If you hold the ICFRACGP, you will need to follow the Specialist pathway to registration and apply to the RACGP for a comparability assessment.
Based on the comparability assessment, you will be assigned to one of three categories:
- substantially comparable
- partially comparable
If you are assessed as substantially comparable, you may apply to enter the PEP Specialist Stream and:
- work under supervision while on the program
- complete educational modules designed to orientate you to Australian general practice
- complete workplace-based assessments.
If you are assessed as partially comparable, you would have to complete all above requirements and then sit the RACGP Fellowship exams.
If you are assessed as non-comparable, you would be considered a non-specialist and have to follow the AMC Competent Authority pathway or the Standard pathway and start with taking the AMC MCQ exam.