The College will list CME-endorsed events and those from organisations affiliated to the College in ePulse and on the website for free. Non CME-endorsed events can also be listed at a cost of $270+GST.
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A gynaecology update presented by Mr Peter Abels, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
A webinar session exploring the relationship between social determinants of health and clinical burnout.
A one-day seminar with New Zealand's leading Yellow Fever specialists.
Professional development for those supporting families affected by mental illness related to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood.
Oxford Women's Health hosts a series of CME Endorsed events throughout 2019.
Fully accredited, highly practical skin cancer teaching by leading skin cancer experts - made dead simple
An annual 3-day programme featuring short talks, influential panel discussions and the opportunity to be hands-on in our popular practical sessions.
Combining a fresh, local 'jam' session with revelry in the Toast Martinborough style, this weekend event is not to be missed.
The Canterbury Faculty would like to invite all Canterbury Faculty members to our annual GP, medical student, and trainee intern evening.
Now in its 21st year, this conference continues to grow in popularity bringing together GP’s from across New Zealand for one of the best educational events in the country.
Hosted by the Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, University of Auckland, this is an interactive course designed for clinical educators.
Hosted by the College's Rural Chapter, the rural research day will feature a range of speakers.
The Annual Rural Health Conference 2019 will feature workshops, concurrent sessions, nine keynote speakers and more.
Hosted by Mary Potter Hospice, this event will discuss the challenges of communicating in conversations in palliative care.
Lucy will share her experiences and thoughts on doctor well being in this interactive session.
A ‘must-do’ for all doctors, health practitioners, students and members of the public who want to hear the advantages of integrative medicine.
Hosted by the Healthy Start Workforce Project.
Hosted by Surfing Medicine International, the conference features a three-day programme of inspiring lectures including workshops, outdoor activities and more.
Hosted by Nurse Practitioner New Zealand.
The Wellington Faculty of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners warmly invite you to attend the 2019 Annual General Meeting.
This seminar will cover clinical pharmacology as it applies to primary care and common misconceptions about medicines in NZ.
Hosted by the Skin Cancer College Australasia, this course is for doctors already undertaking simple skin excisions and routine closures in primary practice.
Hosted by the Skin Cancer College Australasia, this is an ideal introduction to dermoscopy for doctors and nurses wanting to understand the basics.
This workshop will address the inequalities and inequity through engagement initiatives used in a Maori men’s health and wellbeing programme based in Rotorua.
Social wellbeing – understanding welfare entitlements for former refugees & asylum seekers and how we can improve their access to it.
Featuring guest speaker and wellbeing expert Dr Tom Mulholland.
A weekend of learning and collegiality, featuring eight speakers including Robert Bester, Hamish Wilson and more.
Hosted by the New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes.
The Choosing Wisely campaign encourages health professionals to talk with patients about unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures.
Conducted by Adjunct Associate Professor Amanda Oakley, this one-day course addresses clinical and dermatoscopic diagnosis of common benign and malignant skin lesions.
Hosted by the Northland Faculty, the conference is a collegial opportunity which will contribute to your continued medical education.
This seminar will cover the impact of trauma on maternal mental health, risk factors, diagnosis and management options including medication and referral to other health professionals.
Hosted by the Department of Medicine, the conference begins with a meet and greet dinner and will feature talks by some of the departments best teachers.
The annual Conference for General Practice is the only conference in New Zealand that is presented by GPs, for GPs.