Information about the Master Medicine ( Critical Care) received from the Australasian College For Emergency Medicine (ACEM), Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA), College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM):
The following units of study have been approved for the purpose of fulfilling the Trainee Research Requirement: CEPI5100 Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology CRIT5008 Evidence and Ethics in Critical Care PUBH5018 Introductory Biostatistics. This unit can be undertaken as a general elective for the completion of the Graduate Diploma or Master Medicine (Critical Care Medicine).
Please note that ANZCA have recently announced changes to the Scholar Role.
The Graduate Diploma in Medicine (Critical Care Medicine) and the Master of Medicine (Critical Care Medicine) satisfy the requirements for Scholar Role B provided that the compulsory unit, CEPI5100 Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology and the capstone unit, CRIT5008 Evidence and Ethics in Critical Care have been completed. Pre-approval must be sought but will be granted automatically for these courses.
Successful completion of the Master Medicine (Advanced)(Critical Care Medicine) option would also satisfy the requirements, provided that the work produced was accepted for publication.
However, any trainees who have not applied for an option B activity by the start of the 2017 HEY, but would like to, must apply to the Scholar Role Sub-Committee by March 31, 2017, otherwise trainees must complete option A of the scholar role activities as detailed on the College web site.
The Advanced option of the Master Medicine (Critical Care) may be undertaken to fulfill the requirements of the Formal Project.