Resident Hospital Health Check Survey 2017
In March 2017, AMA Queensland conducted the second Resident Hospital Health Check Survey with Interns, Junior House Officers (JHOs) Senior House Officers (SHOs) and Continuing Residents (PGY3 plus) across Queensland. The survey domains included hospital culture, access to annual and professional development leave, education, bullying and harassment, and overtime. We received 465 responses to the survey, representing approximately 20% per cent of Queensland’s total approximate 2,267 Resident Medical Officers (RMOs).
The hospital grades were based on a weighting determined by asking the respondents to rank the areas of residency, which were most important to them. The top six priorities for residents were then determined. These results will be very helpful for you to consider ahead of the Intern campaign opening shortly.
View the survey results below.The AMA Queensland Resident Hospital Health Check Survey is a primary example of the unique benefit of your student membership. Don’t forget that AMA Queensland hosts a range of intern readiness lunches and workshops for final year students – keep an eye out for dates and details coming soon.
We also offer career development programs right throughout your student years, including our Junior Doctor Conference and Stepping up into Leadership seminar. Our free AMA Career Advice Hub also offers information on career pathways, plus a resume review and interview skills coaching service.
If you would like to discuss any aspect of the AMA Queensland CDT Resident Hospital Health Check Survey in greater detail, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will get back to you.
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