The Australian Medical Council is an organisation whose work impacts across the lands of Australia and New Zealand.
The Australian Medical Council acknowledges the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the original Australians and the Māori People as the tangata whenua (Indigenous) Peoples of Aotearoa (New Zealand). We recognise them as the traditional custodians of knowledge for these lands.
We pay our respects to them and to their Elders, both past, present and emerging, and we recognise their enduring connection to the lands we live and work on, and honour their ongoing connection to those lands, its waters and sky.
The COVID-19 pandemic made us rethink the way we live and broadly affected health. There were global disruptions to health systems, health care provision and the spectrum of medical education.
The AMC partnered with the Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges (CPMC) to deliver a project for the Health Workforce Division of the Australian Government Department of Health to consider the impact of COVID-19 on Australian specialist medical training.
The project included separate and collaborative work by the AMC and the CPMC.
The project links to and builds on the AMC’s work as the accreditation authority for medicine under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law. The AMC’s work focused on review and analysis of its accreditation findings before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, and on providing resources to support innovation and good practice in assessment.
More specifically, the areas of AMC analysis and review included:
The AMC Assessment website is designed for all stakeholders involved in assessing learners across the continuum of medical education. It includes resources and information to share learning and support improvement in assessment.
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