The RNZCGP is the professional body that provides training and ongoing professional development for general practitioners and rural hospital generalists, and sets standards for general practice.
The College is seeking proposals from stakeholders to develop a work programme under the College’s new Clinical Priority Programme.
If you would like to work with the College on a clinical area relevant to general practice or primary care, see here for more information on submitting a proposal.
Rollout of a key platform enabling practices and PHOs to engage with the Foundation Standard begins next month.
The QA2QI system (Quality Assurance to Quality Improvement) will support practices and PHOs as they undertake the assessment process.
We have created a preview of the key QA2QI screens practices and PHOs will use during the assessment process here.
The Foundation Standard represents what is considered to be the minimum legal, professional, and regulatory requirements for general practice.
Our July issue of GP Pulse has a strong focus on the primary healthcare of young people.
We also introduce QA2QI (Quality Assurance to Quality Improvement), the new name for the Foundation Standard information system, countdown to the Conference for General Practice 2015, and lots more.
In 2015 we want to encourage our delegates to imagine how general practice will evolve; to use our conference as an opportunity to develop their own ideas with their peers and our speakers and presenters, and to be inspired by the innovations, and breakthroughs, being made by others.
31 July to 2 August 2015 at Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton.