RACP Quarterly magazine

RACP Quarterly Issue #3, 2022
  • How children with developmental disorders are falling through the cracks
  • Why chronic migraines go undiagnosed despite wider availability of treatment
  • The rewards and challenges for physicians working in the Northern Territory
  • How the lack of vaping regulations leaves our youth at risk


Recent editions

Issue #2, 2022
  • Gene therapy breakthrough for children with SMA
  • Gender equity in medicine
  • Climate change crisis
  • Volunteering during retirement
Issue #1, 2022
  • Nasal spray to combat COVID-19 heads to clinical trial
  • Treatment for bone health often comes too late
  • The RACPs work with Climate and Health Alliance
  • Aotearoa New Zealand and Australian Queen’s Birthday Honours lists
Issue #3, 2021
  • Ready to ROC – launch of the RACP Online Community
  • Using electronic health data to strengthen CPD for medical practitioners 
  • Māori health equity: Building cultural safety into clinical practice
  • COVID-19 and the role of science and leadership

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
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 


If you have an idea, or would like further information on an article in the RACP Quarterly, contact the Editor at racp@racp.edu.au


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