New Fellows

How to thrive as a new consultantHow to thrive as a new consultant

Practical guidance on finding your feet as a new consultant.

 "Being a new consultant can be stressful. It is a steep learning curve but it is important to remember that support is available. It is not a failing to seek advice or get a second opinion when needed – in fact it is perfectly sensible and commendable." (How to thrive as a new consultant)

New Fellows Orientation GuideNew Fellows Orientation Guide

A summar​y of information and resources new Fellows need as they enter Fellowship and start practising as a physician or paediatrician.

Topics include: use of College post-nominal, introduction to MyCPD, physician wellbeing and support, getting involved with your College, becoming a supervisor, RACP Foundation awards & prizes and more.

racp-pomcast-ep28-transitions-to-fellowshipPomegranate Health - Episode 28: Transitions to Fellowship

Four Fellows recall their unique experiences on making the change from trainee to Fellow and how they maintain a healthy balance within and around their careers.

   
my-cpd-logoMyCPD
The RACP's online MyCPD program assists Fellows in meeting their mandated CPD requirements. Record and keep track of your CPD activities, create a ​professional ​development plan, submit your annual CPD credits, download certificates of completion and more.
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