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Report
The HETI JMO Forum Census Working Party
Dr Nicholas Webb, Dr. Aditya Vyas, Dr. Yogeesan Sivakumaran,
Dr. Elize O’Reilly, and Dr. Jovina Graham
Thursday, 9 August 2012
2012 JMO CENSUS PROJECT
1. Introduction
Summary
Phases of
Development
2. Design
Domain 1:
Demographics
Domain 2:
Health & Welfare
Domain 3:
Education
Domain 4:
Supervision
Domain 5:
Career Development
Domain 6:
Hospital System
3. Next Steps
Delivery, Publication &
Future Directions
References
Reference List
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| CONTENTS
Introduction
2012 JMO CENSUS PROJECT
| INTRODUCTION
The 2012 JMO Census:
A comprehensive one-off survey of Junior Medical Officers in NSW and the ACT,
investigating the state of JMO welfare, education and training in our public hospitals.
Domains of Enquiry
1. Demographics
2. Health and Welfare
3. Supervision
4. Education
5. Career Development
6. Hospital Systems
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| INTRODUCTION
Phases of Development
Investigation
Literature review of Australian JMO studies.
Consultation
Consultation and liaison with key stakeholders.
Design
Refining the domains of inquiry and Census questions.
Delivery
Communication of Census to JMOs.
Publication
Release of Census data.
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Design
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Domain 1: Demographics
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To gain an accurate snapshot of the JMO population in 2012.
Age, gender, nationality, etc. amongst JMOs.
This data will be compared with existing data sets for validation.
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| DESIGN
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| DESIGN
Domain 2: Health & Welfare
Reference Studies
Areas of Interest
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Working hours
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Work-life balance
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Workload equity
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Job satisfaction
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Mental health and wellbeing
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The AMA Safe Hours Campaign. Risk
assessment of junior doctor rosters. 2001
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AMA Work-life flexibility survey. 2007
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The AMA Survey on the health and
wellbeing of junior doctors. 2008
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Professional Quality of Life (ProQOL)
scale (www.proqol.org)
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| DESIGN
Domain 3: Education
Reference Studies
Areas of Interest
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Quarantined training time
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Teaching formats and e-learning
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Structured and informal education
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Barriers towards accessing education
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Methods of engagement
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Learning resources
The AMA Junior doctor training,
education and supervision survey 2009
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| DESIGN
Domain 4: Supervision
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To investigate attitudes on the various aspects of JMO supervision.
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Will be of value to DPETs and JMO Managers to identify potential gaps in supervision of junior
medical staff.
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Domain 5: Career Development
Areas of Interest
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Vocational training preferences
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Barriers to career development and progression
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Factors influencing career choice
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Attitudes towards research as a component of further education
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| DESIGN
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| DESIGN
Domain 6: Hospital Systems
Areas of Interest
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To assess how JMOs understand and interact with their hospital administratively.
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Data collected may cover the understanding of hospital policies, appropriate channels for either
personal or industrial conflict resolution, or knowledge of key figures within hospitals.
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Next Steps
2012 JMO CENSUS PROJECT
Delivery
Publication
Future
Directions
| NEXT STEPS
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50-60 Questions, delivered online
Pretesting by HETI JMO Forum representatives
An expert in Qualitative Analysis to redraft final questions
Communicated to all PGY-1 and PGY-2 doctors in NSW and ACT by end 2012
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Results of the Census will be reported on in late 2012.
Published via a dedicated publicly accessible website.
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We hope to produce this survey annually, and gain long-term perspective on the
state of JMOs.
Reduce survey fatigue by consolidating various alternative surveys targeting
JMOs.
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eferences
2012 JMO CENSUS PROJECT
| REFERENCES
Australian Medical Association (2001) The AMA Safe Hours Campaign. Risk assessment of junior doctor rosters.
Australian Medical Association, Canberra.
Australian Medical Association (2007) AMA work-life flexibility survey, 19 June–13 July 2007. Report of findings.
Australian Medical Association, Canberra.
Markwell, A.L., Wainer, Z. (2008) The health and wellbeing of junior doctors: insights from a national survey. Med
J Aust 2009; 191 (8): 441-444.
Australian Medical Association (2008) The AMA Survey on the health and wellbeing of junior doctors. Australian
Medical Association, Canberra.
Professional Quality of Life Scale (2008) www.proqol.org
Australian Medical Association (2009) AMA Junior doctor training, education and supervision survey. Report of
findings. Australian Medical Association, Canberra.
CETI JMO Forum Supervision Group (2011) Survey of clinical supervision of junior medical officers in NSW.
Clinical Education and Training Institute, Sydney.
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