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  • The NHMRC Ethics Award recognises outstanding Australians for their contributions to high ethical standards in health and medical research. Nominations close 27 March 2015. More
  • The NHMRC Outstanding Contribution Award recognises an outstanding individual and their significant contribution to health and medical research in Australia. Nominations close 27 March 2015. More

Latest News & Announcements

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2015 National Industry Scholarship Grant Initiative

In 2015 Women & Leadership Australia is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across all sectors. From March 2015, the initiative will provide women in the...
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Gynaecological Surgical Skills Workshop, Perth 23 April

The University of WA’s Clinical Training & Evaluation Centre (CTEC) and King Edward Memorial Hospital are running a course for Core trainees who have basic surgical skills but want to develop their...
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Australian Federal Government announces major changes to workforce classification systems

The Australian Federal Government recently announced a change to the Australian Standard Geographical Classification Remoteness Areas (ASGC-RA) system.
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Announcement of New RANZCOG Council for 2014-2016

The RANZCOG Council was endorsed at the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 13 November 2014.
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Become a facilitator at RANZCOG Basic Surgical Workshop in 2015

Help our trainees master essential skills, become a facilitator at RANZCOG Basic Surgical Workshop in 2015.
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