Jeffery Wang, Nepean Blue Mountains LHD
1200-1215
Patterns of facebook use among freshman medical students indicate potential for its incorporation in academic and recreational activity
Raeed Deen, Wollongong Hospital
1200-1210
Using webtools to coordinate medical education at a rural health service

Konrad Reardon, South East Regional Hospital
1215-1230
Sims without a simulation lab: A “Rapid Response” training program for junior doctors – does it work?
Natalie Duffy, NSW Health
1210-1220
EMR: Teaching and training friend or foe?

Bernadette Wilks, AMA Council of Doctors in Training
1220-1230
Development of a FOAM website dedicated to near-peer teaching and research

Nicholas Hewett and Upuli Pahalawatta, University of Newcastle
1230-1245
Influence, attitudes, awareness and acceptance of artificial intelligence in clinical practice among prevocational medical trainees
Michelle Ho and Vincent Aw, The Canberra Hospital
1230-1240
ImPACT Feedback Card: An innovation enabling doctors in training to solicit crowd sourced, constructive feedback

Stephen Lambert, Mackay Base Hospital
1245-1300
Four deaths too many: VTE prophylaxis in the eMeds environment
Ben Maudlin,Clinical Excellent Commission VTE Expert Advisory Group
1240-1250
Rational pathology testing in New South Wales public hospitals: The ‘Just in Case’ Project

Kate Wardell, Northern NSW Local Health District
1250-1300
AMA National Hospital Health Check
Tessa Kennedy, 
Australian Medical Association
1300-1400 Lunch & exhibition – POSTER SESSION
1400-1530 Concurrent Sessions 2
2A – Workshop 2B – Workshop 2C – Innovation 2D – Short technology

1400-1530

Please like and subscribe: A workshop on building a social network for medical educators

Konrad Reardon, South East Regional Hospital

1400-1500

Just tell the truth: Records, certificates and assessments

Nevin Agnew, Medical Indemnity Protection Society

1400-1405
Referral cheat sheet: A communication tool for busy interns
Charlotte Durand, Sunshine Coast University Hospital
1400-1410
Disrupted landscapes and accountability: Is the internship fit for purpose?
Sarah Vaughan, Australian Medical Council
1405-1410
The time for Point of Care Ultrasound is now
Allan Whitehead, Bass Coast Health and Chloe Cheng, Monash University
1410-1415
Implementation of a Virtual Accreditation Manager System
Sonya Thomas, South Australian Medical Education & Training Unit
1410-1420
Current student attitudes towards online learning: Do medical students have their heads in “the cloud”?
Dylan Barnett, Royal Adelaide Hospital and Christopher Harry, University of Adelaide
1415-1420
Paediatric Registrar Teaching Frequent Flyer Program
Kristen Lindsay, Perth Children’s Hospital
1420-1425
Are we all APPed out?
Bronwyn Williamson, Queensland Health
1420-1430
Keep calm and carry on suturing: How simulation benefits both performance and mental health
David Dunlop, South East Sydney Local Health District
1425-1430
Disrupting professionalism education: Enhancing patient care by facilitating student self-care
Ellen Miller, Waitemata District Health Board
1430-1435
Monitoring, compliance, dependency and junior doctors
Bronwyn Williamson, Queensland Health
1430-1440
RMO on-call: Clinical debriefing and learning opportunities from app-based paging systems
Carmen Chan, Capital & Coast District Health Board
1435-1440
Using integrative technological solutions to safely and ethically improving communications within the hospital
Erin Saricilar, Liverpool Hospital
1440-1445
Drowning in assessment submissions no more!
Janita Keating, Monash Health
1440-1450
Introducing accessible Virtual Reality to the medical mainstream
Clare Polley, Royal Children’s Hospital
1445-1450
‘Monday Shorts’
Luke Streitberg, The Canberra Hospital
1450-1455
Reflections on a single unit approach to recycling
Joshua Tesar, Princess Alexandra Hospital
1450-1500
Creating video skills resources for procedural skills teaching
Upuli Pahalawatta, University of Newcastle
1455-1500
Acknowledging junior doctor strengths in patient centred care
Emily Haesler, Canberra Region Medical Education Council
1500-1510
Service or education? An analysis of attitudes towards teaching on ward rounds in NSW public hospitals
Jayden Murphy and Jacob van Tienen, Health Education & Training Institute
1500-1505
Complimenting to disrupt negative workplace culture and improve junior doctor welfare
Ayesha Rahim and Lucy Mitchell, The Canberra Hospital
1500-1510
Evaluation and improvement of a clinical handbook mobile app for junior doctors at Auckland District Health Board
Cameron Wells, Auckland District Health Board
1505-1510
Can YouTube be the genie of e-learning for Australian junior doctors? A guide on how a doctor can start a YouTube channel
Najeebulah Soomro, Northeast Health Wangaratta
1510-1520
The FSFHG JMO Skills Day: Progressing from individual to full day workshops
Jonathan Oldham, Fiona Stanley Hospital
1510-1517
The effectiveness of a near-to-peer case-based teaching programme facilitated by prevocational doctors for medical students completing their final clinical years
Graeme Mattison and Kara Somerville, Sunshine Coast University Hospital
1510-1520
Development of immersive and enriched clinical anatomy learning experiences
Helena Franco, Mater Hospital
1520-1530
‘Houston, we have a problem’: Providing first response and supports to the unit
Janita Keating and Christina Johnson, Monash Health
1517-1527
Gender difference in DiT workplace experiences
Tessa Kennedy, Australian Medical Association
1520-1530
Social media for digital native docs
Charlotte Durand, Sunshine Coast University Hospital
1530-1600 Afternoon tea & exhibition
1600-1700 Plenary 2
Surgical education, training and technology. Welcome to the future!

Russell Gruen, ANU Medical College of Health and Medicine
1700-1715 RPA Choir: Singing for health
Isabel Hanson and Elizabeth Lecoanet, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1900-2200 JMO Forum Dinner
Parlour

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Tuesday 29 October – People/Place

Time
0800 Registration opens
0850-0900 Opening Day 2 and State Award Winners
0900-1000 Plenary 3
Education and training in challenging and remote environments
Tim Duncan, Doctored Films
1000-1100 Plenary 4
Junior doctor experiences of new innovative rural training environments
Nathan Vos, King Island Tasmania
Shevaun Ey and Jessica Weber, South East Regional Hospital and Bega Valley Medical Practice
Sanjay Joseph, Katherine District Hospital
Michael Tierney, Cowra Hospital and Family Practice

Chair: Hashim Abdeen, QLD
1100-1130 Morning tea & exhibition
1130-1300 Concurrent Sessions 3
3A – Workshop 3B – Workshop 3C – Rural 3D

1130-1300

What should replace mandatory terms in a disrupted health landscape?

Jo Burnand, Sarah Vaughan, Georga Cooke and Laura Raiti, Australian Medical Council

1130-1300

Experience a unique Doctors’ Peer Group Model – and FEEL the difference!

Rich Read and Nicola Frew, Royal Perth Hospital

1130-1140
Learning by teaching: A proposed Medical Educator Model (MEM) for supplementing junior doctor educations
Daniel Wilson, Ballarat Health Services
1130-1140
Not just a survey: Transforming perception of training and accreditation
Celeste Gilbert, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
1140-1150
Rebirthing rural generalism: Early findings, opportunities and points of difference of the new WA Rural Generalist (WARG) Program
Isabel Broderick and Colleen Bradford, Western Australian General Practice Education & Training
1140-1150
How to innovate your teaching with 3D printing
Simone Malan-Johnson, Caboolture Hospital
1150-1200
Keep playing until we get it right: Opportunities for medical education
Julie Parker, Hunter New England Local Health District
1150-1200
Why are doctors leaving clinical medicine? A study on the attrition of medical practitioners from the Australian healthcare system
Jemma Hogan, St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals
1200-1210
Role of the rural exposure in the junior doctors’ transition from delegate to decision maker
Joshua Tesar, Princess Alexandra Hospital
1200-1210
Creative careers in medicine: The movement
Amandeep Hansra, Creative Careers In Medicine
1210-1225
Why do some medical graduates lose their intention to practise rurally?
Malcolm Moore, Australian National University
1210-1220
After hours on the surgical ward: A crash course for when patients crash
David Dunlop, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
1225-1235
“Feeling like a real doctor!”: A longitudinal internship model in a rural town
Duncan MacKinnon, Canberra Regional Medical Education Council
1220-1230
Specialty training in Victoria: Creating a comprehensive and fully accessible resource for medical students and junior doctors, an update
Ru Dee Chung, Alfred Hospital
1235-1245
Establishing a new intern program in a rural setting
Tracey Paterson, Adelaide Rural Clinical School
1230-1240
What do surgical service registrars want?
Jennifer Wood, Postgraduate Medical Council of WA
1245-1300
Providing excellent training rurally is important but researching & documenting the outcome is vital!
Louise Baker, ANU Rural Clinical School
1240-1250
Prospect of prolonged training time and career uncertainty on resident medical officer and unaccredited registrars
Joshua Tesar, Princess Alexandra Hospital
1250-1257
Transition: Becoming a surgical service registrar
Jennifer Wood, Postgraduate Medical Council of WA
1257-1307
IMG Education Program: A community of practice framework for IMGs & clinical observers
Mandeep Singh Kalsi, Northern Health
1300-1400 Lunch & exhibition – POSTER SESSION
1400-1530 Concurrent Sessions 4
4A – Workshop 4B – Workshop 4C – People 4D 4E – Workshop

1400-1530

Thriving amid creative disruptions: Building skills in early career clinicians to lead and adapt to disruptive change

Ric Taylor, IntegrationQA

1400-1530

What does an intern capability framework look like in a busy clinical environment

Nicholas Glasgow, Brendan Crotty, Linda MacPherson, Hash Abdeen, Julie Gustavs and Sarah Vaughan, Australian Medical Council

1400-1415
Caring for myself and patients: The lived experience of doctors in training
Bosco Wu, Canberra Region Medical Education Council

1400-1410
Advanced Trainee lead Physician exam clinical course workshop: Improving training culture and support
Prianka Puri, The Canberra Hospital

1400-1530

How to be a Well Doctor

Jules Willcocks, Central Coast Local Health District

1415-1430
Implementing a fatigue risk management framework for JMOs, managers and clinical supervisors
Maryann Ferreux, Calvary Mater Newcastle
1410-1420
The Clinical leadership in Practice Program: Redesigning professional skills training for registrars
Marilyn Bullen, Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria
1420-1430
Prevocational doctors as teachers: Creating professional development opportunities for our prevocational doctors
Jessica Miller, Queensland Health
1430-1445
Ward call buddying for interns
Georga Cooke,
Princess Alexandra Hospital
1430-1440
Resident Medical Officers as teachers: The establishment and delivery of a near-peer approach to supporting medical students during clinical placement
Rebecca Olivo and Annaliese Stolz, Caboolture Hospital
1445-1500
A collaborative approach to developing and implementing the Australian Medical Training Survey
Brie Woods, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
1440-1450
The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital JMO Mentorship Program
Dani Chandrasoma, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1450-1500
Teaching Bites: A new approach to teaching for junior doctors
Tanya Mahajan, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1500-1510
Improving the workplace environment: International Medical Graduates and a peer-support program
Hannah Brownstein, The Northern Hospital
1500-1510
Developing the education skills of junior doctors
Katrina Anderson, Canberra Region Medical Education Council
1510-1520
The development of a structured education training program and observership for International Medical Graduate (IMG) doctors on the AHPRA standard pathway
Sarah Rickman and Therese Kissane, Austin Health
1510-1520
Clinical leadership terms at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Sally Fotheringham and Stuart Jackson, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

1520-1530
Intercultural communications in medicine matters
Natalie Hickman, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
1520-1530
Development, pilot and feasibility assessment of an innovative Medical Education Prevocational / Resident Medical Officer position
Vandit Bhasin, Caboolture Hospital
1530-1600 Afternoon tea & exhibition
1600-1700 Plenary 5
Creative disruption in intern training
Department of Health, Australian Medical Council, New Zealand Medical Council
1900-2300 Gala Dinner
National Arboretum

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Wednesday 30 October – Creative Disruption

Time
0800 Registration opens
0900-1100 Concurrent Sessions 5
5A – Workshop 5B – Workshop 5C – Education tools 5D
0900-1000

Remediation: Who needs it and what’s the deficit?
Anita Phillips, Barwon Health

0900-1000

Medical career counselling and planning for prevocational doctors: A train the trainer workshop

Ashe Coxon, Townsville Hospital

0900-0915
Development and validation of an instrument to measure senior medical officers’ perceptions of their roles as clinician teachers
Helen Clark, Waikato District Health Board
0900-0910
Supporting Resident Medical Officers in the aftermath of a terror attack
Karyn Dunn and Karen Dreaver, Canterbury District Health Board
0915-0930
What contributes to a positive learning environment? What the PHEEM subscales tell us about well-performing and less well-performing service departments
Helen Clark, Waikato District Health Board
0910-0920
Trust, technology and assessment of junior doctors
Erin Furness and Greg Sweetman, Fiona Stanley Hospital
0920-0930
Dogmatic approaches to junior medical officer well-being in rural practice
William Arnott, Wagga Wagga Base Hospital
0930-0945
Words matter: Identifying the narrative used by educators in assessment to assist in articulating judgement of performance
Nyoli Valentine, ModMed
0930-0940
Wellbeing out west: A story of success & widespread cultural change through doctors wellness initiatives
Lucy Kilshaw, Royal Perth Bentley Group
0945-0955
Using GP-led feedback on discharge summary quality to devise a targeted education session for junior doctors
Graeme Mattison, Sunshine Coast University Hospital
0940-0950
“What’s up, doc?”: Establishing a debriefing program for Doctors-in-Training at Fiona Stanley Hospital
Jonathan Oldham, Fiona Stanley Hospital
0955-1005
Disrupting clinical pharmacology education: Pharmacist-led teaching for first year clinical students
Avril Lee
and Ellen Miller, Waitemata District Health Board
0950-1000
To be healthy as a whole, mental wellness plays a role (Katie Kurtz): A wellbeing framework for staff
Rachael Coutts, Northern Health

1000-1100

The National Medical Workforce Strategy: What’s in it for prevocational doctors?

Susan Wearne, Department of Health

1000-1100

Creating an effective hospital culture: Collaboration between Education, Workforce, Junior and Senior Medical Officers

Upuli Pahalawatta, University of Newcastle and Stacey Turnbull, Health Education and Training Institute

1005-1015
More than medication police: Pharmacists drive novel learning around safer prescribing
Avril Lee 
and George Shand, Waitemata District Health Board
1000-1010
Remediation: Literature review themes and recommendations
Christina Johnson, Monash Health
1015-1025
Practice what you preach: A novel, pharmacy-driven assessment of prescribing practice and feedback delivery
Avril Lee 
and George Shand, Waitemata District Health Board
1010-1020
Evaluating wellbeing is more than just “feeling good”: A measurement tool
Janita Keating, Monash Health

1025-1035
Student and trainee-led research collaboratives: An ideal research opportunity for prevocational doctors
Cameron Wells, 
Auckland District Health Board
1020-1030
Disruption to improve wellbeing: Mentorship program for junior doctors at The Canberra Hospital
Lucy Mitchell and Ayesha Rahim, The Canberra Hospital
1035-1045
Supporting junior doctors in their research endeavour
Jennifer Nguyen,
 Monash Health and Dana Chemali, Peninsula Health
1030-1040
An audit of rostered and realistic working hours for juniors doctors in a statewide public health system
Yvonne Nguyen, St Vincent’s Hospital
1045-1055
Creating and implementing collaborative research protocols
Andrew Drane, 
Gosford Hospital
1210-1220
Interns tell us what makes a rotation good… and bad!
Rich Read, Royal Perth Hospital
1055-1100
Questions
1050-1100
Supporting the supporters: A career decision making program designed for prevocational doctors at the Townsville Hospital
Ashe Coxon and Alisha Thomson, Townsville Hospital
1100-1130 Morning tea & exhibition
1130-1230 Plenary 6
The good the bad and the ugly of moving to an EPA (Entrustable Professional Activity) based system
Claire Touchie, Medical Council of Canada
1230-1300 Lunch
1300-1600 Post conference workshop – Improving supervision and assessment.
Claire Touchie, Medical Council of Canada
*Note: this will be limited to 40pax and open to registered delegates only.

Program subject to change