RANZCP Education and Training Reports
Each year the RANZCP compiles a variety of reports, submissions, or studies on the psychiatry training program. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and direct your enquiry to the Education and Training Team.
Education Annual Report
The Annual Education Report (previously called Education Activities Report) is the reporting of educational activities at the RANZCP. The report is produced to provide trends in enrolment, training numbers, assessment outcomes, new Fellows, certificates of advanced training, and other topics related to the RANZCP educational outcomes.
Training and Assessment update
The Training and Assessment update is a snapshot overview of data published twice per year to monitor RANZCP educational outcomes during the year to be later included in the Education Annual Report.
This is a series of papers that provide information on specific College evaluation activities conducted as part of the continuous quality improvement process implemented in the RANZCP Fellowship program.
RANZCP Trainee Exit Survey
The Exit Survey provides the views of Trainees and SIMGs who have completed the Fellowship Program on their learning experiences and perceptions of the training they received.
Peer Review Group (PRG) Survey
RANZCP Peer Review Group (PRG) Coordinators are surveyed annually to assist the RANZCP to monitor peer review trends, ensure PRGs are functioning with appropriate supports, and to potentially influence Mental Health policy.
Deidentified data is also collated and reported to maintain the qualified privilege which protects PRG discussions as Protected Quality Assurance Activities.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Reports
This is a series of papers that provide information on specific evaluation activities as part of the continuous quality improvement process implemented in the CPD program.
EPA Literature Review
The EPA literature review was conducted in late 2021 and provides information on global best practice of the development of EPAs as an element of competency-based medical education.
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