Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine

Clinical Practice

Statistics and information - Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine

Number of specialists - QLD

Number of new fellows - QLD

Number of specialists - AUS

Number of new fellows - AUS

Average weekly hours
QLD

Average Age
QLD

% Aged 60+
QLD

Proportion Female/Male - QLD

Male
Female

Location - QLD

Regional
Major cities

Public/Private QLD

Private
Public

Number of trainees - QLD

Number of new trainees - QLD

Number of trainees - AUS

Number of new trainees - AUS

2021 QLD Training Program Selections (First Year)

Eligible Applications Received
Applicants Selected

The data on this page compares the number of applicants that were selected to commence their first year of training in Queensland in 2021 to the total number of eligible applications*

The data was sourced from the relevant medical specialist college, or from selection committees coordinated by a Queensland Health pathway/network, or an individual facility.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

This data reflects a point in time figure for the selection of applicants commencing the first year of an accredited training program in the 2021 clinical year.

* eligible applications are determined by selection committees according to the eligibility criteria and required documentation prescribed by the relevant medical specialist college.

The data on this page compares the number of applicants that were selected to commence their first year of training in Queensland in 2021 to the total number of eligible applications.

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PGY new trainees - QLD

Proportion Female/Male - QLD

Female
Male

Length of Training

6 years full-time

Method of Allocation

College-selected trainees may be allocated to a training post by:

  • College
  • Queensland Health pathway/network (centrally coordinated)
  • Queensland Health facility (accredited for training)

Training and assessment summary

The Queensland Intensive Care Training Pathway oversees the recruitment, selection and allocation of intensive care medicine trainees to accredited adult and paediatric intensive care units across Queensland. Trainees are appointed to a pathway training hospital for 6 to 12 months.

Training program overview

Paediatric intensive care training incorporates core and transition training to achieve all required competencies and demonstrate all the values, attitudes and aptitudes required of a specialist in paediatric intensive care medicine. Upon completing all requirements of the training program, trainees may apply for admission to Fellowship of the College of Intensive Care Medicine (FCICM).

Eligibility

Applicants must hold registration with the Medical Board of Australia, have successfully completed a 12 month internship, have completed 6 months of supervised experience in an intensive care unit (or Foundation Year training) within the last 3 years and provide 3 structured references.

Flexibility

Minimum 40% of full-time commitment.

Interrupted training

Allowed however must be prospectively approved and will be individually assessed.

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