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Get up! Stand up! Step up! NAIDOC week is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples – their history, culture, and achievements. EV encourages all staff and registrars to get involved and learn about this amazing culture – after all, it is one of the oldest continuing living cultures in the world! Through ongoing participation in EV’s Reconciliation Action Plan, we aim to continue to raise awareness and encourage participation in one of the many local NAIDOC events – many of these events are free so be sure to sign up fast!
EV is committed to the continuous improvement in the training of doctors in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program. Each year, the Australian Government commissions an external research company to conduct a survey of GP registrars to gauge the level of satisfaction with their training, regional training organisations and career progression. The 2021 AGPT National Registrar Survey (NRS) Final Report is available to download from the Department of Health website and EV’s results can be found here. In 2022, the AGPT NRS will again be administered to all eligible AGPT registrars by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). The survey will be open on June 27 and run for four weeks and each registrar is sent this survey to their personal email. Registrars, EV encourages you to have your say and provide your thoughts by completing the survey. Please monitor your email for an invitation to complete the survey, full detail will be provided including a link to the survey. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and the results enable the Department of Health to…
Tonight is the AIDA 25th Anniversary Gala which EV is delighted to be a sponsor of. AIDA is the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association whose purpose is to grow ethical and professional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island doctors who will lead and drive equitable and just health outcomes for all peoples. To find out more about AIDA’s valuable work on their website. See below some photos taken at the successful event.
EV staff gathered together for morning tea and an insightful presentation by Professor Marlene Drysdale, Senior Aboriginal Health Educator and Advisor, to acknowledge and celebrate National Reconciliation Week. EV acknowledges our contribution individually and collectively to reconciliation in Australia as part of our Reconciliation Action Plan commitment.