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The reluctant leader He kaihautū, he whakatōngā
This article celebrates Te wiki o te reo Māori and profiles the Medical Council’s chair, Dr Curtis Walker.
The Council would like to thank New Zealand Doctor magazine for granting permission to republish it online.
Media Statement - Dr Sharif Fattah
Dr Sharif Fattah has recently been convicted in Australia on a number of sexual offending charges involving female patients. The offending occurred in early 2016.
We want to assure the public that Dr Fattah is not able to practise as a doctor in New Zealand and has not practised since 31 August 2016. Public safety is paramount to the Medical Council and is our primary focus.