The latest edition of The Quarterly – Q3 2020 is now online.
As NAIDOC week is celebrated across Australia, this edition highlights the establishment of the College’s Indigenous Health Working Group, which is a sub-committee of the Policy and Advocacy Committee.
The journal also includes:
- An introduction to the RACMA Board’s newest director – Allison Turnock;
- The team behind the Member Services and Engagement Division in the College office; and
- St Vincent’s Care Services (SVCS) response to the challenges and complexities presented to aged care by the COVID-19 pandemic; and
- A Member article looking at key attributes of senior health executives, and tips for aspiring leaders.
There is also the regular member profile Q&A, featuring some of the College’s leaders. Click HERE for the latest Quarterly or visit the RACMA website to read PAST EDITIONS.
We trust you will enjoy this edition and if you have any suggestions or feedback, from layout to content, or if you wish to contribute to a future issue, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author: Felicity Gallagher
10th November 2020
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