The Advanced Training in Clinical Haematology explores in-depth specialty training in the clinical and laboratory aspects of diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs. You will train under supervision and prepare for independent practice as a consultant. The program builds your skills through work-based assessments and learning tools
About this handbook
All our Advanced Training programs are evaluated biennially by overseeing committees to ensure they are in line with educational best practice. Changes in program requirements may occur and could impact your training plan. Please ensure you are following the correct requirements during your training. You can find the latest changes in the 2019-20 program updates
Prospective trainees must have:
- completed RACP Basic Physician Training, including the RACP Written and Clinical Examinations
- have current Medical registration
- be appointed to an appropriate Advanced Training position.
New and current trainees
need to apply for Advanced Training each year.
The Advanced Training in Clinical Haematology requires three years of full-time equivalent (FTE) training.
Successful trainees will be admitted to the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP). Eligibility is dependent on the completion of all requirements of training. Once the overseeing committee has recommended you for admission, the College will invite you to apply for Fellowship.
New Fellows will receive formal notification from the College that they have been admitted to Fellowship and receive a letter confirming the completion of their training. All Fellows in Australia, New Zealand and overseas in active practice must meet the requirements of a Continuing Professional Development program