Latest news in the Framework review
The review is currently in Phase 2: Review and Development.
The AMC is now formally consulting on the first part of the review and development work. Further information about the consultation process can be found under Communiques section below. Feedback is due by 3 November 2020..
Review communiques, including formal consultation documents will be provided here.
September 2020 – Formal consultation on review and development work
- Part 1 – AMC Prevocational Framework – Consultation paper
- Part 2 – AMC Prevocational Framework Review – Consultation questions
- ATTACH A – Prevocational training outcome statements – Draft for consult
- ATTACH B – Prevocational entrustable professional activities – Draft for consult
- ATTACH C – Proposed revisions to prevocational assessment processes – For consult
- ATTACH D – Proposed revisions to prevocational programs and terms – For consult
- ATTACH E – High-level specifications for prevocational e-portfolio – Draft for consult
April 2020 – Review scope formally confirmed
|Important note about expanded scope of the review: AMC to conduct the work arising from COAG Review of Medical Intern Training
In 2018, Health Ministers’ released their response to the 2015 Council of Australian Governments Health Council (COAG) Review of Medical Intern Training. New South Wales was the jurisdiction tasked to lead national implementation of key recommendations, with an immediate focus on developing a two-year Capability and Performance Framework, Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) and specifications for an e-portfolio, on behalf of the Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council (AHMAC). Given the overlap and interdependency of the two projects, it has been agreed that the AMC will conduct this work on behalf of AHMAC.
October 2019 – Formal consultation on scope of review
- Consultation paper – National Framework Review proposed scope
- Consultation questions – National Framework Review proposed scope
August 2019 – Notice of commencement of review
Further information about engaging in the review process can be found here.