A message from Dr Afraz Adam (DPD) The ‘Expression of Interest’ forms for presentation at our upcoming Boot Camp are rolling in. I have received several queries from our members requesting examples of topics they could present on. Without limiting your scope of imagination, the following are some great examples of Urgent Care topics which…
We are seeking applications for grants to support research in urgent care. The grants are available to all full members. The aim is to foster and support research or projects that support the achievement of the College’s strategic objectives or advance urgent care.
We have completed the transfer of the recertification manual, and the elements of the training programme manual that referred to recertification, to the website. Requirements are now embedded in a series of pages, starting with the introduction page ( https://rnzcuc.org.nz/recertification/ ). You can save each page as a pdf if you wish to retain a hard copy. Relevant forms and more detailed instructions are available through links on the pages.
We have been advised that the Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee (MARC) has a vacancy for a specialist clinician. Applications should be sent to MARC, and close on Wednesday 15 May.
The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Network Aotearoa is conducting a survey of primary healthcare providers on AYA cancer awareness and early identification. The findings from this survey will help the AYA Network to tailor our strategies and education tools to your needs.
Important news for registrars – the College research paper is now called the Medical Literature Project , and the instructions have been refined slightly.
In line with the Supervision Policy, we have finalised the online training for supervisors. It is available here for viewing. You will need to log in to the website to view this material.
The 2019 AGM took place on Saturday at the Goodfellow symposium.
Click on the following link to see the results.
If you’re attending the specialist clinics, you need to let us know once you’ve completed them, so we can update your training programme record. We’ve improved the reporting form, which is available here.
SAVE THE DATE – Saturday 14th September 2019 We will be hosting our first ever Urgent Care Boot Camp on September 14th, 2019 at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland. The ‘boot camp’ will be an intensive, and rigorous day of urgent care presentations. It will be fast paced and packed with short clinical vignettes resembling…