Internship at Alfred Health

INTERNSHIP 2017

 

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  ALFRED HEALTH 

Intern Information Session

 

was held on
Monday, 2 May 2016


   Please Note: Attendance was not compulsory
nor is it part of the selection criteria.

 

Intern Information Session Presentations:

Presentation:  Intern Program - Please Click Here
Presentation:  Medical Education - Please Click Here
Presentation:  Beyond Internship - Please Click Here 
Presentation:  Intern Application Process - Please Click Here 

 

 

 

 

At Alfred Health we recognise the difficult transition from medical student to intern and provide dedicated support to help you through your first postgraduate year.

As an Alfred Health Intern you will participate in an extensive orientation program dedicated to covering clinical scenarios and a further orientation program combining didactic, hands on workshops and skills stations to ensure your transition is smooth and you gain the clinical skills necessary to perform at intern level.

As part of our commitment, we provide a comprehensive education program aimed at intern level and mapped to the Australian Curriculum Framework, including weekly education sessions, numerous unit meetings and professional development programs.

Our long standing Junior Medical Staff Mentor Program has played a significant role in nurturing our junior doctors to reach their full potential since.  Our dedicated Senior Medical Staff are passionately committed to the program and to providing the support and guidance to our junior staff needed to help achieve their goals and future career aspirations.

On the wards your registrar and consultant will provide you with the necessary supervision. The Supervisor of Intern Training and a wide range of staff are also available to aid you in career choices, advice and assistance with any concerns you may have throughout the year.  

FOR DETAILS ON ALFRED HEALTH INTERN ROTATIONS PLEASE CLICK HERE

What do we look for in a potential Alfred Health Intern?

We will select candidates who display or demonstrate:

  • Evidence of the ability to work within a team;
  • A holistic approach to patient care with appreciation of the multidisciplinary
    and interdisciplinary nature of patient care;
  • Well developed interpersonal skills;
  • Maturity evidenced through leadership roles or other activities (including non-medical);
  • Good theoretical knowledge;
  • Evidence of interest in academic pursuits including research.

How is your application assessed and ranked?

All eligible intern applications are considered. 

Factors which are assessed to determine a computer match ranking are:

1.  Curriculum Vitae (CV) - please use the standardised CV template that is 
     available on the PMCV website:  (
computermatching.pmcv.com.au).

2.  Referee ratings and comments.

3.   Academic results.

4.  Responses to the online application form questions.

A selected number of applicants will be offered face to face interview.  If offered an interview, you will receive an E-mail to book your interview session through our online booking system.

Note:  We would appreciate your co-operation in not contacting us to find out the current status of your application as responding to these queries delays the short-listing and notification process.  Although, we appreciate the anxiety that this process causes, we are very grateful for your understanding.

 

   

 

APPLICATIONS MUST BE MADE TO BOTH
THE PMCV AND ALFRED HEALTH

 

    
 FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO APPLY 
PLEASE CLICK HERE   

 

APPLICATIONS FOR INTERNSHIP CLOSE - 3rd JUNE 2016

 

- HMO INTERNS 2014 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

03/06/2016:      Applications / Hospital Priority List /
                               Referee Reports
 

14/06/2016
- 27/06/2016      Interviews 
(for selected applicants)

16/01/2017:       Start Date


ELIGIBILITY:


Please Check Eligibility as Part of Match Registration with PMCV
http://www.pmcv.com.au/ or computermatching.pmcv.com.au