NT Junior Medical Officer Forum  (NT JMOF)

The aims of the NT JMO Forum were set out at the first Forum in 2008 and are as follows.

 

  • Facilitate discussion regarding JMO safety, education, training and supervision between JMO representatives from across the Northern Territory

  • Work collaboratively and in partnership with the PMAS, hospital administration and NT government along with other stakeholders to address issues affecting junior doctors and assist in planning for the future.

  • Ensure collaborative Territory wide approach to advocacy and change for junior doctors

  • Ensure representation for JMOs at the Territory level and at National meetings such as National JMO Forum and Council of Doctors in Training

  • The Forum will represent and advocate for International medical graduates representatives who comprise 33% of the NT workforce. Medical students who are currently studying through the NT Medical Program will be invited to participate in the Forum.

JMOF Terms of Reference

Elected Members

Chair                          Dr Hayden Cain TEHS                                              

Deputy  Chair            Dr Claire Chandler  CAHS

Secretariat                 Dr Elise O'Connor  TEHS

(As per the NT JMOF Terms of Reference)

Required General Members

Medical Student         Vacant

PGY1                         Dr Cassandra Peace TEHS

PGY2                         Dr Sanjay Joseph TEHS

IMG Representative   Dr Vignesh Palanisamy TEHS

All JMO's, Medical Students and Registrars are welcome to join meetings. Please don't hesitate to contact any of the Elected members above for more information regarding the NTJMOF

Meeting Frequency
At least 4 times per year - prior to the national AJMOC meetings

Next Meeting Date
Friday 27 September at 12:00pm
Noonan Room, Level 1, Royal Darwin Hospital

Contact Us

(08) 899 92836

Royal Darwin Hospital Campus

Flinders University B4A, 

PO Box 41326

Casuarina NT 0811

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