President Dr Sam Murton and acting Chief Executive Terina Moke made two visits to Parliament last week.
First-year registrar, Dr Katelyn Costello, recently won the title of New Zealand Junior Doctor of the Year.
Newly elected president, Dr Sam Murton, ran a webinar on Thursday 7 February with College members'.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi - The Treaty of Waitangi was first signed on 6 February 1840 at Waitangi in the Bay of Islands.
Dr Yan Wong, Medical Director of Clutha Health First, gives us an insight of what it is like to work in rural medicine.
A recent HDC case highlighted the importance of checking a medications indications and contraindications.
An update for Continuing Medical Education (CME) Providers.
Here's an update on the CORNERSTONE® simplification programme.
Variety is the spice of life, as the saying goes, and Dr Jade Robertson can certainly attest to it!
Following her win in the recent College election, we interviewed in-coming President, Dr Sam Murton.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is eager to work more closely with its New Zealand counterpart.
Helen Morgan-Banda resigns as College Chief Executive.
Distinguished Fellow and Wellington GP, Dr Samanatha Murton, wins Presidential election.
Dr Brendan Marshall is a Greymouth GP and rural hospital medicine specialist. He's also the first person to complete an Advanced Diploma of Obstetrics through a New Zealand accredited provider
Our time with antibiotics is running out. Help your patients understand more about antibiotic resistance.
Health Minister David Clark and National's Associate Health spokesperson Dr Shane Reti talk with College National Advisory Council.
Patient Safety Week is here. How can you support patients to limit antimicrobial resistance?
Kaikōura needs you! Find out more about general practice in this bustling seaside town.
Several College Fellows presented claims to the Waitangi Tribunal Health Services and Outcomes inquiry.
Dual Fellow Dr Rory Miller invites you to to follow his new rural research blog.