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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.

 

On this page:

Meetings and Events
Scholarships
Sponsors
Queensland E-News
Mortality audits
Workforce
Frequently asked questions
Queensland State Committee
Contact

 

Meetings and Events

Please see the College Calendar for current meeting dates.

2018 RACS Queensland State Committee (QSC) Meetings

Wednesday 7 February - 6pm
Wednesday 4 April - 6pm
Wednesday 6 June - 6pm
Wednesday 11 July - 5:30pm - QSC Annual Dinner
Wednesday 1 August - 6pm
Wednesday 3 October - 6pm
Wednesday 28 November - 6pm

2018 RACS Queensland State Executive Committee (QSEC) Meetings

Wednesday 7 March - 6:30pm
Wednesday 2 May - 6:30pm
Wednesday 4 July - 6:30pm
Wednesday 5 September - 6:30pm
Wednesday 7 November - 6:30pm

2018 RACS Queensland Trauma Committee Meetings

Wednesday 14 February - 6pm
Wednesday 11 April - 6pm
Wednesday 20 June - 6pm
Wednesday 8 August - 6pm
Wednesday 10 October - 6pm
Wednesday 12 December - 6pm 


2018 Professional Development Workshops in Queensland

Foundation Skills for Surgical Educators (FSSE)
10 Feb - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
  2 Mar - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
  2 Jun - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
15 Jun - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
30 Jun - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
20 Jul - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
25 Aug - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
  7 Oct - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
  3 Nov - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
11 Nov - FSSE, RACS Brisbane
 24 Nov - FSSE, RACS Brisbane

Other Workshops in Queensland
16-18 May - Proccess Communication Model: Seminar 1, RACS Brisbane
25 Jul - Academy of Surgical Educators Studio Sessions, RACS Brisbane
  8 Sep - Supervisors and Trainers for SET (SAT SET), RACS Brisbane
  8 Sep - Keeping Trainees on Track (KTOT), RACS Brisbane
21 Sep - Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons, RACS Brisbane


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Scholarships, Awards, Lectures & Prizes

Queensland Younger Fellows Grant

David Theile Lecture

Neville Davis Prize

Queensland RACS Papers Prize

RACS Queensland 5th Annual Surgical Skills 2017

Paul Mackay Bolton Scholarship for Cancer Research
The scholarship is intended to support applicants who wish to take time away from clinical positions to undertake a full-time research project under the supervision of an experienced investigator in the prevention, causes, effects, treatment and/or care of cancer. Applicants must be currently working either in Queensland or Tasmania.


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Sponsors

The Queensland Regional Committee would like to acknowledge and thank our sponsors for their ongoing support.

MDA National    Walshs   


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Queensland E-News

2017 June
2017 March
2016 December
2016 September
2016 June
2016 April
2016 March


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Mortality audit

Queensland Audit of Surgical Mortality (QASM)


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Workforce

Active Fellows by specialty and region, as at December 2016

A Fellow is considered active if they are currently involved in any aspect of surgical activity that involves the use of surgical skills or knowledge gained through their surgical training. This extends to and is not exclusive of medico-legal work, research or supervision of Trainees and International Medical Graduates (IMGs). Further Annual and Interim Activities Reports are available on the workforce and activities reports page.

Queensland Workforce Data

Data ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA AUST NZ Overseas Total
CAR 5 57 0 38 11 3 60 15 189 29 22 240
GEN 23 575 18 303 140 28 459 138 1684 240 148 2072
NEU 8 78 0 47 17 6 66 20 242 22 26 290
ORT 24 427 4 287 116 21 306 128 1313 260 53 1626
OTO 8 150 2 89 46 9 115 41 460 90 24 574
PAE 3 38 0 14 7 3 22 8 95 16 21 132
PLA 4 128 2 67 41 10 142 46 440 62 23 525
URO 5 134 1 83 30 10 119 41 423 59 24 506
VAS 4 65 0 37 16 4 54 15 195 19 2 216
Total 84 1652 27 965 424 94 1343 452 5041 797 343 6181

CAR - Cardiothoracic Surgery
GEN - General Surgery
NEU - Neurosurgery
ORT - Orthopaedic Surgery
OTO - Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
PAE - Paediatric Surgery
PLA - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
URO - Urology
VAS - Vascular Surgery


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Frequently asked questions

What does the Queensland office offer Fellows, Trainees and IMGs?

  • Local link to College activities and resources
  • Meeting venue and support for activities
  • Continuing Professonal Development (CPD) opportunities
  • Queensland E-newsletters
  • Assistance with matters relating to surgical standards
  • Communication of issues
  • Representation to the Queensland State Government, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) and other statutory agencies on professional matters important to surgeons and surgery in Queensland
  • Link to other medical organisation (such as Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency - AHPRA or Office of the Health Ombudsman - OHO)
  • Payment point for accounts / reimbursement of expenses
  • The Queensland Audit of Surgical Mortality (QASM)

What are your hours of opening? Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Where can I park at the state office? Parking is available at the front and underneath the building. Please park in the designated "RACS" spaces

Can I book rooms at the College state office to hold meetings? Yes, contact the RACS Qld State office for bookings or enquiries. Room hire / administration fees may apply. Meeting Room Request Form (PDF 103KB)

Where can I stay in Queensland? For accommodation in Brisbane, contact the RACS Qld State office. If you are a Fellow, Trainee, IMG of the College or travelling for a College event, you may be eligible for corporate rates.

What's on in Queensland? Refer to the following websites:


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Contact

Queensland State Committee
 
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
PO Box 7647, East Brisbane, QLD 4169
Level 2, 59-69 Shafston Ave Kangaroo Point QLD 4169 Australia
Telephone: +61 7 3249 2900
Email: college.qld@surgeons.org
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

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