RACS Annual Scientific Congress 2021
10 – 14 May 2021
Why should I form a hub?
Forming a hub is a fantastic way to bring your colleagues together to participate in the RACS ASC 2021 as a group. You can watch your surgical specialty sessions together, watch the plenaries and the named lectures together, the sessions of interest together, or even create your own schedule and invite your colleagues.
Where can I make a hub?
A hub can be formed anywhere – metro, rural, interstate, New Zealand, even internationally. A hub could be held in your workplace, your home or anywhere with good WIFI – get creative and share your experience online using the hashtag #RACS2021
What else do I need to know?
Your local RACS State, Territory and New Zealand office will be happy to help with any questions you may have so please reach out. All Fellows must register for ASC 2021 to gain CPD points. If you’re watching at a hub without registering for the ASC, you cannot claim CPD points. RACS ASC 2021 registrations will open in late November.