Our Specialist Training
Malaysian doctors may pursue FMS training using the Irish College of General Practice (ICGP) curriculum and assessment. Managed and delivered by RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (RUMC), the programme will deliver a curriculum specifically adapted for the Malaysian context.
Delivery of the training will take place in local schemes. Delivery of training for each trainee will take place wholly within one scheme, undertaking both the two years in hospital practice and two years in Family Medicine clinics within the scheme.
MInTFM utilises the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) curriculum which defines the learning outcomes for the specialty of family medicine and describes the competences required to practice medicine as a family physician.
The Hospital Component
The first two years of general practice training will be taken place in a hospital setting under the direction of Training Scheme. A broad range of experience from 4 to 6 types of different disciplines related to family medicine is necessary.
The Training Clinic Component
Each FP trainee will be placed in a primary care clinic under an experienced trainer’s supervision to establish the fundamentals interpersonal development and medical skills requirements. You will be exposed to patients where you can learn and understand the importance of family medicine and how is it different from hospital practice.
The Education Component
The education programme forms an essential, integral and central component in the training process. The scheme consists of a day release course where it provides development of the trainee’s knowledge, skills and attitudes. This is facilitated by the Scheme Directing Team in a small group format. It is augmented by live virtual classrooms and self-paced online learning modules. This integrated course takes place over the full 4-year period of training.
Applicants must have completed their internship and registered under the Malaysian Medical Council. The application for this programme follows a centralised structured process through MInTFM. A structured application will be assessed and evaluated based on 3 criteria:
Qualifications and Awards
All the ineligible candidates will be removed at the beginning stage of the application. Meanwhile the selected ones, will be invited to a structured interview. All candidates will be evaluated based from the application (20%) and from the interview (80%). The location of training scheme placement will be determined by the rank/results.
Fees and Finances
RM25,000 per year / Fees include ICGP Exams
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