Events

Challenges & Opportunities for the Health of New Zealanders. Tuesday 25 September, 7-8.30pm in AMRF Lecture Theatre. The final lecture of The Auckland Medical Research Foundation and The University of Auckland's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences series partnership that will consider mental health, diabetes, pharmacy and rheumatic fever.
Health Quality & Safety Commission 4th Annual scientific symposium - Quality connections: ready, set, grow! Poiapoia te kākano kia puawai Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FHMS) is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
10th Anniversary Mental Health Law Conference - Social Determinants of Mental Health, will be travelling the country in October & November 2018.
Emerge Aotearoa under the auspices of the Richmond Fellowship Asia Pacific (AsPac) Forum and in partnership with key New Zealand organisations is delighted to be hosting the 13th Biennial Asia Pacific (AsPac) International Mental Health and Addiction Conference – Healthy Futures - Inspiration, Inclusion and Integration in Auckland, New Zealand on 31 October to 1 November 2018.
The Summit is a unique and important opportunity to examine and discuss the latest developments in melanoma control, identify priorities for action for New Zealand and connect melanoma expertise across the country.
APSAD Scientific Alcohol and Drug Conference takes place 4-7 November 2018 in Auckland. It will showcase high quality and state of the art scientific research into treatment, prevention and policy while also providing an opportunity for practitioners to share their latest insights and lessons learnt.
Government Economics Network 2018 Annual Conference 9 November 2018 at Te Papa Museum, Wellington Ensuring policies are effective and achieve the desired impacts is harder than it seems. The conference will explore the best ways to ensure that policies are effective and improve the quality of peoples' lives.
Trafinz 2018, 11-14 November, Shed 6, Wellington, will focus on 'Prioritising for People' to look at a number of opportunities and challenges currently facing our sector.
Participate, Reinvigorate & Innovate 14-15 November 2018 at the Holiday Inn Auckland Airport Hotel The Conference provides the opportunity for delegates to collaborate on a range of issues important to improving the health outcomes of Pacific peoples across the region. It will enables us to reach beyond our geographical boundaries, move out from our everyday concerns and share with our colleagues innovations, learnings, best practice and will support us to develop solutions to the challenges that face all our countries.
8th International Conference on Energy and Environment of Residential Buildings is pleased to announce that ICEERB 2018 will be held in Wellington, New Zealand over three days on 19 – 21 November, 2018.
The VHIN is offering a workshop orientation to the StatsNZ IDI (Integrated Data Infrastructure). This one-day course will provide the base knowledge and contacts that IDI users need to maximise the value of the IDI for health research. The workshop is taught by two experienced IDI users and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. 20 November 2018 - Dunedin 26 November 2018 - Wellington 25 February 2019 - Auckland
27-28 November, Hutton Theatre. Otago Museum, Dunedin. Sustainable Development in Global Health with keynote speaker Professor Ken Brown The OGHI conference provides an opportunity to meet researchers working across diverse disciplines in global health ·discuss projects they have been working on, and ·foster new collaborative efforts.
Winds of change: towards new ways of improving public health in Europe
Jointly hosted by the Health Quality & Safety Commission and the Australia New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS), this two-day conference brings together nursing and medical staff, quality professionals, educators and leaders in health care. If you are involved in providing acute care in New Zealand hospitals, this conference is for you! We will explore patient deterioration in the New Zealand context. This includes the New Zealand early warning score, communication skills for ‘difficult conversations’, and patient, family and whānau escalation.
Bringing together the brightest minds and most influential personalities from across the cancer control continuum. 31 January - 1 February 2019 Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand
23rd IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion
1st Global health Security Conference Progress to date, Opportunities for the Future Sydney, Australia 18-20 June 2019