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Last Update: 16/07/2014 16:04
The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons provides training and
then accreditation to doctors who become surgeons. RACS also
publishes guidelines and conducts research. For those facing
surgery there can be many questions. How do I find a surgeon? Is my
surgeon fully qualified and up-to-date with the latest research?
What does FRACS mean? This area of the website enables you to find
out more about the College, and what it means for you.
|Find a Surgeon
|The Find a Surgeon directory is a listing
of active Fellows of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons who
meet the requirements of the College's Continuing Professional
Development (CPD) Program and have opted to be on the list. This
list excludes retired or inactive Fellows.
|Policies & Publications
|Policies of the College are written and
published to enable transparency in how the College operates.
Position Papers represent the recommendations of the College and
its preferred position on surgical issues. The College also
publishes a number of publications including Surgical News and the
ANZ Journal of Surgery.
|About RACS Surgeons
|RACS Surgeons use the suffix FRACS after
their name, but what does this actually mean?
|College Positions Vacant
|Positions available at the College are
|The International Development Program
provides awards, fellowships, grants and scholarships to surgeons
to fund training opportunities and facilitate professional contact
with medical personnel. The recipients are from Asia and the
Pacific, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the Republic of
|National Breast Cancer Audit
|The National Breast Cancer Audit (NBCA) is
a clinical audit developed with the aim of improving quality of
care by surgeons for patients with early breast cancer in Australia
and New Zealand.