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.


3dr MABEL Research Forum - Friday 24 April 2015


 The Centre for Research Excellence in Medical Workforce Dynamics, funded by the NHMRC, is holding its 3rd MABEL Research Forum on Friday 24 April 2015 in Melbourne.  The Forum will be a discussion of medical workforce policy issues and research using the MABEL data from the Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life longitudinal survey of doctors in a form that is accessible to academics, policymakers and other stakeholders. There will also be a half-day MABEL Data User Workshop held the day before on Thursday 23 April 2015, suitable for existing users of the data who would like to know about the latest developments, and also for potential new users who would like to learn more about the data.


For further information and the registration details, please visit the MABEL Forum website: http://www.melbourneinstitute.com/miaesr/events/special%20events/Forum_MABEL_2015/forum_MABEL_2015_default.html



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

Watch this space for 2015 Royal Hobart Hospital BASIC Course dates.

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

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