Manly Medical Centre GP Jo Blakey is the RNZCGP’s new board apprentice, the third in its history
Opportunities to save people who suffer cardiac arrest are being missed
The departure of ProCare strikes a heavy financial blow for GPNZ, but the organisation remains committed to supporting general practice
BPAC wins $750,000 Ministry of Health contract to roll out two electronic decision support tools
Delays in negotiating the implementation of the Foundation Standard have resulted in a little breathing room for practices required to meet the new minimum standards
Money talks, but when it comes to GP earnings, no one likes talking money. Liane Topham-Kindley gets a feel for what’s happening to GP incomes
Reporter Rachel Wattie takes a ride on the Outer LINK bus, for a look at general practice in Auckland's inner suburbs
Thirteen first-year GP registrars told New Zealand Doctor back in 2013 about their aspirations and reasons for being in general practice. Now older and wiser, Bruce Lee finds out if being a GP lived up to their expectations
Departing practice manager Kevin Rowlett reflects on going paperless and LEAN, making a GP a millionaire, and the changing role of practice manager
Ashburton GP Charlotte Cox was frustrated by delays in the consent process for building a new medical centre, so turned to plan B when suitable premises became vacant in the town
Hokianga Health Enterprise Trust is struggling under the weight of multiple government contracts with ever increasing complex reporting and compliance requirements
Prime Minister's Science Prize winners for 2015: Mark Bolland, Andrew Grey and Ian Reid from the University of Auckland.
Video by Debbie Woodhall
NZMA GP Council chair Kate Baddock finds a few loose ends in the draft of the New Zealand Health Strategy
Wellington GP and senior lecturer in the department of primary health care and general practice at the University of Otago, Wellington, Ben Gray, reflects on the report by the health and disability commissioner, Delayed diagnosis of cancer in primary care, released earlier this year.
Failing to listen to specialists leads to bad ideas, endlessly repeated until they’re seen to be correct. This seems to be the way health reform is done, Ian Powell suggests
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