New Reporting/Activity Process
SWAN’S TO DO LIST has been enhanced so you can easily track when reports or activities are due and complete them by the due date.
To reduce your email traffic, initial reminders for the due date of activities or reports will NOT be sent.
The new process will now be:
|Activity report tracking||Log in to SWAN regularly to complete by due date. No reminder email sent|
|Activity reports due||Complete and send by due date. No reminder email sent|
|Activity reports overdue||Reminder email sent mid-month|
|Activity reports seven days overdue||Reminder phone call|
After this timeframe an escalation process will occur. This is referred to in MCCC’s TR 023 Professional Behaviours Policy: Procedures
Please note: activity over 60 days overdue will not be displayed. We will contact you if this applies to you.
Should you have any queries, please contact your MCCC REAPS directly or call: 1300 622 247
Teaching on the run Warrnambool
13 September 2019
11am – 5pm
Level 1, Warrnambool Clinical School
The Western Victoria Regional Training Hub is investing in clinical supervision capacity by supporting the doctors working in the south-west of Victoria.
This PMCV-delivered workshop covers assessment fundamentals, clinical teaching and skills teaching. It is free of charge but places are limited.
Contact Cara English for more information or to register:
firstname.lastname@example.org or ph: 5564 4391
Teaching on the run – Mildura
Saturday 12 October
Teaching on the Run (TOTR) is a national program developed by staff of the Education Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Western Australia. The TOTR program helps improve the quality of the teaching and supervision of trainee doctors and students.
This program is open to senior clinicians, supervisors and medical educators from regional Health Services in the Loddon Mallee.
TOTR for Seniors – Saturday 12 October, including BBQ lunch at Trentham Estate Vineyards and off menu dinner at Stephano’s.
Click here for more information and to register.
Episode three of our podcast, SuperCast, is now available!
Dr Paul Grinzi, a medical educator from our metro west office, has created SuperCast – a podcast for MCCC supervisors. SuperCast will keep you informed about important GP training topics and upcoming MCCC workshop dates and is available for both iOS and Android devices.
For iOS devices: Search for MCCC GP Training in iTunes to listen via the Apple Podcast app. Instructions on how to subscribe are available in this guide.
For Android or iOS devices: Search for MCCC GP Training in the Stitcher app. Instructions on how to subscribe are available in this guide.