17th March 2020 – Nurses SIG Education Day
18th – 20th March - 2021 NZPS Conference
Copthorne Hotel, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa
I am delighted to invite you to Waitangi in the Bay of Islands, Northland, to participate in the Annual Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Pain Society Inc. from Thursday 18th to Saturday 20th March 2021.
The title of the meeting is “Making the Connection: Cortex, Culture and Community.” All of us at some time in our lives will experience pain; for many of us that is a short lived experience and we move on but for around 20% or more of the population that pain continues and can become a disabling, distressing and disrupting experience and frequently a challenging issue for health providers working with people in this situation.
The meeting in Waitangi provides us with the opportunity to gather, discuss, learn, share knowledge, evidence, best practice and debate to assist with providing up to date approaches to this challenging area of health care. Part of the focus of “Making the Connection” will be looking at and sharing ways to deliver services to Tangata Whenua and also to people outside of main centres in areas where Specialists are not available and where access can be a challenge. International speakers will bring their expertise along with a wide range of New Zealand based clinicians and researchers.
We would like to warmly invite you to register for our 2020 meeting and we look forward to seeing you in the beautiful Bay of Islands.
New Zealand Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting 2020
Thursday 29 October 2020
Te Wharewaka O Pōneke, (Te Wharewaka Function Centre), Wellington, New Zealand
On behalf of the Organising Committee, I would like to invite you to attend the National Trauma Symposium 2020 to be held at the Wharewaka Function Centre, Wellington, New Zealand on Thursday 29 October 2020.
Our programme will include scientific presentation and debate of the highest level and will attract a wide variety of trauma practitioners from across New Zealand. It represents an excellent forum for discussion and learning.
We are encouraging submissions via a Call for Abstracts for the following areas: Critical Haemorrhage, Trauma Outcomes and Rehabilitation.
We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting conference in 2020.
National Trauma Symposium 2020 Organising Committee
Professor Ian Civil, National Clinical Lead, National Trauma Network
Convenor, NTS 2020
For more information and to register visit the conference website www.traumasymposium.nz
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia
Tuesday 22 - Friday 25 June 2021
The theme for RMSANZ 2021 is Forging Alliances – New Horizons. This theme speaks to the unfolding and expanding possibilities, as well as the collaborative and inter-disciplinary nature of contemporary rehabilitation practice both in the hospital setting and in the communities.
The program aims to showcase the breadth and depth of latest scientific research and provide opportunities for RMSANZ members and our colleagues from allied health, nursing, community partners and related medical specialties to share knowledge, skills and experiences, to network, and to enjoy all the attractions that Gold Coast has to offer.
The Programme Committee of the #ESWI2020 has opened up most sessions of the Conference to COVID-19 and is thus calling for abstracts on SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19.
We will of course continue to monitor the situation and provide updates on the conference planning on our website. We want to encourage all our colleagues in the front-line health services and the science community to be strong and keep up the excellent work. Stay safe.
Check the Abstract Submission Guidelines
New Zealand Respiratory Conference
5-6 November 2020
Te Papa, Wellington
The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ is proud to bring you the biennial New Zealand Respiratory Conference (NZRC).
This year’s theme is ‘Building the Foundation for Better Breathing’ as we work towards releasing the 2020 Adolescent and Adult Asthma Guidelines, the revised Child Asthma Guidelines, and the first ever New Zealand COPD Guidelines. This year’s event has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) for 10 CME credits.
This year’s programme will focus on topical presentations, including asthma management in the digital realm, vaping and e-cigarettes, air pollution, coronavirus, and healthy housing. These presentations will translate the latest research and findings into relevant and actionable material, to promote clinical best practice and wrap around care for patients and their whānau.
The NZRC is the largest gathering or hui for professionals with an interest in respiratory health in New Zealand. Delegates from a variety of professions join us each year, including GP’s, nurses, pharmacists, specialists, educators and researchers.
For more information and to register visit www.nzrc2020.com
How do you keep your knowledge and skills up to date?
The world of medicine is evolving more rapidly than ever before.
The annual ‘Australia and New Zealand General Medicine Update’ (ANZGMU) has been specifically designed to showcase a curated selection of relevant topics in internal medicine with updated information about new strategies, evolving best practise and recent guidelines.
Over a period of three days, national and internationally renowned sub-specialty experts with strong academic backgrounds will discuss the common diseases seen by a general physician in everyday practice. With over 21 interactive lectures covering the core areas of various subspecialties of internal medicine, this 2020 update will be of immense value to the busy practising General Physician, General Medicine Advanced Trainee and Basic Physician Trainee who wish to update their clinical acumen.
Conference is heading to Palmerston North in 2020 for the PMAANZ ' silver celebratory conference.
Register early and secure your participation in the 2020 conference. Sponsors & exhibitors are welcome to join delegates at all social functions to provide you with maximum exposure time.
This is a unique opportunity to liaise and network with many key personnel from throughout New Zealand and Australia in a programme that will be entertaining, inspiring and educational.
Official event website is currently under construction, but please contact the representative below for more information:
Anna-Maree Burns Event Manager email@example.com +64 3 353 2820 + 21 918 533
The Chair’s Award is the NZMA’s highest standing award. It is awarded annually to an individual, group or organisation that, in the view of the Chair, has made an outstanding contribution to the health of New Zealanders, the health sector or the medical profession. This contribution may have occurred during the year in question or over a longer period of time.
Professor Frank Frizelle
Dr Innes Asher
Dr Robin Youngson
Dr Antonio Fernando
Dr Paul Hutchison, Former MP and Chair of Parliament's Health Select Committee
Dr Russell Wills, Children's Commissioner
Dr Sharad Paul
David Meates for leading the Canterbury District Health Board in its community response to the earthquake in February
Dr Tony Baird
Dr Peter RobertsDr Tim Malloy
NZMA has traditionally awarded Fellowships to current NZMA members who have provided long and distinguished service to the NZMA. This service may have been at local or national level.
Dr Stephen ChildsDr Wayne MilesDr Peter Chapman-Smith
Dr Mark PetersonDr Joshua FreemanDr Peter Moodie
Dr Aine McCoyDr David Pickett
Dr Tim Baily GibsonDr Sandra Hicks Dr Don Simmers
Dr Paul OckelfordDr Ron Goodey
Dr Sandy RossDr Heather Bowmer
Dr Peter Foley
The NZMA has occasionally awarded Honorary Fellowships to non-members who have provided long and distinguished service to the NZMA.
Dr Barry Colls