RACS in the News

'Just a female doctor': women surgeons battle 'worthless' biases

From: Stuff.co.nz

20 May 2019

Women surgeons are being dismissed as "just female doctors" or "pretty faces", "off having babies" amid a constant barrage of gender...

" had flow-on effects for a surgeon's career, she said. RACS data shows 11 per cent of consultant surgeons are female in Australia and New


'It's all about the lifestyle'

From: The Gisborne Herald

13 May 2019

Sponsored content. Sponsored content. GREAT SOUTHERN MAN: Surgeon Peter Stiven loves being in nature and is a keen hunter. He is pictured...

big centres. After being accepted to do advanced training by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, he spent a year in Hawke’s Bay. “


Crate Day to ED: Waikato doctors look at beery celebration's effect on trauma numbers

From: Stuff.co.nz

10 May 2019

Crate day is the stuff of doctors' nightmares. And now one of the medics who cleans up the annual binge-drinking day mess has crunched the...

of emergency medicine. He presented them at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Annual Scientific Congress in Bangkok this week. The


Why Sunshine State is snubbing sunscreen


Staggering number of people in Queensland don’t wear sunscreen


EXCLUSIVE: Arab women in Australia linked to more aggressive breast cancers


No regional postings for doctors wanting to specialise in ear, nose, throat surgery


Royal Australasian College of Surgeons concerned about lack of public ENT specialists in Bendigo


How old is too old for medical intervention?


Leadership roles within Education

From: The Conversation Job Board

15 April 2019

Lead Education into the Future The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS), formed in 1927, is a non-profit organisation leading...

the Future The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS), formed in 1927, is a non-profit organisation leading surgical performance,