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Queensland Gastroenterology Advanced Training Program

The advanced training in gastroenterology is offered through a state-wide process supported by the Directors of Queensland’s tertiary hospitals with advanced training accredited positions. The program facilitates centralised recruitment to gastroenterology registrar positions across the state, for advanced training year one. Trainees remain on the program for the duration of two core advanced training years, subject to satisfactory performance.

* Note: 2021 Divisional Clinical Exam status

Selection to a training position is dependent on successful completion of the RACP Divisional Clinical Examination in 2021. For more information on Advanced Training, refer to the RACP website.


Eligibility criteria for new applicants:

How to apply

New applicants must:

  1. review the role description (PDF 254 kB)
  2. review the How to apply guide (PDF 1572 kB), including the assessment criteria
  3. review the Gastroenterology training preference guide (PDF 307 kB)
  4. utilise the CV template (DOCX 20 kB) and upload to your application
  5. complete the online application via the RMO campaign application portal, including the gastroenterology advanced training program section of the application.

Late applications will not be accepted.

Participating facilities

First year advanced training tertiary hospitals:

Second year advanced training tertiary hospitals:

Current gastroenterology trainees progressing onto the second year of the Training Program are not required to complete the Gastroenterology section of the RMO application however at Step 11: Preferences, MUST preference accredited training hospitals from the list above. Trainees are strongly recommended to preference all five hospitals and make contact with the directors of training, please refer to the Gastroenterology training sites and contact details document.

Interview, selection and offers

Gastroenterology and Hepatology first year interviews of short-listed candidates will be held soon after the release of the RACP clinical exam results.The recruitment and selection process will comply with relevant Queensland Health human resource policies including the principles of equal employment opportunity. Assessment criteria to determine eligibility and suitability of applicants for appointment to positions within training facilities can be found in the How to apply guide. Second year trainees with be contacted and interviewed by individual training facilities.

The selection process will be a panel interview with the directors (or delegates) of each facility, which must be attended in person. Positions will be allocated primarily according to ranking after interview with consideration of the CV and referee reports, and other mitigating circumstances.

Notification of interview: Early to mid August 2021
Interviews: 27 August 2021
Matching process: Within one week of interviews

Enquiries Email

Recruitment/employment queries - Queensland coordinator

Dr John Masson -

Accreditation of terms/training requirements – RACP Advanced Training Committee

Phone: +61 2 8247 6295 or +61 2 9256 5457​ or contact The Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Last updated: 8 June 2021