Specialty training programs
As the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, certain recruitment processes, interviews and allocation dates may change. Please check your specialty's webpage regularly for updates.
In Queensland, specialist medical trainees can be allocated to a training position via three separate avenues:
- a centrally managed Queensland Health pathway, network or training program
- directly by a Queensland Health facility accredited for training; or
- an individual specialist medical college, which allocates trainees to a Queensland facility
Review your discipline's webpage for information regarding eligibility, recruitment processes, important dates, and other specific requirements needed to acquire a training position. All candidates irrespective of their training program must apply via the RMO campaign applicant portal and be registered (or plan to register) with the relevant specialist medical college.
Anaesthetics training preference guide
Intensive Care Medicine
Intensive care training preference guide
Medicine - Basic Training
Medicine - Advanced Training
Cardioloy training preference guide
Chief Medical Registrar
Clinical Immunology and Allergy
(Clinical and Laboratory)
Neonatal and Perinatal
New applicants interested in applying to a training position with the Queensland Radiology Training Network, need to apply directly to an advertised position via Smartjobs.
Continuing trainees must apply to the RMO campaign for continual selection by the Queensland Radiology Training Network to a training facility.
Set 1 PHO
Queensland Health offers a central allocations program for SET 1 PHO applications in General Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Pre-Hospital Retrieval Medicine
Pre-Hospital Retrieval Medicine is not currently a sub-specialty however is recognised and counts as a Special Skills Term in Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine.