You will be required to complete a Start of Placement meeting with your Primary Supervisor, to establish learning intentions and goals for training.
You will be required to complete Reflection Meetings every three calendar months with your Primary Supervisor to reflect on training, learning and performance, and to gain formative feedback and establish further learning goals.
Workplace-Based Assessments (WBAs)
WBAs involve short periods of observation and/or discussion with a trainee in clinical practice, followed by structured feedback to the trainee and an assessment of the trainee's performance.
You are required to complete the following WBAs in the EMC Training Program:
- Five x Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercises (Mini-CEXs)
- Six x Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS)
- Two x Case-Based Discussions (CBDs)
- One Procedural Checklist.
There are prescribed patient types and presentations required for each Mini-CEX, DOPs and CBD. See the Curriculum or Trainee Handbook for more detailed information.
Emergency Skills Workshop
You will be required to complete the Advanced Life Support 2 (ALS2) emergency skills workshop, or equivalent for New Zealand medical practitioners.
You will be required to complete ACEMs Indigenous Health and Cultural Competency Online Modules.
Online MCQ Examination
The EMC MCQ exam is completed online at your hospital under supervision. It is 90 minutes in duration and consists of 80 multiple choice questions based on the revised EMC Training Program Curriculum.
The cost of the examination is included in the EMC Training Program enrolment fee.
The examination is held three times a year.