Queensland Health training programs
A networked approach to basic training in which trainees undertake a series of training rotations over three years to fulfil the core training and professional curriculum requirements as specified by the RACP.
The Cardiology Registrar is an advanced trainee of RACP and provides inpatient and outpatient medical services.
Centralised recruitment and allocation to advanced training general medicine registrar positions in Queensland. Trainees remain on the pathway for three years of advanced training and have access to the Queensland Internal Medicine Education Program.
Information and documents for the Queensland Intensive Care training pathway for 2019.
Training in Infectious Diseases will explore a depth of specialty training in the various clinical and laboratory settings.
An optional two-year program from advanced training year one enabling trainees to meet all core requirements for general paediatric advanced training with the RACP, particularly the community/developmental component.
Centralised recruitment of RACP registered basic physician trainees in their second or third year of training. Defined network training rotations include 12 months of RACP-accredited level three tertiary hospital placements in the lead up to the written and clinical Fellowship examinations.
Trainees provide inpatient and outpatient and consultative services within Respiratory Medicine departments.
QARTS administers the selection and placement of training registrars in Anaesthesia throughout Queensland in conjunction with Queensland Health and the Directors of Anaesthesia in accredited training hospitals.
The Nephrology Advanced Training Pathway is a statewide recruitment process supported by the Renal Heads of Department with advanced training accredited positions.
The Queensland Palliative Medicine Advanced Training Pathway manages applications for advanced trainee positions from eligible Applicants undertaking either Palliative Medicine Advanced Training or a Clinical Diploma of Palliative Medicine.
Queensland Pathology Training Programs are coordinated by the Medical Support Unit, Pathology Queensland (Health Support Queensland) in conjunction with Pathology Queensland’s State Directors and Coordinators of Education and Training.
Queensland Health Directors of Hospital & Health Services in conjunction with the Queensland Branch Training Committee and Office of Postgraduate Training in Psychiatry oversee Psychiatry training rotation placements.
Advanced Training in Public Health Medicine provides a ‘depth’ of specialty training under supervision to prepare trainees for independent practice as consultants.
Queensland Health in conjunction with private facilities offers advanced training in Clinical Haematology, Laboratory Haematology and combined Clinical and Laboratory Haematology.
Endocrinology Advanced Training in Queensland is managed through a centralised recruitment and selection process.
The Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway facilitates the recruitment and placement of Rural Generalist interns, and coordinates Advanced Skills Training applications in mental health, paediatrics, internal medicine, anaesthetics, and obstetrics and gynaecology.
The Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, Faculty of Radiation Oncology (RANZCR), has a networked training model across all accredited training sites in Radiation Oncology. Queensland has one training network which covers both public and private training sites.
Queensland Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine Advanced Training Network
The network offers a three-year program which allows trainees to meet all core requirements for neonatal and perinatal medicine (NPM) advanced training with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP), including projects, neonatal retrievals, long term follow up and surgical components of NPM advanced training.
The aim of the Geriatrics AT program is to improve the quality and diversity of training across the state.
The network is a centrally-coordinated statewide program for doctors wishing to complete gastroenterology advanced training in Queensland.
Advanced training in Rheumatology is offered through a state-wide centralised recruitment and selection process. This process is coordinated by the ARAQ Director of Clinical Training and Rheumatology Directors of Queensland hospitals with accredited advanced training position/s.
Queensland Health is responsible for and oversees the Queensland Medical Oncology Advanced Training Pathway through which Registrars are recruited, selected and assisted with allocation to a Queensland medical oncology Advanced Training accredited site.