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  • The Quarterly 2017   ( 31 Articles )
    The journal of The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators.

    Welcome to the 2017 edition of The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly 2016   ( 35 Articles )
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    Welcome to the 2016 edition of The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly 2015   ( 43 Articles )
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    Welcome to the 2015 edition of The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly 2014   ( 34 Articles )
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    Welcome to the 2014 edition of The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly 2013   ( 35 Articles )

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    Welcome to the 2013 edition of The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly 2012   ( 41 Articles )
     
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    2012 marked the second year of the revised format of The Quarterly with the combination of online issues and an annual print version comprising a collection of the online featured articles. The Editorial Advisory Committee would like to extend a thank you to all readers that provided feedback through the The Quarterly Survey during January 2012. Survey responses indicated the journal format continued to be well received. The most popular contributions to the 2012 online journal have been compiled into a yearly print copy which has been distributed to College members and is also available to download below.
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  • The Quarterly 2011   ( 77 Articles )
     
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    With the move to a fully online journal in 2011, we have continued to see The Quarterly mature, with an ongoing stream of articles on a range of medical management and leadership issues. The mix of international and local authors has enhanced the richness and perspective of the publication. The most popular contributions to the online journal have been compiled into a yearly print copy which has been distributed to College members and is also available to download below.
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  • The Quarterly - Vol.43 No.4 December 2010   ( 24 Articles )
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    Our range of topics has remained diverse, with articles on everything from ageing, clinical and managerial competency and the Hong Kong Health Care System to the National Registration (and its challenges). All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers.

    This edition of The Quarterly is also our annual report and we also highlight the highly successful 2010 joint conference with the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.43 No.3 September 2010   ( 22 Articles )
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    The Quarterly again has an excellent series of articles that highlight all aspects of health management practice. As I write, we are in the midst of the Federal Election campaign, with both sides making promises in a range of health fields. The challenge, of course, will be to convert election promises into implementable strategies that will benefit the health system, preferably with a measurable impact.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.43 No.2 June 2010   ( 23 Articles )
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    As always, we have an interesting array of articles from both new and regular contributors, who have managed to highlight the many challenges of being a Medical Administrator and Health Manager. New articles, reviews, letters to the editor, book reviews or viewpoints are very welcome and i would encourage you to contribute the to The Quarterly.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.43 No.1 March 2010   ( 16 Articles )

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    The Quarterly again has an excellent series of articles that I commend to our readers. Alison Dwyer has written a useful account of her own CEP 'journey'. This is timely as National Registration will commence in July, and all registrants will need to declare their CEP status annually. This issue we also focus on Candidates' work with a couple of interesting reflective case studies. There is a background piece about the RACMA/HKCCM relationship which reminds us that the Annual Conference will be in Hong Kong this year.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.42 No.4 December 2009   ( 13 Articles )

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    This December issue of The Quarterly constitutes the College's Annual Report. Readers will find the key reports from the Executive, each of the State Branches and the Annual Register of Fellows, Members and Candidates. A highlight of the 2009 Conference was the Langford Oration; this year's orator was Prof Fred Hilmer, Vice Chancellor of the University of New South Wales. We have included his speech.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.42 No.3 September 2009   ( 15 Articles )

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    In this issue, as always, we have an interesting array of articles from both new and regular contributors, who have managed to highlight the many challenges of being a Medical Administrator and Health Manager. We seek your feedback on the draft Statement on managing culturally competent health care services. New articles, reviews, letters to the editor, book reviews or viewpoints are very welcome and I would encourage you to contribute them to 'The Quarterly'.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.42 No.2 June 2009   ( 16 Articles )

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    Our June 2009 issue is significant because it marks a 'turning point' in the history of The Quarterly. Council has decided to strengthen its on-line publication of The Journal. We believe this approach will give us a cost effective way to build a repository of knowledge about our specialty. The articles, presentations, and information feeds that we continue to publish are all designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.42 No.1 March 2009   ( 17 Articles )

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    Our March 2009 issue highlights work from some of our current candidates and continues with a diverse range of topics that highlight the width of the specialty. All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers. As discussed above, we would particularly welcome discussion on the issues of credit crises and health reform. We also appreciate our regular contributors and would encourage others to write on their areas of interest.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.41 No.4 December 2008   ( 13 Articles )

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    As with the normal procedure in recent years, I present this as The Quarterly Annual Report. Our range of topics has remained diverse, with articles on everything from credentialling, healthy leadership and the National Health Service to governance in hospitals (or the lack there of), a challenge for all of us. All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.41 No.3 September 2008   ( 7 Articles )

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    Our September 2008 issue continues with a diverse range of topics, including medical education, leadership and the early contributions of key medical administrators, which highlight the width of the specialty. All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers. We also appreciate our regular contributors and would encourage others to write on their areas of interest.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.41 No.2 June 2008   ( 10 Articles )

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    Our June 2008 issue continues with a diverse range of topics that highlight the width of the specialty. These range from the delivery of health care in other countries (United Kingdom, Middle East), leadership, evidence-based practice and quality in healthcare. We would welcome discussion on the issue of delivering effective health care under the new Commonwealth Government, particularly given the early initiatives.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.41 No.1 March 2008   ( 9 Articles )

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    Our March 2008 issue continues with a diverse range of topics that highlight the width of the specialty. All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic viewpoint of our readers. We would particularly welcome discussion on the issue of delivering effective health care under a new Commonwealth Government. We also appreciate our regular contributors and would encourage others to write on their areas of interest.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.40 No.4 December 2007   ( 10 Articles )

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    Our December 2007 issue continues with a diverse range of topics, which highlight the breadth of the specialty. The original articles review aspects of credentialing, quality systems, leadership and rural practice. In this December issue we also include our annual list of Fellows, Members and Candidates, by jurisdiction. The listing is current as at September 2007.

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  • The Quarterly - Vol.40 No.3 September 2007   ( 15 Articles )

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    Our range of topics has remained diverse, with articles on everything from Qatar’s health system, part-time Medical Administration, and palliative care in Queensland to how to deal with journalists, a challenge for all of us. All the articles are designed to inform, educate and widen the strategic view point of our readers. Our regular sections continue to develop, with continuing contributions from, Dr Miriam Martin, Dr Meredith Arcus, Dr Bill Appleton and a recent addition, Ms Kellie Dell’Oro at Health Legal.

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  • The Quarterly   ( 5 Articles )
    The Quarterly is the journal of The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators. It is published quarterly and distributed throughout Australia and New Zealand to approximately 900 College Fellows, Associate Fellows and Candidates, as well as selected libraries and other medical colleges.