Basic Trainees within the Adult Medicine and Paediatrics training programs must have access to high quality online resources to support their journey to Fellowship. The CLS is a growing and interactive online resource, mapped against College curricula, and specifically targeted to the needs of Basic Trainees.

Note: Access to the College Learning Series is currently available for College members only. Please ensure that you are logging in using your MIN and password. If you are unable to access the resource, please contact digital.learning@racp.edu.au.

 

Format: 35-45 minute videos aimed at meeting the learning needs of Basic Trainees. Includes additional content such as quizzes, supporting slides, links to resources, and online discussion forums.
Authors: This resource was developed by Fellows of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Content: The CLS aims to provide content related to the standards of the Basic Training curricula for Adult Medicine and Paediatrics and Child Health. New content will be uploaded on a regular basis.
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Release Date: February 2018 Revised Date: Stated below each lecture

The aims of this series are to fulfil training needs not easily delivered through clinical teaching, provide access to specialists who are leaders in their field in Australia, and provide exposure to niche areas of the specialty where Australian expertise is concentrated in only a few centres nationally.

The content focus is heavily weighted on topics that trainees do not see so much of, or narrower aspects of common conditions, as would be expected at this level of training. In a deviation from the traditional didactic lecture, the contents will centre on questions pre-submitted by trainees, collated and then addressed by the presenter, in order to address gaps in knowledge.

Note: Access to the Hormone School is currently available for College members only. Please ensure that you are logging in using your MIN and password. If you are unable to access the resource, please contact digital.learning@racp.edu.au.

 

Format: 45-60 minute videos aimed at answering pre-submitted questions by trainees. Trainees are also welcome to discuss each video in online discussion forums.
Authors: This resource was developed by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Content: In a deviation from the traditional didactic lecture, the Hormone School contents will centre on trainee questions pre-submitted by trainees, collated and then addressed by the presenter, in order to address gaps in knowledge. Topics covered are endocrine cancer, ssteoporosis, nuclear medicine, pituitary, primary aldosteronism, bone disease, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), obesity, diabetes, growth hormone, fertility, thyroid, menopause, and transgender.
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Release Date: May 2020 Revised Date: Stated above each lecture

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians is dedicated to delivering high quality online education. RACP Online Congress Series is an online program of engaging, relevant, up-to-date content and educational resources, designed to support RACP members across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

Note: Access to RACP Online Congress Series is currently available for free to RACP members only. Please ensure that you are logging in using your MIN and password. If you are unable to access the resource, please contact digital.learning@racp.edu.au.

 

Format: On-demand, accessible content for flexible learning online. 30-60 minute videos, webinars, livestream recordings, and podcast sessions. RACP’s digital congress program, delivered by expert physicians and key opinion leaders for the RACP Online Congress Series.
Authors: This resource is part of the RACP Online Congress Series 2020.
Content: The RACP Online Congress Series aims to provide, high quality, accessible content to members from all specialities, by delivering up-to-date information on current and future health issues, including COVID-19. In line with the RACP Congress 2020 theme – Balancing medical science with humanity, the program is designed to help keep you informed of the latest research and issues impacting our profession. New sessions and content will be released from June through to December, in line with the series program.
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Release Date: June 2020 Revised Date: Stated below each lecture

RACPTV is home to the RACP's extensive collection of powerful and engaging educational videos.

Browse the RACPTV video library for videos covering a range of clinical and professional topics, including all of the videos from our online courses.

Note: Access to RACPTV is available for College members only. Please ensure that you are logging in using your MIN and password. If you are unable to access the resource, please contact digital.learning@racp.edu.au.

 

Format: 30-60 minute videos. Fellows and Trainees are welcome to discuss each video in online discussion forums.
Authors: This resource was developed by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Content: RACPTV aims to provide an extensive collection of powerful and engaging educational videos covering a range of clinical and professional topics, including all of the videos from our online courses.
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Release Date: July 2020 Revised Date: Stated below each lecture