Poster program*

*Subject to change

Monday 28 October – Lunch Poster Session, 1300-1400

Documentation of resuscitation plan with respect to clinical frailty score
Michelle Ashford, Liverpool Hospital
Interactive echocardiogram tutorials for Junior Medical Doctors: A proof-of-concept study
Greta Beale, St Vincent’s Hospital
Basic Surgical Programme: Where are we now?
Kirsten Biddle, Royal Perth Hospital
Barriers and enablers to identification of a struggling learner
Sheila Bryan, Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria
Utilising a web-based, interactive and real-time presentation software to improve medical officer survey response rates
Stephanie HadikusumoCentre for Medical Officer Recruitment and Education
A student-led surgical mentorship program
Stuart Jackson, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
PGY2+ Education Project
Charissa Joy, PMCV JMO Forum Victoria
AMA Gender Equity Summit: Translating ideas in action
Tessa Kennedy, Australian Medical Association
Who is the paediatric ePatient?
Clare Polley, Royal Children’s Hospital
How do the demographic factors of the prevocational doctors affect their career choice
Joshua Tesar, Princess Alexandra Hospital
Post graduate anatomy courses: A review
Joshua Tesar, Princess Alexandra Hospital

Tuesday 29 October – Lunch Poster Session, 1300-1400

Innovations in JMO education: A rural pilot program for optimisation and consolidation of formal JMO education
Emma Dawson, Wagga Wagga Base Hospital
Clinical leadership terms at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital: Medical media
Sally Fortheringham, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Revolution in medical examination experience and standards with simulation centre assessment technology
Elsbeth Nye, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
Development of a single education session for development of JMO teaching skills
Upuli Pahalawatta, University of Newcastle
Motivation for teaching and research
Upuli Pahalawatta, University of Newcastle
A novel approach to improving cultural competency in junior doctors: The ‘Awhi Ora Action Plan’
Kate Richardson and Naomi Heap, Waitemata District Health Board
Responsive PGY1 tutorials through co-design
George Shand, Waitemata District Health Board
Observerships: What purpose do they serve and is it working?
Carol Stevenson, Waikato District Health Board
What’s this, then? Developing a surgical instruments workshop to improve junior doctors’ confidence in assisting in theatre
Greg Sweetman, Fiona Stanley Hospital
Wound managment workshops: An effective way for junior doctors to learn?
Greg Sweetman, Fiona Stanley Hospital
The Blue Resident Program
Alexander Van Heyst, Wollongong Hospital
Improving junior doctor access to education sessions through online technology: Ongoing pilot project
Alexander Van Heyst, Wollongong Hospital