Resident Hospital Health Check

Resident Hospital Health Check launch webinar



Event Date



6pm - 7pm


Online webinar

Who should attend

Members and non-members

  • Interns (PGY1)
  • Junior House Officers (PGY2)
  • Senior House Officers (PGY3) 
  • Continued Residency (>PGY3)
  • Principal House Officers

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RHHC launch webinar

2023 Resident Hospital Health Check launch webinar

How to join at 6pm Thursday:


About the Resident Hospital Health Check

It's the most important survey you'll take as a doctor in training because your voice is heard by the profession and politicians alike.  

Join your DiT colleagues from across Queensland at Thursday night's online launch of the 2023 Resident Hospital Health Check, ASMOFQ and AMA Queensland's annual survey that tracks how well each Queensland hospital support its junior doctors.

The webinar is hosted by CDT Chair Dr Elise Witter and CDT Industrial Relations Chair Dr Antony Ji.

Improve your workplace

Your anonymous voice makes a real difference - the data gathered through this annual survey have both informed employment agreement negotiations and provided the evidence base for systemic changes to improve the health and wellbeing of junior doctors. 
The online launch will explain the Resident Hospital Health Check process and key issues it tracks including:

  • access to annual leave 
  • hours of work and overtime
  • wellbeing and workplace culture
  • bullying, discrimination and sexual harassment
  • residency priorities.

You'll also be briefed about the recently implemented Medical Officers' Certified Agreement No 6 (MOCA 6), negotiated on behalf of doctors by ASMOFQ including:

  • wage increases, backpay timing and cost of living adjustment (COLA) increases
  • changes in approval requirements for paid overtime for clinical scenarios no longer 
  • a suite of stronger fatigue provisions.

See the Resident Hospital Health Check results from previous years

Dr Elise Witter

Dr Elise Witter

Chair, AMA Queensland Committee of Doctors in Training

Dr Elise Witter has worked and studied in a variety of regional, rural and remote settings, including with the Royal Flying Doctors' Service in Lockhart River. Currently working in mental health at Cairns Hospital, she has a passion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, promoting doctor-in-training wellbeing and ensuring equity in educational and vocational opportunities for the rural and remote medical workforce. She has an extensive background in advocacy, which she hopes to harness to improve the experience of doctors training in rural and remote Australia. 

Antony Ji

Dr Antony Ji 

Chair, AMA Queensland Committee of Doctors in Training Industrial Relations Special Interest Group 

Dr Antony Ji is currently an Anesthesiology Registrar, and passionate supporter of helping make the working lives for doctors fairer. He has previously held positions on various hospital prevocational medical education committees, and the AMA Junior Medical Officer Forum Queensland (JMOFQ). His advocacy, passion for improving work environments, and interest in technology helps bring a unique skill-set for the CDT Industrial Relations Special Interest Group in 2023.