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2023 IAMRA Conference on International Medical Regulation
Registration for IAMRA 2023 is now open.
The Conference will be of interest to:
• Members and Partners of IAMRA, their Board / Council members and staff
• Other health practitioner regulatory authorities
• Medical educators and accreditors of medical education
• Agencies that deal with complaints about health practitioner
• Government agencies involved in medical workforce and professional regulation
• Academics and other professionals with an interest in professional regulation.
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The Conference Organising Committee warmly invites you to submit an abstract for
IAMRA’s 15th International Conference on Medical Regulation.
Abstracts may be submitted for presentations, workshops or posters.
The Conference theme is:
Do not miss this opportunity to share your experience, concerns & ideas.
For a full list of themes and subthemes, as well as guidelines for authors, or click the button below.
A variety of levels of sponsorship will be made available. You will be able to tailor your sponsorship to match your budget and
Do not miss this chance to promote your brand and key messages to local and international leaders in professional regulations.
More information will be available soon.
2022 IAMRA Webinars
Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility and Anti-racism
September 13, 2022
A recording of IAMRA's webinar: Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility and Anti-racism is now available in the Members Only section of the IAMRA website.
Special guests, Elder Sulksun joined us from British Columbia and Kaitiaki Mana Māori, Richard Tankersley joined us from Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Mrs. Joan Simeon, Chair-elect of IAMRA and Manukura/Chief Executive of the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) and Kiri Rikihana, Manukura Tuarua/Deputy Chief Executive of MCNZ, spoke to the Cultural Safety work they have done in Aotearoa/New Zealand as it relates to practice standards, educational accreditation requirements, and their work with the Māori doctors group.
Dr. Heidi Oetter, Chair of IAMRA and Registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia spoke about her organization’s commitment to Cultural Safety and Humility and reconciliation on everything from governance and board/ committee education requirements through their review of the complaints processes to make them more accessible and safe for Indigenous people.
For more information on this and other IAMRA webinars, please contact the IAMRA Secretariat.
A recording of IAMRA's webinar: Telehealth and Virtual Care - COVID and Beyond is now available in the Members Only section of the IAMRA website. You will also find a speaker list and additional information provided during this event.
IAMRA Webinar: Telehealth and Virtual Care - COVID and Beyond
July 28, 2022
The emergence of COVID-19 has resulted in a rapid expansion of the use of technology to deliver health services. Virtual services such as telehealth played an important role in the pandemic planning and response.
The rapid integration of telehealth was an innovative and necessary solution to ensure the ongoing delivery of healthcare. However, with such rapid advancement a need has emerged for increased education, quality assurance, protocols and monitoring.
During this webinar panel members discussed lessons learned through the pandemic and issues that regulators need to pay attention to, as telehealth and virtual care are embedded in the ongoing delivery of healthcare services.
This webinar was facilitated by Mrs. Joan Simeon, CEO of the Medical Council of New Zealand. Speakers (in order of introduction):
IAMRA welcomes applications from MRAs and other organizations involved in medical regulation, from medical schools, and from organizations involved in regulating other health professions around the world. As a membership organization, IAMRA values the communication, participation, and interaction that are key to the success of this international collaboration.
We invite you to learn more about the benefits of membership and our membership levels.
IAMRA eNews is a quarterly newsletter to facilitate the sharing of information by and for those with an interest in medical regulation. To read the latest edition of IAMRA eNews click here. If you would like to submit an article or a news item for a future edition of IAMRA eNews, please Contact Us.