Māori and Pasifika, and ophthalmology

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) has identified indigenous workforce development as a priority. Dr Simone Freundlich and RANZCO Māori and Pasifika Committee chair Dr Will Cunningham are tackling this in New Zealand, analysing Māori and Pasifika graduate interest in ophthalmology.   

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