Graduate Outcomes Statement

The Australian and New Zealand Plastic Surgery training programs aim to produce the highest quality Fellows who are capable of building on a tradition of skill and excellence in serving the community and the profession of surgery.

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The Australian Medical Council defines graduate outcomes as “the minimum learning outcomes in terms of discipline-specific knowledge, discipline-specific skills including generic skills as applied in the specialty discipline, and discipline-specific capabilities that the graduate of any given specialist medical program
must achieve.” (Accreditation criterion 2.3 of Standards for Assessment and Accreditation of Specialist Medical Programs and Professional Development Programs by the Australian Medical Council 2015)

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