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Gordon Trinca Medal

10 May 2019


Breaking barriers; developing drivers for female surgeons research study

Seeking the views of female medical students and junior doctors. Survey open 9 – 31 May

09 May 2019


RACS launches Speak Up app

Download our new app today

08 May 2019


Younger Fellows Forum

Event provides opportunity for Younger Fellows to meet

07 May 2019


José Ramos-Horta addresses Foundation

Former Timor-Leste President and Nobel peace Prize winner speaks at Foundation event

07 May 2019


Golden Scalpel Games 2019

RACS hosts first international Golden Scalpel Games

07 May 2019


Latest Building Respect Progress Report

Read more about the highlights of our achievements in 2018.

03 May 2019


$2.3 million to improve safety of pelvic floor surgery

$2.3 million to improve safety of pelvic floor surgery

10 April 2019


RACS Continuing Professional Development Areas of Practice survey

Have your say on the future of your CPD

10 April 2019

We would value a few minutes of your time to complete the RACS Continuing Professional Development Areas of Practice survey.


Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2019

Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2019

09 April 2019


Australian, New Zealand and Canadian medical colleges unite in support of gender equality

Australian, New Zealand and Canadian medical colleges unite in support of gender equality

22 March 2019

The Tri-Nations Alliance, comprising of five medical colleges, spanning Australia, New Zealand and Canada, are gathering in Auckland today at the International Medical Symposium (IMS) to jointly sign the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles Statement.


Tribute to Christchurch surgeons and their teams

Tribute to Christchurch surgeons and their teams

18 March 2019


A message from the President

A message from the President

16 March 2019

A message from the RACS President


Northern Territory wins award for most action taken on alcohol in 2018

The Northern Territory (NT) has won the award for the most action taken on alcohol in 2018 against all other Australian states and territories, while New South Wales (NSW) has taken the Fizzer for the worst performer.

14 March 2019

The Northern Territory (NT) has won the award for the most action taken on alcohol in 2018 against all other Australian states and territories, while New South Wales (NSW) has taken the Fizzer for the worst performer.


CLEAR blended learning course pilots

Learn the latest in critical literature evaluation and research methods through the combination of online and face-to-face delivery developed and taught by CLEAR Committee members in a highly interactive setting. Enrolments open now, availability limited!

08 March 2019


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