WEBINAR 6 October: Practical guidance around how capacity is assessed, with case studies to provide context.

WEBINAR 22 September: Professor Alan Barber and Professor Valery Feigin will present clinical updates on stroke and TIA, and look at some relevant clinical cases.

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory tract. New Zealand has one of the highest reported cases of asthma globally, with the prevalence of asthma highest amongst children and young adults.

It is dominant amongst Māori and Pacific children.

Adverse reactions to foods can be classified depending on whether there is an immune mediated reaction or not. Immune mediated reactions can be further broken down by whether they are due to IgE allergic antibodies or not.

Goodfellow Gems

Practice changing and practice maintaining information delivered to your email inbox every two weeks. Gems are chosen by the Goodfellow Director and are educational information and not clinical advice.
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Goodfellow Podcasts

Goodfellow Unit podcast episodes are audio interviews with leading experts and always have a primary healthcare focus. You can listen via iTunes or the Goodfellow Unit website from any device.
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16 September 2020
02 September 2020
04 August 2020

For Your Diary

Discover new and interesting continuing professional development opportunities for primary health care practitioners. These events are hosted by a wide variety of New Zealand health care organisations.
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Goodfellow eLearning

Interactive, peer reviewed eLearning content on a wide variety of primary healthcare topics. Complete self-paced online courses to receive RNZCGP points and certification.
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Child and youth health, Respiratory
Child and youth health
Musculoskeletal & Orthopaedics
Pregnancy and reproductive health

Goodfellow Webinars

Participate in our free online live webinar events from anywhere in the world on any device. Presentations, interviews and audience Q&A sessions all with a primary health care focus. Have your questions answered live by our specially chosen New Zealand experts.
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