NZMA, New Zealand Medical Association, Rotorua
 

"Rotorua GP CME 2019” - has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 33 credits CME for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) Years 2 and 3 and Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) purposes.

Rotorua GP CME 2019” - The urgent care content is approved for RNZCUC CME.

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 20th June
Fee applies - Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
Some workshops have a maximum number of attendees.
WS #1
WS #2
WS #3
WS #4
Somatiform Disorders
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Workshop Part 1
Lifecourse Science and Applied
Masterclass
Coaching Skills Part 1
0830-1030
Chris Kenedi et al
Carl Peters,
Amanda Oakley
Mary-Rose Cavanagh
Rab Burton
Susan Miller,
Mark Vickers
Supported by Sanofi
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #9
WS #10
WS #11
WS #12
Somatiform Disorders
Diabetes - Advanced
Dermoscopy Workshop Part 2
Lifecourse Science and Applied
Masterclass
Insulin Masterclass
Coaching Skills Part 2
(Repeated)
1100-1300
Chris Kenedi et al
Carl Peters,
Amanda Oakley
Mary-Rose Cavanagh
Rab Burton
Susan Miller,
Mark Vickers
Supported by Sanofi
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #16
WS #17
WS #18
WS #19
GP Surgery - Part 1
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Part 1
Lifecourse Science and Applied
Basic Skills
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Coaching Skills Part 1
(Repeated)
1400-1600
Adam Bialostocki ,
Carl Peters,
Amanda Oakley
Mary-Rose Cavanagh
Zac Moaveni
Rab Burton
Susan Miller,
Denise McDonald
Mark Vickers
Supported by Sanofi
Max 30
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #23
WS #24
WS #25
WS #26
GP Surgery - Part 2
Diabetes - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 2
Lifecourse Science and Applied
Advanced Skills
Insulin Masterclass
(Repeated)
Coaching Skills Part 2
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1630-1830
Adam Bialostocki ,
Carl Peters,
Amanda Oakley
Mary-Rose Cavanagh
Zac Moaveni
Rab Burton
Susan Miller,
Denise McDonald
Mark Vickers
Supported by Sanofi
Max 30
1900-2330
Trivialitis Competition/Dinner - NZ Doctor - Rhonda Jackson
PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 20th June
Please note: workshop content is repeated,not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
Some workshops have a maximum number of attendees.
WS #5
WS #6
WS #7
WS #8
Musculoskeletal Medicine 1
Womens Health 101
How to Introduce Ultrasound into
NZRC CORE Advanced
Low Back and Leg Pain 1
Your Practice
“With Exam / Assessment”
Medical Devices Ltd
(8 hours including written exam) - $530
0830-1030
(includes ACLS Manual)
History, Biomechanics
Orna McGinn
This course has been endorsed by The Royal
and Degeneration
New Zealand College of General Practitioners
and has been approved for 12 CME credits
Ian Wallbridge,
Supported by BAYER
Maximum 20 delegates
for maintenance of Professional Standards
Gajendra Singh
MOPS purposes.
This course requires pre-reading of the
NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for Advanced
Rescuers” manual in order to successfully
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
complete the NZRC written test. The
recommended pre-reading time is 3 weeks
Please note: workshop content is repeated
prior. We recommend you order the manual
at the time of registration with Conference
WS #13
WS #14
WS #15
Matters (may be obtained online through
Conference Matters or directly online through
Musculoskeletal Medicine 2
Womens Health 101
More Advanced US Skills for the
the NZRC website)
Low Back and Lower Limb 2
(Repeated)
GP/Emergency Doctor
Medical Devices Ltd
The course covers and includes:
(Pre-course reading purchased by
1100-1300
Malalignment - Recognition
Orna McGinn
yourself - in advance to prepare for the
and RX
written test)
Basic Life Support (Adult, child and baby
Ian Wallbridge,
Supported by BAYER
Maximum 20 delegates
including choking)
Advanced airway management (single
Gajendra Singh
and double person bag masking, guedel
airway insertion, LMA’s insertion)
A chance to practice Intubation (not
assessed now in Advanced)
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
AED and rhythm recognitionM
Adult and child collapse algorithms
Please note: workshop content is repeated
Anaphylaxis management
Scenario based training including adult
WS #20
WS #21
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#22
and child
Musculoskeletal Medicine 3
Osteopathy-
How to Introduce Ultrasound into
A compulsory multi choice test and skills
Low Back and Lower Limb 3
Your Practice
evaluation of airway management, safety
Medical Devices Ltd
using a defi brillator and cardiac rhythms
(Repeated)
This is a NZRC CORE Advanced course
1400-1600
(previously Level 7) Approved (8 hrs)
Exercise and What’s New?
Jonathan Lloyd-Paine,
course run by Jason Burns (NZRC
Oliver Russell
Instructor CORE Advanced & Immediate,
Ian Wallbridge,
NZDA Approved Instructor, RNZCGP
Gajendra Singh
Maximum 20 delegates
Endorsed Instructor, Royal New Zealand
College of Urgent Care instructor).
Attendees will be registered nurses,
medical practitioners or people who have
the skills contained in the course as part
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
of their scope of practice. It is expected
that students will already have the skills
Please note: workshop content is repeated
and knowledge required for Resuscitation.
Course duration for Resuscitation CORE
WS #27
WS #28
WS #29
ADVANCED is a minimum of 8 hours with
expected pre-reading preparation time of
Musculoskeletal Medicine 4
Osteopathy-
More Advanced US Skills for the
at least 4 hours.
Low Back and Lower Limb 4
(Repeated)
GP/Emergency Doctor
You are expected to access resources at
Medical Devices Ltd
your disposal.
(Repeated)
1630-1830
Pulling It All Together
Jonathan Lloyd-Paine,
Examples of suitable texts may include:
Oliver Russell
• PRIME course material on resuscitation
Ian Wallbridge,
• NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for
Gajendra Singh
Maximum 20 delegates
Advanced Rescuers” manual in order to
successfully complete the NZRC written
test. The recommended pre-reading time
is 3 weeks prior.
1900-2330
Trivialitis Competition/Dinner - NZ Doctor - Rhonda Jackson
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 21st June
0700-0800
ACC Breakfast Session - Topic TBA
Chair: Peter Robinson
0800-0805
Conference Opening and Welcome
Chair of the GPC - Jan White
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
0805-0825
The Global Eradication of Disease
John Pearn
0825-0850
Endovascular Clot Retrieval for Stroke
Alan Barber
0855-0920
Who’d Be Born Early? - The Consequences of Very and Not-so-very Preterm Birth
Helen Liley
0920-0945
Evolution of Stem Cell Therapy in Musculoskeletal Conditions
Tom Grogan
0945-1010
Making an Astonishing Difference to Your Patients Through Compassionate Caring
Robin Youngson
1010-1030
Questions and Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
NZMA Forum
or Concurrent Sessions
1100-1300
Chair: Jan White
WS #35
WS #36
WS #37
Welcome from NZMA Chairman
1100-1105
Kate Baddock
Perinatal Mental Health -
Salivary Gland
Incisionless
Changing the Face of the
Pathologies - Diagnosis and
Endoscopic Sleeve
Peter Foley Memorial Oration
1105-1130
Future
New Therapies
Gastroplasty - Obesity
Phillippa Poole
Game Changer?
Speaker 1
Clare Barnett
Francis Hall
John Dunn
1130-1145
Ashley Bloomfield TBC
Speaker 2
1145-1200
Repeated Sessions
Ron Paterson TBC
WS #45
WS #47
WS #48
Speaker 3
1200-1215
Perinatal Mental Health -
Salivary Gland
Incisionless
Innes Asher TBC
Changing the Face of the
Pathologies - Diagnosis and
Endoscopic Sleeve
Minister of Health Address
Future
New Therapies
Gastroplasty - Obesity
1210-1240
David Clark
Game Changer?
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1240-1300
Questions to the Panel
1300-1400
Lunch & Exhibition
Plenary Session : Obstetrics
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: William Ferguson
Planning a Healthy Pregnancy
WS #55
WS #56
WS #57
WS #58
1400-1415
Lynda Batchelor
Military Medicine
Fussy Eaters and
Plastic and ENT
Professional Financial
Confessions of a Current GP Obstetrician
Forum
Food Fads in Kids
Surgical Pearls for
Advice or DIY - the
1415-1430
GPs
Pros and Cons
Brendan Marshall
(Not Repeated)
Zac Moaveni,
Sue Stewart,
Pointers Around Antenatal Booking
1430-1445
Clare Wall
Andrew Cho
Hamish McPhail,
Kylie Gilmore
Paul Nealis,
Lynda Taylor
Medicine Use in Pregnancy and Preconception
Kelsi Nicholls,
1445-1500
Ian Kando
Kit Boyes,
Repeated Sessions
Red Flags in Presenting with Headache, Dyspnoea and
Mathew Pitt
1500-1515
Palpitation in Pregnancy - Bronwyn Sinclair
WS #67
WS #68
WS #69
Patient Dilemmas Around Induction and C Sections
Fussy Eaters and
Plastic and ENT
Professional Financial
1515-1530
Michelle Wise
Food Fads in Kids
Surgical Pearls for
Advice or DIY - the
The Need for Good Contraception
GPs
Pros and Cons
1530-1545
Orna McGinn
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1545-1600
Questions and Discussions
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session : The Outcomes of Prematurity
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: William Ferguson
WS #55
WS #56
WS #57
WS #58
The Changing Face of NZ's Delivery Population
1630-1645
Sports Medicine
Anxiety and
Case Studies on
Abortion - Where We
Lindesay Mildenhall
Forum
Depression -
Venous
Are Now
Outcomes of Brain Injury in Neonates
Alternatives to
Thromboembolism
1645-1700
Helen Liley
(Not Repeated)
Medication
Using Direct Oral
Anticoagulants
Alison Knowles,
Outcomes for the Moderate to Late Preterm Infant
1700-1715
Dave Gerrard,
Mel Abbott
Eileen Merriman
Kathy Le Haavre
Frank Bloomfield
Bruce Hamilton,
The Limits of Viability
Stu Armstrong,
1715-1730
Malcolm Battin
Jeni Pearce
Repeated Sessions
The Impact of Gestational Diabetes on the Newborn and
1730-1745
WS #67
WS #68
WS #69
Offspring - Lindesay Mildenhall
Anxiety and
Case Studies on
Abortion - Where We
Later Endocrine and Metabolic Complications of Preterm
Depression -
Venous
Are Now
1745-1800
Survival - Paul Hofman
Alternatives to
Thromboembolism
Safer Sleeping for Neonates
Medication
Using Direct Oral
1800-1815
Anticoagulants
Christine McIntosh
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1815-1830
Questions and Discussions
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktail Function
1930-2100
Novartis Evening Symposium - 1. Shifting the Paradigm in Heart Failure 2. Diabetes TBC - TBA Julie Fitzgerald
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 21st June
(55mins,
11:00am-11:55pm repeated at 12:05pm)
WS #38
WS #39
WS #40
WS #41
WS #42
WS #43
Hearing Issues at Any
Vaping - A Recreational or
Robotic Surgery - Ex-
Local Anaesthesia - Tips
Frontline Tool for Triaging
Acute Injury Assessment
Age: When to Refer your
Smoking Cessation Tool?
pensive Gimmick or Life
re Techniques and Blocks
and Assessing
and Management of the
Patients to Audiology
Changing for our Patients?
Concerning or Harmful
Knee, Shoulder and Ankle
Sexual Behaviour
Shantelle Chandra
Graham Gulbransen
Simon Van Rij
Zac Moaveni
Shane Harris
Mark Muller
(55mins,
12:05pm-1:00pm)
WS #49
WS #50
WS #51
WS #52
WS #53
WS #54
Hearing Issues at Any:00 Vaping - A Recreational ored atRobotic Surgery - Ex-
Local Anaesthesia - Tips
Frontline Tool for Triaging
Acute Injury Assessment
Age: When to Refer your
Smoking Cessation Tool?
pensive Gimmick
or Life
re Techniques and
Blocks
and Assessing
and Management
of the
Patients to Audiology
Changing for our Patients?
Concerning or Harmful
Knee, Shoulder and Ankle
Hearing Issues at Any
Vaping - A Recreational or
Robotic Surgery - Ex-
Local Anaesthesia - Tips
FroSexual Behaviouring
Acute Injury Assessment
Age: W(Repeated)er your
Smoki(Repeated)n Tool?
pensiv(Repeated)or Life
re Tech(Repeated)Blocks
a(Repeated)g
and M(Repeated)of the
Patients to Audiology
Changing for our Patients?
Concerning or Harmful
Knee, Shoulder and Ankle
Sexual Behaviour
(55mins,
2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
12:WS #6000pm)
WS #59
WS #61
WS #62
WS #63
WS #64
WS #65
WS #66
Safety and Security of
Secondary Stroke #50Issues Around
Global Perspective on
Introduction to Clinical
Common Gut Problems:#5Case Studies in
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Prevention- A Recre Breast Cancer
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Reasoning, Cognitive-
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Samuel Wong,
Taste of a Cognitive
PPI’s safe?erning or Harmful
Patients to Audiology
Changing for our Patients?
Knee, Shoulder and Ankle
Marc Shaw
Alan Barber
Sandya Pillai
Jason Hwang,
Autopsy
John Perryxual BehaviAndrew To
Tom Grogan
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Sarah Zub
Nic(Repea
ted)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #70
WS #71
WS #72
WS #73
WS #74
WS #75
WS #76
WS #77
Safety and Security of
Secondary Strokepm rIssues Around 3:0Global Perspective on
Introduction to Clinical
Common Gut Problems:
Case Studies in
Orthopaedic
Prevention
Breast Cancer
Disruptive Innovation
Reasoning, Cognitive
Dyspepsia, Reflux,
Hypertension
Applications for Stem
WTravellers
Bias, with a Short
Ulcers, H pylori, and are
Cell Therapy
Safety and Security of
Secondary Stroke
Issues Around
Global Perspective on
InTaste of a Cognitiveal
CommPPI’s safe?blems:
Case Studies in
Orthopaedic
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
B(Repeated)er
Disr (Repeated)ation
ReasoAutopsygnitive
Dy(Repeated)ux,
H(Repeated)n
App(Repeated)tem
in Healthcare
Bia(Repeated)ort
Ulcers, H pylori, and are
Cell Therapy
Samuel Wong,
Taste of a Cognitive
PPI’s safe?
Nic Szecket
(55mins,
4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #59mins, 3:WS #6000pm)
WS #61
WS #62
WS #63
WS #64
WS #65
WS #66
Managementof
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Urology in General
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Disruptive Innovation in
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Pain - GP Sce
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Wet and Painful
DisruHealthcareation
Reasoning, Cognitive
Dyspepsia, Reflux,
Cardiac Investigations
Drivable Technologies
Tiffany Hodgson,
Samuel Wong,
under Local
Bias, with a Short
Ulcers, H pylori, and are
Cell Therapy
Alexandra Kayat,
Anna Lawrence,
Jason Hwang,
TAlasdair Patrick,e
PPI’s safe?
Patrick Schweder
Paul Kennedy
Simon Van Rij
Sarah Zub(Repeated)
Ashok Raj
(Francis Hall
John Ormiston
Anne Malloy
(Repeated)
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
WS #70
4:3WS #7125pm reWS #72t 5:35pWS #73
WS #74
WS #75
WS #76
WS #77
Managementof
What Value Does a
Urology in General
Global Perspective on
Neck Lumps - When
Medical Driving
WThe Gut
WModern5
Severe Facial
Physician Associate
Practice: All Things
Disruptive Innovation in
Microbiome
Less is More
Transcatheter
Assessments NZ using
Pain - GP Scenarios
Add to Your Practice?
UWet and Painfulal
GlobaHealthcareve on
The Gut
Neck Lumps - When
Cardiac Investigations
Drivable Technologies
Severe Facial
Physician Associate
Practice: All Things
Disruptive Innovation in
Microbiome
Less is More
Tunder Localr
Assessments NZ using
Pain - GP Scenarios
Add to Your Practice?
Wet and Painful
Healthcare
Cardiac Investigations
Drivable Technologies
(Repeated)
Ti(Repeated)n,
(Repeated)
S(Repeated),
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Alexandra Kayat,
Anna Lawrence,
Jason Hwang,
Alasdair Patrick,
Patrick Schweder
Paul Kennedy
Simon Van Rij
Sarah Zub
Ashok Raj
Francis Hall
John Ormiston
Anne Malloy
WS #70
WS #71
WS #72
WS #73
WS #74
WS #75
WS #76
WS #77
Management of
What Value Does a
Urology in General
Global Perspective on
The Gut
Neck Lumps - When
Modern
Medical Driving
Severe Facial
Physician Associate
Practice: All Things
Disruptive Innovation in
Microbiome
Less is More
Transcatheter
Assessments NZ using
Pain - GP Scenarios
Add to Your Practice?
Wet and Painful
Healthcare
Cardiac Investigations
Drivable Technologies
under Local
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 22nd June
0700-0755
GSK Breakfast Session 1: Updates in Respiratory Disease- Asthma and COPD
0700-0755
Abb Vie Breakfast Session 2: Moving Towards Hep C Elimination
Plenary Session: Neuroplasticity
or Concurrent Sessions
0800-1030
Chair: TBA
WS #80
WS #81
WS #82
WS #83
Neurogenesis and New Brain Cell Pathways in the Human
0800-0820
The East-West
Paediatric
Is Transcather Aortic
Prescribing HIV
Brain - Fact and Fantasy” - Richard Faull
Forum on Asian
Endocrine Case
Valve Implantation
Pre-Exposure
Traumatic Head Injury in Sport
Aspects of
Studies
(TAVI) under LA the
Prophylaxis (PrEP) -
0820-0835
Stu Armstrong
Healthcare
Best Choice for Severe
a Panel Discussion
Aortic Stenosis?
Torrance Merkle,
The Role of Nervous System Plasticity in Disorders of the
0835-0855
(not repeated)
Paul Hofman
John Ormiston
Massimo Giola
Brain and Heart - Johanna Montgomery
Rehabilitation of The Injured Brain
0855-0915
Derek Luo,
Des Gorman
Andrew To,
Repeated Sessions
Does Pain Rewire the Brain?
Shanti Ameratunga,
0915-0930
Geeta Gala
WS #92
WS #93
WS #94
Patrick Schweder
Paediatric
Is Transcather Aortic
Prescribing HIV
Recovery of Movement after Stroke
0930-0950
Endocrine Case
Valve Implantation
Pre-Exposure
Marie-Clare Smith
Studies
(TAVI) under LA the
Prophylaxis (PrEP) -
Novel Pharmacologic Treatments for Stroke Recovery
Best Choice for Severe
a Panel Discussion
0950-1005
Andrew Clarkson
Aortic Stenosis?
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1005-1030
Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Paediatrics
1100-1300
or Concurrent Sessions
Chair: Johan Morreau
Introduction and Overview
1100-1110
WS #105
WS #106
WS #107
WS #108
John Pearn
Immunisations - Gains, Losses and Future Directions
Public Health Forum:
Retirement - a
High Risk Skin
Case Studies in
1110-1120
Emma Best
TB, Whooping
Bright Beacon
Cancer
Chronic Fatigue
The Role of Poverty
Cough, Gastro,
or an Oncoming
and Chronic
1120-1130
Innes Asher
Mumps Outbreaks,
Train?
Pain - Successful
How Does Housing Affect Health?
Refugee Health.
Sue Stewart,
Interventions
1130-1140
Philippa Howden-Chapman
Hamish McPhail,
Rajan Patel
Mel Abbott
How Successful is Rheumatic Fever Prevention?
(Not Repeated)
Lynda Taylor
1140-1150
John Malcolm
Bronchiectasis
Bryn Thompson,
1150-1200
Repeated Sessions
Cass Byrnes
Martin Reeve,
Hearing Issues in Kids
Michael Hale,
1200-1210
WS #117
WS #118
WS #119
Graeme Van Der Meer
Deborah Hay,
Is My Child's Lump Serious Doctor?
Retirement - a
High Risk Skin
Case Studies in
Jo Williams
1140-1150
Phil Morreau
Bright Beacon
Cancer
Chronic Fatigue
Intervening for Children and Adolescents with Obesity - the
or an Oncoming
and Chronic
1150-1200
Whanau Pakari Experience - Yvonne Anderson
Train?
Pain - Successful
HEADSS Assessment and Other Youth Health Tips
Interventions
1200-1210
Simon Denny
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1210-1220
Discussion
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Plenary Session : Menopause Essentials Update
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: Janice Brown
WS #130
WS #131
WS #132
WS #133
What is Menopause?
Pharmac Session:
A Disease in The
Medicolegal Issues
Problem
1400-1425
Beverly Lawton
Antimicrobial
Family -
- Case Studies
Gambling
Resistance - Global
Discussing Genetic
Threat or Myth?
Risks
How to Prescribe Menopausal Hormone Therapy (MHT)
1425-1450
Amanda Vincent
( not repeated)
John Pearn
Gaeline Phipps
Bridgitte Thornley
Non Hormonal Options for Menopausal Symptoms
PHARMAC -
1450-1515
Repeated Sessions
Sonia Davison
Bryan Betty et al
WS #148
WS #149
WS #150
A Disease in The
Medicolegal Issues
Problem
Genitourinary Issues
1515-1540
Family -
- Case Studies
Gambling
Sylvia Rosevear
Discussing Genetic
Risks
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1540-1600
Discussion
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 22nd June
TBA
Chair: TBA Jane Straka
TBA
Chair: TBA Lucy Sutherland
(55mins, 08:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #84
WS #85
WS #86
WS #87
WS #88
WS #89
WS #90
WS #91
Neonatal
Why Surgery is No
Sports Medicine
Food
How to Manage
The Real
Arboviral Disease:
Reconnecting to
Emergencies
Longer Required
Radiology
Intolerances,
the Difficult Patient
Nutritional Needs
an Update on the
Purpose:
for Varicose Veins
Allergy and
of Athletes
Diseases, and
Uncovering Stories
Sensitivities
Their Prevention in
of Healing
Sidhesh
Travellers
Connection
Helen Liley
Steve Benson
Mark Muller
Alasdair Patrick
Phaldessai
Jeni Pearce et al
Marc Shaw
Robin Youngson
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #95
WS #96
WS #97
WS #98
WS #99
WS #100
WS #101
WS #102
Neonatal
Why Surgery is No
Sports Medicine
Food
How to Manage
The Real
Arboviral Disease:
Reconnecting to
Emergencies
Longer Required
Radiology
Intolerances,
the Difficult Patient
Nutritional Needs
an Update on the
Purpose:
for Varicose Veins
Allergy and
of Athletes
Diseases, and
Uncovering Stories
Sensitivities
Their Prevention in
of Healing
Travellers
Connection
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 11:00am-11:55am repeated at 12:05pm)
WS #109
WS #110
WS #111
WS #112
WS #113
WS #114
WS #115
WS #116
The Importance
The Noisy Airway:
Joint Injection
Warfarin,
Managing Patients
Aging Sperm and
Childhood Obesity
Future
of Occupational
Stridor, Stertor,
Techniques
Dabigatran or
with Brain
Eggs- What Can
- What to Do
Applications of
Medicine in General
Wheeze
Rivaroxaban for
Tumours
Be Done?
About It
Stem Cell Therapy
Practice
Patients with Atrial
- An Orthopaedic
Fibrillation
Perspective
David Black
David Vokes
Stu Armstrong
Chris Ellis
Peter Heppner
Andrew Murray
Yvonne Anderson
Tom Grogan
(55mins, 12:05pm-1:00pm)
WS #120
WS #121
WS #122
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WS #124
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WS #127
The Importance
The Noisy Airway:
Joint Injection
Warfarin,
Managing Patients
Aging Sperm and
Childhood Obesity
Future
of Occupational
Stridor, Stertor,
Techniques
Dabigatran or
with Brain
Eggs- What Can
- What to Do
Applications of
Medicine in General
Wheeze
Rivaroxaban for
Tumours
Be Done?
About It
Stem Cell Therapy
Practice
Patients with Atrial
- An Orthopaedic
Fibrillation
Perspective
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #134
WS #135
WS #136
WS #137
WS #138
WS #139
WS #140
WS #141
Neuroplasticity
Looking After
Sore Throat
Shared Medical
Supplement Use
Wine, Aromas,
Neck Lumps -
The Inaugural
Research - Hope for
Gender Diverse
Guidelines
Appointments
and Doping by NZ
Flavours and the
When Less is More
Hearing Games
Brain Recovery?
Young People
Adolescent Athletes
Brain
Glen Davies,
Richard Faull,
Simon Denny
Garry Egger,
Ryan
Johanna Montgomery
plus ?
John Malcolm
John Stevens
Sian Clancy et al
Patrick Schweder
Francis Hall
Johnson-Hunt
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #151
WS #152
WS #153
WS #154
WS #155
WS #156
WS #157
WS #158
Neuroplasticity
Looking After
Sore Throat
Shared Medical
Supplement Use
Wine, Aromas,
Neck Lumps -
The Inaugural
Research - Hope for
Gender Diverse
Guidelines
Appointments
and Doping by NZ
Flavours and the
When Less is More
Hearing Games
Brain Recovery?
Young People
Adolescent Athletes
Brain
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 22nd June
Plenary: Lung Health
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1815
Chair: Chris Atkinson
WS #160
WS #161
WS #162
WS #163
Introduction
Vaccination
Vaccination
Perinanal
Predicting Motor
1630-1640
Forum 1:
Forum 2:
Conditions
Recovery after
Chris Atkinson
Travel Vaccines
Vaccine
and Pilonidal
Stroke - Why
and Issues with
Preventable
Disease
and How
Reducing the Incidence and Impact of Lung Disease
1640-1700
Travellers
Diseases and
Marie-Clare
Paul Dawkins
Schedule Issues
Smith, Emma
Sandya Pillai
Monigatti
Improving Outcomes for Lung Cancer
(Not Repeated)
(Not Repeated)
1700-1720
Laird Cameron
Michelle Tanner,
Jane Morphet,
How a Nurse Specialist Can Assist Your Team
Marc Shaw,
Tony Walls
WS #174
WS #175
1720-1740
Lynley Gulasekharam
Perinanal
Predicting Motor
Conditions
Recovery after
Living with Lung Cancer
and Pilonidal
Stroke - Why
1740-1800
Chris Atkinson
Disease
and How
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1800-1815
Discussion
1900-2400
Conference Dinner - Speaker TBA- Eric Rush
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #164
WS #165
WS #166
WS #167
WS #168
WS #169
WS #170
WS #171
WS #172
Perinatal Mental
Oral Lesions of
How to Achieve
Heart Failure
First Episode
Identifying
Identifying
Vision for
Identifying
Health: Changing
Significance
Better Fertility- An
Management in
Psychosis
and Managing
and Managing
Life:
and Managing
the Face of the
Interactive Session
Primary Care:
Problems With the
Problems With the
Problems With the
Future.
Challenges and
Surface of the Eye
Surface of the Eye
Surface of the Eye
Opportunities?
Adam Watson,
Adam Watson,
Adam Watson,
Tanya Furstenburg
Rajan Patel
Simon McDowell
Gerry Devlin,
Caleb Armstrong
Shanu Sabbiah
Shanu Sabbiah
Dean Corbett
Shanu Sabbiah
Colleen Bowring
WS #176
WS #177
WS #178
WS #179
WS #180
WS #181
WS #182
WS #183
WS #184
Perinatal Mental
Oral Lesions of
How to Achieve
Heart Failure
First Episode
Identifying
Identifying
Vision for
Identifying
Health: Changing
Significance
Better Fertility- An
Management in
Psychosis
and Managing
and Managing
Life:
and Managing
the Face of the
Interactive Session
Primary Care :
Problems With the
Problems With the
Problems With the
Future.
Challenges and
Surface of the Eye
Surface of the Eye
Surface of the Eye
Opportunities?
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 23rd June
0730-0830
Emerge Health Breakfast Session: IBD or IBS - Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Approaches
or Concurrent Sessions
Head and Neck Issues for GPs to
0830-0850
Rajan Patel
WS #185
WS #186
WS #187
WS #188
MPS Medicolegal
Psychopharma-
Case Studies in
Frontline Tool for
Forum- Risks and
cology in Older
Occupational
Triaging and As-
Telepsychiatry
0850-0910
Outcomes: How to       Patients
              Medicine
sessing Concerning
Protect Yourself.
or Harmful Sexual
       Sidhesh
            Behaviour
Better Estimation of Coronary Risk
(Not Repeated)
Phaldessai
David Black
Shane Harris
0910-0930
Rod Jackson
Samantha King,
Tim Cookson
Repeated Sessions
How a CT Calcium Score Adds Valu
e to the NZ Primary
0930-0950
Prevention CVD
Guideline - Chris Ellis
WS #198
WS #199
WS #200
Psychopharma-      Case Studies in
Frontline Tool for
   cology in Older          Occupational
Triaging and As-
The Future of Fertility
0950-1010re.
       Patients
           Medicine
sessing Concerning
Phill McChesney
or Harmful Sexual
Behaviour
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1010-1030
Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1120
Height Attenuation Therapy in Severely Disabled Young Children
Paul Hofman
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
1120-1140
Choosing Wisely in General Practice - First Do No Harm?
John Bonning
1140-1200
Humanitarian Issues Around Travel - Global Primary Care
Marc Shaw
1200-1220
Citizen Centric Health Service Planning: A New Way
Des Gorman
1220-1240
The Best Ethics Money Can Buy
John Pearn
1240-1300
Discussion
1300
Conference Closes
TBA
Chair: TBA
(55mins, 8:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #189
WS #190
WS #191
WS #192
WS #193
WS #194
WS #195
WS #196
Bariatrics - The
Throat Cancer
Managing
Lifestyle Medicine
Glaucoma, Retinal
OSA - Sleep it
Breathing Pattern
How to Prescribe
Obesity Wave
2.0
Lymphoedema v
- Focussing on the
Disease and the
Simple
Disorders
Medicinal
Lipoedema - Spot
Determinants of
Watery Eye
Cannabis
the Difference
Chronic Disease
Richard Hart,
Amanda Bell,
Glen Davies,
Sonya Bennett,
Sarah Mooney,
Graham
Nicholas Evenett
David Vokes
Sarah Rule
Garry Egger,
Clairton de Souza
Sumit Samant
Sarah Butler
Gulbransen
John Stevens
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #201
WS #202
WS #203
WS #204
WS #205
WS #206
WS #207
WS #208
Bariatrics - The
Throat Cancer
What to do When
Lifestyle Medicine
Glaucoma, Retinal
OSA - Sleep it
Breathing Pattern
How to Prescribe
Obesity Wave
2.0
Viagra Does Not
- Focussing on the
Disease and the
Simple
Disorders
Medicinal
Work
Determinants of
Watery Eye
Cannabis
Chronic Disease
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
PRACTICE MANAGERS PROGRAMME
Friday 21st June
0800-1830
Practice Managers Programme - Location: Sportsdrome
Chair: Denise McDonald
Pre 0800
Registration and coffee
0800-0900
Business Models and The Need for Change
Shaun Phelan
0900-1030
Health Care Homes - Doing it Lean!
Andrew Miller plus one
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1300
NZMA Medicopolitical Session
1100-1230
Happy Staff, Happy Practice- Tools to Lead Your Team to Financial Security
Sue Stewart, Hamish McPhail, Lynda Taylor
1230-1300
A Financial Quiz
Leicester Gouwland
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
1400-1445
Managing Your Reputation During A Crisis
Jacky James
1445-1600
Medicolegal Update - HDC, Privacy & Beyond
Tim Cookson, Samantha King
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
1630-1730
Kiwisaver Offering
Hamish Bond
1730-1830
Mitigating Financial Risk
Jason Hwang, Sarah Zub
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktail Function
NURSES PROGRAMME
Saturday 22nd June
0830-1800
Nurses Programme - Location: Sportsdrome
Chair: Marilyn Rosewarne
0800-0830
Registration
0830-1030
General session
Concurrent choice
0830-0900
Refugee Health TBA
Jo Williams
0900-0945
Empowering Your Patients
Mel Abbott
0945-1030
Supporting the Breast Cancer Journey
Sandya Pillai
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1130
Handy Hints for Making Babies
Adele Miles
1130-1200
Why Compassionate Caring Matters
Robin Youngson
1200-1230
Problem Gambling
Brigitte Thornley
1230-1300
The Role of Physician Associates - How They Add Value
Alexandra Kayat, Tiffany Hodgson, Natalie Davison
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
1400-1420
Travel Vaccine Preventable Disease
Marc Shaw
1420-1440
Eradication of Polio
Michelle Tanner
1440-1500
Improved Vaccination Coverage at All Ages
Jane Morphet
1500-1520
Key Points re Meningococcal Vaccination
Kim Hunter
1520-1530
Discussion
1530-1600
What Nurses Need to Know About Occupational Medicine
David Black
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
1630-1700
Assessment of Harmful or Concerning Sexual Behaviour
Shane Harris
1700-1730
Red Flags in ENT: Symptoms and Signs of Serious Disease
David Vokes
1730-1800
Indigestion
Alasdair Patrick
1800-1830
Assessing Capacity in Dementia
Sidhesh Phaldessai
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktail Function