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Office Christmas Hours 2017
Posted 12th December 2017

The office will be closed from Friday 22nd December 2017, 12pm until Monday 1st January 2018 inclusive.

If you have any enquiries that need assistance please contact the office on info@asmirt.org from  Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

We're on the move...!
Posted 12th December 2017

Yes – we’re moving home!  The headquarters of ASMIRT - your professional body -  is moving from its current location in King Street, Melbourne to our light-filled and significantly more modern premise in Queens Road, Melbourne.  Look out for the last e-news of the year on 22 December which will have pictures of the offices.

We will be open for business from Monday 18 December at:

Suite 1040-1044, Level 10
1 Queens Road,
Melbourne Vic 3004

Emails, fax and phone numbers will remain unchanged.

Please be patient with us during the removal.  There will be no phone or email available from 4 pm Wednesday 13th December (AEDT) until 8.30 am Monday 18th December.

Call for Expressions of Interest - ISRRT Councillor
Posted 29th November 2017

The position of ASMIRT ISRRT Councillor falls due for appointment in April 2018. The requirements for the role are attached here. The position of ISRRT Councillor for Australia is open for expressions of interest.  The successful applicant will take up their appointment following the World congress of the ISRRT which will be held in Port of Spain, Trinidad from April 9-15 2018.  This appointment is for an initial period of four years, with an option to extend for a further four subject to successful reapplication to the ASMIRT Board.

If you would like to know more about the role please email ceo@asmirt.org  for information.

Applications sought for the Health Workforce Scholarship Program
Posted 29th November 2017

The Rural Workforce Agency Network has announced the launch of the first national call for applications for the Health Workforce Scholarship Program.

The Scholarship Program is intended to improve the access to services needed in remote and rural areas across Australia by supporting an increase in skills, capacity and scope of practice for medical, nursing and allied health professionals working in primary health care. The Rural Workforce Agency Network will deliver the Scholarship Program in each state and the Northern Territory.

To be eligible for the Scholarship Program applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Health professionals in the fields of medicine, nursing or allied health, including Aboriginal Health Workers.
  • Provide services or intend to provide services to MMM 3-7 locations.
  • Not be employed solely by the State Government.

Applications for the Scholarship Program opened on Monday 20 November 2017 and will close on Wednesday 20 December 2017, further national calls for applications will occur each year.

Each Rural Workforce Agency will accept and manage applications for health professionals within their state or territory. We ask interested applicants to visit the website of the Rural Workforce Agency relevant to their current location to view further information regarding the Scholarship Program, eligibility criteria and contact details.

Websites for each Rural Workforce Agency are listed below:

International Travel Scholarship winners
Posted 29th November 2017

The Board of Directors would like to congratulate the following recipients of the International Travel Scholarships.

  • Jodi Mitchell (RT Early Career)
  • Lloyd Smyth (RT Professional)
  • Rebekah Onsley (DI Early Career) 
  • Nancy Grull (DI Professional)
ASMIRT Secure Members Portal - Access Issues
Posted 20th November 2017

We have recently received a small number of enquiries relating to members experiencing problems accessing the ASMIRT secure Members’ Portal.

Please refer to the explanatory article via the following link.

NSW student award winners
Posted 17th November 2017

The NSW Branch Student Award has now been finalised. Thank you to all those eligible students who submitted their responses to: 'Healthcare is in a constant state of flux. Reflecting on your time as a student, how do the professional skills that you have developed improve patient care now and into the future?'

Congratulations to the two winners!

  • Medical Imaging Award goes to Sarah Woodward - final year diagnostic radiography student, University of Newcastle
  • Radiation Therapy Award goes to Kevin Connell - third year radiation therapy student, University of Newcastle.
Reminder - CPD Compliance 31 December 2017
Posted 30th October 2017

A reminder to those whose CPD cycle concludes at the end of this year to lodge all your CPD activities in the CPD platform before midnight 31st December 2017 EST.

10% of CPD participants in this cycle will be selected for random audit.  Audit Emails will be sent on Friday 29th December 2017 to those selected (please check your spam).

The office will be closed from Friday 22nd December 2017 and reopen on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

If you require assistance with lodgement or password updates, please contact helpcpd@asmirt.org before 12pm Friday 22nd December EST.