Annual Scientific Congress, Bangkok, Thailand 6 – 10 May 2019

Call for abstracts and registrations now open.

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Donate now

Every two seconds someone unnecessarily dies from conditions and injuries that are treatable by surgery. You can stop the clock.

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Do you have a GP?

Nearly 40% of surgeons have not seen a GP in the last two years? Check-in for a check-up with your local GP.

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Scaling up to Save Lives: Protecting current and future generations

The Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy has delivered its findings and 12 key recommendations.

Find out more >

Annual Scientific Congress, Bangkok, Thailand 6 – 10 May 2019

Call for abstracts and registrations now open.

Find out more >

Donate now

Every two seconds someone unnecessarily dies from conditions and injuries that are treatable by surgery. You can stop the clock.

Find out more >

Do you have a GP?

Nearly 40% of surgeons have not seen a GP in the last two years? Check-in for a check-up with your local GP.

Find out more >

Scaling up to Save Lives: Protecting current and future generations

The Inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy has delivered its findings and 12 key recommendations.

Find out more >

RACS News

RACS Annual Scientific Congress – Abstracts close 27 January!

6-10 May 2019, Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand


Need to make your feedback more effective?

Learn how to improve your current feedback processes and apply all facets of the feedback process.


2020 Surgical Education and Training program registration

Registration for the 2020 Surgical Education and Training Program intake is now open.

Setting the Record Straight

The NT New recently published an online article titled ‘International study suggests NT Government relied on flawed science to justify alcohol floor price.’


Managing infections no longer as simple as selecting another antibiotic

Surgical site infection is a potential risk of surgery that needs to be managed effectively as part of good patient care.

Measuring our progress: Building Respect, Improving Patient Safety

RACS has embarked on the preparation of a comprehensive evaluation framework for the Building Respect Improving Patient Safety Initiative.


RACS change of external audit firm

The recent RACS AGM approves the appointment of PKF as the new statutory accounts auditor


Safer Australian Surgical Teamwork

A combined workshop for your teams

Report calls for improved representation of women in leadership

Senior leaders in business, government, education and community have called on employers to continue to improve the representation of women in leadership


Support aspiring Indigenous surgeons today!

Donate today to support aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Islander Strait Islander and Maori surgeons and their communities.

The All at Sea display is now in the walkway

The display focusses on naval surgeons from the inveterate explorer, George Bass to surgeons currently serving in the Navy or Naval reserve.


Surgeons recognised in 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours

Surgeons recognised in 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours


Urologists reject Radiation Oncologists’ position on prostate cancer

Urologists reject Radiation Oncologists’ position on prostate cancer

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RACS News

RACS Annual Scientific Congress – Abstracts close 27 January!

6-10 May 2019, Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand


Need to make your feedback more effective?

Learn how to improve your current feedback processes and apply all facets of the feedback process.


2020 Surgical Education and Training program registration

Registration for the 2020 Surgical Education and Training Program intake is now open.

Setting the Record Straight

The NT New recently published an online article titled ‘International study suggests NT Government relied on flawed science to justify alcohol floor price.’


Managing infections no longer as simple as selecting another antibiotic

Surgical site infection is a potential risk of surgery that needs to be managed effectively as part of good patient care.

Measuring our progress: Building Respect, Improving Patient Safety

RACS has embarked on the preparation of a comprehensive evaluation framework for the Building Respect Improving Patient Safety Initiative.


RACS change of external audit firm

The recent RACS AGM approves the appointment of PKF as the new statutory accounts auditor


Safer Australian Surgical Teamwork

A combined workshop for your teams

Report calls for improved representation of women in leadership

Senior leaders in business, government, education and community have called on employers to continue to improve the representation of women in leadership


Support aspiring Indigenous surgeons today!

Donate today to support aspiring Aboriginal and Torres Islander Strait Islander and Maori surgeons and their communities.

The All at Sea display is now in the walkway

The display focusses on naval surgeons from the inveterate explorer, George Bass to surgeons currently serving in the Navy or Naval reserve.


Surgeons recognised in 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours

Surgeons recognised in 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours


Urologists reject Radiation Oncologists’ position on prostate cancer

Urologists reject Radiation Oncologists’ position on prostate cancer

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Events

Tuesday 5 February

MALT basics - how to get started

Saturday 9 February

Foundation Skills for Surgical Educators (FSSE)- Wellington, NZ

Wednesday 13 February

Academy of Surgical Educators Studio Sessions- Melbourne,VIC

Surgical Specialties