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Five lessons from the Building Respect, Improving Patient Safety training.
Mandatory course for those teaching SET Trainees or supervising IMGs. Register now!
Scheduled to run at CTEC Perth in July, eligible candidates are able to enrol online today. Enrolments close next Friday, 30 June and places are limited.
RACS encourages your attendance to the meetings in your region. Program and registration details will be provided.
Learn the latest in trauma content on a new course in a highly interactive setting. Enrolments open now, availability limited!
Mr Kareem Marwan, General and Colorectal Surgeon at Knox Private Hospital, shares his five top learnings.
This course aims to enhance the educational skills of those with an enthusiasm for teaching and assessment of surgical trainees.
Improving patient care through enhanced communication and teamwork.
RACS and Medibank have released the next in a series of reports to improve and progress understanding by surgeons about variations in surgical practice.
Examining the role of surgeons in Korea, Vietnam, East Timor and Afghanistan.
Support strengthening universal access to safe affordable surgical and anaesthesia care.
Enrol to the Operating with Respect (OWR) course today!
Being an instructor provides you with opportunity!
Supervisors, clinical assessors and trainees are encouraged to attend a site visit and open forums in their region.
Commencing 1 May and 1 November 2017, subject to the passage of the relevant regulations for these services.
The Foundation for Surgery relies on donations and bequests to continue to support children, families and communities live their healthiest lives.
Highlights and achievements from 2016.
Governance and Advocacy Committee Face to Face meeting
Foundation Skills for Surgical Educators Course - Epworth Private Hospital, Melbourne
Queensland State Committee Meeting