Periodic Systemic Review of Indigenous Health Initiatives Tool

The purpose of the Periodic Systemic Review Tool is to provide medical schools with a tool to review their response to Indigenous health initiatives against the AMC Standards.

1. The Context of the Medical Program (Standard 1)

1.1 Education Expertise

1.1.1 Are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders involved in the development and management of the medical course?

Standard 1.4.1

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1.1.2 Do you have a professional development program for all staff in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health?

2010 Notes 1.42010 Notes 1.9

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1.1.3 Is Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander leadership in place within the medical school?

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1.2 Educational Budget and Resource Allocation

1.2.1 Are health initiatives relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people considered as core responsibilities within medical school business and reflected accordingly within the budget?

2010 Note 1.5

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1.2.2 Is the Indigenous health curriculum allocated appropriate levels of funding that support initiatives to meet its learning outcomes that do not rely solely on special, additional or external resources?

2010 Notes 1.5

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1.2.3 Is the Indigenous health curriculum allocated appropriate timetabling including time, location in the curriculum and size of the teaching groups that allows it to meet its learning outcomes?

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1.2.4 Is the Indigenous health curriculum allocated teaching resources that allow it to meet its learning outcomes?

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1.3 Interaction with Health Sector and Society

1.3.1 Has a formal agreement been established between the medical schools and relevant local communities and organisations to progress improvements in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and promote the education and training of medical graduates?

2010 Note 1.5

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1.3.2 Have clinical training partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled health organisations been established?

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1.4 Staff Resources

1.4.1 Do the medical school’s employment practices align with current Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce development strategies in the areas of recruitment, training and support?

Standard 1.8.3

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1.4.2 Does the medical school recognise that the work of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staffmay involve maintaining relationships and responsibilities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities?

2010 Notes 1.8

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