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Report: Workshop on confidential trainee feedback mechanisms

20 November, 2010

On 13 November 2010, the Australian Medical Council held a workshop on confidential trainee feedback mechanisms. The workshop gave participants the opportunity to discuss current processes for trainee input into program monitoring and evaluation within colleges, as well as processes for addressing complaints and appeals.

Download the workshop report, AMC Workshop: Training Program Evaluation and Trainee Feedback.