Intern PGY1 (PMCV Computer Match) 2019 The Royal Melbourne Hospital - Priority Group 2 & 3 Candidates
In 2018, The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) celebrates a major milestone its 170th birthday. As Victoria’s first public hospital, the RMH has touched the lives of millions of Victorians, providing care and treatment for the sickest in our community through outstanding clinical care, medical research and the training of future healthcare professionals.
RMH provides specialist and general acute and subacute health services across two campuses. Primarily serving the north western communities of Melbourne, the RMH also provides statewide and specialist services to rural and regional Victorians.
RMH is part of Melbourne Health, which includes Northwestern Mental Health and the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory.
Research & Education
RMH is a partner in Melbourne’s internationally renowned Parkville Precinct, the hub of medical and biotechnology research, education and development, and medical services delivery in Victoria.
RMHl has strong links with research facilities including the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and the National Ageing Research Institute, and is a partner in Australia’s largest brain research collaboration, the Melbourne Brain Centre.
RMH has a close affiliation with The University of Melbourne and works closely with other universities for undergraduate and postgraduate education of medical, nursing and allied health professionals.
RMH has a dedicated Medical Education Unit (MEU) that provides support for junior medical staff via our Director of Medical Education, Supervisor of Intern Training, Director of Clinical Training and Medical Education Officers.
Education includes weekly intern sessions, as well as skills training and advanced life support training.
Interns at RMH rotate through five terms. These include General Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Vascular Surgery, Stroke, Urology, Infectious Diseases, Orthopaedics, Psychiatry, Palliative Care, Gynaecology and Rehabilitation.
Secondment rotations include Ballarat Health Services, North East Health Wangaratta, The Royal Women’s Hospital and Wimmera Health Care Group Horsham.
All Interns are required to undertake at least one rural rotation.
The Computer Match, coordinated by the Post Graduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV) will be used to facilitate Intern appointments for 2019.
For further information on the PMCV Computer Match and to view the eligibility, please visit www.pmcv.com.au.
Melbourne Health Internship Application Eligibility Criteria :
Further information on the selection criteria and Intern positions at RMH please see our website www.thermh.org.au.
Applications close : Friday 1 June 2018 5pm - late applications will not be accepted.
It is advised when registering your details in our system that you use the same email address you have registered with the PMCV.
Nb : The system may require you to upload a cover letter or references, please upload a blank document to progress to the next stage of the application.
Should you wish to include your Academic Transcript please add this to the end of your cv as the system will not allow you to upload it separately.
Please do not apply to this advertisement if you are not a Priority Group 1 applicant.
PLEASE DISREGARD THE BELOW 'APPLICATION GUIDE' PDF AS THIS IS NOT RELEVANT TO THIS POSITION ADVERTISEMENT
Essential : Are you eligible and registered for the Intern PMCV Computer Match?
Essential : What is your PMCV Candidate Number?
Essential : Are you a PMCV Priority Group 2 or 3 candidate?
Essential : What is your University Clinical School?
Essential : What is your University Z score?
Essential : Have you held a formal leadership role designated by your university or a university-related organisation? (minimum of 6 months involvement in past 2 years)
Essential : Have you held a formal leadership role outside university e.g. in a community organisation? (minimum of 6 months involvement in past 2 years)
Essential : Have you undertaken regular paid work? (minimum of 5 hours / week continuously for at least 12 months within the last 5 years)
Essential : Have you undertaken regular voluntary or unpaid work? (minimum of 8 hours / month continuously for at least 6 months within the last 5 years)
Essential : Have you undertaken extracurricular work in your medical training e.g. research, clinical elective, innovation projects?
minimum 4 hours per fortnightly continuously for at least 3 months within the last 2 years)
Essential : Do you have any publications in peer reviewed journals (including any 'pending')?
Essential : Have you undertaken research at Melbourne Health in the past 2 years?
Essential : Have you undertaken a clinical elective at Melbourne Health in the past 2 years?
Essential : Do you give consent for Melbourne Health to contact your university to obtain a report on professional behaviour including any disciplinary issues?