PMCV SURVEY OF INTERNS - Midcycle Review of Grampians Intern Training Program in 2019

THIS SURVEY IS CONFIDENTIAL and feedback is only reviewed by the PMCV Accreditation Committee (the data is not released to the health service).

The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) will be undertaking an accreditation review of GRAMPIANS INTERN TRAINING PROGRAM in 2019 and is seeking feedback from you on your experiences in rotations you have completed. We would appreciate any comments or suggestions for improvement in relation to your experience of the education and training program.

The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) is the lead organisation in Victoria that supports state and national initiatives in relation to junior doctor training. All facilities in Victoria which offer intern/PGY2 training programs and posts must be accredited by PMCV.

We value feedback from junior doctors and encourage you to complete this survey.

If you would also like to provide direct feedback, you can contact the Accreditation Manager, Ms Monique Le Sueur, by email: mlesueur@pmcv.com.au or on 03 9670 1066.

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* 8. If you have completed a core surgical rotation at Maryborough District Health Service, please comment on:-
- Exposure to acute surgery
- Access to pre-operative and post-operative management of surgical patients
- Rostered day per fortnight at St John of God Ballarat recently introduced

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* 9. If you have undertaken a general medicine rotation at St John of God Ballarat, please comment on:-
- Exposure to medical admissions
- Supervision & support
- Rostering

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* 10. Would you recommend this rotation to colleagues?

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General Practice (Ararat Medical Centre)
General Practice (Clarendon Medical Centre)
General Practice (Nightingale Clinic)
General Surgery - Perioperative Unit (East Grampians Health Service)
General Surgery - Perioperative Unit (Maryborough District Health Service)
Emergency (SJOG Ballarat)
General Medicine (SJOG Ballarat)

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