The Education Advisory Group
The EAG provides our Board, chief executive and management team with expert advice for our education and training programmes, including GPEP for registrars, Fellowship Assessment standards, and continuing professional development for Fellows.
All members of the College belong to a regional Faculty where they have the opportunity to be involved in local discussion and decision-making. The nine Faculties from North to South are:
- Hawkes Bay
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Te Akoranga a Māui
The name of Te Akoranga a Māui holds special significance for its members and for the College.
Māui refers to Sir Māui Pōmare, the first Māori doctor to graduate from any medical school, and Akoranga means teaching, learning and education. With more than 150 members, Te Akoranga a Māui is proud to be the first indigenous representative group established in any Australian or New Zealand medical college.
There are a further seven sub-Faculties which are designed to build more collaboration and connection particularly in North Island regions. Every College member automatically receives news about the activities of their Faculty via email.
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Unlike Faculties, Chapters are optional groups of members that revolve around major national areas of practice. The four Chapters are:
Made up of members who identify as Pasifika, it also welcomes members who serve communities with large Pacific populations or have interest in Pacific health issues.
The voice of registrars; GPEP1 seminar groups elect a representative. During GPEP2/3 a representative is elected from each learning group and one from Rural Hospital Medicine. The resulting committee works together to provide activities that support and represent registrars.
Rural General Practitioners’ Chapter
What issues are facing rural practitioners? How can we put a ‘rural lens’ over the work of the College? What initiatives could improve the quality of rural training and general practice? Rural GPs have the opportunity to connect and collaborate to address these questions through the Chapter’s committees.
Rural Hospital Generalists' Chapter
This Chapter serves as a hub to define and improve the body of knowledge for this specialist field, while providing education and collegial support. All Division of Rural Hospital Medicine New Zealand members automatically belong to this Chapter.
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College rules and regulations
The College rules and regulation handbooks outline how the organisation is run in detail, involving members, staff, finance, powers, definitions, charitable purpose and much more
College rules (2012)
College regulations (2009 under review)
Every meeting of the College Board and the National Advisory Council is summarised and made available to our members through minutes.
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