Changes to the ACRRM Specialist Pathway
As of the 24th November 2020 ACCRM have advised of changes to the ACRRM Specialist Pathway. A revised Specialist Pathway Guide has been published and a revised Application form. The most significant changes are: Codified list revision – removal of South Africa qualification M Prax Med and the addition of…
As of the 24th November 2020 ACCRM have advised of changes to the ACRRM Specialist Pathway.
The most significant changes are:
- Codified list revision – removal of South Africa qualification M Prax Med and the addition of FCFP
- Assessment criteria revision
- A requirement for doctors on the ACRRM Specialist Pathway to work in a rural health service (MM4-7 location)
New applications will need to meet these requirements.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
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