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The Postgraduate Diploma in General Practice (PGDipGP) has been designed to meet the needs of New Zealand general practitioners. Normally one paper is taken each semester or each year on a part-time basis, usually over two or three years.
The papers are all distance-taught and use a combination of delivered course material, supplementary readings, audio conferences, internet, and residentials.
The following papers will be offered in 2017:
- GENA 823 – Teaching and Learning in Medical Practice (full year)
- GENA 821 – Research Methods (full year)
- GENA 825 – Culture, Health and Society (semester 2)
Not all papers are offered every year, and papers are usually rotated every two or three years. The following paper will be offered in 2018:
The following papers are expected to be offered in 2019:
- GENA 822 Advanced Nature of General Practice (semester 2)
- GENA 823 Teaching and Learning in Medical Practice (full year)
- GENA 825 Culture, Health and Society (semester 1)
After completing the PGDipGP, students can—if they wish—complete a Master of General Practice (MGP) degree.
Please contact Convenor of Postgraduate Programme Associate Professor Chrystal Jaye if you have any queries about postgraduate study in the department.