RACS in the News

Sydney’s largest beachfront property to be subdivided in Cabarita Rd at Avalon Beach

From: The Daily Telegraph (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

17 January 2019

Sydney’s largest private beachfront property is set to become a luxury gated residential estate, following the...

28 years from 1934, founder of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and one of Australia’s most distinguished doctors, Marara has had


Calendar of conferences in Australia and New Zealand

From: Medical Journal of Australia

14 January 2019

2019 JANUARY 14‐16 31stAustralian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation International Conference, Canberra, ACT 29‐31 12th...

Meeting of the Australian Orthopaedic Association Medico‐Legal Society and the RACS Medico‐Legal Section and the Australian Medico‐Legal


A bold plan to save lives

From: Roads Magazine

10 January 2019

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to iRAP’s Rob McInerney about the Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011–2020, its...

at the University of Adelaide, and Dr. John Crozier, Chair of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’ Trauma Committee, to co-chair the


Leyonhjelm diagnoses doctors' proposals as fatal for freedom

From: Medianet

10 January 2019

MEDIA RELEASE 10th January 2019 Leyonhjelm diagnoses doctors’ proposals as fatal for freedom Senator David Leyonhjelm has slammed calls...

Education, St Vincent’s Health Australia, the Australian Medical Association NSW and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. “This idea


EDITORIAL: Expertise pours into lockout law expansion support

From: Southern Highland News (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

09 January 2019

IN April last year, NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority chair Phillip Crawford discussed the initial...

NSW branch, the state’s police association and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. A large portion of their number specialise in


Australian of the Year: Asylum-seeker a world leader in robotic surgery

From: The Australian (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

05 January 2019

Munjed Al Muderis, who fled Saddam Hussein’s oppressive ­regime in Iraq to become one of Australia’s foremost...

as well as a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and chairman of the Osseointegration Group of Australia. Others to have


The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons has a women problem

From: Newcastle Herald (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

29 December 2018

THE Royal Australasian College of Surgeons knows it has a women problem. In short, there aren’t enough female...

THE Royal Australasian College of Surgeons knows it has a women problem. In short, there aren’t enough female surgeons. A report released in


From Roadside Trauma To Recovery

From: Girl.com.au

25 December 2018

In 1969, 1,034 people were killed on Victoria's roads. In 2017, with almost double the population, that number was 259, an 87 per cent...

the safety and well-being of the community." Mr John Crozier AM CSM, FRACS, Chair RACS Trauma Committee "This is a story that simply had to


Drug could cut chronic surgery pain

From: Perth Now (Licensed by Copyright Agency)

22 December 2018

Perth doctors believe a common local anaesthetic drug could help prevent the chronic pain suffered by up to half of...

have been awarded a $70,000 grant from the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Research Foun-dation for a pilot study that


While the world is mourning the death of GW Bush, who is mourning the death of 20,000+ Iraqi killed by his administration.

From: Medianet

13 December 2018

I was a young boy aged 16 when I sat with my dad, mum and 2 sisters in small room in our house in Baghdad hugging each other and praying...

in countries outside the Middle East) Dr Laith Barnouti Plastic Surgeon FRACS Sydney Australia M 0401 677 811 barnoutil@hotmail.com