AMD eBulletin – 21 October 2022

A message from your President

G’day and kia ora

It has been a busy month at AMD with the College’s convocation ceremony, the Joint Scientific Meeting with the Hong Kong College of Physicians, advocacy regarding temporary changes in how the College managed Advanced Training Research Projects (ATRPs), and continuing discussions and advocacy relating to physician and medical workforce planning. Key in supporting such activities are our AMD Executive Committee and the dedicated College staff who support the AMD Council, including our very capable Senior Executive Officer, Lisa Helson, and Executive Officer, Luisa Muscat.

Meet your AMD representatives

I would like to introduce you to Dr Sharmila Chandran, one of my colleagues on the AMD Executive Committee. Sharmila wears so many hats in the College. We (I am sure my fellow AMDEX Members agree with me here) are amazed at how she finds the time to do it all!

Introducing Dr Sharmila Chandran

Sharmila ChandranMy name is Dr Sharmila R Chandran, and I am one of the members of the AMDEX Committee. My other roles within the college include being a Member Director on the Board, Chair of the Fellowship Committee, Chair of the Member Health and Wellbeing Committee, Congress Lead Fellow, and I recently joined the College Education Committee.

I am a renal physician based in Melbourne. Originally from Mauritius, I completed medical school in Melbourne before moving to the UK for basic physician training and obtained Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (MRCP). I then migrated back to Melbourne to undertake renal training and a PhD. At the end, accompanied by my young family, I undertook a clinical fellowship in Toronto.

For the last few years, I have focused on upskilling myself in leadership and managerial skills. I am passionate about positive change, and I am a strong advocate for transparent, fair and efficient processes.

RACP Hong Kong JSM

HKCP and RACP Joint Scientific Meeting 2022

Over the last six months we have been working closely with our colleagues from the Hong Kong College of Physicians (HKCP) to support the delivery of a joint HKCP-RACP Scientific Meeting, which was held in a hybrid format from Hong Kong on 15 to 16 October 2022.

I would like to say a special thanks to my AMD colleagues who participated in symposiums including:

  • Professor Fraser Brims who spoke on lung cancer screening
  • Dr James Shaw addressed how to prevent cardiovascular disease
  • Professor Gustavo Duque who covered osteoporosis and sarcopenia.

I would also like to thank my AMD Executive colleagues Professor Brian Wood and Associate Professor Janak de Zoysa who assisted with co-chairing sessions.

Such opportunities for collaboration help to reinforce the importance of collegiality in our profession that should, where feasible and reasonable, transcend international boundaries and politics.


It has been encouraging to see consultation and implementation of the federal government’s National Medical Workforce Strategy continue following the last election. The remit of this strategy is broad. However, those of you who may have followed this issue in the media will appreciate the government is necessarily focusing on the current perilous state of primary care and the general practice workforce. Additional areas include workforce outside our cities, and the broader issue of generalist skills in primary and specialist health care.

While our College may not be in ‘the business’ of primary care, we have a key role in supporting it through high quality, timely and local specialist services – focusing on multidisciplinary care and education. This is particularly the case for underserved communities. While much of the focus in this domain may fall on regional, rural, and remote healthcare, many members of AMD have highlighted how this issue also affects many outer metropolitan health services.

Training is a key point of leverage for the College in participating in the discourse regarding medical workforce numbers, composition and distribution. Thus, elements that AMD will be advocating for to inform the College’s response to this issue will include initiatives which focus on:

  • local training networks
  • dual training in a generalist and another specialty area
  • federal and jurisdictional trainee funding initiatives that allocate funding to the trainee rather than the clinical site.

In addition, in line with our workplan, we will continue to advocate for transparency and procedural fairness in the allocation process for advanced trainee selection.

Kapur Small Maguire editedConvocation

It was fantastic to have the opportunity to celebrate with our New Fellows and their families at the recent College convocation in Sydney. Congratulations to you all!

This was also a time to recognise the contribution of the Directors of Physician Education and the typically pro bono effort of Fellows in providing support to Basic and Advanced Training within the College and at training sites.

The future of our College rests on the efforts we all make in supporting training so that our New Fellows will graduate and continue to engage with the College into the future.

Advanced Training Research Projects

Finally, I would like to briefly mention the involvement of AMD in recent temporary changes in Advanced Training Research Projects (ATRPs). Given the interruptions of COVID-19 and delays in assessing ATRPs highlighted by AMD and other College Divisions, Faculties and Chapters, the College and the College Education Committee (CEC) has put in place temporary measures to ensure awarding of Fellowship is not delayed. I would like to highlight the key contributions of Brian Wood (AMD President-elect) and Anthony Deacon (AMD Advanced Trainee Representative) in advocating for this issue, and the College Board, CEC, and staff in responding constructively and quickly.

If you would like to discuss any of the above, I encourage you to reach out to me via the secretariat at or on the ROC.

In the interim, be kind to yourself and one another, and best wishes,

Professor Graeme Maguire
President, Adult Medicine Division

AChSHM President’s Post

Kia ora koutou,

The Training Committee in Sexual Health Medicine (TCSHM) is seeking to increase its review panel to assist with case study and/or project marking for Advanced Trainees. Marking guidelines with FAQs will be sent to new markers to assist the process. For more information on joining our marking panel, or to request an EOI form, please contact the Sexual Health Medicine Education Officers via email Please remember to submit your updated CV alongside your completed EOI form.

The 2022 AChSHM Indigenous Scholarship is open for applications until Monday, 31 October 2022. Please consider applying for this opportunity or forwarding it onto someone who you think may be interested.

Please save the date for the 2023 AChSHM Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) meeting to be held on Saturday, 18 March 2023. The ASM will be accompanied by the Annual Trainee Meeting on Friday, 17 March 2023. The ASM Organising Committee, led by Adjunct Professor Darren Russell, last met on 12 August 2022 to discuss the speaker and program details. Stay tuned for more information.

I encourage AChSHM Fellows to consider applying to represent on the AChSHM Committee, or forwarding the opportunity onto someone who may be interested. This is a great opportunity to contribute to and have your say on important Chapter matters. For more details on the position and to apply, please visit the website and submit your application by 31 October 2022.

The next AChSHM Committee meeting will be held on Thursday, 24 November 2022. If there are any items you would like to raise with the Committee, or if you have any feedback for us, please contact us through our secretariat at

Ka kite anō au i a koutou!

Dr Massimo Giola
Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine President

AChPM President’s Post

AProf Peter Poon

Hello and kia ora,

Thank you to our trainees and Fellows for providing feedback around the delays in project and case study marking. I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that your Committee has been, and will continue to, strongly advocate for urgent improvement in relation to these and related matters, including better resourcing for our administrative team.

At our most recent AChPM Committee meeting, held on 27 September, an important discussion occurred with the College’s Education Learning and Assessment (ELA) team regarding the delays in trainee project and case study marking. The College is working on improving the trainee experience and I am pleased to report that they have increased administrative support to three full-time employees who will assist with easing the delays and ongoing demands. Furthermore, the Council has approved our request to increase our Training Committee by two members, allowing up to 13 members on the Committee.

As you might already know, the College Education Committee (CEC) has waived the research requirement for 2022 final year trainees who have, or will, complete all training and other requirements satisfactorily. This waiver is an extension of an approved CEC interim measure for training and accreditation in response to the impacts of COVID-19 published in April 2020, and updated in 2021 and 2022. This waiver applies to final year Advanced Trainees and their 2022 Advanced Training Research Project. However, the waiver will not apply to our Chapter’s case reports (diploma and Advanced Trainees).  

This decision was made in response to concerns and feedback from many trainees that COVID-19 impacted their ability to undertake their research requirements in 2022. Feedback received from a range of committees and trainee representative groups conveyed the significance of these impacts and the resultant effects on completing training, applying for consultant positions, the workforce, and their wellbeing. However, your Chapter Committee and Training Committee recognises that delays in our Chapter were mainly due to a lack of administrative resourcing.

We look forward to hearing from our trainees on the improvement of the administration assistance in the coming months, and we, on behalf of the College, sincerely apologise for any distress this might have caused you.

For research requirements submitted by final year trainees which remain unmarked six weeks from submission, and/or prior to the date the trainee would otherwise be eligible for admission to Fellowship, then special provision will be enacted. In these cases, the research requirement is considered satisfied without completion of a formal review. For those who have successfully submitted their projects, we recognise the great effort and amount of work to do so. As such, your projects will be reviewed and recognised on your College records as having completed the research requirements.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Training Committee for their diligence and commitment in supporting our trainees, and for travelling to Sydney to work with administration. 

Lastly, we are still looking for members to join our Palliative Medicine marking panel. The panel assists with case study and/or project marking for our Advanced Training and Clinical Diploma trainees. To apply please see the following expression of interest details. Volunteering your time and expertise to mark case studies and research projects can aid your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and can be included on your CV, though we understand that this is not the key motivation in helping. Thank you to those who have already put their hands up and we will ensure your requests are processed expediently.

The next Chapter Committee meeting will take place on Tuesday, 6 December 2022. Do you have a question for your Chapter committee? We welcome any feedback or comments, so please feel free to contact us through the Chapter secretariat at

Associate Professor Peter Poon
Australasian Chapter of Palliative Medicine President

AChAM President’s Post

I would like to start this post by asking you to save the date for the 2023 International Medicine in Addiction Conference (IMiA) which will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 17 to 19 February 2023. The 2023 IMiA Conference will explore the theme of collaborate, innovate, and survive. Bringing together international keynote speakers, including Professor Julie Bruneau, Dr Denise Hien, and Professor Val Curran, as well as local experts, this event should not be missed.

The AChAM Indigenous Prize is currently open for applications, and will close on Tuesday, 1 November 2022. This prize offers medical students, junior medical officers, and registrars who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, or Māori, the opportunity to attend the IMiA Conference in 2023. The prize also provides educational and networking opportunities to connect and meet influential healthcare professionals, and exposure to career pathways. The prize supports an understanding of the health needs of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and Māori people, and recipients will gain insight into the work the College conducts to help Close the Gap, which aims to achieve equitable access to health and better outcomes for Indigenous people.

The Australian Government’s Post-market Review of Opiate Dependence Treatment Program Medicines (ODTP PMR) launched in March 2021 and is currently ongoing. To date, the AChAM has made two submissions to inform the ODTP PMR. The first one in June 2021 on the Draft Terms of Reference for the Review and the second in October 2021.

The Australian Department of Health and Aged Care (DoHAC) has advised that since the submission process late last year, a Stakeholder Consultation Forum was held in February 2022. The presentation slides and further information about the post-market review (PMR) are available via the ODTP PMR website. These submissions highlighted inequities in current funding models which place an inordinate burden upon clients and contributes to poor treatment outcomes. It included a range of alternative funding models that aim to reduce the cost of treatment for patients, whilst ensuring health practitioners are adequately reimbursed for delivering this essential treatment approach. 

Following these consultation processes, DoHAC is progressing the PMR and is examining key issues raised by stakeholders. These include the cost of treatment for clients receiving pharmacotherapy from state and territory authorised community pharmacy dosing sites, and the costs incurred by pharmacies in dispensing and supervising the dosing of these medicines. The review is also exploring the role of the public health system in ensuring access to vulnerable patient groups and the best models of care for the delivery of opioid dependence treatment.

In line with the PMR Framework, which involves extensive and mandatory consultation periods at multiple stages of the review, there will be an opportunity for stakeholders to comment on the draft Review Report at a later stage. For further information about the review, please visit the ODTP PMR website.

Earlier this year, the College becammysele aware that medications used in the Opiate Dependence Treatment Program in Australia, such as methadone liquid and high dose buprenorphine formulations, stood to be significantly affected by the scheduled Statutory Price Reductions – due to come into effect on 1 April 2023. This prompted me and RACP President, Dr Jacqueline Small, to write to Mark Butler, Minister for Health and Aged Care, to request he exercise his discretion to guarantee ongoing availability of these important Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) listed medicines to thousands of patients. We received a response from Minister Butler who has acknowledged the importance of the opioid treatment program nationally, and we expect to hear more details regarding this process soon.

The AChAM Committee will next meet on Friday, 28 October 2022. The focus of this meeting will be to discuss the AChAM 2023 to 2025 workplan and to confirm the key priorities for the Committee to focus on over the next three years. I look forward to sharing more information on the workplan soon.

In the meantime, if you have any feedback, questions, or comments for me or the Committee, please get in touch through our secretariat at

Professor Adrian Dunlop
Australasian Chapter of Addiction Medicine President

Scholarships and prizes 

RACP President's Indigenous Congress Prize

The RACP President's Indigenous Congress Prize is open to medical students, junior medical officers and RACP trainees who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori. The selected applicant will receive support to attend RACP Congress 2023 to gain educational and networking opportunities and exposure to career pathways within the College.

Please encourage anyone you know who is eligible to apply. Applications close on 30 November 2022. See the website for further details.

ANZAN Indigenous Scholarship for Advanced Trainees in Neurology

The Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN) is offering an annual scholarship that provides support to an RACP Advanced Trainee who identifies as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori and is undertaking the Advanced Training Program in Neurology.

See the website for more details. Applications close on 30 November 2022.

RACP Indigenous Health Scholarships

The RACP Indigenous Health Scholarship Program aims to support medical graduates and current RACP trainees who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait islander or Māori on their chosen career path to becoming a physician. The Scholarships provide a funded pathway through Basic, Advanced, Faculty or Chapter training in Australia and/or Aotearoa New Zealand.

Several scholarships are available for 2023:

Basic, Advanced or Chapter training

  • College Indigenous Australian and Māori Health Scholarship
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Scholarship
  • Aotearoa Māori Health Scholarship
  • Aotearoa Pacific Islander Health Scholarship.

Also offered for Faculty training

  • Indigenous Australian and Māori Health Scholarship for Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Indigenous Australian and Māori Health Scholarship for Rehabilitation Medicine
  • The John McLeod Indigenous Australian and Māori Health Scholarship in Public Health Medicine.

Applications close on 30 November 2022. Further details on these scholarships are available on the RACP Foundation website.

Chapter prizes, scholarships, and awards


Last chance: the AChAM Indigenous Prize is open to medical students, junior medical officers and registrars, who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori. The prize provides an opportunity for the recipient to attend the International Medicine in Addiction Conference in 2023. Applications close on 1 November 2022.


Last chance: the AChSHM Indigenous Scholarship offers medical students, junior medical officers, registrars and physician trainees who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori, the opportunity to attend the AChSHM Annual Scientific Meeting in 2023 with registration and expenses covered, plus one year of mentoring support from a member of the AChSHM Committee. Applications close on 31 October 2022

ROCtober we have turned 1

Celebrate ROCtober and win!

The ROC (RACP Online Community) turned one on 30 September.

To mark this special occasion, the College is celebrating throughout the month of ROCtober. So if you haven’t logged into the ROC yet, now is the perfect time to get involved.

How to get started

  1. Login to MyRACP using your normal ID and password
  2. Click on the tile 'Join the ROC'
  3. Accept the Terms and Conditions
  4. Select ‘Explore’ and you will see the communities you belong to.

Members who post a question or start a thread in their online community during ROCtober will also go into a draw to win a $100 Prezzee gift card.

So make sure you login to the ROC every day to see what’s happening in your online community and take part in the ROC’s first birthday celebrations.

For more information, visit the ROC FAQs page or email

2023 MyCPD Framework: Changes to continuing professional development (CPD) requirements

In response to the Medical Board of Australia (MBA) and Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) | Te Kaunihera Rata o Aotearoa’s changed registration and recertification requirements, the MyCPD 2023 Framework has been modified to support you to meet your regulatory requirements. The new regulatory requirements will apply to all registered medical practitioners – not just to specialists.

From 2023, the annual minimum CPD requirement will be 50 hours, inclusive of the mandatory and strongly encouraged activities. Professor Martin Veysey, Chair of the College CPD Committee, explains the CPD activities you'll need to complete starting on 1 January 2023:

CPD video 

Read more about the new requirements on our website and find helpful CPD resources and templates in the MyCPD Interactive Handbook.

We know these new requirements will impact some more than others, so please reach out to the CPD Team via or for any assistance, or if you would like to contribute to the continuous development of supporting resources.

You are invited to the MyCPD Q&A webinar

For more information about these changes and to answer any questions you might have, register for our 2023 MyCPD Framework Q&A webinar on Tuesday, 22 November 2022, from 5pm to 6pm AEDT / 7pm to 8pm NZDT.  We will discuss the upcoming changes, and what they mean for you, and help you identify meaningful professional development activities.

Member Statistics and Insights Report

The RACP has released its annual Member Statistics and Insights Report. The report provides membership data across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand and identifies trends in cohort growth, emphasising the rapidly changing nature of our membership.

Read the report

IMJ v52

Internal Medicine Journal – October 2022

The October 2022 issue of the Internal Medicine Journal (IMJ) is now live on the Wiley Online Library and the RACP website (log in using your RACP login credentials). Access articles tweeted on IMJ's Twitter account for free, for a limited time. The easiest way to access the IMJ is via the Wiley Online Library App, find out how you can access it.

Key highlights from the issue are:

  • CKD: sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitor therapy
  • Complementary and alternative therapies in the palliative setting
  • Epstein-Barr virus-related lymphoma in rheumatoid arthritis
  • Burden of spinal infections as a complication of injecting drug use
  • A risk score to predict peripherally inserted central catheter thrombosis
  • Fibrosis severity in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Read the journal

Pomegranate Health podcast — Ep56: Billing in Byzantium - revisited


Ep56: Billing in Byzantium

In the news we have seen recent headlines of ‘troubling’ Medicare fraud reports, with the federal government taking steps to investigate issues raised. This was in response to an investigation which has found doctors abusing the Medicare system.

Australia has one of the best value health systems in the world, but also some of the most complicated health regulation. Between the federal Medicare scheme, the state hospitals, the private health insurers and the patient, it’s not always clear how a provider should invoice their services.

To explain some of the fundamentals, Margaret Faux of Synapse Global Medical Administration, a former nurse and lawyer, describes areas of ambiguity in the legislation and the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS). She highlights certain services where confusion lies over what can be billed or the items which should not be claimed together. While there are many traps for well-intentioned providers and loopholes for the less well-intentioned, there are some simple solutions that would make medical billing much more streamlined.


  • Margaret Faux (CEO, Synapse Global Medical Administration)

You can also follow this episode with Ep58: Billing Part 2 – Compliance and the Free Market.

Subscribe to email alerts or search for ‘Pomegranate Health’ in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox, or any podcasting app. Fellows of the RACP can claim CPD credits for listening via MyCPD. For a transcript and further references please visit our website

New training on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and end-of-life law

The End of Life Law for Clinicians (ELLC) national training program has launched a new free online training module for health professionals about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and end-of-life law. Designed in collaboration with Indigenous health professionals and the community, it aims to help health professionals understand legal considerations when caring for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their families at the end-of-life, and support the delivery of high-quality, culturally safe, and culturally responsive care.

Find out more about the module or register.

Specialty Societies webinar series

A number of upcoming webinars presented by the AMD Specialty Societies are available for College members to attend. Explore and register for the upcoming webinars in the events list at the bottom of this update.

COVID-19 webinar series – November 2022

The RACP COVID-19 Expert Reference Group invites you to attend the final COVID-19 webinar series for 2022.

  • Impact of COVID-19 on First Nations communities: Australia – Thursday, 17 November, from 6pm to 7.30pm AEDT / 8pm to 9.30pm NZDT
  • Impact of COVID-19 on First Nations communities: Aotearoa New Zealand – Thursday, 24 November, from 6pm to 7.30pm NZDT / 4pm to 5.30pm AEDT

The webinars will involve an open panel discussion relating to how First Nations communities were impacted by COVID-19 compared to the general population, and how the lessons learnt might inform healthcare for First Nations communities in the future. Attendees are encouraged to engage in the discussion by asking questions to the panel on the night, or by emailing them to Details of panellists will be circulated closer to the dates.

Register here

My Health Record: RACP members share their daily practice experiences

Our engaging new video series highlights member experiences using My Health Record. The videos show you how to use My Health Record for accessing pathology information, advance care planning, secure messaging, and ordering medications electronically. They also explain how My Health Record can reduce patients’ length of stay in hospital and improve their overall quality of care.

Start your learning and access the videos by searching for My Health Record on Medflix.

Women’s regional, rural, and remote diversity scholarships 2022 to 2023

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) with support from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Office for Women is continuing its multi-year scholarship program to support emerging and experienced female directors in regional, rural, and remote Australia. These scholarships are being administered by the Australian Scholarships Foundation.

The program will provide opportunities for suitably qualified women from different backgrounds who face additional barriers to education and leadership participation.

The AICD welcomes applicants who reflect the diversity of Australia’s population and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, culturally diverse women, women with disability and those in the not-for-profit sector to apply.

Read more

Advanced clinical postgraduate virtual meeting: Bone and mineral disorders

Update your skills in the management of bone and mineral disorders at this year's Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral society (ANZBMS) advanced clinical postgraduate meeting, taking place on Saturday, 29 October to Sunday, 30 October 2022.

A panel of experts will cover a wide range of themes, from challenging cases in osteoporosis to the latest concepts in sequential therapies and high-imminent fracture risk. Skeletal health in patients with cancer, renal disease, inflammatory conditions and the very elderly will also be covered. 

This meeting is ideal for an up-to-date revision in bone and mineral disorders. Physicians and allied health practitioners from several disciplines including endocrinology, nephrology, rheumatology, rehabilitation and geriatric medicine, are invited to attend. 

Read more and register

ANZCA perioperative medicine recognition pathway process — now open

POM_Banner_Recognition-PathwayExperienced perioperative medicine specialists can apply to the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists  Faculty of Pain Medicine’s (ANZCA) Diploma of Perioperative Medicine (DipPOM) pathway. The pathway can be undertaken through a recognition process overseen by the Recognition Pathways Working Group, chaired by Dr Vanessa Beavis, ANZCA’s past-President.

This initial cohort of recognised DipPOM recipients will form an essential resource to support, guide and assess DipPOM participants in clinical practice. RACP members are eligible to apply. Applications close on 1 December 2022.

Apply now

GESA Gut School and Young GESA Weekend

The Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) is holding an educational meeting for early-career gastroenterologists. The two-day workshop is taking place from Friday, 25 November to Sunday, 27 November at the Mantra in Kingscliff, NSW. The weekend aims to bring together the next generation of gastroenterologists to connect with each other and to learn across three dedicated streams:

  • Gut School: for new trainees who will commence in gastroenterology in 2023.
  • Young GESA: Gastroenterologists with less than eight years’ experience.
  • Paediatric: Gastroenterologists specialising in paediatric care.

Read more and register

MIGA’s 2022 Doctors in Training Grant program – open now

Medical Insurance Group Australia (MIGA) is offering six Doctors in Training (DIT) Grants of $10,000 to inspire doctors to expand their skill sets. The grants assist doctors in covering the costs of pursuing training opportunities, such as program fees, travel and accommodation, and other associated expenses. Training may include postgraduate study, specialised fellowships, volunteer placements, and more. Applications close on Monday, 31 October 2022.

Find out more and apply

Your spring savings are here

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Enjoy increased discounts on eGift cards from Witchery, Sunglass Hut, OPSM, and a host of other retailers. If you’re planning to travel, you will find excellent savings at Hertz, Europcar, Webjet, and Luxury Escapes.

For our members in Aotearoa New Zealand, season specials continue all month at The Market – AoNZ’s leading online destination. Login today to start saving.

Available online, 24/7. That’s your Member Advantage!

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Career opportunities 

View career opportunities on the RACP website.

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