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NZ College of Public Health Medicine appoints new Manager

NZ College of Public Health Medicine appoints new General Manager

The NZ College of Public Health Medicine is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane Dancer as General Manager.

Jane brings a wealth of experience to the role, having worked for the past five years at the RNZCGP as National Director, General Practice Education Programme and Group Manager, Professional Development.

Dr Julia Peters, President of the NZ College of Public Health Medicine says "it is with great pleasure we welcome Jane to the team. Her experience in the area of continuing professional development will benefit the further development of the College."

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