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Our Specialty Training

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Malaysian doctors may pursue FMS training using the Irish College of General Practice (ICGP) curriculum and assessment. The curriculum is a contextualised version of the the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) curriculum. Assessment is by ICGP leading to MICGP (membership of ICGP), with all exams contextualised for Malaysia.

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.

Kindly Note:

  • MInTFM application will start on 4th Sept 2023.
  • Please look out for e-hlp application opening in the MOH website approx. this Aug/ Sept 2023.
  • Both applications MUST be completed accordingly for entry eligibility into the MInTFM 2024 intake.

Curriculum

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.

3 Essentials Components of MInTFM

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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.
  • Requirement: A broad range of experience from over at least 4 – 6 different disciplines relating to family Medicine.
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The Training Clinic Component
  • Each Family Physician (FP) trainee is allocated to a primary care clinic, under the supervision of a trainer.
  • Trainee’s experience under this component is essential for their development as a competent FP.
  • The trainee learns to appreciate the needs and demands of Family Medicine and how it differs from hospital practice.
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The Education Component
  • An essential, integral and central component in the training process.
  • Facilitated by the Scheme Directing Team in a small group format.
  • Augmented by live virtual classrooms and self-paced online learning modules.
  • Takes place over the full 4-year period of training.

Entry Requirements

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  • Completed internship and two years as Medical Officer and 3 years of complete SKT (Sasarana Kerja Tahunan) and LNPT (Laporan Nilai Prestasi Tahunan) at time of application to BPL.
  • Be registered with the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC).
  • The application is made online through MInTFM website
  • MUST APPLY SEPARATELY with Bahagian Pengurusan Latihan (BPL) TAWARAN D

Fees

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Covered by Bahagian Pengurusan Latihan (BPL), HLP (Permanent, and Biasiswa (Contract).
MUST APPLY SEPARATELY with BPL TAWARAN D.

Deposit Payment

RM 4,000
Deposit Refunded once sponsorship funding has been received by MInTFM.

* Fees include ICGP Assessment Exams for First Sitting

A Message From Our National Clinical Director

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Dr Cathy Cullen

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This is an exciting and innovative post graduate training programme leading to qualification as a Family Medicine Specialist. The programme was invited by the Ministry of Health in recognition of the value of primary care, and as an acknowledgement of what a strong workforce with FMS training can add to the overall health of a nation.

MInTFM works with an experienced enthusiastic team of committed Family Medicine Specialists, both as scheme directors and trainers. I encourage you to look closely at what this programme has to offer you and hope to welcome many of you to MInTFM in the near future.

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