A revised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme framework is looking to deliver better outcomes for patients and doctors in a new way.
In July 2020 the College’s Waikato Faculty started piloting a mentorship programme.
Achieving equity in Aotearoa’s health care system is one of the key components in the College’s Statement of Strategic Intent Te Rautaki.
A Trust founded in 1967 has recently been reworked to future proof how the College allocates funds for medical research that benefits general practice.
Review of CME providers prioritises equity, cultural safety, and self-reflection
When Dr Rachel Mackie was elected as the new Chair of Māori representative group Te Akoranga a Māui she knew what she had to do.
Jason (Hauraki, Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Pikiao) has recently been named deputy chair of Te Akorangi a Māui, the College’s Māori representative group.
This August we will be launching our 2020 Workforce Survey and we’re inviting all College members to take part.
Growing up in Tokoroa, Dr Caitlin Whitford knew that rural communities often don’t have the doctors they need and from day one at medical school, she aimed to fill that gap.
Isolated rural communities are made up of a special kind of people — and that means the doctors that look after them have to be pretty special too.
College Fellow, Dr Pauline Horrill is a convenor and teacher of postgraduate primary health care papers at the University.
Alliance health Plus PHO held their annual awards recently, celebrating outstanding achievement in primary care.
When New Zealand’s COVID-19 pandemic response needed a Pasifika voice, Dr Api Talemaitoga did not hesitate to step up to the task.
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