The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators is holding a series of webinars for rural medical managers, specialist clinicians and medical practitioners with interest in medical management.

These webinars are based on contemporary and 'e-dgy issues' that are current to health services, medical and clinical administration. The E-dgy Issues Program is delivered online in a webinar format to enable doctors in medical and clinical management positions in rural and remote areas opportunities to enhance their CPD and sustain best practices in medical leadership and management through access to the program.

Enquiries regarding the E-dgy Issues Program may be directed to Carmel at

Click on an icon above to view a recording of a webinar. Presentation slides, webinar transcripts and further resources may be found within the folders listed below.

Name Type Size
Collaborations Between Medical ProfessionalsFolder 4.00 kb
End of Life - Futility of CareFolder 4.00 kb
Embracing Collaborative CareFolder 4.00 kb
Rural Work Life BalanceFolder 4.00 kb
Health WorkforceFolder 4.00 kb
2014 Edgy Issues Program Booklet.pdfpdf 2.80 mb
RevalidationFolder 4.00 kb
2015 Edgy Issues Program Booklet.pdfpdf 978.68 kb
Conquering Fragmented Rural Medical ServicesFolder 4.00 kb
Inequalities in Indigenous HealthFolder 4.00 kb
Total Documents: 34
This Project is a joint initiative of the Committee of Presidents of Medical Colleges and Department of Health and is funded by the Australian Government. Please note that The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators is solely responsible for the content of, and views expressed in any material associated with this project, unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Commonwealth.
The views expressed by presenters and participants during the course of the E-dgy Issues Program (EIP) are those of the individuals and do not necessarily represent official views or policies of The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA). Links to digital files and other web sites are provided by RACMA in good faith and for information only. RACMA accepts no liability for the content of provided material, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.