The College is joining other health organisations and colleges to show the public of Aotearoa New Zealand we support vaccination against COVID-19.
Congratulations to Dr Rachel Mackie (Ngātiwai), who is the College’s new Board Apprentice
Opinion piece By Dr Maia Melbourne-Wilcox (FRNZCGP) and Professor Sue Crengle By about the importance of equity in vaccination.
The College welcomes Shehara Farik and Denzel Lumatia-Paki, our two new Auckland-based Equity Advisers (Pasifika and Rural), to the team.
“What can I do outside my work as a GP to connect with my indigenous community and build empathy and trust?” asked registrar Dr David Burton in the wharenui at Te Aranga marae in Hastings.
The Meihana Model is a method of engaging with Māori patients.
Hauora is a Māori philosophy of health that is unique to New Zealand.
What building a school can teach us about health equity
When a student at school turns up with a tub of ice-cream for breakfast because they, ‘couldn’t find a pie’ then you know that something’s wrong.
As a child, Janine Close already had a firm desire to become a doctor.
Please join the College in congratulating Distinguished Fellows Dr Clare Healy and Dr Graeme Fenton, who received New Year’s Honours in 2022
Rural hospitals, and the teams who run them, are as crucial to local communities as the school, yet their contributions go largely unsung.
Rural practice? Jeremy Webber was born to it. Raised in the rural reaches of the Manawatū and Whangārei, he was bonded from an early age to the whenua.
The College office is closed for the Christmas break from 12noon on Friday, 24 December 2021 and will reopen on Wednesday, 5 January 2022 at 8am.
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.
The Gender Justice Collective (GJC) is an independent, intersectional, non-profit network of around 20 individuals and organisations, whose vision is for Aotearoa to lead the world in gender equity.
Mrs B died in 2018 of complications from her carcinoma of the bowel which was first identified during a digital examination in the same year
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