Tōmaiora Seminar: In this seminar we will outline recent developments in cultural competence and cultural safety for health professionals, and explain how these are informing the Medical Council/Te ORA initiative. The review and update of cultural competence and Māori health resources will be described in more detail. The outcomes of this work signal the need for a shift in orientation from ‘cultural competence’ to ‘cultural safety’ in health professional education. We will explain the rationale for this shift and consider the implications for medical education and continuing professional development.
The University of Otago and Vida Law are pleased to offer a Health Systems Law course designed specifically for senior clinicians, board members, chief executives, and managers working in the New Zealand health sector. The course addresses the most important legal issues and challenges faced by the healthsector.
For two days in Wellington in August 2018, researchers, clinicians, practitioners and policy makers will gather for a conference focused on tuberculosis.
All Together Better Health IX (ATBH IX) is the leading global interprofessional education and collaborative practice conference under the direction of The World Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Coordinating Committee.
Healthier Lives invites you to register for a day of presentations and discussion on population diets in New Zealand and priorities for action.
The third in the series of international conferences on Wellbeing and Public Policy
The workshop will examine the critical role meta-analysis can play in causal inference from health studies. Participants will have a hands-on experience in conducting and interpreting a meta-analysis using Excel spreadsheets and data from a set of epidemiological studies.
Child Poverty Action Group Summit 2018 Rethinking the Welfare System for the 21st Century Otago University Wellington
Register now for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshop on 19 - 21 September 2018, at the James Cook Hotel, Wellington.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Winds of change: towards new ways of improving public health in Europe
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