Medical Service Improvement Project : The Royal Australia College Of Physicians

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I have completed many courses, workshops and seminars that have been recommended by the Royal Australia College of physicians. The list includes: • The Advanced Life Support Course 2 • Physician Education Program through RACP events • RACP clinical exam series through RACP events • St John of God Physician Lecture series • ICU BASICS course backed by FSH Director of Physician Education Dr Abraham • FSH Site specific case rounds and journal club meetings • eLearning@RACP online course modules • I am aiming to attend exam preparation courses in 2016 and 2017 2. Prior experience with research and/or publication and/or clinical audit. Throughout my career I have demonstrated my commitment in improving patient outcomes. Below is a detailed list of my projects and experiences. • I am due to complete a 10 week non-clinical rotation that is dedicated to medical service improvement. I will complete this term at Rockingham General Hospital with the hope of providing meaningful analysis of processes and possible recommendations that may be implemented at other sites. I have already assisted in a service improvement project that aimed to highlight and remove the negative connotations associated with clinical incident reporting. I was one of the project officers, with Dr Shivananda at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) that worked on an educational video targeted at doctors to increase awareness and the importance of clinical incident reporting in improving patient outcomes. I was
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