Practice Experience Program Specialist (PEP SP) Participant Handbook - Substantially Comparable Stream

Fellowship

Requirements for Fellowship

Fellowship



Figure 9: Part F – Awaiting Fellowship

Requirements for Fellowship

After you have successfully completed the training program and worked a minimum of six months (FTE) in your RACGP-approved practice, you are ready to apply for admission to Fellowship. Before you start the Fellowship application process, you must ensure that you meet all the requirements listed in the table below. We’ve used labels against each requirement to help you identify whether the requirement is:

 

  • to be met during the training program, or        
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  • an additional requirement.   
                     

Requirements type

Requirements detail 

Experience requirements
 
Completed six months (FTE) of supervised practice in an RACGP-approved practice.
+ time post-Part D for part-time participants
Maintained supervisory requirements until the point of Fellowship.
Completed a basic life support (BLS) training course in the 12 months prior to applying for Fellowship as per the Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support Guide.
Completed advanced life support (ALS) training within four years prior to applying for Fellowship as per the Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support Guide.
Education requirements Completed three core modules.
Assessment requirements Completed the mandated WBA program at the standards set for a specialist GP at the point of admission to Fellowship.
Administrative requirements
 
Held current Australian medical registration from the date of commencing work in approved practice until the point of admission Fellowship.
Was a Financial Member of the RACGP from the date of entry into PEP SP and throughout the program.
Professional and ethical requirements Has not engaged in conduct that would attract sanctions as per clause 27 of the RACGP Constitution.
Have no restrictions, conditions, addenda on your current AHPRA Medical Registration that prevent you from working unsupervised in Comprehensive Australian General Practice.
Suitable to be admitted to Fellowship of the RACGP in accordance with the Fellowship Policy.
 
 
 

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