Important information for registrars June 2019

• The training programme manual is now replaced by the “completing the training programme” pages on the website. The accreditation manual 2017 is no longer extant.
• Online urgent care course – module 1 has been updated. The other modules will not be edited until AFTER the 2019 UCPEX.
• CNA requirement – you should be submitting your first clinical notes audit within three months, and achieve a pass BEFORE attending UCPEX 2019.
• The checklist of skills to be assessed at the Skills Demonstration and Assessment Weekend (SDAW) will be released within the next 10 days to those who have booked to attend.
• The Education Committee have approved the decision that Core Skills List sign-off is a compulsory part of the training programme.

Recertification review

As part of our strategy, and coincidentally at the same time that MCNZ wish to strengthen recertification, we are undertaking a review of our recertification requirements.  Registrars should note that they too are required to complete this programme.  The DPD has developed an in-depth survey, which members will have received in the last few days.  This is your opportunity to let us know what you think about the current programme, and what you’d like to see in the future.

Registrars – Skills Demonstration and Assessment Weekend (SDAW) 24 and 25 August

Attendance at the SDAW is optional but highly recommended. Those who attended last year said that it was well worth attending. The SDAW covers a range of clinical practical skills that are important to master. It is organised in similar format to the OSCE and as such lets you become familiar with the OSCE venue and format, giving you one less thing to be concerned about.

Recertification manual now embedded in website

We have completed the transfer of the recertification manual, and the elements of the training programme manual that referred to recertification, to the website. Requirements are now embedded in a series of pages, starting with the introduction page ( ). You can save each page as a pdf if you wish to retain a hard copy. Relevant forms and more detailed instructions are available through links on the pages.