Surgical Information Recruitment Night

The Northern Network will be hosting a surgical information recruitment night. It will be held on Wednesday the 4th of July from 6-8pm, in Room 5D/E, Level 5 (Yellow Lift) in the Acute Service Building at Royal North Shore Hospital. Download the flyer here.

Message from Professor Tom Hugh

Another important academic position within the RNS SERT Institute (Lead, Surgical Excellence and Performance Change) will be advertised in the coming weeks and I encourage interested surgeons to apply (more on page 4). We will also be recruiting a 0.5 FTE administrative officer to support our ever-expanding work! Based on feedback from surgical departments during …

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International Clinical Trials Day Showcase

The RNS SERT Institute is collaborating with the Kolling Institute of Medical Research to celebrate the International Clinical Trials Day at the RNS hospital. The event is highly supported by the NHMRC. The Day itself falls on 20 May but because it is a Sunday this year, we will be celebrating it on Friday 18 …

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New Appointment – Dr Anthony Glover

Anthony had been appointed to the SERT Institute as Lead for the Masters of Surgery program. Anthony is an Endocrine, Oncology and General Surgeon, and an NHMRC Early Career Fellow. His research focuses on understanding the molecular biology of endocrine cancers (thyroid and adrenal) to develop new treatments to improve outcomes. Anthony completed general surgical …

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Visit from the NSW Ministry of Health

We were recently visited by delegates of the NSW Ministry of Health’s Health System Purchasing and Performance Branch Melinda Pascoe and Chrissie Crawford. Their role includes advising the Ministry on improvement strategies, performance against key indicators and issues regarding elective surgical services. The purpose of their visit was to get a better understanding of the …

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Sydney Medical Program Update

by Associate Professor Margaret Schnitzler The surgical teaching component of the Sydney Medical Program has been favourably evaluated by students. However, we are always striving to improve the teaching of surgery and student experience. With this in mind, we ran the inaugural summer surgical program for 4 weeks in November/December 2017. This program is designed …

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