NZCPHM Annual Scientific Meeting and 10th Anniversary Celebrations Wednesday, 19 September 2018

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The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine is pleased to announce that the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Wellington from 19-21 September at the James Cook Hotel.

Plenary days will be on the Wednesday and Thursday and the Workshop on the Friday.

This 10-year anniversary meeting has a unifying theme of 'Partnership, collaboration, and leadership in public health in Aotearoa' across both ASM days and the Workshop. 

The focus for the Wednesday will be 'Te Tiriti - implications for the practice of public health medicine' and Thursday's focus will be 'Collaboration and partnership to improve public health and equity'

The Workshop  'Putting partnerships into practice to achieve greater public health gain and equity'

Registration is now open!

You are invited to register for the NZ College of Public Health Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshop.

Early Bird Discount

Early bird fees are valid up to Monday 30 July and apply to members only - don't miss out! 

Standard fees take effect from Tuesday 31 July.

Asm And Workshop Registration

Workshop Registration

Registration fees (inclusive of GST)

For details of what's included please scroll down.

Full registration

Member

Non-member 

Earlybird: $999.00

Standard: $1109.00 

Registrar

  

Earlybird: Training programme funded

Standard: Training programme funded

ASM Two Days registration 

Member

Non-member 

Earlybird: $624.00

Standard: $735.00 

Registrar

Earlybird: Training programme funded

Standard: Training programme funded

ASM One Day only registration 

Member

Non-member 

Earlybird: $324.00

Standard: $395.00 

Registrar  

Earlybird: Training programme funded

Standard: Training programme funded

Workshop registration 

Members & Non-members 

$375.00  

Registrar  

$275.00  

Pre-dinner drinks & Conference Dinner extra registration

Members, Non-members & Registrars 

$105.00  

Registration costs include:

Full registration

Attendance at all ASM sessions, programme booklet, workshop, any course material, morning & afternoon teas, lunches, Pre-dinner drinks and Conference Dinner

ASM Two Days registration

Attendance at all ASM sessions, programme booklet, morning & afternoon teas, lunches, pre-dinner drinks and Conference Dinner

ASM One Day registration

Attendance at that day's ASM sessions, programme booklet, morning & afternoon teas and lunch

Workshop registration

Attendance at the workshop, any course material, programme booklet, morning & afternoon teas and lunch

 

Call for Abstracts

The College is currently calling for abstracts from its membership - click here  for information on submitting an abstract. The abstract template can be downloaded  here.

Abstracts are due by 9.00am, Monday 25 June 2018.

 

 Provisional Programme Outline

Wednesday 19 September

 8.30am

Registration

 9.00am

Theme: 'Te Tiriti - implications for the practice of public health medicine'  Includes: how we apply Te Tiriti principles in our public health medicine practice; cultural competencies; drivers of inequities (eg, colonialism, power imbalance, racism); addressing health inequities; establishing effective partnerships with Māori to improve public health and equity;  leadership and advocacy role of the College.

The George Salmond Oration will be delivered by Professor Papaarangi Reid, Tumuaki and Head of Department of Maori Health at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, New Zealand. 

Details of speakers are yet to be confirmed.

Members will have the opportunity to make presentations on the day's theme in the afternoon.

The AGM will be held on Wednesday afternoon, followed by the ASM dinner with guests from across the public health sector. We will be presenting College awards, celebrating the College's 10-year anniversary and launching the College History Book.  

Thursday 20 September

 8.30am

Registration

 9.00am

Theme: 'Collaboration and partnership to improve public health and equity' Includes: how public health medicine practitioners develop effective collaborations and partnerships to achieve importance public health goals; public engagement; co-design; intersectoral collaboration; multi-stakeholder partnerships (eg to achieve SDGs).

Guest Speakers:

Details of speakers are yet to be confirmed.

Members will also have the opportunity to present free papers on Thursday afternoon.

 5.00pm

ASM Concludes

Friday 21 September

 8.00am

Workshop Registration

 8.30am

Workshop

A tailor-made workshop for College members on 'Putting partnerships into practice to improve public health and equity'  Will include presentations and exercises to develop the knowledge, frameworks, methods and practical skills needed to work in more collaborative ways and establish effective partnerships. Also included will be illustrative case studies and a review of information tools to support consultation and collaboration.

Facilitated by Dr Anna Stevenson