Curriculum

The Curriculum for the SET Program in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery consists of ten (10) surgical topics of equal weighting, six (6) essential surgical competencies (also referred to as non-technical skills) and surgical sciences and principles.

SET trainees are provided a copy of the Curriculum upon entry into the SET programme. Trainers and Supervisors can request a copy of the Curriculum from ASPS National Education and Training Manager; education@plasticsurgery.org.au.

Section 1 – PRS Surgical Sciences and Principles

1.1 Surgical Sciences Relevant to Plastic Surgery

1.2 Plastic Surgery Principles and Techniques

Section 2 – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Competencies

2.1 Malignancies of Skin and Soft Tissue

2.2 Other Skin and Soft Tissue

2.3 Burn and Cold Injury

2.4 Aesthetic Surgery

2.5 Craniomaxillofacial Surgery

2.6 Head and Neck

2.7 Hand and Upper Limb

2.8 Breast Reconstruction

2.9 Chest, Truck and Perineum

2.10 Lower Limb Trauma and Reconstruction

Section 3 – Essential Surgical Competencies (non-technical competencies)

3.1 Communication

3.2 Teamwork and Collaboration

3.3 Management and Leadership

3.4 Health Advocacy

3.5 Scholarship and Teaching

3.6 Professionalism and Ethics

Appendices

Appendix 1: Paediatric Plastic Surgery

Appendix 2: Microsurgery

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