Nephrology (Advanced Training)

Duration

  • 3 years FTE
  • Flexible training available
  • RPL may apply

Entry

  • Completed RACP Basic Training, including the Written and Clinical Examinations
  • A current medical registration
  • Been appointed to an appropriate Advanced Training Position

Training

3 years certified training comprising:

  • 36 months (minimum) Core Training

Other

  • Trainees are strongly encouraged to train at more than one site
  • Cultural Competence and Cultural Safety Module must be completed during Basic or Advanced training for trainees entering Basic Training in 2022 or Advanced Training in 2023 onward

 

Information from regionalmedicaltraining.com.au is intended as a summary to assist with career planning and has been developed by the Southern Regional Training Hub Alliance. While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, details should be verified through the relevant Specialist College and health services. LAST UPDATED May 25, 2022