Education publications and reports
Each year the RANZCP compiles a variety of reports, submissions or studies on the psychiatry training program. Listed below are the RANZCPs recent submissions and reports. The historical reports provided to the Australian Medical Council/Medical Council of New Zealand are also available. The annual and mid-year education activities reports are also available. Recently completed studies have also been included. For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org and direct your enquiry to the Education Team.
2012 Fellowship Program - Stage 1 and Stage 2 Evaluation Report
In late 2015, the College sent out surveys to all Stage 1 and Stage 2 trainees’ and supervisors actively involved in the 2012 Fellowship program. The surveys were focused on the evaluation and implementation of the 2012 Fellowship program. The results and recommendations have been collated in the attached summary report.
2012 Fellowship Program Evaluation Report - 2014
In 2014, the College completed a comprehensive evaluation of the initial implementation of the 2012 Fellowship program with trainees, supervisors and Directors of Training, The outcomes are summarised in the following report. This report includes the outcomes of the focus groups and surveys, along with key actions and recommendations.
Education Activities Report
The 2017 Training and Assessment update provides the most recent data on training numbers, assessment pass rates, training progression, specialist pathways, CPD participation and workforce numbers.
The 2016 Education Activities Report aims to provide an overview of trend analysis in training and assessments as well as Continuing Porfessional Development. This report also includes key achievements and future goals.
Annual Training Surveys Reports
The trends from the training surveys conducted between 2011–2013 are summarised in the following reports:
The results from the training surveys conducted in December 2013 are summarised in the following reports:
Admission to Fellowship Survey
The results and analysis from the 2015 admission to Fellowship survey are summarised in the following report alongside key recommendations
Posters from Congress 2013:
Trajectory to Fellowship
Gosbell A, Jurd S, Fletcher S. Trajectory to fellowship: an analysis of the current pathway to becoming a psychiatrist. Australasian Psychiatry 2013. .View article