Applications for 2019 Intern placements open 01 May 2018 and close on 01 June 2018.
Please see the information below, relating to priority order and required documentation:
- ACT Intern Priority List 2019
- Intern recruitment National Intern Data Audit 2019
- Referee report template for Medical Officers
- Intern Selection Criteria/Duty Statement
This commences with a comprehensive two week Orientation Program followed by weekly two hour JMO teaching sessions.
All interns will be allocated terms to ensure they meet the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) criteria to achieve full unconditional registration - this would include a core medical term, a core surgical term and a core emergency term.
The Director of Prevocational Education and Training is available to address various aspects of your professional development - including career advice if requested.
During internship, we will equip you with the necessary clinical skills needed to function as a mature, competent and knowledgeable resident medical officer.
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Contact ACT Health's Medical Officer Support Unit by emailing: email@example.com or +61 2 6244 2779.