This is an exciting opportunity for members who are interested in developing and implementing a best practice advanced training pathway for speciality practice in IR and INR, within the RANZCR framework. There are two positions available, one interventional radiologist and one interventional neuroradiologist.

The working group will develop and implement specialist training pathways in IR and INR within the College framework that meets the Australian Medical Council and Medical Council of New Zealand requirements for recognition of specialty practice and accreditation standards. This work will lead to a College endorsed professional qualification in IR and INR.
The working group reports to the Interventional Radiology Committee (IRC) and Professional Practice Committee (PPC). Please see the Terms of Reference for further information.

Specialty Clinical radiology; interventional radiology; interventional neuroradiology

Commitment Meetings via teleconference with one face-to-face meeting, with progress reports due from the working group to the IRC and PPC quarterly, along with out of hours work reviewing documents, providing expert advice and other projects.

Eligibility Criteria This is an exciting opportunity for members who are practicing in interventional radiology and interventional neuroradiology. We are looking for a range of experience, including development and/or review of medical training and education pathways, knowledge of medical education principles, development of policies, clinical guidelines, accreditation requirements and an interest in quality and standards.

How to apply Please send your CV and complete the Expression of Interest form with a short statement (no more than 300 words) outlining your interest in and the skills you bring to the working group to  interventional@ranzcr.edu.au. For further information please contact the IRC Secretariat, Vanessa Banda on Vanessa.Banda@ranzcr.edu.au.
Applications close Wednesday 27 May 2020.