RANZCO is the training college, professional body and membership organisation for ophthalmologists in Australia and New Zealand. Our membership includes around 95 per cent of ophthalmologists in Australia and New Zealand, as well as trainees and allied health professionals. RANZCO members, including trainees, are held to a standard of professional practice as encapsulated in the Code of Conduct.
RANZCO provides a range of training opportunities and resources for future ophthalmologists, including vocational training, industry updates, events, a quarterly magazine and a regular scientific journal.
As well as all the information available on the public RANZCO website, by signing in RANZCO trainees have access to exclusive information and resources, including all of our journals, the RANZCO Clinical Audit Tool (RCAT), ReD (the RANZCO e-Diary) and exam registration.
RANZCO is also committed to fostering places of work and training where people feel included and valued. The Diversity and Inclusion Committee takes the lead in suggesting initiatives to the Board and Council that further these aims. RANZCO expects all Fellows, associates, trainees and employees to abide by the Policy on Diversity and Inclusion. See here for more information on RANZCO’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Each year, the Medical Board of Australia releases the Medical Training Survey (MTS). The MTS gathers feedback to improve medical training across all specialties in Australia. RANZCO believes it is vitally important for all trainees to complete this survey, and the following video from TRG Chair Dr Tom Campbell and Censor-in-Chief Dr Justin Mora explains why.
Last updated: August 7, 2020