Opinion piece Dr Maia Melbourne-Wilcox and Dr Sue Crengle about Flu vaccinations and taking an active step towards health equity.
Renowned Sāmoan GP and lexicographer, Papa'ali'itele Dr Semisi Ma'ia'i passed away on Friday 8 November 2019.
This year's Patient Safety Week (3 - 9 November) is about understanding bias in health care.
Three Niuean siblings working as GPs in Wellington, helped launch a book celebrating Pacific success in health sciences at the University.
Porirua Union Health Service serves a diverse population. Read about how they manage 700 plus refugee patients.
New research highlights the importance of primary healthcare for pregnant Pacific women in New Zealand – around a quarter of whom experience symptoms of depression during pregnancy.
We caught up with Dr Tony Ruakere MNZM ahead of Sir Māui Pōmare Day to hear his thoughts.
Dr Rāwiri Jansen’s journey to being awarded the Maarire Goodall award honouring his long service and commitment to Māori health has been an interesting one.
The Wellington Faculty takes a trip to Kāpiti Island.
Auckland Faculty members and their friends and family embarked on the Round the Bays Fun Run/Walk for 2020.
Taking health check-ups to the farm gate has proved successful for College Fellow Dr Sue Fowlie, from Rakaia Medical Practice in Canterbury.
Dr Sophie Parnham is close to completion of dual training in both Emergency Medicine (Australasian College) and Rural Hospital Medicine (College’s Division of Rural Hospital Medicine).
The College hosted health leaders and journalists on Wednesday evening, creating the opportunity for key influencers to build connections and strengthen relationships in a relaxed, friendly environment.
College CEO Lynne Hayman has been on the road during January and February meeting with Primary Health Organisations to talk about the College’s new Foundation and Cornerstone programmes.
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.
A new online service that’s free for all GPs can help doctors easily reduce harm from medications for their patients.
Dr Bryan Betty provides up an update on three issues he's been working on recently.
An engaging three-day event you won't want to miss.