Extend your knowledge and experience outside of the practice room and into external committees led by the Ministry of Health, PHARMAC, ACC and more.
Why we need representatives
Policy makers need insights into how the sector works, the capabilities and capacity of general practice and the potential unintended consequences of the decisions they make.
This is where you come in
Take your curiosity of modern health issues and jump into important discussions with other like-minded doctors. This is your chance to influence the key decision making that contributes to a variety of initiatives in government bodies and health agencies across New Zealand.
Unless bound by a confidentiality agreement, talking to your peers is essential when forming a particular position on topics presented in a committee. You can take this discussion further by asking the College to request feedback from members in relevant professional interest groups. Depending on the objectives of the committee, you will be required to either meet in person or attend a teleconference up to three or four times a year.
Find out about current College representatives opportunities
We advertise for College representatives when they become available in our weekly enewsletter, ePulse and to our Professional Interest Groups subscribers. Find out more about ePulse and subscribe.
- There are currently no positions advertised,
To apply for a College representative role, complete this application form.
Get in touch
If you are already a representative, please stay in touch with the College and send your updates to firstname.lastname@example.org
Member expression of interest
If you are passionate about a specific professional interest or expertise by emailing email@example.com and we will contact you when something suitable is available.
Need a college representative
If you would like to advertise a GP representative position in your organisation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
at least three weeks before nominations are due. This allows time for advertising and nominating a suitable representative.