A certified gynaecological oncologist sub-specialises in the management of cancerous and precancerous disorders of the female reproductive system. This includes ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, uterine cancer, and other less common gynaecological cancers of the fallopian tubes, vagina and vulva.
|The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG)|
|A certified gynaecological oncologist sub-specialises in the management of cancerous and precancerous disorders of the female reproductive system. This includes ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, uterine cancer, and other less common gynaecological cancers of the fallopian tubes, vagina and vulva.|
|$2,950 per training year|
|To be eligible to apply to join a subspecialty training program in Australia or New Zealand, doctors must have successfully completed and been accredited with at least 138 weeks FTE of satisfactory Core Training, passed the MRANZCOG/FRANZCOG Written Examination, passed the MRANZCOG/FRANZCOG Oral Examination, or have applied to sit the FRANZCOG Oral Examination to be held in the first half of the year in which they intend to apply to join a subspecialty training program, or have obtained the FRANZCOG.
Doctors must also possess medical registration in the relevant state or territory with no restrictions, conditions, undertakings or any other limitations that would adversely impact on or limit their ability to train towards and ultimately act as a sub-specialist in gynaecological oncology.
Trainees can apply in year 4 of core training to commence gynaecological oncology training in year 5.
|Fellowship of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)|
|To apply to join a RANZCOG subspecialty training program, doctors must have been accredited with at least 138 weeks of satisfactory Core Training, passed the MRANZCOG examinations or have obtained the FRANZCOG. Trainees can apply in Year 4 of Core Training to commence subspecialty training in Year 5. For more information and to apply, visit Subspecialty Applications.|
|$175,000 – $400,000|
|Sub-specialties written examination: $1,330
Sub-specialties oral examination: $3,150
|A sub-specialty training year consists of two consecutive six-month training blocks based around (but not confined to) a calendar year and is determined by the CGO Subspecialty Committee. This applies irrespective of any government or hospital leave entitlements which may operate in a particular state or region.
At each six-monthly summative assessment, the trainee and his/her supervisor must sign off on the number of weeks of leave taken during the six-month training period. Trainees must also maintain, in their training assessment record, an accurate record of all leave taken during the three-year training period.
|Applications for sitting the written and oral examinations are accepted in May.|
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