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Medical postgraduate and vocational trainee

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METeOR identifier:Help on this term585802
Registration status:Help on this termIndependent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 17/08/2015
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A person who has graduated from a university medical course, completed their compulsory postgraduate years, gained a qualification to practice as a medical officer in Australia, and is commencing or undertaking vocational or postgraduate medical training.

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Medical postgraduate and vocational trainees may be employed by an establishment while undertaking clinical/professional education and training requirements for an accredited course.

Medical postgraduate and vocational trainees include:

  • Any person undertaking medical vocational training in a recognised medical speciality training program accredited by the Australian Medical Council. These trainees are also known as registrars.
  • Registrars in hospitals or health services undertaking medical vocational training in non-accredited training positions.
  • Any person undertaking training for a certificate or diploma qualification from a specialist medical college accredited by the Australian Medical Council.

Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this termIndependent Hospital Pricing Authority

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Medical postgraduate and vocational trainee—medical specialty type Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Retired 27/11/2017

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