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.
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.
Renowned research centre partners with Porirua health clinic to research Pacific health and genes.
Several College Fellows presented claims to the Waitangi Tribunal Health Services and Outcomes inquiry.
Auckland Faculty members and their friends and family embarked on the Round the Bays Fun Run/Walk for 2020.
Having worked in general practice for over 30 years, College Fellow Dr Alastair Fraser recently reflected on his time working within primary healthcare
When we caught up with Matilda one Friday afternoon, she’d just finished caring for an elderly patient at Dunstan Hospital in Clyde.
For rural hospital doctor (RHD) and Fellow Marc Gutenstein, rural medicine has always been an adventure.
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.
Running a business is not easy and growing a practice can be daunting. Leicester Gouwland from Findex Financial Services provides some useful tips.
ShakeOut is coming up. While it might not be realistic for staff and patients to physically participate in ShakeOut while at the practice, it’s a timely reminder to think about disaster preparedness
College Fellow Dr Emily Cavana has been part of the National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) Advisory Group for the past seven years providing advice and a GP perspective on the programme’s screening processes and implementation
New Zealanders living with the incurable blood cancer, multiple myeloma, can now access a new treatment option following the decision by PHARMAC to subsidise REVLIMID® (lenalidomide) for maintenance treatment from Wednesday April 1, 2020.
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