Event Information
Case Based Discussion (CBD) Aug - Dec 2017
01/08/2017 to 31/12/2017
$1876.60 for Member
6 PRPD

Case Based Discussion (CBD) Aug - Dec 2017

Applicants must be enrolled in one of the following pathways to enrol in any ACRRM assessment:

a) ACRRM Independent Pathway (IP)
b) Vocational Preparation Pathway(VPP)
c) Remote Vocational Training Scheme(RVTS)

ACRRM registrars enrolled in any of these pathways must have completed:

·         two years of ACRRM training or have been awarded two years for recognition of prior learning, prior to enrolling for CBD (i.e. in year three or four of training).

d) IMG Specialist Pathway

Prior to enrolling, doctors enrolled in this pathway must have completed a portion of their peer review period as specified in their requirements.

e) All applicants must have current medical registration and be current financial members of ACRRM.

f) Applicants are encouraged to discuss with their medical educator readiness for assessment prior to enrolling.

g) While the order of assessment is not prescribed, the recommended order is MSF, MCQ, CBD and then StAMPS.

Case Based Discussion assessment

In 2017 all candidates irrespective of the year they commenced training are required to meet revised assessment requirements for summative CBD and formative miniCEX.

Submission of case notes

New rules around submission of case notes for the Case Based Discussion (CBD) assessment will be implemented from 2017. Candidates are required to submit all twelve (12) case notes up front prior to the CBD sessions being scheduled. Candidates enrolling in 2017 need to ensure they submit their twelve case notes by:

·         First semester 2017A -  by the 17th March 2017

·         Second semester 2017B – by the 21st July

 

 If you are unable to meet these requirements or have limited availability in the semester to undertake the assessment sessions we suggest you not enrol until you can meet these requirements.

If cases are not received by the due date ACRRM cannot guarantee completion of the required three sessions by the end of the semester and this may result in withdrawal from the assessment.

Your key resource for CBD is:

The Handbook for Fellowship Assessment

Fees may be subject to review and ACRRM reserves the right to adjust fees each semester.

 

Provider Information
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Assessment Team
61 07 31058200
61 07 31058299
assessment@acrrm.org.au
Level 2, 410 Queen Street
BRISBANE CITY
QLD, 4000