- Training information including curriculum and program handbooks
- Important Interim changes to program requirements in RACP Endocrinology Training
APEG Training Committee and RACP Advanced Training (ATC) Committee In Endocrinology
- Training and the ATC Paediatric Endocrinology
- The APEG representatives on the ATC Committee
- Phil Bergman
- Shubha Srinivasan
- To contact either of these persons, please look up contact details in the members section of the website (Members directory)
- For queries about RACP training administrative matters, please contact the RACP endocrinology secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
- RACP ATC Trainee Representative
- Dr Jasmine Zhu (once logged in as a member you can find contact details below)
APEG Trainee Representatives
- These trainees sit on the APEG Training Subcommittee and are a contact for trainees wishing to raise an issue with APEG
- Dr Gabby Atlas
- To contact the APEG trainee representative, please look up contact details in the members section of the website (Members directory)
- The committee has up to two positions for trainees on the committee and at this time only one position is filled. We would encourage all trainees to consider this important role, and if interested, to send an expression of interest to the APEG secretariat.
- APEG Educational Resources (within members section of this website)
- Within this section are recordings of 3 years of APEG Fellows schools presentations
- ESPE e-Learning
- Melbourne-wide Endocrinology and Journal Club (Predominately adult endocrinology content)
- Recorded meetings sponsored by Sandoz: www.endo-today.org (Username: endotoday, Password: endo)
- Physician e-learning module launched to help integrate genomics into clinical care
A new elearning module has been launched to introduce physicians in Australia and New Zealand to clinical genomics.
The module was developed by Garvan’s Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics (KCCG) in partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).
This interactive resource includes case studies, quizzes, tools and video interviews with physicians from a range of specialties who are already engaged in this field. It covers:
- The structure and function of the human genome
- The sequencing and testing process
- Some current applications in healthcare
- Discussing testing and results with patients and their families
- Ordering a genomic test or referring to genetics services
- Interpreting a genomic report
- Key ethical, legal and social issues
It draws upon expertise from Garvan genomics teams and a working group appointed by the RACP, including genetic and non-genetic specialists and members from the Human Genetics Society of Australasia’s (HGSA) clinical geneticist, genetic counsellor and laboratory scientist special interest groups.
‘Clinical Genomics for Physicians’ is hosted the RACP’s elearning platform and can be accessed for free after registration: https://elearning.racp.edu.au
- Advanced Practice in Endocrinology Nursing (2019)
- RACP Hormone School: This series of monthly one hour lectures is aimed at Endocrinology Advanced Trainees and Fellows. Sessions run monthly on a Tuesday from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. These session are delivered via videoconference. Presentations are recorded and can be accessed through Online Learning Resources @ RACP.CLICK HERE for the link to the login screen.
- The Australian Paediatric Research Network (APRN). An excellent website with resources section including:
- There is a Whatsapp group for Trainees.
- For details of how to join, please login as a member and you will find the details on the page below
- The APEG Social Media Policy can be found below once you have logged in as a member
Genomic Testing for Childhood Syndromes
- Please see links to a series to educate paediatricians on genomic testing for childhood syndromes, there are the four videos and slides that have been uploaded to the Centre for Genetics Education (CGE) website.
- The videos can be accessed here or at https://www.genetics.edu.au/health-professionals/health-professionals/genomics-1/intellectual-disability-genomic-testing on the CGE website.
- Please note the videos are best viewed on Google or Google Chrome – they cannot be viewed on Internet explorer.
- They are hoping to track usage and feedback on these materials and the CGE has uploaded a survey for paediatricians to complete.
- Resources related to the video content can also be found on the CGE website here.
Last comprehensive update completed on 24 October 2018.