EV offers the opportunity for registrars to undertake a role in Medical Education in each training year as a Registrar Medical Educator.

What does the RME Post involve?

The RME is a 12-month part-time (0.4-0.5 FTE) special skills post. By the completion of the RME term registrars will be able to:

  • Demonstrate basic competencies required for the educational and administrative responsibilities of the role of ME.
  • Teach, manage and co-ordinate educational activities effectively and facilitate registrar learning.
  • Make use of on-line learning tools and information management systems in their role as an ME.
  • Undertake evaluation of activities and programs and promote quality improvement.

To be eligible for this post the registrar must have:

  • Current General Registration under the Medical Board of Australia
  • Current Medical Indemnity Cover
  • Successfully completed all requirements of GPT1/CTG1 and GPT2/CTG2 training at EV GP Training
  • Clinical GP training placement working 0.4-0.6 FTE in training year

There is an expectation that the registrar will have very good interpersonal communication skills and demonstrated collaboration and teamwork skills. They will also demonstrate a motivation to develop medical education knowledge and skills and contribute as teachers.

Application: Two positions are available each year, one in Melbourne and one in rural Eastern Victoria. The application process requires a resume and a written application with reasons for your interest in medical education and your suitability for the position.

More information:  Contact Dr Liz Wearne (Rural) or Dr Heather McGarry (Metro) through enquiry@evgptraining.com.au