A message from Professor Jeff Hamdorf, Director of CTEC and the Head of Surgical Education at The University of Western Australia:
As 2022 draws to a close, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank every one of CTEC's Faculty Members, Convenors and supporters for their invaluable contributions over the past 12 months and previous years.
Before the CTEC team finishes for the year, we wanted to share below some of CTEC's highlights for 2022. We could not have achieved these results without you.
On behalf of myself, Clinical Associate Professor Hairul Ahmad and the CTEC team, I'd like to wish you a happy and relaxing festive season.
- CTEC held over 140 Workshops and Courses.
- Over 170 medical specialists generously gave their time and knowledge to train other medical professionals at CTEC.
- Despite the continuing challenges of 2022, CTEC trained over 2000 medical professionals in a variety of specialities, including Vascular Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Anaesthesia, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, ENT, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, General Practice and Nursing.
- 45 companies and governmental organisations partnered with CTEC during this year.
- With the opening of our borders, Australian participants came from all states and territories. We welcomed overseas participants from New Zealand, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia..
- 84% of our participants came from Western Australia, 15% from the Eastern states and 1% from overseas.
- 50% of participants heard about CTEC via our website and direct communications. 50% learnt about us via CTEC communications to their colleagues, hospitals, practices or professional bodies.
- CTEC welcomed Clinical Associate Professor Hairul Ahmad to the CTEC team in November.
- CTEC hosted a World Health Organisation working group for implementation of Patient Blood Management.