RACMA 2022Equity and Access - Healthcare for All 28 - 30 Sept | Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart | Tasmania

We look forward to welcoming you to Hobart, Tasmania, for the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators Conference in September 2022.

The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA) welcomes you to join us at our Annual Conference to be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania from 28 to 30 September 2022. Our theme this year is Equity and Access – Healthcare for All.

As our flagship event, the RACMA Annual Conference attracts world-renowned speakers who present latest developments in medical leadership across the globe. Our subthemes in 2022 are:

  • Healthcare for Diverse Populations
  • Socially Conscious Medical Leadership
  • The Evolving Role of the Medical Leader

We look forward to seeing you in Hobart!


Dr Helen Parsons CSC
President RACMA

The story behind the RACMA 2022 logo

Indigenous Artwork Meaning

RACMA commissioned Indigenous artwork specific for the College to use for various publications, communications and projects.

The artwork by Ngarrindjeri Artist Jordan Lovegrove shows The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (RACMA) on their reconciliation journey, providing education, training, knowledge and advice in medical management. RACMA are represented by the large tree (which symbolises life/health/medicine), its branches and root system also depict the foundation, support and strength of RACMA. The large pathway going through the artwork shows RACMA on their reconciliation journey, with the smaller meeting places representing different people and communities they have worked together with on the way.

The four different coloured sections represent RACMA’s four core values:
• Professionalism – Demonstrating self-governance, high standards and ethical behaviour
• Integrity – Doing the right thing in all situations
• Excellence – Striving for outstanding achievement despite constraints
• Respect – Acknowledging and valuing others’ thoughts, opinions, and feelings

RACMA 2022 Conference Logo Meaning

The Conference logo represents a meeting place for our community to gather and work together.
It also includes representation of two well known Tasmanian landmarks: Kunanyi (Mount Wellington) and the Tasman Bridge.

Jordan Lovegrove

Ngarrindjeri young man who is an experienced Artist & Graphic Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the graphic design industry. Skilled in Branding, Logo Design and Indigenous Vector Art. Jordan combines intimate knowledge of Aboriginal communities and illustration skills to develop outstanding Indigenous artwork which is applied to a range of print and online communications.

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