PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery

Introduction

The GSA Transplant Training Committee is responsible for the delivery of the PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery in Australia and New Zealand, the accreditation of hospital posts, and the supervision and assessment of Post Fellowship Trainees.

The PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery is governed by GSA’s policies and procedures of Post Fellowship Education and Training.

Transplantation is and will be carried out by General Surgeons, Urologists and Vascular Surgeons across Australia and New Zealand. It is hoped that this more defined program will facilitate the training of highly specialised transplant surgeons.

  Accreditation

  The PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery is a RACS accredited PFET Program.

 

 

 

 

GSA Transplant Training Committee

The GSA Transplant Training Committee is the overseer of the PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery, and reports directly to the GSA Board of Directors.

Below is a list of the current Training Committee Members.

Chair

Mr Michael Fink, FRACS

Deputy Chair

Mr Henry Pleass, FRACS

Committee Members

Mr Adam Bartlett, FRACS
Prof Jonathan Fawcett, FRACS
Dr Jerome Laurence, FRACS
Mr Alan Saunder, FRACS
Dr Nancy Suh, FRACS

2017 Training Fee

The GSA Board of Directors has approved the Training Fee of $2,500 (ex GST) for the 2017 PFET Program in Transplantation Surgery.

For all Transplant Training Program queries, please contact:

Elizabeth Pedersen
Executive Officer - PFET
General Surgeons Australia
Suite 15, 213 Greenhill Road
EASTWOOD  SA  5063

P +61 8 8274 3791
F +61 8 8373 7032
E liz.pedersen@generalsurgeons.com.au

 
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