FM Fellowship Programme
A 1-month clinical posting (or its equivalent of 40 sessions) of sub-specialty postings, which can be done anytime during the 2-year course. The scope of sub-specialty postings that one can choose from includes:
· Respiratory medicine
· Renal medicine
· Geriatric medicine
· Palliative care medicine
· Emergency medicine
· Sports medicine
· General surgery
· Orthopaedic surgery
Family medicine hospital posting:
· FMCC, SGH
· Community hospital
Obstetrics & Gynaecology posting
To enhance the training experience, there would be no restrictions posed on the number of different sub-speciality postings the trainee may choose to do.
Trainees will select cases that they have managed in their practice. Reflection and analysis on the cases selected will be done in the context of the principles and values of Family Medicine. The trainee must demonstrate how the application of the principles of Family Medicine in the management of the cases has improved the quality of care. Care co-ordination and integration between different health care providers must be demonstrated.
These are short weekend courses that are
organised by the trainees for themselves with the help of selected resource
persons. The course must be open to
members of the
Trainees are expected to be actively involved in the teaching of family medicine to medical students and junior trainees. In addition, trainees must be engaged in teaching Family Medicine in structured training programmes organized by the CFPS and log such activities. A minimum of 10 sessions is required.
Complete one research and/or an approved project which contributes to the advancement of Family Medicine within the FMFP training duration.