Ahead of GP19 in Dunedin, we had a chat with keynote speaker Dr Mobasher Butt.
The College is excited to announce the appointment of Susan Huria and Dr Jason Tuhoe to the Board.
The College is excited to announce the appointment of Dr Kēri Rātima to the position of College Pou Whirinaki.
We are excited to be heading back to Dunedin for this year’s Conference for General Practice. Read our tips for your visit.
CORNERSTONE® project update. What we've been working on and where we're up to.
This July we will be welcoming over 500 GPs and primary care professionals to the Dunedin Centre for our annual Conference for General Practice
We’re now inviting practices to participate in a pilot of the CORNERSTONE® Continuous Quality Improvement module
We’re now inviting practices to participate in a pilot of the CORNERSTONE® General Practice module
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners has published its submission on the government’s Health and Disability System Review.
We’re now inviting practices to participate in a pilot of the CORNERSTONE® Teaching Practice module
Today’s Budget announcements will provide New Zealanders with better access to mental health services, says Dr Samantha Murton, President of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.
The College Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Lynne Hayman to the position of College Chief Executive, effective 1 July 2019
Update from the CORNERSTONE® and Foundation Standard Simplification Project Manger.
The College is pleased to release the second of its three Workforce Survey 2018 reports.
Doctors who listen and care are worth their weight in gold according to Honorary Fellow Dame Tariana Turia.
Does your GP wear a cape? You bet they do! This Sunday [19 May] is World Family Doctor Day, a day to celebrate and acknowledge what your family doctor, your GP, does for you and your loved ones.
Join us as we celebrate World Family Doctor Day on Sunday 19 May.
In honour of Dr Greg Judkins who for more than 30 years has encouraged registrars to use poetry as a medium to reflect on their practise
When choosing an audit of medical practice topic, Tauranga GP Dr Anel Reyneke knew it had to be something valuable.
Read about the 2019 Board election results.