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Every two seconds someone unnecessarily dies from conditions and injuries that are treatable by surgery.
You can stop the clock.
Complete the 2018 Census today. We need your help to collect valuable data on surgical work practices for workforce planning and advocacy.
Nearly 40% of surgeons have not seen a GP in the last two years?
Check-in for a check-up with your local GP.
The Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy has delivered its findings and 12 key recommendations.
Complete the Census and help RACS in its workforce planning and advocacy efforts.
The NT New recently published an online article titled ‘International study suggests NT Government relied on flawed science to justify alcohol floor price.’
Scheduled Downtime for Enrolment Forms, RACS Forms, and Wombat Tool
Sunday 11 November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War.
Surgical site infection is a potential risk of surgery that needs to be managed effectively as part of good patient care.
Check out what RACS activities are happening in your area.
RACS Medico Legal Section proudly presents the Bioethics Forum at RACS Sydney, New South Wales Regional Office.
RACS has embarked on the preparation of a comprehensive evaluation framework for the Building Respect Improving Patient Safety Initiative.
All current Australian RACS trainees have recently been sent the RACSTA Term Evaluation Questionnaire
All 2019 RACS SET1 Trainees are invited to the eighth annual RACSTA Induction Conference.
Join us for the 12th Cowlishaw Symposium on the 13th October
The recent RACS AGM approves the appointment of PKF as the new statutory accounts auditor
A combined workshop for your teams
Senior leaders in business, government, education and community have called on employers to continue to improve the representation of women in leadership
New Zealand Association of General Surgeons
2019 AGITG 21st Annual Scientific Meeting