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T 02 9844 6551 F 02 9844 6544 E HETI infohealthnswgovau HETINSWGOVAU ABN 82 914 196 002 UPDATE 1 HETI RESPONSE TO SOME OF YOUR QUESTIONS RE THE IMPACT OF COV ID 19 HETI has been r ID: 853585

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1 LOCKED BAG 5022 GLADESVILLE NSW 1675
LOCKED BAG 5022 GLADESVILLE NSW 1675 T 02 9844 6551 F 02 9844 6544 E HETI - info@health.nsw.gov.au HETI.NSW.GOV.AU ABN 82 914 196 002 UPDATE 1 – HETI RESPONSE TO SOME OF YOUR QUESTIONS RE THE IMPACT OF COV ID - 19 HETI has been receivi ng a number of enquiries from sites in light of the unfolding Novel Coronavirus COVID - 19 pandemic . In order to ensure consistency of information HETI has collated the relevant information in this update. HETI understands that your current focus will be on the managing the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on training and staff in your hospitals. This information is current as at 12 th March 2020, updated information will be provided regularly. EDUCATION AND TRAINI NG Teaching sessions should continue where possible. Group teaching should be delivered through technology with recorded sessions to be utilised where possible. It is accepted that certain cancelled. HETI is looking at how we can support the use of technology to enable training . Education about PPE/donning and doffing for the JMOs i f they are working in fever/respiratory clinics is essential . General Clinical Tr aining (GCTC) and Network Training C ommittees (NTC) play a critical role in monitoring the impact on JMOs at this time. These meeting s should not be cancelled but should he ld by teleconference or videoconference. SUPERVISION Supervision needs to continue a s normal. If supervisory staff are absent or occupied with pandemic activities then hospitals need to ensure there are alternative supervisory arrangements in place. IMPACT ON JMOS JMO wellbeing should continue to be a focus as many wi their first year. HETI acknowledges that the lack of groups getting together could impact on the JMOs feeling s of belonging. HETI sup ports local consideration of alternate arrangements to ensure JMOs feel supported. STAFF REDEPLOYMENT A ND IMPACT ON TERM DESCRIPTIONS AND ROS TERS If hospitals make temp orary changes to PGY1 and 2 term allocation s to manage COVID - 19 pandemic requirements prior app

2 roval from HETI is not required. HETI w
roval from HETI is not required. HETI will re ly on the GCTC and the DPET to monitor supervision, workload , wellbeing and access to training. HETI a cknowledge s that rosters may need to be changed at short notice , however supervision needs to be mai ntained. Roster changes do not need prior approval from HETI. PAGE 2 STAFF REDEPLOYMENT A ND IMPACT ON GENERAL REGISTRATION OF INTE RNS Informal advice from MBA/AHPRA indicates that there will be some flexibility where an intern, du e to redeployment related to the COVID - 19 pandemic , does not meet the mandatory requirements for general registration . HETI is awaiting formal advice which we understand will be available shortly. REPORTING TO HETI ON SURVEY OUTCOMES HETI appreciates some flexibility may be needed in me eting deadlines . The expectation is that addressing conditions and the timeline for conditions continues to be met. If there are specific conditions that the hospital believes are unachievable in the current climate discussion needs to occur with the Prev ocational Accreditation Council Chair (Associate Professor Ian Rewell) . Extensions will be considered on request for submissions of annual reports . PREVOCATIONAL ACCREDITATION SURVEYS Immediate surveys have been postponed . Upcoming accreditation surveys will be considered on a case by case basis in consultation with the relevant survey team lead and hospital . FORUMS AND MEETING Alternative arrangements have been made for the following events :  DPET Forum  JMO Forum  Prevocational Training Council meetings  Prevo cational Accreditation Council m eetings  AHPRA, Medical Board and HETI meeting  Medical Deans and DPETs meeting Separate information has been provided to the relevant participants. The HETI team is available to answer any further questions or to discuss these issues further. Contact details Mai Perrau Alix Brown Email: mai.perrau@health.nsw.gov.au Email: Alix.Brown@health.nsw.gov.au Phone: 02 9844 6538 Phone: 02 9844 6531