A new 5-year RACP International Strategy is being developed and we’re seeking your advice and input.
We’ve identified 3 types of international engagement but we recognise this is a simplification of the breadth of our involvement in this important aspect of College life.
- Learn through Partnership | This includes benchmarking, research and teaching collaborations with selected international colleges and similar entities.
- Trusted Provider | Become an expert provider, including micro-credentialling, to doctors world-wide, especially in our regional environment.
- Global Health Supporter | We have rich and historical links with partner countries in our region. These are guided by RACP engagement principles.
We’re consulting with members to find out what they’re doing in the international space, what they feel we should be doing and how they view the future role of the RACP internationally.
If you're a RACP Member, we're keen to hear from you. Please let us know about:
- What activities are you engaged with in the international space that involve (or should involve) the College?
- Should there be a fourth (or more) type of international activity recognised?
- What do you think is important in shaping the future role of the RACP internationally?
About our work
The RACP International Strategy commits to the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a universal, global approach to reduce poverty, promote sustainable development and ensure the peace and prosperity of people across the world.