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 place for poetry in practise

In honour of Dr Greg Judkins, who for more than 30 years has encouraged registrars to use poetry as a medium to reflect on their practise, the College is proud to present… The Greg Judkins Prize for Poetry. Registrars are invited to enter haiku or longer poems about the GP/patient relationship.

Enter now at awards@rnzcgp.org.nz before 8 July 2016.

 

 

May/June issue of GP Pulse out now

We've just released the latest issue of GP Pulse where we cover everything from how language influences your relationships and the health outcomes of overweight patients, our rural report, the Conference programme, the launch of our new website and lots more!

Read the May/June issue of GP Pulse here.

 

Meet Primla Khar

Dr Primla Khar is a GP and medical educator in Auckland. She came to New Zealand from Kashmir, India in 1998 as an aspiring pathologist with her husband a six month old daughter.

Primla shares with us her love for family, community work and her culture.

Read the story here.

 

Thank you to everyone who attended the Conference for General Practice and the Quality Symposium this year.

 

Both events had a large number of attendees through the doors. The Air Force Museum was an amazing venue filled with character and history and it was great to be able to hold the Conference in Christchurch!