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AMA in Action

AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton and other AMA officials have been busy pushing forward the AMA agenda across a range of areas in the past two weeks. In addition to numerous media interviews, including on ABC TV’s 7.30 Report, Dr Hambleton has held discussions with Council of Australian Governments Reform Council chairman Paul McClintock about the performance of the nation’s public hospitals and hospital funding, met with Mental Health Commission chief executive officer Robyn Kruk, attended the launch of Drug Action Week and discussed child vaccination with senior researchers at CSL Biotherapies in Sydney.

17 Jun 2012

AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton and other AMA officials have been busy pushing forward the AMA agenda across a range of areas in the past two weeks. In addition to numerous media interviews, including on ABC TV’s 7.30 Report, Dr Hambleton has held discussions with Council of Australian Governments Reform Council chairman Paul McClintock about the performance of the nation’s public hospitals and hospital funding, met with Mental Health Commission chief executive officer Robyn Kruk, attended the launch of Drug Action Week and discussed child vaccination with senior researchers at CSL Biotherapies in Sydney.


Published: 17 Jun 2012