The Postgraduate Medical Education Council of Tasmania

The Postgraduate Medical Education Council of Tasmania is the organisation responsible for prevocational medical education in Tasmania. Prevocational doctors are those who have not yet commenced vocational training with a college (usually doctors in their first two to three years post qualification). We also have a role in the education and support of International Medical Graduates working in Tasmanian public hospitals.


The PMCT Accreditation Process for the Intern Training Program in Tasmania


The PMCT accreditation process obtains information about health service performance of the intern training program against explicit standards and criteria, to achieve: a high standard of general clinical education and training; and the best possible environment for the organisation, supervision, education and training of interns.

Please click on the links in the Accreditation menu on the left hand side of this home page to access the relevant supporting accreditation documents.

2014 AMC Intern Accreditation Assessment documents

PMCT Acreditation Newsletters


Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care



The next RHH BASIC course is scheduled for

Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th November 2015

The BASIC course is designed to prepare participants in the assessment and practical management of the seriously ill patient in the acute environment.  This is an International course developed in Hong Kong, and taught by local and Interstate Intensive Care Specialists. 

Topics covered include:

  • Principles of mechanical ventilation
  • Acute respiratory failure
  • Severe sepsis and septic shock
  • Severe trauma

Course Fee:

  • $400
  • Includes course textbook and CD ROM

To Enrol simply forward a completed enrolment form  to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The two day course consists of lectures, skill stations and tutorials. Prior to attending the BASIC course, participants are required to complete an online MCQ test. This pre course MCQ is an open-book test which is designed to encourage participants to thoroughly read the course textbook prior to attending the course. Course manuals are included in the cost of the course and are forwarded to participants after enrolment.

For further course information feel free to email Sandy McManus This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
or visit http://www.aic.cuhk.edu.hk/web8/BASIC.htm


Health & Wellbeing Guide

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