Working as a Doctor in Australia
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Working as a Doctor in Australia Overview
There are three pathways for doctors who are seeking registration to practice medicine in Australia must follow one of it, regardless of which pathway the doctor will follow All IMGs must apply for primary source verification of their medical qualifications through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) Electronic Portfolio of International Credentials (EPIC).
• Standard Pathway
• Competent Authority Pathway
• Specialist Pathway
Here is a guideline for each pathway
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Working as a Doctor in Australia Apply Process
The AMC examinations are set at the level of attainment of medical knowledge, clinical skills, and attitudes required of newly qualified graduates of Australian medical schools who are about to begin intern training.
They consist of a computer adaptive test (CAT) multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination, and either an AMC Clinical examination or Workplace-based assessment. Your examination status must be recorded as “Eligible” to be able to proceed with the AMC examinations process (refer to flowchart below):
• The AMC CAT MCQ Examination tests knowledge of the principles and practice of medicine in the fields of general practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, surgery, obstetrics, and gynecology.
• The AMC Clinical Examination assesses clinical skills in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry. It also assesses the ability to communicate with patients, their families, and other health workers.
• The AMC Workplace-Based Assessment – before applying for a WBA program directly to a WBA provider, you must have passed the AMC CAT MCQ Examination and granted registration by the Medical B