It’s amazing how hard it is to let some things that you value, enjoy, and that have become motifs for what you do and
who you are, finally go. But my medical life is in the past now. Almost exactly two years ago I took the decision not
to renew my Practising Certificate, so I’ve been retired for that length of time. However, over all this time I’ve had
the pleasure of continuing to receive all your wonderful stuff through the mail. I love reading it, rarely complete the
quiz, and file it away in a part of my filing cabinet that says bpac, with a wistful “just maybe”.
At last I feel it only right to set the record straight as it were, and let you know of these changed circumstances.
If this means, as I’m sure it will, the end of our association, sadly, so be it. I want to record my sincere thanks to
you for providing what, over my last several years of practice, were some of my best references tools, and sources of
excellent, reliable information. I’m sure bpac has made a huge difference to the New Zealand medical landscape.
Sincere thanks and warm regards
Dr Geoff Bradley, GP, Retired