Community Child Health

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The specialty of community child health involves an understanding of the complex interplay between physical, social and environmental factors, and human biology affecting the growth and development of all young people.

Community Child Health Advanced Training Program

  • Requires 36 months (three years) of full time equivalent training under the supervision of a practising Community Child Health specialist  at an accredited training site
  • Includes work-based learning and assessment requirements 
  • Successful trainees attain the qualification of  Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP) with accreditation to practise as Community Child Health specialists in Australia or New Zealand




Download the Community Child Health 2017-18 Handbook (PDF 628KB)

Download the Paediatrics and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Reciprocal Training Arrangements 2017 Guide (PDF 198KB)


Download the Community Child Health 2016 Handbook (PDF 940KB)

Training curriculum

Download the Community Child Health Advanced Training Curriculum (PDF 1MB)

Professional qualities curriculum

Download the Professional Qualities Curriculum (PDF 1.1MB)

How do I apply ​for Advanced Training in Community Child Health?

New trainees need to ensure they meet the entry requirements in the ​Community Child Health 2017-18 Handbook to apply to start Advanced Training.

New and current trainees need to apply for Advanced Training each year.

Australian Trainees: Apply online for Advanced Training or where online registration is not available please download, complete and submit the application form to apply for Advanced Training in Community Child Health (.doc 747KB)

New Zealand Trainees: Please download, complete and submit the application form to apply for Advanced Training in Community Child Health (.doc 747KB)

Community Child Health Entrustable Professional Activities Pilot

Entrustable Professional Activities or EPAs are a relatively recent innovation in medical education, with the potential to transform our training programs. They are the essential work activities that supervisors need to be able to entrust their trainees to carry out.

The College invited interested Community Child Health supervisors and trainees to participate in a pilot of EPAs in the first six months of the 2015 training year.  The pilot aimed to explore the usefulness of EPAs in terms of both curricula design and workplace application for a College training program.

For more information including the pilot handbook and evaluation report, please visit the homepage for the pilot of Entrustable Professional Activities in Community Child Health 

Useful links

Assessment forms

Project report & logbook submission forms

 Supervisor’s reports

2017 RACP Research Project

Implementing from 2017, the College has introduced a set of streamlined research project requirements. Please check the program requirements handbook to see if this applies to you.

For further information, cover sheet and marking criteria, please see the work based learning and assessment tools web page

Contact us

Phone:           +61 2 8247 6231


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