When attending the webinars, you are encouraged to keep a Record of Learning to record your education hours. This can be as easy as maintaining an Excel spreadsheet.

Did you miss a Webinar? See links below to recent recordings:


1.  WEBINAR: Making a Difference in Disease Management: a focus on Asthma, Pertussis, COPD and Meningococcal Disease

Saturday, 14 November 2020 @ 10.30am – 3.00pm

Our Speakers:  Ann Wheat – Nurse Manager/Asthma Nurse Educator – Asthma 2020: Epidemiology, Control & Treatment Options in New Zealand; Teresa Hawke – GSK Medical Science Liaison: Minimising vaccine-preventable conditions in adult patients with respiratory disease (with a focus on pertussis) + Q&A; A/Prof Rob Young – COPD for Primary care: What now and what’s ahead?; Sian Gilhooley – Child Health Services manager & Immunisation Coordinator: The ABCWY for Meningococcal Disease.

The ‘Making a Difference in Disease Management’ multi-disciplinary educational activity has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 3.5 CME credits for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes. This event has also been endorsed by the College of Nurses Aotearoa (CNA) for 4 hours of professional development.

Please contact Lauren Anelay for any query or support required – Lauren.j.anelay@gsk.com



2. Goodfellow Symposium 2021 – Skills for Next Monday

Saturday and Sunday, 27-28 March 2021

Good news! Our 2021 Symposium is going ahead – but with a twist – it’ll be virtual.

It’s the sensible thing to do with COVID likely to be around for a while yet, and our key concern is everybody’s safety.

You’ll still get a rich multi-stream two-day programme and be able to interact with our speakers. An added benefit is that you’ll have immediate access to all the talks and discussions, not just the one you’re participating in: each session will be posted on our website as soon as it finishes. 

See Here for Programme and Registration