RACGP rejects push for a ‘no confidence’ vote in the college’s board

Associate Professor Chris Hogan claims the board is responsible for systemic failures over the previous 12 months
Geir O'Rourke
Associate Professor Chris Hogan
Associate Professor Chris Hogan.

The RACGP has blocked an attempt to allow members to vote on a motion of no confidence in the college board during this month’s Annual General Meeting.

Drawn up by college life-member Associate Professor Chris Hogan, it alleges the board is responsible for the college’s “systemic failures”, including a failure to govern, provide strategic leadership and communicate with members in a “transparent and timely manner”.