14 Fellowship Support

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) is committed to supporting doctors on their pathway to fellowship and can assess individual needs to provide tailored support.

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) is committed to supporting doctors on their pathway to fellowship and can assess individual needs to provide tailored support.

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For more information please contact our recruitment team

recruit@nswrdn.com.au  02 4924 8000 

RDN understands every Non-Vocationally Registered Doctor’s objective is to achieve fellowship. Exam preparation is key to achieving the best outcome and therefore, we want to ensure you have access to the appropriate support and funding to help be best prepared.

Support includes:

  • considering your individual needs
  • connecting you with the appropriate course(s) to maximise your learning outcomes
  • providing you with funding through RDN’s Health Workforce Scholarship Program to support your development needs (if eligible).

Doctors who can benefit from fellowship support include:

  • doctors with Australian citizenship or Australian permanent residency enrolling, or enrolled, on the Rural Locum Relief Program for up to four years
  • Non-Vocationally Registered Doctors with temporary residency not enrolled on a 3GA program, or those working independently toward fellowship
  • doctors enrolled on the Five-Year Overseas Trained Doctors Scheme.
Information correct as at November 2018

For more information please contact our recruitment team

recruit@nswrdn.com.au  
www.nswrdn.com.au
02 4924 8000 

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