CPMEC Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2021 Junior Doctor of the Year and the 2021 Clinical Educator of the Year.

The Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Council (CPMEC) each year recognises junior doctors and clinical educators across Australia and New Zealand who have made valuable contributions to prevocational medical education and training. The awards have a two tiered structure with  jurisdictional winners selected for the awards by each Postgraduate Medical Council (PMC) or equivalent and the overall winner for each award is then selected by a small judging panel.

Nominations are now closed.

2020 South Australian Junior Doctor of the Year
Congratulations to South Australian Dr Andre Tran, Intern at the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network, awarded the South Australian winner for the Junior Doctor of the Year award and the CPMEC award nominee. Dr Tran has made an outstanding contribution to medical student teaching in the hospital setting and has also been awarded Clinical Associate Lecturer of the year by the Adelaide Simulation Centre.

2020 South Australian Clinical Educator of the Year
Congratulations to South Australian Dr Jarrod Marks, Medical Education Registrar at Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, awarded the South Australian winner of the Clinical Educator of the Year and the CPMEC award nominee. Dr Marks has had significant and impactful contribution to the teaching of junior doctors at both the Lyell McEwin Hospital and Modbury Hospital. Interns describe Dr Marks teaching as “a very high standard with strong clinical significance presented in an approachable and understandable manner”.

For more information and to view past winners, visit the CPMEC website.