Registrar in Psychiatry (RANZCP Accredited)

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    Physician, Psychiatrist

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    about 2 months ago

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Commencing as soon as possible, registrars roles in Psychiatry to join a team of 9 working in the Northern Region Psychiatry Training Programme.

These roles offer:
  • considerable success in providing comprehensive training to Registrars enabling them to gain Fellowship of the RANZCP.
  • runs in acute inpatient psychiatry, community adult psychiatry, crisis work, Māori mental health, child and youth mental health, consultation-liaison psychiatry, psychiatry for older adults, rural psychiatry and medical administration psychiatry.
  • excellent consultant support and access to regular local teaching and participation in teaching through the Northern Region training scheme.
  • RMOs looking for experience in psychiatry but not formal accredited training are also welcome to apply.

Duties include:
  • Provide services to the Acute Inpatient and Community Mental Health services under the supervision of the Consultant.
  • Review all inpatients and outpatients.
  • Confer with the Consultant immediately for any clinical situation involving substantial risk beyond  level of clinical expertise.
  • Conduct Outpatient Clinics
  • Attend meetings as follows: Daily MDT meetings, Weekly Community MDT meeting, Bimonthly administrative meetings with Clinical Director and Consultant Psychiatrists Weekly Journal Club / CME.
  • Participating on the on-call roster working with the Crisis Team

  • General registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand or eligibility for this
  • Previous experience in psychiatry

  • salary - national pay scale for RMOS
  • 6 weeks annual leave
  • Excellent CME and supervision / clinical training
  • Contracts for a minimum of 6 months up to 36 months.

If you are interested in this role, please submit your CV for immediate consideration with details of three referees.