This Guide is a framework for use when developing or reviewing programmes set up to demonstrate the competence and performance of medical specialists.
Published in Osteoporosis International, ‘The APCO Framework’ comprises 16 minimum clinical standards that will serve as a benchmark for the provision of optimal osteoporosis care in the region.
The APCO Framework offers clinicians structured, well-articulated, and readily accessible clinical practice guidelines that define:
Select this link to read an article by Peter Robertson, Immediate Past President of the NZOA, originally published in the Pharmacy Guild Contact magazine.
These two Research Registrar positions comprise 0.5 FTE clinical work as a non-Training Registrar with the remainder of the week protected for academic activity.
Posts may be of 6 or 12 months duration depending on an applicant's goals.
Expressions of interest are welcome year-round with interviews generally undertaken in May of the preceding year.
Please contact Joe Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Employers continue to get themselves into avoidable difficulties by not following good systems when it comes to employee records and handling disciplinary matters.
Alan Knowsley from Rainey Collins Lawyers has identified three recent cases that serve as good examples of regular employer mistakes.
MCNZ has released its Strengthened Recertification Requirements for Vocationally Registered Doctors. These are expected to be implemented by 1 July 2022. Select this link to read the covering letter from MCNZ summarising the requirements.
NZOA has submitted a response to MCNZ's draft revised Statement on Information, Choice of Treatment and Informed Consent. The submission can be read here.