NZCPHM 2021 ASM Wednesday, 17 November 2021

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The New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Dunedin over 17-19 November 2021 at St David's Lecture Theatre Complex, University of Otago.

This year the overarching theme for the ASM is: Planetary Health: Power, Privilege and Pandemics. The focus for the Wednesday is 'Reflections on a Pandemic' and wellbeing with the Thursday focus on 'Reforming the Health System' and 'Power, Privilege and Planetary Health'. Options for physical activities will also be provided.

The workshop will be held on Friday, 19 November.

Register HERE

To view the programme see here.

Registration fees (including GST)

Delegates with access to $4,000 or above CPD allowance:

Full registration (includes workshop and dinner) $1,200
Two day registration (includes dinner) $  825
Day registration $  425
Workshop only $  375

Delegates with access to no CPD allowance or less than $4,000 CPD allowance:

Full registration (includes workshop and dinner) $  719
Two day registration (includes dinner) $  558
Day registration $  288
Workshop only $  375

Registrars:

Two day registration (includes dinner) No charge
Registrar Workshop registration $  275

Additional dinner tickets:  $100

Full registration includes attendance at all ASM sessions, workshop and Conference Dinner.

Two day registration includes attendance at all ASM sessions and Conference Dinner.

Day registration includes attendance at that day's ASM sessions.

Workshop registration includes attendance at the workshop on Friday, 19 November.

REGISTER HERE


ABSTRACTS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

Abstracts are now being accepted for presentations at the 2021 ASM. To submit an abstract please send the completed abstract submission form to admin@nzcphm.org.nz no later than Tuesday, 14 September 2021.

Abstracts are welcome addressing any of the topics covered in the ASM theme of Planetary Health: Power, Privilege and Pandemics. Abstracts are also welcome on any public health topic ('free papers') and will be organised into thematic groups where possible.

Further information on abstracts and presentations is contained in the abstract submission form.

 

Accommodation

Te Rangi Hiroa Room

Accommodation is being offered at Te Rangi Hiroa College (student halls of residence) which is a five minute walk from the St David's Lecture Theatre Complex. Rates are $115 per night which includes a continental breakfast. Each room has a queen bed and ensuite bathroom. Towels are provided. The rooms don't have tea/coffee making facilities; these are available free of charge from the common room. There is also a supermarket right across the road.

The option to book this accommodation is included in the registration process.