Are you familiar with this eponymous disease?
Advice to clinics and health professionals is to check the Ministry of Health page on Covid-19 or follow your DHB/PHO recommendations. Click ‘read more’ for brief information on College events and courses.
The Executive Committee has unanimously agreed to endorse the Education Committee’s proposal that specialist clinics be made optional with immediate effect. The reason for the change is that registrar feedback is that they are difficult to organise and learning is limited. The Education Committee advise that the core skills lists cover many of the items…
Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre offers this unique opportunity to lead our clinical team in this new role in the heart of our small and beautiful heritage filled city, close to beaches, many outdoor activities and access to Central Otago.
We have a role for an Urgent Care doctor to join us on a permanent part time basis, working 24-30 hours per week. Ideally FRNZCUC qualified or working towards achieving fellowship qualification in the next six months.
Webinar – RACP statement on Indigenous child health in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand – where to from here
The RACP is hosting a webinar on Indigenous Child Health in Aotearoa NZ and Australia on Thursday 11 March with high-calibre speakers on indigenous child health. The webinar will explore the recently-released RACP statement and provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions and explore the next steps in health care for Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori children.
The Sustainable Healthcare and Climate Health Aotearoa Conference invites experts, researchers, up-and-coming leaders and sustainability champions to submit abstracts for presentation (in person or virtually) at our annual conference in Wellington on 22-23 June 2021.
Using the podcast this week to make sure everyone knows about the 2021 Bootcamp in Christchurch and the call for presenters, the AGM in March and the draft revised recertification programme.
Author: Dr Lize Upton
Date: 10 November 2020
Injuries sustained from dog bites are often seen in Urgent Care. This review looks at relevant studies and the current management guidelines for these injuries in relation to wound closure and the use of prophylactic antibiotics.
The closing date for applications for research grants closes 9am, 3 May.