RACP clinical examinations - Train the Trainer 2023
Course applications are open now!
The Alfred Hospital traditionally has outstanding results in the FRACP Clinical Examination, with success rates consistently exceeding state and national averages. Much of this success is based on the training given to our consultants and advanced trainees on preparing our candidates for the examinations. We are excited to share this preparation course with external consultants and advanced trainees who wish to assist basic physician trainees at their site.
Learn from Associate Professors Laila Rotstein and Anne Powell who are the Directors of Physician Education at Alfred Health. They are both also Senior National Examining Panel members for the college of physicians and thus have experience in the skills required to be successful in the upcoming examination.
1. Introduction to the RACP clinical examinations processes
2. Providing effective feedback
3. Preparing candidates for the long case examination
4. Preparing candidates for the short case examination
This course comprises of an introductory webinar and a series of articulate modules that run through details and examples which can be accessed at any time over the next 12 months.
This course will provide FRACP consultants with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points across 2 domains (Educational activities and Reviewing Performance).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This program is aimed at FRACP consultants and advanced trainees who are interested in preparing basic physician trainees for their RACP clinical examinations in Australia or New Zealand.
Course applications open February 2023 as the course will commence prior the written examination results release due to the earlier clinical examination dates.
Cost: - $110 including GST
How to enrol:- Register here