In light of the current number of COVID-19 cases in Victoria we have revised our plans for Semester 1.2022. It has been determined that, in order to safeguard the health and safety of our registrars and staff, EV will continue to deliver the AGPT and PEP education programs online for Semester 1.2022. The dates will remain as previously advised. We will monitor the situation for opportunities as appropriate. During Semester 1.2022 External Clinical Teaching Visits (AGPT) and Workplace Based Assessments (PEP) will also continue to be online. Scheduled accreditation visits will also be undertaken online. While this is disappointing for all concerned, EV is confident that the programs will be delivered to the highest quality possible as we continue the transition to College-led training. Should you have any questions about any aspect of our program delivery during Semester 1.2022, please contact our staff. Thank you to all our stakeholders for the work you are doing for your communities during this difficult period.
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The EV Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Lloyd Waters as a Director from 17 January 2022. The appointment fills the position and casual vacancy as Eligible Rural Supervisor Director following the resignation of Dr Fred Edwards late last year. An advertising and interview process was conducted in early December. Dr Waters has been in general practice in Sale for over 30 years and was recently a partner of Clocktower Medical Centre located in Sale. Lloyd is a long serving and active supervisor in the Gippsland region since 2002 and brings this valuable experience to the Board in our period of change. We welcome Lloyd to the EV Board.
Thank you to everyone in the EV community for your support and hard work this year. Continuing to deliver GP training in 2021 would not have been possible without your commitment. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from everyone at EV. Watch a special Christmas message from our CEO, Dr Mark Rowe.
The 2021 National Registrar Survey report has been released. EV has again received excellent feedback from registrars, with our satisfaction rating placing us among the top RTOs. EV’s results have been summarised in an infographic and media release. Read the media release and see the infographic.
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2021 EV Awards. Supervisor of the Year – Rural: Dr Chris Ford, Leongatha Healthcare Supervisor of the Year – Metropolitan: Dr Wendy Bernet, Andrew Place Clinic Registrar of the Year – Rural Pathway: Dr Raaghav Sudan Registrar of the Year – General Pathway: Dr Karen Freilich Training Practice of the year – Rural: Cunninghame Arm Medical Centre Training Practice of the Year – Metropolitan: Carnegie Medical Centre Outstanding Contribution to Aboriginal Health: Dr Sophie Lindstedt Read the Media Release here Details on our recipients can be found here