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New orientation and wellbeing resources for new trainees and SIMGs

08 February 2017
 
 
 

The College is committed to supporting the wellbeing of its trainees and specialist international medical graduates (SIMGs).

As part of a recent wellbeing project, the College has produced a reference guide and three-part video series.

These resources are aimed at proactively engaging with trainees and SIMGs, helping orient them to the College, highlight key resources available to them and promote their wellbeing throughout the training program.

Stay informed and on track

Staying-On-Track-cover.jpgThis is a new reference guide for psychiatry trainees and SIMGs on a pathway to Fellowship.

It provides information on:

  • the College
  • key training program contacts
  • tips on how to stay on track throughout the training program
  • advice from other trainees
  • tips on stress reduction, preventing burnout and promoting a healthy career–life balance.

.Download the Stay informed and on track reference guide 

 

Fellowship program orientation video series

Welcome to the College

Welcomes trainees and SIMGs to the College and provides information about the College, its structure and membership benefits.

Welcome to the Fellowship program

Welcomes trainees and SIMGs to the Fellowship program, provides information on key resources available, and highlights the support provided by supervisors and directors of training.

Staying on track

Promotes the mental health and wellbeing of trainees and SIMGs throughout the training program and provides an insight into what services and supports other people have found useful.

Questions, feedback or comments are welcome to membership@ranzcp.org.