Doctors undertaking medical management responsibilities should seek specialist qualification and training with RACMA. If you are a skilled decision maker, team builder, strategic thinker and lead clinical and medical services in a health organisation, then you should consider training towards Fellowship in the specialty of Medical Administration. RACMA Fellowship is a specialist qualification recognised by the Australian and New Zealand Medical Councils.
The Medical Leadership and Management Curriculum focuses on the specific competencies needed for medical management and leadership practice. These competencies are organised around the seven CanMEDS roles. The central role is that of Medical Leader based on the foundation of medical expertise and supported by competencies embedded in the CanMEDS roles of Communicator, Collaborator, Health Advocate, Manager, Scholar and Professional. The Fellowship Training Program (FTP) is an integrated learning model divided into four key domains:-
Each of the Domains incorporates one or more of the College Curriculum’s eight role competencies and has a program of formative assessment activities and summative tasks, including oral examinations, training workshops, webinars, tutorials, written assignments and oral presentations.
For further information about entrance into the program including pre-requisites, please click HERE.