The Medical Council today called on doctors to work in partnership with Māori and address the issues of inequity they face in the health system.
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The Medical Council strongly supports the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’ Expert Advisory Group position that every patient has a right to expect their health care is uncompromised by discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment in the practice of surgery. More about Bad behaviour in hospitals impacts on patient safety
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The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, (the College), Medical Council of New Zealand (the Council) and HWNZ are working together to implement the staged introduction of the community based attachments More about Update on Community Based Attachments in Prevocational Training
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