Read the latest flu and other vaccination updates here.
How to correctly put on and take off personal protective equipment
Virtual health, PMS features and conduction a walk-through information.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic there is now funding available via POAC for the assessment of suspect cases.
develop and implement business continuity steps for general practice clinics
during L3 and L4 pandemic phases.
We're sharing some of the questions we've had from practices which we think will be useful reading for others.
Dr Jo Scott-Jones shares some tips and tricks to help you get started with virtual health services, which could help with working during COVID-19 in a range of ways.
Wednesday 11 March 2020 the 'alcohol status'
prompt will be available for all BPAC prompt users. This will allow
consistency of recording, and is a response to practice requests.
MHN CEO Helen Parker blogs about how we're ensuring the advocacy voice for primary care is loud and on point.
has been designated as the year of the nurse and the midwife by the World
Health Organization, and Pinnacle is very keen to support this.
The University of Auckland is conducting research to establish the
acceptability and feasibility of using a web-based Alcohol Risk Communication
Tool in General Practice settings.
Tane Takitu Ake ki Taupō (Men standing strong in Taupō) is a kaupapa Māori six-week program with a focus on Māori men 's health.
The Midlands Regional Health Network Charitable Trust Board wish to congratulate Hayden for his appointment as Chair of the Initial Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission
The broader Pinnacle Group sees the Health and Disability System Review - Interim Report as effectively highlighting many of the key challenges and opportunities the NZ health sector is facing.
Extra faces are set to join the extended primary care team at Tokoroa Medical Centre from next week.
Remember when everyone thought the Chernobyl disaster would never happen? Medical director Jo Scott Jones shares his thoughts on the workforce crisis.
Dr Hayley Scott of Health Te Aroha shares her Game of Thrones analogy for general practice in New Zealand