Seeking a Rehabilitation Medicine Fellow to join the Faculty Paediatric Training and Assessment Committee

Date published: May 24, 2024, 12:06 PM

Summary

Expressions of interest are now open for Rehabilitation Medicine fellows to join the Committee as an Appointed Member.

Description

This is a great opportunity for Fellows who are willing to support current Paediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Advanced Trainees and the training program.

In this role, you will help shape the physicians of the future and positively contribute to the direction, workforce, and culture of Paediatric Rehabilitation Medicine in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

One of the main roles of the FPTAC is to monitor and assess individual trainee progress in Paediatric Rehabilitation Medicine for Australasia.

You will be involved in:
  • Reviewing and monitoring the training program requirements, assessment, and curricula in consultation with the relevant Specialty Society and other stakeholders.
  • Recommending changes to the College Education Committee, via the AFRM Education Committee.
Other key responsibilities:
  • Overseeing the training of Paediatric Rehabilitation Trainees.
  • Monitoring and reviewing training program requirements, assessment, and curricula in Paediatric Rehabilitation Medicine.
  • Overseeing the coordination of the AFRM Paediatric Fellowship Written and Clinical Examinations.
  • Engaging in continuous quality improvement of all assessments.
  • Responsibility for the annual working parties that write examination questions for all the AFRM written and clinical examinations as well as oversee the External Training Modules.

Meetings are held 4 times per year with 1 face-to-face meeting (usually held in August) and up to 3 video conferences a year.

Members are appointed to the FPTAC for a 3-year term and can be renewed for a further 3-year term.

Before applying, read the Faculty Paediatric Training and Assessment Committee Terms of Reference (PDF).

Apply

To apply, submit an EOI form (PDF) and CV to rehab@racp.edu.au.


Please contact Therese Stanton via the above email if you have any queries.

Creation Date:

May 24, 2024, 09:00 AM

Closing Date:

Aug 2, 2024, 23:59 PM
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