RACP Quarterly magazine

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RACP Quarterly Issue #2, 2021
  • Building a solution space for Indigenous health at the RACP
  • Palliative medicine, respiratory medicine and integrated care 
  • Genetic discovery and translation in neuromuscular diseases
  • Workforce casualisation and mobility in a COVID world

 


Recent editions

RACP Quarterly Issue #1, 2021
  • Make It The Norm – a call for health equity in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • RACP Fellows honoured 
  • RACP Congress 2020: First Peoples' Health
  • Reflection with RACP Aotearoa New Zealand President
Issue #3, 2020
  • Will the COVID-19 pandemic encourage a reflection on what is low-value clinical care?
  • Telehealth transforming access to healthcare during COVID-19 and beyond
  • Advancing the renewal of specialty training
  • New recommendations to help stop early heart attacks for Indigenous Australians
Issue #2, 2020
  • On the front line of Australia’s worst bushfire season on record
  • The race to find a vaccine
  • New Telehealth items for physicians and their patients
  • Guidelines for ethical relationships between health professionals

December 2019/January 2020

  • Showcasing Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori cultures
  • The future of cystic fibrosis
  • Introducing playtime to improve the health of older Australians
  • How Mangatjay McGregor became the first Yolngu doctor

September/October 2019

  • New discovery in the fight against Vitamin D deficiency
  • In-flight medical emergencies: Is there a doctor on board?
  • Obesity: Rising to the challenge
  • Medical needs of adolescent refugees resettling in Western Australia

June/July 2019

  • A healthcare consumer's insight
  • Morals, ethics and Māori health
  • Physician heal thyself
  • Health issues in rural and remote populations 

March/April 2019

  • Blood stem cell therapy brings hope to people living with Multiple Sclerosis
  • Massive funding injection giving hope to people with Parkinson’s
  • Physician burnout – a crisis in healthcare
  • Innovative approach aiming to reduce obesity in Māori communities 

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