The Perioperative Medicine Training Program is a 12 month program leading to a diploma. This guide contains resources intended to support those participating in the Diploma of Perioperative Medicine (DipPOM).
What to expect from the guide
The guide has been structured into two sections.
The first section is composed of three main categories (or tabs) covering the course curriculum:
Within each category you will find e-books, journals, articles, podcasts and videos, websites, as well links to other supporting guides.
The second section is comprised of three additional categories (or tabs):
These resources are predominantly e-books and multimedia resources with some supporting websites and articles.
Looking for additional rural health resources? Try the Perioperative Medicine SIG guide.
Diploma of perioperative medicine
Diploma of perioperative medicine curriculum
The current version of curriculum and the training handbook can be accessed below.
Perioperative Medicine Training Program Curriculum
Perioperative Medicine Handbook for Training
Find out more
To learn more about the Diploma of Perioperative Medicine, see the college page.
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