Haematology


Australia

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Haematology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.

There is a centralised appointment process for clinical and laboratory Haematology training registrars in ACT/NSW which is administered by NSW Ministry of Health. Advertisements are generally posted in July on NSW Health website (https://nswjmo.erecruit.com.au/) with applications due in late July each year. If any posts become vacant during the year priority will be given to Trainees who originally applied according to their rank at interview.

For further information please contact the current convenor Dr William Stevenson on 02 9926 7111 or email william.stevenson@health.nsw.gov.au

There is a centralised matching process for Haematology Advanced Training positions which is run by a committee called the Centralised Appointments Process – Haematology Advanced Training (CAP-HAT) committee. The positions are advertised online via the RCPA and RACP websites, and HSANZ in June each year. Applications close mid-August. Each position is listed on the RCPA website and allocated an individual CODE. Applicants wishing to apply must do so using the Online Application Cover Sheet and submit their Cover Letter and a copy of their CV. International Medical Graduates will need to supply their evidence of their Australian Medical Council Certification (AMC).

For further information please contact Isabelle Sawtell on HAT@rcpa.edu.au

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Haematology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.

There is a centralised appointment process for haematology advanced trainees in Queensland. Appointments to the Queensland Haematology Training Programme are co-ordinated by the Medical Support Unit, Pathology Queensland in conjunction with the State Director of Haematology.

Contact: Dr Rebecca Adams, Coordinator - Haematology Training in Queensland (rebeccaa@rcpa.edu.au)

How to apply

Positions are advertised through the Queensland Health RMO Campaign at http://www.health.qld.gov.au/rmo/default.asp and also on the RCPA website.

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Haematology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.

There is a centralised matching process for Haematology Advanced Training positions which is run by a committee called the Centralised Appointments Process – Haematology Advanced Training (CAP-HAT) committee. The positions are advertised online via the RCPA and RACP websites, and HSANZ in June each year. Applications close mid-August. Each position is listed on the RCPA website and allocated an individual CODE. Applicants wishing to apply must do so using the Online Application Cover Sheet and submit their Cover Letter and a copy of their CV. International Medical Graduates will need to supply their evidence of their Australian Medical Council Certification (AMC).

For further information please contact Isabelle Sawtell on HAT@rcpa.edu.au

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Haematology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.

There is a centralised matching process for Haematology Advanced Training positions which is run by a committee called the Centralised Appointments Process – Haematology Advanced Training (CAP-HAT) committee. The positions are advertised online via the RCPA and RACP websites, and HSANZ in June each year. Applications close mid-August. Each position is listed on the RCPA website and allocated an individual CODE. Applicants wishing to apply must do so using the Online Application Cover Sheet and submit their Cover Letter and a copy of their CV. International Medical Graduates will need to supply their evidence of their Australian Medical Council Certification (AMC).For further information please contact Isabelle Sawtell on HAT@rcpa.edu.au


What is Haematology

 

Laboratory and Clinical

Launceston
CLINIC_1 (59 kB)
CLINIC_1.DOC (22 kB)
CLINIC_2 (22 kB)
LABHAE_1 (9.4 kB)
LAUNCE_1 (434 kB)
Royal Children's Hospital
2021RC_1.DOC (87 kB)
Royal Hobart Hospital
2022_C_1 (642 kB)
CLINIC_1.DOC (69 kB)
LABINF_1.DOC (76 kB)
RHH_CL_1 (69 kB)


Laboratory

Alfred Health
Austin Health
Austin Lab TT (153 kB)
Australian Clinical Labs
Dorevitch Pathology
Eastern Health
Melbourne Pathology
LABINF_2 (205 kB)
MELBOU_1 (77 kB)
Monash Health
MONASH_2 (210 kB)
Northern Health
Royal Darwin Hospital
St Vincent’s Hospital
VCCC


Clinical

Alfred Peninsular Monash Health
Austin Health
Austin Clin TT (115 kB)
Austin Clinical (71 kB)
Barwon Health
TRAINE_1 (1.2 MB)
Eastern Health
Epworth Health
Northern Health
St Vincent's Hospital
SVHMCL_1.DOC (167 kB)
VCCC
Western Health

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Haematology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.


New Zealand

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Immunopathology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.


South East Asia

Please refer to the laboratories accredited for training for sites which are accredited for registrar training in Immunopathology.

Occasionally vacant registrar positions are also posted in the Job listings.

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