Events

Upcoming Events

  • College of Nurses endorses conference programme

    start date - end date:
    10 Mar 2017 - 2 Apr 2017
    Location:
    TSB Bank Arena, Wellington

    The 2017 conference has been endorsed by the College of Nurses Aotearoa New Zealand and has been approved for up to eight hours per day for Professional Development purposes.

    Nurses who complete the programme will need certificates from the Network that record this attendance.  These certificates will be emailed to you after the conference. 

     

  • College endorses conference programme

    start date - end date:
    30 Mar 2017 - 2 Apr 2017
    Location:
    TSB Arena Wellington

     

    The NZRGPN National Rural Health Conference 2017 Wellington has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 17.25 credits CME for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) purposes.
    General Practitioners who complete the programme will need certificates from the Network that also record this statement. These certificates should be sent after participants have completed the programme, so medical practitioners participating in GPEP or MOPS have the necessary documen-tation for submission to the college when this is requested.

  • Final countdown starts to conference 2017

    start date - end date:
    30 Mar 2017 - 2 Apr 2017
    Location:
    TSB Arena, Wellington

    Just days remain until this year’s national rural health conference in Wellington - will you be there? There's still time to register, and book flights and accommodation to secure your seat at the country’s premier rural health conference. The exciting lineup of keynote speakers and topics features:

    Dr Peter Moodie (Is General Practice funding sustainable and equitable? Are Health Care Homes our salvation?), Norm Hewitt (family violence and bullying), Robyn Toomath (endocrinologist and diabetes specialist, author of “Fat Science”, obesity campaigner), Dr Eric Crampton (Head of Research at NZ Initiative - economic and policy thinktank and former University of Canterbury Economics lecturer), Matt Shirtcliff (mental wellness advocate/creative director), Dr Garry Nixon and Professor Ross Lawrenson (Does New Zealand need a rural school of medicine?), a PRIME Review panel discussion (Dr Tim Malloy, Tony Smith, Jared Stevenson, and Kate Stark) and water quality in NZ (Marnie Prickett).