Skilled Medical was one of several exhibitors at the Joint Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA) and Hong Kong College of Community Medicine (HKCCM) conference held at the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine in Hong Kong from 5-8 September 2018.
2018 marks 8 years since the last jointly hosted annual scientific meeting. The scientific meeting was themed ‘Change – Disruption. Innovation. Transformation’. The theme was aimed at covering disruptive changes in healthcare, anticipated breakthroughs and their implications and the medical leader’s role in facilitating positive disruption, transformational change and innovation, amongst other topics.
Attracting 300 delegates from across Australia, New Zealand, Asia and beyond, the 4-day conference program included a range of workshops and sessions, a line-up of local, Australian, New Zealand and International speakers, workshops, facility tours to local hospitals, social functions and industry-related exhibitors showcasing products and services. The Gala dinner at Jumbo Kingdom restaurant in Aberdeen, Hong Kong was centred around Chinese culture, with traditional formal Chinese dress, arts & crafts and performances.
Skilled Medical’s Senior Recruitment Consultant, Melissa Houston and Recruitment Manager, Helen Rice were pleased to represent the company at the event. Managing Director, Dr David Campbell and Senior Medical Advisor, Dr Robyn Mason also attended this year’s conference as RACMA Fellows.
“It was an honour to once again participate in RACMA’s annual scientific meeting” said Managing Director, Dr David Campbell. “This year’s conference was a fantastic opportunity to connect with many existing Skilled Medical doctors and clients and make a range of new connections “We are pleased with our role in helping to strengthen medical administration and leadership, not just in Australia but beyond our shores” he said.
For more information on this year's RACMA conference, please follow this link: http://racma-hkccm-asm.com/index.html
Melissa Houston and Helen Rice at the Skilled Medical Hong Kong Stand.