Vicdoc is AMA Victoria’s member magazine. It contains news and in-depth analysis on issues affecting the medical profession in Victoria.

Delivered digitally every quarter, members can stay informed on lobbying and policy developments, industrial relations, employment concerns and medico-legal matters. Vicdoc also offers features stories on individual doctors and news on developments in medicine from Victoria’s research organisations. 

With Vicdoc, members can contribute to debates, raise issues of importance and share their opinions. 

Latest issue

The Autumn 2024 VICDOC magazine is now online for you to access at the click of a button.

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Some of the features you might enjoy in this edition include:

  • On women in rural generalism
    Six women GPs working in rural, regional and remote parts of Victoria on professional life away from the city, being part of a regional community, and how rural generalism can be improved.

  • Meet our new board member
    We are thrilled to welcome Dr Desiree Yap AM to the AMAV Board

  • Melbourne GP awarded OAM
    AMA Victoria member and GP Dr Christine (Chris) Longman's services for medicine across 40+ years in the field were recognised as the 2024 Australia Day (26 January) honours and awards. 

  • Advancing women in leadership
    The Federal AMA is one of five lead partners on the Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership (AWHL) project.

  • Breaking down barriers in medicine
    The trailblazing journey of Dr Rosalind Terry. 

  • Give while you live
    The early life, inspirations and philosophy of philanthropist Dr Laurie Cowled.

  • In-depth with Prof Zoe Wainer
    Prof Zoe Wainer has been the Deputy Secretary, Community and Public Health in the Victorian Department of Health since June 2021. 

  • Why it's important to invest in women
    Research from Beyond Blue reveals that the prevalence of mental illness is higher amongst doctors and medical students than mainstream society.

  • Seeing is believing
    Shreya Mago, Advocacy Officer with the Medical Student Council of Victoria, reflects on intersectionality, inclusion and being a woman of colour in healthcare.

Contribute to Vicdoc

AMA Victoria welcomes contributions from members.

If you've done something significant in the medical world, know someone who has, or if you simply have an idea for a story, let us know. AMA Victoria accepts proposals for articles from individuals and organisations. These are assessed according to our editorial guidelines.

For editorial submissions, please contact Vicdoc Editor Taryn Sheehy at [email protected].

Copy deadline: 5th of each month prior to publication.

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