Objectives
Australian senior active doctors association

The objectives of the Australian Senior Active Doctors Association (ASADA) are:

1.    To maintain, advance and promote the ethical standards, integrity and reputation of Australian Senior Active Doctors.

2.    To maintain, advance and promote the active contribution of Senior Active Doctors to Australian medicine and Australian healthcare and the maintenance of clinical privileges within a framework of evidence based public regulation of Australian medical practice.

3.    To develop and promote policies that maximise the contribution of Australian Senior Active Doctors to Australian healthcare and allow for graded transition of roles for senior years of practice at the discretion of the senior doctor.

4.    To research, develop, establish and promote policies that will mobilise the contribution of Australian Senior Active Doctors to Australian healthcare and to advise and conduct relevant continuing professional development programs which meet the needs of Australian Senior Active Doctors and are relevant to their level of practice.

5.    To represent industrially and politically the professional concerns of Australian Senior Active Doctors.

6.    To build and strengthen the relationship between Australian Senior Active Doctors and other members of the Australian medical profession and to promote fellowship between Australian Senior Active Doctors.

7.    To encourage the involvement of Australian Senior Active Doctors in issues of concern to the medical profession, including active involvement and participation in medical organisations which recognise the contribution and potential contribution of Australian Senior Active Doctors.

8.    To encourage the contribution of Australian Senior Active Doctors to the Australian Doctors’ Fund Ltd and to receive sponsorship from any organisation which is sympathetic to the objects of the ASADA.

To gain a deeper understanding of the issues involved please download: Australian Senior Active Doctors Association (ASADA) Background Paper 26/9/2012