Publications and Position Statements

 

Provision of Acute Undifferentiated General Medicine Consultant Services

This document aims to make clear the training, credentialing and continuing professional development requirements for physicians who wish to act as consultants in the care of acute undifferentiated medical patients and who are required to participate in acute undifferentiated general medicine on-take rosters.

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Hospitalists

This paper discusses background issues and IMSANZ's position on the recruitment and training of “hospitalists”.

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Re-examining the essentials for improving quality and safety of hospital care

This position statement presents an analysis of underlying factors responsible for poor quality and unsafe care, and then proceeds to offer a 20-point action plan for improving quality and safety of patient care, with the focus being on in-hospital care and from the perspective of general physicians.

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Standards for MAPU in Public and Private Hospitals

A guide to the function and operations of an acute medical assessment and planning unit

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Restoring the Balance

An action plan for ensuring the equitable delivery of consultant services in general medicine in Australia and New Zealand 2005-2008

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General Physician Numbers in New Zealand

New Zealand general medicine workforce predictions. Discussion Paper prepared by IMSANZ NZ Executive at the request of the RACP (NZ) office.

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General Medicine in Australia and New Zealand: The Way Forward

This enlightening publication informs you about the problems and solutions being implemented by General Physicians.

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