Education and Workforce

Planning Committee

2020 Symposium

The Education and Workforce Planning Committee held its second annual workplace learning symposium: Supporting transitions for learners and practitioners in the Health Workforce, on Thursday February 27th. The workshop featured speakers from across the MACH network as well as Prof Lynn Monrouxe of the University of Sydney (full agenda + downloadable materials below).

Symposium Presentations (click on the PDF file to open/download)

Dr Rachael Coutts on "Supporting the Transition of International Medical Graduates into the Australian Health Service"

Dr Amy Gray on "Near Peer Mentoring: Facilitating transitions in postgraduate medical training at The Royal Children's Hospital"

Rob Lo Presti on "Optimising the learning and contribution of interdisciplinary students in hospital outpatient clinics"

Prof Steve Trumble on "Light touch with e-learning with heavy impact"


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