From the CEO’s Desk
From the CEO's desk: WONCA happenings
The CEO reports on a range of news items including from Shanghai, Kuching, North America (where a new young doctors' movement has formed), the Caribbean as well as the recent World Health Assembly.
From the CEO's desk: June 2014
Our CEO reports on the three main highlights for this month of Family Doctor Day, the World Health Assembly in Geneva and the WONCA Asia Pacific Region conference in Kuching Malaysia.
From the CEO’s Desk: May 2014
The WONCA CEO reflects on two conferences in South America, the Quito Declaration, and the upcoming World Family Doctor Day and the Asia Pacific conference coming soon in Kuching.
Family Doctor Day - May 19
This year we want to encourage even more organizations to celebrate in appropriate style on 19th May. We would love Member Organisations to tell us in advance of their plans – so that we can promote at least some in WONCA News
From the CEO's desk: Family Doctor Day coming soon
Garth Manning, WONCA CEO, writes about Family Doctor Day, coming up on May 19; past president of WONCA, Dr David Game's visit to the WONCA secretariat;; and attendances on WONCA's behalf to various important meetings.
From the CEO’s Desk: March 2014
WONCA CEO, Garth Manning, writes of meetings attended, upcoming WONCA conferences, direct membership (find out who is Direct member 001), and more.
From the CEO's desk: a new year
Another year begins, and it has been a really hectic few weeks already! The WONCA Executive met in London for three days ( January 17-19) with a very full agenda, and many issues were discussed and debated.
From the CEO's desk: one year on
Hong Kong anniversary celebrations, young doctors and ... we come to the end of the first full year of the WONCA Secretariat in Bangkok. It has been a busy and eventful year, with our first Executive and Council meetings, but we survived, and I’m sure will go from strength to strength.
From the CEO's desk: our next generation of leaders
This month I want to highlight WONCA’s Young Doctor movements and the fantastic work they are doing. These are the next generation of leaders of family medicine and of WONCA, and it is wonderful to see so much energy and enthusiasm – reassuring that the future of family medicine is safe in their hands.