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Candidates are exposed to, and tested in, contemporary health service administration and evaluation skills to equip them for lifelong learning in areas of the health systems in which they work..

All RACMA assessment tools have two elements:
  • summative assessment, i.e. assessment that impacts on progression through and completion of the training program. This includes completing a Case Study, presenting a Case Study and passing an oral examination. To pass the oral examination Candidates must satisfy the examiners that they are able to practice safely, effectively and unsupervised within the area of medical administration. They must demonstrate a good working and background knowledge of medical management and leadership, be able to achieve most tasks using their own judgment, cope with complex situations through deliberate analysis and planning and understand when and how to work with others who have complimentary expertise.
  • a formative element, i.e. they provide the Candidate with feedback on their progress in the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to complete the College training program.
     
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