Members demand 'no confidence' vote on the RACGP board

The college leadership says no, arguing the motions are inappropriate to the business of its AGM

Nearly 90% of college members say the RACGP is wrong to deny a no confidence vote on the performance of its board, an Australian Doctor poll suggests.

Associate Professor Chris Hogan is alleging the current board should be held accountable for the college's "systemic failures", including a failure to govern, provide strategic leadership and communicate in a "transparent and timely manner".

But his three separate motions, which he wants debated at the college's AGM on 30 November, have been rejected by the college leadership because they “do not relate to the

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