Useful for Mentors and Trainees
The RACS Morbidity Audit and Logbook tool (MALT) has been useful to electronically log procedures, conduct self-audit and peer-review audit. Paediatric surgeon Mr Paul Jackson uses MALT for recording his own personal data as a surgeon as well as mentoring trainees by examining their data. Mr Jackson works as a specialist Paediatric Surgeon and Paediatric Urologist at Wellington Children's Hospital, New Zealand. He is also a Clinical Senior Lecturer for the School of Medicine & Health Sciences at the University of Otago in Wellington. In this episode he explains the benefits of MALT for both mentors and their trainees.