At present we have a planned timetable - and a high level overview is presented below. From most of Week1 the cohort will be divided into at minimum 2 group
The cohort will be divided into two groups and located in seperate venue. Starting either at 7:45 or 08:00 the two groups will receive the same lecture theatre style presentations but with a half hour delay between the two groups. You should plan to leave around 5:00pm. the group starting at 7:45 will receive their laptops before the lectures start.
Staying in your two groups:
- GROUP A will spend the whole day doing e-MR, eMeds, Guidance (anitmicrobial stewardship) computer training starting at 08:00 - using the laptops they were allocated the day before.
- The other half will start at the same time having official photos being taken and then receiving their lap tops. They will then commence e-health learning followed by fire training at 11:45, followed by an afternoon of infection control related activities. Relievers will fit in an extra session about surviving after hours shifts before fire training.
The program today will be the same as Tuesday but with the two groups reversed. If you did eMR on Tuesday then you will start at 10:30 for your photos, followed by fire training and infection control
Everyone will either have a ward attachments or e-learning. Auburn based interns will do their local orientation at Auburn starting at 9:00.
Ward attachments - ED and Relief staff will need to check their rosters as not all staff will be working everyday
All ward based staff will be rostered off. Most ED and relievers will be rostered off as well but check your rosters
Ward attachments for all staff. At 3:00pm Group B will have a "surviving after hours" session"
Ward attachments. Final handover before it all gets real the following week
High probability that ED and Relief staff will have one weekend shift