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Read our summary of the 18 February Coronavirus webinar for members.
There aren’t any quick fixes to the GP shortages hurting New Zealand’s most vulnerable communities.
More than 1000 GPs, nurses, and health professionals have now registered to come to Auckland in April for the Asia-Pacific regional conference on family medicine.
On Tuesday 4 February the College hosted a member webinar to update GPs on the current state of play regarding coronavirus.
Ahead of WONCA 2020, we had a chat with keynote speaker Professor James Renwick
Today the College released the results of the 2019 General Practice Education Programme (GPEP) exams which were held at the end of 2019. In total, 228 candidates participated in the 2019 exams.
Ahead of WONCA 2020, we had a chat with keynote speaker Professor Trish Greenhalgh.
Renowned Sāmoan GP and lexicographer, Papa'ali'itele Dr Semisi Ma'ia'i passed away on Friday 8 November 2019.
Following extensive consultation and a pilot, the College is pleased to present the finalised Quality framework.
The College is delighted to announce that Dr Bryan Betty has accepted the position of College Medical Director, effective 9 September
The College welcomed 185 new Fellows at the Fellowship ceremony as part of the Conference for General Practice.
The Greg Judkins poetry prize winners were announced at this years annual GPEP and Distinguished Fellows’ Breakfast, held as part of the 2019 Conference for General Practice in Dunedin.
More than 500 delegates from around the country attended this years College Conference in Dunedin.
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.
This July we will be welcoming over 500 GPs and primary care professionals to the Dunedin Centre for our annual Conference for General Practice
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners has published its submission on the government’s Health and Disability System Review.