|New Zealand Medical Association|
The New Zealand Medical Association is the country's foremost pan-professional medical organisation. We are the largest medical organisation in New Zealand, and our members come from all disciplines within the medical profession, and include specialists, general practitioners, doctors-in-training and medical students.
The NZMA provides leadership of the medical profession, and promotes professional unity and values; and the health of New Zealanders.
The key roles of the NZMA are:
The NZMA's Doctors-in-Training Council was established in 2002 to provide support and representation to the NZMA's RMO, trainee intern, and medical student members, who are the future of the medical profession. The DITC contributes to NZMA advocacy on a wide variety of issues, particularly government policies (such as workforce). Visit our website: http://www.nzma.org.nz/about/DITC.html
Are you an NZMA member?
As a member of the New Zealand Medical Association, you are helping to ensure that your profession has a strong and effective voice in national affairs. We rely on the support of doctors for our continued ability to advocate on behalf of the medical profession at the highest levels.
As an NZMA member you will also continue to enjoy many benefits, the latest of which is the NZMJ Digest, posted to you six times a year. You have access to the online New Zealand Medical Journal, NZMJ email alerts, the weekly email bulletin Vital Signs, the members only section of the website, our Member Advisory Service, and the posted newsletter Medspeak.
Join now: www.nzma.org.nz/membership