Since 2010 this Award has been presented annually to clinical educators across Australia and New Zealand in recognition to those who have made a major contribution to the education and training of junior doctors in the years PGY1 and PGY2.
The recipient of this Award will be a clinical educator who fulfils the principal criteria which can be demonstrated by at least two additional criteria as listed below:
Made a significant contribution to the teaching of junior doctors in the years PGY1 and PGY2.
- Demonstrated evidence of developing innovative programs and approaches for the education of junior doctors;
- Made a significant contribution to mentoring and the provision of career advice to junior doctors;
- Advocated for junior doctor education and training in the workplace and beyond, which could include contributions to a Postgraduate Medical Council or any organisation involved in the education and training of junior doctors;
- Made a significant contribution to promoting the well-being of junior doctors;
- Demonstrated evidence of improving education and training opportunities in rural and remote locations as per Modified Monash Model 2-7 categories.
The winner (pictured below) of the 2022 CPMEC Clinical Educator of the Year Award is: Dr Joshua Manukonga, New Zealand
The jurisdiction winners for 2022 are:
- New Zealand: Dr Joshua Manukonga
- New South Wales: Dr Yasmin Ashraff
- Victoria: Dr Alison Giles
- South Australia: Dr Niloo Safaie Yazdi
- Western Australia: Dr Matthew Chau
- Queensland: Dr Felix Torrance
- Australian Capital Territory: Dr Nathan Oates
- Northern Territory: Dr John Floridis
- Tasmania: Ms Kate Manserra
Past Winners of the CPMEC Award for Clinical Educator of the Year