Best Practice Journal
The Best Practice Journal (BPJ) provides evidence-based medical education and guidance for health professionals,
with a primary focus on the responsible use of pharmaceuticals. Eight editions of BPJ are published each year, and over 8000
copies are distributed to primary care health professionals throughout New Zealand, including; General Practitioners,
Nurse Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Community Pharmacists and Maori and Pacific health providers.
ISSN 1177-5645 (Print) ISSN 2253-1947 (Online)
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Best Tests is a companion publication to BPJ, that focuses on the use of laboratory testing in primary care.
Best Tests is published four times per year and printed copies are distributed to over 4000 General Practitioners throughout New Zealand.
ISSN 2324-304X (Print) ISSN 2324-3058 (Online)
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The bpacnz produces personalised data reports for practitioners and practices, describing trends in
prescribing or laboratory testing behaviour. Generic versions of these reports, including national data trends, are available here.
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produces a range of clinical audits that are endorsed by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners
(RNZCGP) as a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) activity for allocation of Maintenance of Professional
Standards (MOPS) credits for General Practitioners.
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