From the President

Choosing Wisely

As members may be aware, the College is involved in Choosing Wisely Australia, a campaign led by Australia’s medical colleges and professional societies and facilitated by NPS MedicineWise to improve resource utilisation in health care.  Following consultation, the College has identified those practices that warrant scrutiny and will be providing five recommendations of tests, treatments and procedures that clinicians and consumers should question.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  from Diplomates and Fellows in relation to the draft suggestions  is welcomed.  

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Public Consultation – Draft Revised Registration Standard for Specialist Registration

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Clinical Practice Guidelines – Decreased Fetal Movements

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$26 million FIGO World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics secured for Sydney

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Patient Safety Lead Training Program – Registrations Open

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Vaginal Seeding

Many women have heard about, and may be interested in, the practice of ‘seeding’. View the College's recent Communique on vaginal seeding.
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