From the President

  • MBA Consultation: the Medical Board of Australia is seeking public comment on cosmetic medical and surgical procedures provided by medical practitioners. Members wishing to contribute to this consultation should refer to the MBA website. More
  • Advice has been received from CSL-Behring regarding the administration of anti-D to women with a BMI over 30. More
  • Queensland Clinical Guidelines (QCG) is seeking expressions of interest from clinicians and consumers interested in contributing to the development of parent information aligned to statewide clinical guidelines (Maternity and Neonatal). More

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Visiting the Museum

The museum is open to Fellows, members, Friends of the College Collection and researchers. Members of the public are welcome to visit by appointment.

The museum is open 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday. The museum curator works on Mondays.
Donations of material are welcome. Please contact the museum curator.


Ms Grainne Murphy
Museum Curator

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