Medical Education SIG

Medical Education Special Interest Group

OBJECTIVE

The Medical Education SIG was formed in 1999 by ANZCA fellows who wanted to further the interest of many of our fellows in medical education.  As of 2014, the special interest group has 1028 members across the ANZCA region. The main activities of the special interest group include participation in the Combined Special Interest Group meeting each year, and also providing interesting speakers and content for a session at the ANZCA ASM and ASA NSC each year.

 

 

EVENTS

 

2017 Combined Communication, Education, Leadership and Management, and Welfare SIG Meeting
October 27-29, 2017, Novotel Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
Registrations are now open. Please click here to visit the meeting website.  
“Confident competence: Creating and maintaining our abilities”.
 

 

2016 Combined Communication, Education, Management and Welfare SIG Meeting
October 7-9, 2016, Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific, NSW. "Building Resilience - Reflections, Culture and Changing Minds".
Registrations are now open for the meeting.  Please click here to visit the meeting website

ACTIVITIES

LINKS

AMEE (Association for Medical Education in Europe)

BEME (Best Evidence in Medical Education)


Harvard Negotiation Project


Australian Curriculum Framework for junior doctor


The Trainee in Difficulty

 

OTSAN network

BEME (Best Evidence in Medical Education)


Harvard Negotiation Project


Australian Curriculum Framework for junior doctor


The Trainee in Difficulty

 

OTSAN network

MEMBERSHIP

If you’d like information on joining the Medical Education SIG, please download an application form or contact the SIG Coordinator via Email or Phone +61 3 9510 6299.

MERGER WITH THE SIMULATION SIG

In August 2013 the Simulation SIG and the Medical Education SIG merged to form a new SIG.

It was decided that the Simulation SIG was established at a time when simulation was a new type of educational methodology, largely promoted by anaesthetists, and it was felt that the formation of a special interest group to promulgate the methodology was important to building it up and achieving success. This is no longer the case - simulation is now a well accepted educational tool, which has become mainstream and multidisciplinary. It no longer needs to be specifically promoted and can be encompassed under the broader umbrella of ‘medical education’.

EXECUTIVE

The Executive of the Medical Education SIG meets regularly, usually via teleconference to discuss matters related to the group's area of interest.

  
Professor Jenny Weller (Chair)
New Zealand
Dr Neroli Chadderton
New Zealand
Dr Tomoko Hara
New Zealand
Dr Richard Morris
NSW
Dr Gerri Khong
NSW
Dr TW Lee Hong Kong
Dr Kerryn Bunbury      
NZ
Dr Bridget Langley
Vic
Dr Maryann Turner Qld
Dr Nav Sidhu (Co-opted Member)
New Zealand

 

 

 For further information: Events, phone +61 3 9510 6299 or visit the ANZCA website.