This resource supports trainee development in leadership, management and teamwork skills and work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams.
This resource presents five long cases that cover in-depth management of chronic breathlessness for different advanced conditions and different patients.
This resource has been designed to provide trainees with all of the information you need as you embark on your journey as a Basic Trainee with the RACP.
This resource provides trainees with information, videos and study tools to assist them in preparing for the Divisional Written and Clinical Examinations.
This resource outlines the training program requirements for Basic Trainees in Adult Internal Medicine and Paediatrics & Child Health at early adopter training settings.
This collection includes the popular SPDP workshops and other resources to help you as a supervisor.
The CLS is a growing and interactive online resource, mapped against College curricula, and specifically targeted to the needs of Basic Trainees.
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Pomegranate Health presents compelling stories about medicine and society: how doctors make difficult ethical and clinical decisions, how they can communicate with patients and how health delivery can be made more equitable.
These learning resource guides are based on the contributions and peer review of RACP Fellows and other experts. Each guide presents key readings, courses, web resources and tools on a specific topic.
This resource prepares Overseas Trained Physicians for practice in Australia.
This resource helps trainees develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to deliver effective health care to young people.
This resource helps trainees develop a minimum level of knowledge and skills in Palliative Medicine Pain Management.
This collection contains resources covering a range of addiction disorders, including drug and alcohol addiction.
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