The Conference for General Practice is an annual event that was organised by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. It was held at Auckland’s Aotea Centre between 26 – 29 July 2018, preceded by a Quality Symposium and a Learning and Education Workshop. View the presentations here.
Quality Symposium 26 July 2018:
Keynote: Why bother? Reflections on aspiring to quality in a busy world
Prof Amanda Howe, President, World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA)
Implementing different models of care for the elderly in general practice
Dr Di North FRNZCGP, Michal Boyd, University of Auckland
Harm event detection: How can we reduce high risk of harm events happening in New Zealand primary care?
Helmut Modlik, Patients First
Day 1 Conference:
Keynote: Achieving Health Equity - Tools for addressing racism and other systems of structured inequity
Dr Camara Jones, MD, MPH, PhD, former President of the American Public Health Association; Research Director for Social Determinants of Health and Equity, US Center for Disease Control & Prevention
Auckland City Mission - a perspective on poverty and equity
Holistic outreach at Hauraki. After 3 years, has the Hauraki PHO outreach programme delivered?
Dr Wendy Carroll
The Colville Project: A vision for a multi-purpose wellbeing and education facility in northern Coromandel
Dr Kate Armstrong
Day 2 Conference:
Keynote: Gender, geography and general practice - a global view on making health care more equitable
Prof Amanda Howe, President, World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA)
Keynote: A Defence Force leader's view of leadership and its application to general practice teams
Brigadier Ben Kite
Communication while caring for migrants and refugees
Dr Hernando Sandoval Rodriguez
Who should you have at the practice leadership table?
Day 3 Conference
A workshop on cultural competence for Pacific People
Dr Debbie Ryan
New Model for Primary Mental Health
The challenges of achieving improved outcomes at scale
Dr Allan Moffitt, FRNZCGP
The inherent dysfunction in our health system leads to suffocation of creativity - how can we overcome this?
Dr David Hill, FRNZCGP