The FPM Procedures Endorsement Program (PEP) curriculum defines the required learning, teaching and assessment of FPM endorsees. This guide contains all references in the curriculum, including those available through the ANZCA library.
What to expect from the guide
The guide has been structured into two sections.
The first section is sub-divided into three (3) tabs - one for each procedure area:
The second section is comprised of one additional category (or tab):
The online portfolio system allows endorsees to access their logbook, online assessment forms and a number of data reports in the one system. Note: You will need to log in to access the system.
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