The first issue of The Quarterly for 2019 is now online for you to update yourself on recent developments and happenings through RACMA.
In this edition we celebrate International Women’s Day by highlighting the work of five RACMA female Fellows, discussing their views on women in medical leadership and where the focus should be in attracting future leaders of the College. The story features Dr Iwona Stolarek (RACMA Vice President), Dr Jennifer Alexander (RACMA first female President), Dr Sidney Chandrasiri (Director Medical Services, Epworth Freemasons and Group Director, Academic & Medical Services Epworth HealthCare), Air Vice-Marshall Tracy Smart (Commander Joint Health and Surgeon General of the Australian Defence Force) and Dr Mellissa Naidoo (Director of Medical Services at Greenslopes Private Hospital, Queensland).
Some other highlights of this edition include the first Medical Administration and Leadership text and an in-depth paper which looks at a practical approach for Victorian Health Services on Voluntary Assisted Dying. There is also the regular member profile Q&A, which features the College’s Jurisdictional Chairs in this edition. Check the latest edition HERE.
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Author: Felicity Gallagher
28th March 2019
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