2024 Training Year - Haematology Pathology Registrar (Single Fellowship) at Northern Regional Alliance (NRA), Auckland
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
These positions are in the regional training rotation programme with Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Auckland Region Districts comprising Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Te Toka Tumai Auckland, Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Waitematā and Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Counties Manukau Districts.
- Applications open on 12 May and close at 5pm on 09 June 2023
- Protected training time, reimbursed training costs and supportive learning environment
- Work in New Zealand’s largest hospitals!
As Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand, there is plenty for you and your family to do here. Whether it’s dining at one of our world class restaurants, surfing our beautiful beaches or hiking through our lush forests, we have something for everyone! Working as an Auckland Doctor means that you have the opportunity to rotate at any one of our three main hospitals as well as in New Zealand Blood service.
Our Training Programme
The Auckland training program is accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA). To gain the FRCPA in haematology requires five years of accredited training. There are two pathways. Training may be undertaken fully according to the RCPA Fellowship program (FRCPA) or under a joint training program with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP). This position is open for trainees who would like to pursue a single fellowship (FRCPA only). The aim of the single Fellowship pathway is to equip trainees with the knowledge, skills and professional attitudes necessary to function as a specialist in the practice of laboratory haematology. The major emphasis is on laboratory practice, including a period of at least two years devoted to acquiring detailed knowledge and practical experience. No more than four years can be spent in any one laboratory. On completion of the Part I examination, trainees may continue in any general or sub-specialty area of haematology, e.g. molecular haematology or transfusion medicine. One year of the five may be spent in a branch of laboratory medicine other than haematology. During your training you will also be expected to do some clinical duties (e.g. on call after hours at the haematology in-patient ward and/or a haematology outpatient clinic).
Please check the RCPA college website to find our more information about working as a Pathology Registrar in Haematology.
You will need to meet the following criteria to be eligible:
- Applicants need to have completed at least 2 house officer’s years.It is desirable to have had some clinical experience in clinical haematology
- An interest in technical and scientific laboratory matters and sound clinical skills
- Interpretive and report writing skills
- Capacity to work as part of a medical team
- Eligibility for registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand. Check if you’re eligible here
Applications close: 5pm, 9 June 2023
Interviews held: 5 July 2023
Offers to successful applicants: 21 August 2023
Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Auckland Region Districts on behalf of Te Toka Tumai Auckland, Waitematā and Counties Manukau Districts is committed to seeing Aucklanders from every community and background share in a healthier future. To help us achieve this we need a talented diverse workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds who share our values and would greatly value seeing applicants from our Māori and Pacific communities
Come to Auckland - where we are training world class doctors.
Ngā taipitopito tūranga mahi | Job details
|Employer:||Northern Regional Alliance (NRA)|
|Position type:||Permanent Full time|
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