General Practice and Quality Symposium of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners
The Langham HotelAuckland, NEW ZEALAND Visit the Venue to read more
The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Annual Conference brings together leading general practitioners, other primary care leaders and practice teams from across the country for engagement, education and inspiration.
The 2016 conference will be held at the Langham Hotel in Auckland from 29 July to 31 July 2016. The extended programme will include our highly-regarded Quality Symposium as a pre-conference day on 28 July 2016.
The three day conference programme will focus on preparing general practice leaders and their teams to be successful and seize opportunities offered by the rapidly changing primary health sector. The presence of international keynote speakers, together with a number of our esteemed health professionals from around New Zealand, will ensure our delegates are aware of the developments in health care from here and around the globe.
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
The Langham Hotel
83, Symonds Street Auckland New Zealand
Individuals or collaborative groups are invited to submit abstracts for sessions that relate to the theme of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners' Annual Conference and/or Quality Symposium outlined below.
In order to submit your abstract, read the theme and instructions below before clicking on the 'submit your abstract' button at the end.
ANNUAL CONFERENCE – FRIDAY 29 JULY TO SUNDAY 31 JULY 2016
The theme for the 2016 Conference is:
Reflect, Renew, Replenish
Mate atu he tētēkura, ara mai he tētēkura
(When one frond dies another frond rises)
General practice is heading into a brave new world – non-communicable diseases, changes in demographics and workforce issues are driving us towards change. Many practices are adopting new strategies and approaches to their patient and whanau relationships. We encourage and welcome all in-practice and external healthcare providers, customers and other stakeholders to consider sharing their experiences and expectations.
QUALITY SYMPOSIUM - THURSDAY 28 JULY 2016
The theme for the 2016 Quality Symposium is:
Conversations at the edge: exceeding patient expectations
The Quality Symposium will be held as a pre-conference day on Thursday 28 July 2016, with a focus on the relationship between GPs and their patients and the expectations they place on General Practitioners.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
Individuals or collaborative groups are invited to submit abstracts. The programme committee is willing to embrace innovation in your choice of delivery method as well as your topic/s for presentation.
The conference theme for 2016 encapsulates:
equity in health care outcomes
teams: managing complexity
workforce demographics and the changing the face of general practice
the patient journey
use of data
role of general practice in knowledge leadership
the New Zealand Health Strategy
We welcome abstracts that look towards the future and explore how to create and sustainably deliver high-quality, patient-centred care. If you do not want to submit an abstract yourself, but there is something you would like to hear about or see at conference, please let us know.
The programme committee welcomes the submission of abstracts for:
Professional development / CME presentations, posters & workshops
Below are some guidelines to help you format your abstract:
Title and author(s) surname(s) to be in capital letters, bold, and the name of the presenting author should be underlined, e.g. ALLEN Rose, BAKER Fred, Department of General Practice & Primary Health Care, University of Marlborough, PB 123456, Nelson, 0987, New Zealand
Standard scientific abbreviations should be included in parenthesis after the first use of the full word(s)
Do not include titles or degrees
Arial 12 point, single spacing, do not indent paragraphs
No longer than 250 words
Check spelling (use UK or NZ) and grammar
All abstracts need to stipulate how they have addressed equity issues (e.g. ethnicity, gender, age, and rurality).
Closing date for submission of abstracts Thursday 25 February 2016
Review of submissions March 2016
Notification of acceptance end of Thursday 25 April 2016
T: 09 281 5588
M: 021 918 524
T: 09 281 5588
M: 021 918 524