A certified sub-specialist in REI is competent in the comprehensive management of patients with reproductive endocrine disorders and infertility.
|Reproductive endocrinology and infertility|
|The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG)|
|A certified sub-specialist in REI is competent in the comprehensive management of patients with reproductive endocrine disorders and infertility.|
|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 general 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 specialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Trainees can apply in year 4 of core training to commence reproductive endocrinology and infertility training in year 5.
|Fellowship of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)|
|Applications to enter a RANZCOG subspecialty pathway are invited from Fellows and FRANZCOG trainees who wish to apply via the annual Subspecialties National Selection process for entry into the RANZCOG subspecialty training program, suitably qualified international subspecialists who wish to be assessed for comparability to an Australian or New Zealand trained subspecialist, with a view to practising as a subspecialist in Australia and New Zealand and international specialists and subspecialists wishing to undertake further training in a subspecialty. |
For more details see https://www.ranzcog.edu.au/the-ranzcog/about-the-subspecialists.html
|Sub-specialties written examination: $1,330
Sub-specialties oral examination: $3,150
|Three year training program
- Minimum surgical procedures – Observe, assist and personally perform a minimum number of microsurgical procedures
- College-approved professional development programs
- Statistics course – Completion of an assessable statistics course offered by a tertiary institution, with instruction of at least three hours per week
Submit three-monthly appraisals within four weeks of the end of each relevant three-month period.
- Submit six-monthly summative assessment and entire Training and Assessment Record (TAR) within six weeks of the end of each relevant six-month period Multi-source feedback (MSF) - Semester 2 Complete nine compulsory Assessment of procedural skills (APS) by end of Year 3 Research Project Proposal (draft), including timeline
Research project completed within 92 weeks (24 months) FTE of completion of clinical training
|Applications for the Subspecialties National Selection Process 2017 (2018 entry) opened on 1 December 2016 and closed on 31 March 2017.
For further details see https://www.ranzcog.edu.au/members/Member-categories/Fellow/Subspecialist"
|Year 4–5 of FRANZCOG training|
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