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Helen Rodenburg

Clinical Director, Long Term Condtions

Ministry of Health New Zealand

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Ministry of Health New Zealand

P.O. Box 5013

Mount Victoria,6011

New Zealand

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College of General Practitioners


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RNZCGP

President and Council Member


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www.nzdoctor.co.nz

Likewise Wellington GP and another former college president Helen Rodenburg says, "The college has a very specific role in general practice and it's the business of the college members and not other groups."
But, she believes endorsements are within acceptable limits and trusts GPs will make up their own minds.


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Dr Helen Rodenburg, Royal NZ College of General Practitioners, Wellington, NZ


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'I would encourage GPs to use this textbook as a tool to strengthen our generalist role, which is essential to the delivery of primary health care.' - Dr Helen Rodenburg, President, Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners


www.pharmacytimes.com [cached]

But College of General Practitioners president Helen Rodenburg said that in most cases controlled drugs were already prescribed with a lot of checks and balances. Any problems were usually with individual GPs being unaware of guidelines or not following them properly.It was unlikely more guidelines would solve that problem, she said. "If police or specialists know there is a problem in an area they should refer it to a local doctors' group so someone can go in and give some individual guidance." A spokesman from Medsafe -- the Health Ministry agency responsible for monitoring prescribing -- was not available for comment.Tell A Friend>


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