NSW Prevocational Training Awards

Nominations for the following Awards are now open!

The Geoff Marel Award

In 1999 the Postgraduate Medical Council sought to recognise the significant work of the late Associate Professor Geoff Marel through an annual award. This prestigious award has been continued by HETI in memory of Associate Professor Geoff Marel. This award recognises the work of a DPET, Term Supervisor or Clinical Educator who has made substantial contributions to the education and support of prevocational trainees in their PGY1 and/or PGY2 years.

Nominations for the Geoff Marel Award can be made by prevocational trainees in their PGY1 or PGY2 year only.

The winner of The Geoff Marel Award will be the NSW nominee for the Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils (CPMEC) Australia & New Zealand ‘Clinical Educator of the Year’ award.

The Judy Muller Award

The Judy Muller Award recognises the work of a JMO Manager, Education Support Officer or an Administrative Officer who has made a substantial contribution to the education and support of prevocational trainees in their PGY1 or PGY2 years. This award is in recognition of the longstanding contribution for the education and support of prevocational trainees by the late Ms Judy Muller.

Nominations for the Judy Muller Award can be made by prevocational trainees in their PGY1 or PGY2 year only.

The JMO of the Year Award

This award recognises the work of a JMO who has made substantial contributions to the education and support of prevocational trainees.

Nominations for the JMO of the Year Award can be made by any prevocational stakeholder.

The winner of the JMO of the Year Award will be the NSW nominee for the Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils (CPMEC) Australia & New Zealand ‘Junior Doctor of the Year’ award.

2021 Award recipient

Article with more information about the 2021 Prevocational Awards can be viewed via link below:

https://www.heti.nsw.gov.au/heti-news-and-events/news/2021-prevocational-award-winners-announced

Geoff Marel Award

The 2021 Geoff Marel Award is presented to Dr Mark Fenton from Maitland Hospital. Dr Fenton is recognised for his commitment and passion for innovative education programs, concern for the welfare of  junior doctors and advocacy for the Junior Medical workforce.

Previous Winners:

YearName
2021Dr Mark Fenton
2020Dr Andrew Baker
2019Dr Eddy Fischer
2018Dr Scott Murray
2017Dr Sarah Michael
2016Dr Logan Carroll
2015Dr David Massasso
2014Dr Allan Kelly
2013Dr James Edwards
2012Ms Christine Van Wamel
2011A/Prof Michael Agrez
2010Dr Steve May
2009Dr Annette Britton
2008Dr Scott Fortey
2007Dr Ros Crampton
2006Dr Ted Wu
2005Dr Bruce Way
2004Dr Jim Croker
2003Dr Louis Christie
2002Dr Peter Landau
2001Dr Nicholas Ryan
2000Dr Rosemary Sheehy

Judy Muller Award

The 2021 Judy Muller Award is presented to Ms Sharon Kuipers, JMO Manager at Nepean Hospital. Nominated by over 100 JMOs, Ms Kuipers is recognised for her commitment to the wellbeing and education of JMOs at Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District.

Previous winners:

YearName
2021Ms Sharon Kuipers
2020Ms Maria Bayliss
2019Ms Stacey Turnbull
2018Mr Baha Mosa
2017 Ms Linda Bell
2016 Ms Jessica Moore
2015Ms Debbie Liversidge
2014Ms Brianna Gerrie
2013 Ms Jessica Moore
2012Ms Michelle McWhirter
2011Ms Judy Muller

JMO of the Year Award

The 2021 JMO of the Year Award is presented to Dr Tamblyn Devoy, Resident Medical Officer at Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital. The award recognises Dr Devoy’s strong advocacy for prevocational trainees through his involvement as the current Chair of the NSW JMO Forum and President of the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) Resident Medical Officers’ Association (RMOA).

Previous winners:

YearName
2021Dr Tamblyn Devoy
2020Dr Beryl Lin
2019Dr Tom Morrison
2018Dr Lana Nguyen
2017Dr Thomas M Melhuish
2016Dr Hannah Kempton
2015Dr Timothy West
2014Dr May Wong and Dr Shannon Townsend
2013Dr Nicholas Webb
2012 Dr Richard Sullivan
2011

Dr Lucy Cho