MALT is available for Fellows to record and store data as a
personal log of procedures or an audit tool for self audit or peer review.
This page provides specific information about Fellow Logbooks in MALT.
If you require information about subspecialisation training
logbooks, see the page specific to your
Colon and Rectal
Surgery (ANZTBCRS Fellows)
Gastric and Oesophageal Surgery (ANZGOSA
Hepatic, Pancreatic and Biliary Surgery
The case log data can only be viewed by the Fellow who entered
it - that is, every Fellow can only see their own
data. However, Fellows in a peer-reviewed audit
opt-in to share their data with named colleagues.
Fellows have been automatically allocated a specialty-specific
logbook to record their cases. Access to procedures is not
restricted according to specialty, however. Fellows will have
access to all SNOMED procedures in MALT for data collection.
Fellows who have used MALT previously, either as a Trainee or
when subspecialising, will retain access to previous logbooks for
Fellows with multiple logbooks can generate a report of their
entire operative experience with the User Summary Report or
generate an 'All procedures logged' report that groups procedures
based on the SNOMED hierarchy.
Trainees, IMGs and Fellows sub-specialising use this field to
record their level of responsibility in theatre.
For Fellows, this field is used to record their role in
- Primary surgeon
- Assisting (scrubbed)
- Observing (not scrubbed)
All Fellows now have access to the SNOMED CT-AU reference set curated by
the College for procedure entry.
For cases where more than one surgical procedure has been
undertaken, MALT allows multiple procedures to be recorded.
If you cannot find the procedure you want to enter, click on the
'Can't Find My Procedure' option on the data entry screen and send
the name of the procedure to MALT staff.
Fellows can generate case logs plus a selection of audit
reports on surgical outcomes.
The Logbook Summary Report has been developed for reporting to
Training Boards and is not available for Fellow Logbooks (except
subspecialising). Use the Custom Report Tool or one of the other
reports on the My Reports page.
Past operative experience
The Import Tool can be used to import existing logs. Instructions are
available to assist in the four step process.
The Rural Procedural Audit is
currently available as a separate Logbook on request.
MALT is accessed via the College
Log in by clicking on the
Portfolio icon in the top right-hand corner of any
webpage. Enter your College username and password.
From your Portfolio Dashboard,
click on any of the 'My Logbook' icons to be directed to MALT.
Alternatively, select the Portfolio 'My Audits' tab and then
click the Morbidity Audit and Logbook Tool (MALT) icon.
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