The College holds an Annual Scientific Meeting Conference which is usually held in one of the capital cities across Australia or New Zealand.
In 2010, RACMA entered into an agreement with the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine to co-host an Annual Scientific Meeting Conference every eight years.
An integral part of the RACMA Annual Conference is the Langford Oration, which was named in honour of the College’s Foundation President, the late Dr Sam Langford. It is delivered by a distinguished person on a topic of his or her choosing. At the conclusion of the Langford Oration, new Fellows and Associate Fellows are admitted to the College in a conferment ceremony and a special presentation is made to RACMA’S esteemed award winners.
The event will be opened by Her Excellency the Honourable Barbara Baker AC, Governor of Tasmania with a Welcome to Country performed by Alison Overeem, Leprena Centre Manager, Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC Tasmania).
The Conference has attracted 12 presentations from key senior medical leaders which cover off research and insights under the themes of Healthcare for Diverse Populations, Socially Conscious Medical Leadership and The Evolving Role of the Medical Leader.
In addition to the program there are workshops prior to and after the Conference, which are open for registration:
For more information and to register visit racmaconference.com.au.