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Medical Training Network Project Fund

Application status: Closed

Open from: 21 May 2018 to 21 June 2018

Medical Training Network Project Fund 2018/19 Flyer

Through the Medical Training Network Project Fund the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) is seeking to support projects that enable the implementation of dedicated activities to achieve the identified priority areas for action by the following HETI supported Medical Training Network(s):

  • NSW Advanced General Medicine Training Network
  • NSW Emergency Medicine Training Network
  • NSW Medical Administration Training Network
  • NSW Paediatric Physician Training Network
  • NSW Physician Training Network (BPT)
  • NSW Prevocational Training Network
  • NSW Psychiatry Training Network
  • NSW Radiology Training Network
  • NSW Surgical Skills Training Network

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply an application must:

  • Ensure deliverables are implemented within functioning training site/s within a HETI supported Medical Training Network
  • Have the documented support of the Chair of the HETI supported Medical Training Network
  • Have the documented support of the Chief Executive (or delegate) of the lead organisation.

Assessment Criteria

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • Strength of alignment with the targeted network priority area for action
  • Strength of evidence identifying the issues and potential outcomes
  • Value for money
  • Sustainability
  • Ability to replicate elsewhere/across networks

Applications will be prioritised if they are on behalf of a new or evolving training network program (i.e. Advanced Generalist or Radiology)

2017/18 Supported Projects

Project Title

Project Principal

RiPE Program (Resident to Physician-Registrar Education Program)

Dr Paul Hamor

Improving Lumbar Puncture Success Through a Multidisciplinary Multi-Site
Simulation-Based Educational Initiative

Dr Hannah McGinness

Southern General Medicine Advanced Training Network - A Way Forward

Ashley Gaudiosi

Managing Fatigue in Junior Medical Officers - A Risk Management Approach

Dale Erwin

Documentation of JMO Trainees' Competencies Using Mobile App Based Technology

A/Prof David Storey

NSW Psychiatry Training Mentorship Program

Dr Charlotte Quinn-Watson