Log in to the RANZCO e-Diary (Surgical Logbook)

Log in to the RANZCO e-Diary (Surgical Logbook)

These instructions are intended for logging in via the RANZCO website 

Step 1. Go to the RANZCO website

Step 2. Click on 'To Portal' button

On the top right hand of RANZCO's website click on the 'To Portal' button

Step 3. Click on Log in button

Step 4. Enter username and password

If you have forgotten your username or password click here for more info.

After clicking the Log in button you will be taken to a Portal screen with a series of coloured tiles.

Step 5. Click on the 'RANZCO e-Diary' tile in your dashboard

You will be taken to your RANZCO e-Diary 
    • Related Articles

    • Log and Track your RMNoPs

      As part of the new programmatic assessment of VTP, the list of Required Minimum Number of Procedures [RMNoPs] outlined for Graduates of the RANZCO Vocational Training Program re­flect an expected minimum learning experience.   You must demonstrate ...
    • Need help? Log a support request in 3 easy steps

      If you have a support request or wish to provide feedback on ReD 2.0, please raise a ticket. Step 1: Click on the  in the portal or the ReD platform Step 2: Then click on the Tickets button.  Step 3: Enter your comments and submit. Some common ...
    • FAQs: ReD Best Practices

      ACCESS 1. How do I access ReD Accessing ReD is simple. Go to ranzco.edu and log into your portal account. You cannot miss the vibrant RANZCO e-Diary tile that leads you straight to your surgical log book.  Download the ReD App via the Appstore (iOS ...
    • ReD Dashboard

      There are currently four charts on the Surgical Logbook Dashboard: Logs by Training Posts Logs by Roles Logbook Entry Activity RMNoPs The first three current charts are there as a guide and show data for the 'current calendar year'. The RMNoP shows ...
    • Downloading Log Summary: PDF and CSV

      ReD 2.0 makes it easier for trainees to keep track of their experience, and further analyse it. You can now download a summary of your logs in two formats: PDFs and CSV. Where pdf summaries are a reporting requirement, CSVs can be used for further ...