Education & Training
The NT Prevocational Medical Assurance Services promotes and supports medical education and training leadership and works closely with stakeholders to enhance the education and training of prevocational doctors which is informed by research, innovation and best practice.
The professional development of all supervisors and educators of prevocational doctors is supported within the NT health services programs and training for those wishing to be involved in teaching, training and supervision.
The first two years of postgraduate medical education and training is a time to consolidate and maintain basic skills and to acquire attitudes and habits that will support a lifetime of ethical, safe professional medical practice and the commitment to life long clinical learning and teaching. The Prevocational Medical Assurance Service (NT PMAS) supports and promotes practical experience, under appropriate supervision, in safe clinical environments as the emphasis of pre-vocational medical education and training.