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Public Health Physician highlights CPD benefits

Date published
19 Feb 2019
Description
RACP Member and Public Health Physician Dr Sharon O'Rourke explains why CPD (Continuing Professional Development) is a cornerstone of a specialist's career.

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Cervical screening questions answered

Date published
13 Feb 2019
Description
The latest episode of Pomegranate Health answers questions that women and health professionals have about the HPV-based National Cervical Screening Program.

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New opportunity for Supervisors

Date published
11 Feb 2019
Description
Supervisors can refresh and update their knowledge of the research project requirements, and the research process in general, by accessing a new eLearning@RACP course.

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New Zealand Trainee's Day early bird rates on offer

Date published
07 Feb 2019
Description
Join colleagues from across the RACP at the New Zealand (NZ) Trainees' Day on Saturday, 6 April 2019 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Queenstown.

Value of multisource feedback highlighted

Date published
06 Feb 2019
Description
Dr Peter Roberts is an internal medicine specialist, prevocational educational supervisor and postgraduate mentor. Based at Wellington Hospital in New Zealand (NZ), Dr Roberts is also the RACP NZ CPD Director. He answered our CPD questions.

RACP Fellows honoured

Date published
30 Jan 2019
Description
Congratulations to the 35 RACP Fellows recognised in the 2019 Australia Day and New Zealand New Year Honours lists. We would also like to congratulate Dr Sue Packer AM who is the 2019 Senior Australian of the Year recipient.

Forum engages New Fellows and Advanced Trainees

Date published
29 Jan 2019
Description
New Fellows and later stage Advanced Trainees gathered at the RACP Victorian Office, remotely and in person, to attend a New Fellows and Advanced Trainee Forum on Saturday, 24 November 2018.

Clinical audit a key CPD activity for paediatrician

Date published
22 Jan 2019
Description
Associate Professor Sue Skull discusses the importance of CPD and her passions.

Rural Fellows can apply for CPD grants

Date published
14 Jan 2019
Description
Grants worth up to $10,000 are on offer to RACP Fellows living and working in rural and remote Australia.

Develop your Quality and Safety knowledge

Date published
10 Jan 2019
Description
Our new eLearning resource aims to help you create a culture of quality and safety in healthcare settings.

Delve deeper into disruption discussion

Date published
02 Jan 2019
Description
Join Professor Des Gorman and consumer advocates for an in-depth discussion about disruption in healthcare.

Read RACP Quarterly December 2018/January 2019 online now

Date published
20 Dec 2018
Description
Download the December 2018/January 2019 edition of RACP Quarterly to read.

Our Policy & Advocacy wins in 2018

Date published
18 Dec 2018
Description
From securing a review of regulations governing the artificial stone benchtop industry, to implementing the most successful RACP social media campaign ever to get #kidsoffnauru – 2018 has seen RACP members secure a range of significant policy and advocacy achievements.

Future focus at ASM

Date published
18 Dec 2018
Description
Looking into the future was the focus of the recent South Australian Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Internal Medicine Journal – December 2018 edition

Date published
07 Dec 2018
Description
You can now read the December 2018 of the Internal Medicine Journal (IMJ).

Register now to boost genomics knowledge

Date published
30 Nov 2018
Description
A new elearning module is available to introduce physicians in Australia and New Zealand to the emerging field of clinical genomics.

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Take advantage of online Supervisor support

Date published
23 Nov 2018
Description
Engaging online courses to support supervisors when overcoming challenges, handling feedback and teaching on the run are being offered throughout 2019.

Listen to our 'Targeting diabetes' podcast now

Date published
23 Nov 2018
Description
Dr Paul Drury and Professor Sophia Zoungas discuss diabetes in the latest Pomegranate Health podcast.

“Amazing opportunity to broaden opportunities”

Date published
21 Nov 2018
Description
Dr Dawn-Louise Adair is encouraging eligible candidates to apply for RACP Indigenous Health Scholarships currently on offer. A previous recipient, Dr Adair spoke with us about her experience and provided an update on her career.

Delivering tailored healthcare to remote communities

Date published
08 Nov 2018
Description
A fly-in, fly-out paediatric outreach clinic being delivered by paediatricians, RACP paediatrics trainees and medical students is increasing access to vital healthcare in the small Aboriginal community of Woorabinda in Central Queensland.
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