Queensland Health training programs
The network provides centralised recruitment, selection and allocation for doctors commencing their first or second year of BPT.
The pathway provides centralised recruitment for advanced trainees entering Cardiology training.
Centralised recruitment and allocation for general medicine advanced training registrars.
Information and documents for the Queensland Intensive Care training pathway.
A statewide approach to recruitment ensuring trainees enjoy a rounded and complete training experience.
An optional two-year advanced training program, enabling trainees to meet all core requirements.
Centralised recruitment and allocation of basic physician trainees in their second or third year of training.
A statewide recruitment process for advanced trainees in Respiratory Medicine.
QARTS administers the selection and placement of training registrars in Anaesthesia throughout Queensland.
The pathway is a statewide recruitment process supported by the Renal Heads of Department with accredited AT positions.
The pathway manages applications for advanced trainee positions from eligible applicants undertaking either Palliative Medicine AT or a Clinical Diploma.
The pathology training program is coordinated by Health Support Qld and allocates trainees to accredited positions at Qld public and private facilities.
Queensland Health in conjunction with the Qld Branch Training Committee and Office of Postgraduate Training oversee Psychiatry training rotation placements.
The statewide pathway provides a ‘depth’ of specialty training to prepare trainees for independent practice as consultants.
Queensland Health in conjunction with private facilities offers advanced training in Clinical, Laboratory 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 network is a formalised system of training for the purpose of delivering the Faculty of Radiation Oncology training program curriculum.
The network offers a three-year program which allows trainees to meet all core requirements for neonatal and perinatal medicine (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 coordinated by the Australian Rheumatology Association.
The pathway manages the recruitment, selection and allocation of registrars to a Queensland advanced training accredited site.