NZMA, New Zealand Medical Association, Rotorua
 

"Rotorua GP CME 2018” - 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 2018” - The urgent care content is approved for RNZCUC CME.

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 7th 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.
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Medicinal Cannabis Workshop
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Workshop Part 1
Respiratory Medicine 101 Forum
0830-1030
Graham Gulbransen
David Kim
Amanda Oakley
Innes Asher
David Caldicott
Rab Burtun
Richard Beasley (Chair)
Sarah Mooney
Supported by Sanofi
Conroy Wong
Supported by Asthma
& Respiratory Foundation
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
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WS #9
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Medicinal Cannabis Workshop
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Workshop Part 2
Respiratory Medicine 101 Forum
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Graham Gulbransen
David Kim
Amanda Oakley
Innes Asher
1100-1300
David Caldicott
Rab Burtun
Richard Beasley (Chair)
Sarah Mooney
Supported by Sanofi
Conroy Wong
Supported by Asthma
& Respiratory Foundation
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
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WS #15
WS #16
WS #17
GP Surgery - Part 1
Insulin Masterclass - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 1
Women’s Health 101
Advanced Skills
(Repeated)
Contraception / Abnormal
Vaginal Bleeding
Zac Moaveni
David Kim
Amanda Oakley
Practical Hands on Session
1400-1600
Adam Bialostocki
Rab Burtun
Gigi Kwok
Orna McGinn
Supported by Sanofi
Simon Edmonds
Max 30
Supported by Bayer
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
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WS #21
WS #22
WS #23
GP Surgery - Part 2
Insulin Masterclass - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 2
Women’s Health 101
Advanced Skills
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Contraception / Abnormal
Zac Moaveni
David Kim
Amanda Oakley
Vaginal Bleeding
1630-1830
Adam Bialostocki
Rab Burtun
Practical Hands on Session
Gigi Kwok
Orna McGinn
Supported by Sanofi
Simon Edmonds
Max 30
Supported by Bayer
1900-2330
Trivialitis Competition/Dinner
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PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 7th 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
Musculoskeletal Medicine 1
An Asian Flavour - East meets West
NZRC CORE Advanced
“With Exam / Assessment”
(8 hours including written exam) - $530
0830-1030
Kinetics in Acute & Chronic Msk
Derek Luo, Michelle Wong
(includes ACLS Manual)
Conditions
Yu-Min Lin, Judy Huang
This course has been endorsed by The Royal New
Ian Wallbridge
Pui Ling Chan, Andrew To
Zealand College of General Practitioners and has
Jonathan Kuttner
James Liang, Donny Wong
been approved for 12 CME credits for maintenance
Keith Laubscher
of Professional Standards MOPS purposes.
This course requires pre-reading of the NZRC
Resuscitation - “A Guide for Advanced Rescuers”
manual in order to successfully complete the NZRC
written test. The recommended pre-reading time
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
is 3 weeks prior. We recommend you order the
manual at the time of registration with Conference
Please note: workshop content is repeated
Matters (may be obtained online through
Conference Matters or directly online through the
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WS #13
NZRC website)
Musculoskeletal Medicine 2
An Asian Flavour - East meets
The course covers and includes:
(Repeated)
(Pre-course reading purchased by yourself - in
advance to prepare for the written test)
Lumbar and Cervical Pain
Derek Luo, Michelle Wong
1100-1300
• Basic Life Support (Adult, child and baby
Interactive Case Studies.
Yu-Min Lin, Judy Huang
including choking)
What Interventions Work?
Pui Ling Chan, Andrew To
• Advanced airway management (single and
Keith Laubscher
James Liang, Donny Wong
double person bag masking, guedel airway
Ian Wallbridge
insertion, LMA’s insertion)
Jonathan Kuttner
• A chance to practice Intubation (not assessed
Giresh Kanji
now in Advanced)
• AED and rhythm recognitionM
• Adult and child collapse algorithms
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
• Anaphylaxis management
• Scenario based training including adult and
Please note: workshop content is repeated
child
• A compulsory multi choice test and skills
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WS #19
evaluation of airway management, safety using
a defi brillator and cardiac rhythms
Musculoskeletal Medicine 3
Pain Management Symposium
• This is a NZRC CORE Advanced course
(previously Level 7) Approved (8 hrs) course
run by Jason Burns (NZRC Instructor CORE
Pain Modulation Techniques
Chris Hoffman,
Advanced & Immediate, NZDA Approved
1400-1600
Chris Gregg
Instructor, RNZCGP Endorsed Instructor, Royal
Jonathan Kuttner
Wei Chung Tong,
New Zealand College of Urgent Care instructor).
Keith Laubscher
John Moffatt
• Attendees will be registered nurses, medical
Ian Wallbridge
practitioners or people who have the skills
Supported by TBI
contained in the course as part of their scope of
practice. It is expected that students will already
have the skills and knowledge required for
Resuscitation.
Course duration for Resuscitation CORE
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
ADVANCED is a minimum of 8 hours with
Please note: workshop content is repeated
expected pre-reading preparation time of at
least 4 hours.
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• You are expected to access resources at your
disposal.
Musculoskeletal Medicine 4
Pain Management Symposium
(Repeated)
Examples of suitable texts may include:
Final Panel Discussion
• PRIME course material on resuscitation
Putting It All Together
Chris Hoffman,
• NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for Advanced
1630-1830
Keith Laubscher
Chris Gregg
Rescuers” manual in order to successfully
Ian Wallbridge
Wei Chung Tong,
complete the NZRC written test. The
Jonathan Kuttner
John Moffatt
recommended pre-reading time is 3 weeks
prior.
Giresh Kanji
Supported by TBI
1900-2330
Trivialitis Competition/Dinner
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MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 8th June
0700-0755
ACC Breakfast Session - ACC Treatment Injury: When to Lodge a Claim, Surgical Mesh-related Claim Insights, (and everything in-between)
0800-0805
Conference Opening and Welcome - Chair - GPC
0805-0825
The Brain is not Designed For Thinking - What Do We Do Instead?
0825-0845
The Role of AI and Other Digital Disruptors, and the Future of General Practice
0845-0905
What Can GPs Do About Osteoporosis?
0905-0925
Coronary Genetic Risk Scoring - Ready for Prime Time
0925-0945
Preventing Food Allergy
0945-1005
NICE News about HRT
1005-1030
Questions and Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
NZMA Forum - “The Digital Future”
1100-1300
Chair: Jan White
1100-1105
Welcome from NZMA Chairman
Peter Foley Memorial Oration
1105-1130
William Ferguson
Minister of Health
1130-1145
or Concurrent Session
David Clark
Cuisine Medicine
1145-1200
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WS #27
WS #28
Mathew Valentine
Bid Data - Useful or Useless in Health
Vitamin C and CT for the
Falls in The Elderly and
Management Options for
1200-1215
Leigh Donoghue
Busy GP
PPIs
MultiMorbidity
Things That Matter - The Human Side of Medicine
1215-1230
David Galler
Tane Taylor
Louise Fowler,
Carol Atmore
Felix Ram
1230-1300
Questions to the Panel
1300-1400
Lunch & Exhibition
Plenary Session on Genomic Medicine (Supported by Illumina)
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: William Ferguson
Precision Medicine - Why It Will Work From a Genome
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WS #38
1400-1415
Biology Perspective - Justin O’Sullivan
Case Studies on
New Trends in
Interpreting LFTs
Global Investment
Direct to the Consumer Genetics in Primary Care - An Approach
Antiplatelet and
Treating Type 2
Market Update
1415-1430
Stephen Robertson
Antecoagulants
Diabetes
Genomic Medicine - How Hard Can It Be?
Derek Luo,
Jack Powell,
1430-1445
Cris Print
Andrew To
Bryan Betty
Alasdair Patrick
Ben Lavender
The Evolving Face of Clinical Genetics
1445-1500
Patrick Yap
Repeated Sessions
The PreImplantation Genetics Screening Dilemma
1500-1515
WS #47
WS #48
WS #49
WS #50
Dean Morbeck
Tissue Banking and the Public Health Perspective
Case Studies on
New Trends in
Interpreting LFTs
Global Investment
1515-1530
Karen Bartholomew
Antiplatelet and
Treating Type 2
Market Update
Pharmacogenomics
Antecoagulants
Diabetes
1530-1545
Patrick Gladding
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1545-1600
Questions and Discussions
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session : Mental Health
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: Bruce Arroll
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WS #61
WS #62
WS #63
Doing Better with Depressed/Anxious Patients
Individualising
Genetics in
Hypnosis
Update on
1630-1645
Bruce Arroll
Hypertension
Primary Care
Techniques for
Managing
Strategies to Prevent Recurrence of Depression
Treatment
What Do I Need To
Health
Pancreatic Cancer
1645-1700
Professionals
Sanjay
Rob Shieff
Intensive or Not?
Know?
Patrick Gladding
Stephen Robertson
Leanne Lawrence
Pandanaboyana
Weird but Common Sleep Disorders
1700-1715
Tony Fernando
Equally Well - Together We are Making a Difference
Repeated Sessions
1715-1730
Caro Swanson
WS #72
WS #73
WS #74
WS #75
Ketamine Therapy for Treatment Resistant Depression
Individualising
Genetics in
Hypnosis
Update on
1730-1745
- a new GP Model - Caleb Armstrong
Hypertension
Primary Care
Techniques for
Managing
Assessment of Suicide
Treatment
What Do I Need To
Health
Pancreatic Cancer
1745-1800
Chris Kenedi
Intensive or Not?
Know?
Professionals
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1800-1830
Questions and Discussions
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktail Function
1930-2100
Endometriosis NZ Symposium: New Approaches in the Management of Your Patients with Dysmenorrhoea and Endometriosis - Miriama Kamo, Guy Gude
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MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 8th June
Peter Robinson
Chair: Peter Robinson
Jan White
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
Bruce Arroll
Sanjeewa Samaraweera
David Kim
Patrick Gladding
Rohan Ameratunga
Tony Baird
(60mins, 12:00pm-1:00pm not repeated)
WS #29
WS #30
WS #31
WS #32
WS #33
WS #34
Sudden
A Good Resource for
An Overview of Acupunc-
Are Mobile Phones Affecting
Management of Benign
NZ’s Population-Based
Sensorineural Hearing
Arthritis Patients
ture
Health? What Can You Do
Rectal Bleeding
Funding Formula: A Media
Loss, and Managing
About It?
Content Analysis
Single-Sided Deafness
Dave Cox
Hansie Wong
Mary Redmayne
Nagham Al-Mozany
Aaron Chester
Shantelle Chandra
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #39
WS #40
WS #41
WS #42
WS #43
WS #44
WS #45
WS #46
Understanding the
Endocrine Case
Medtech User
Painless Local
A Toolbox for
Novel Psychotropic
Conflict in the
Conversations
Relationship
Studies
Group
Anaesthesia and
Optimal Patient
Substances
Workplace and
About Psychotropic
Between Hearing
Blocks - Tips and
Service
How to Deal With It
Prescribing
Techniques
Loss and Dementia
Graham Gulbransen,
Andrea Bates, David
Ryan Johnson-Hunt
David Kim
Chrissie Patterson
Zac Moaveni
Kieran Bird
David Caldicott
Jacqui Gore
Menkes, Bruce Arroll
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #51
WS #52
WS #53
WS #54
WS #55
WS #56
WS #57
WS #58
Understanding the
Endocrine Case
Medtech User
Painless Local
A Toolbox for
Novel Psychotropic
Conflict in the
Conversations
Relationship
Studies
Group
Anaesthesia and
Optimal Patient
Substances
Workplace and
About Psychotropic
Between Hearing
Blocks - Tips and
Service
How to Deal With It
Prescribing
Loss and Dementia
Techniques
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #64
WS #65
WS #66
WS #67
WS #68
WS #69
WS #70
WS #71
Managing
The Ethical
OSA - Sleep it
Managing
Weight Loss 101
How to do an
Medicolegal Forum
General Practice
Haemopoetic
Challenges Posed
Simple
Eczema
for GPs
FNA Well
- Case Discussions
and The Future:
Disease in the
by the Interface of
Getting Ready for
Community
Medicine and Sport
Mary-Rose
John Chaplin,
Life 3.0
Humphrey Pullon,
Bruce Hamilton
Alex Bartle
Rohan Ameratunga
Spence
Nick McIvor
Matthew Eby
Supported by
Supported by
Medicus
MAS
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
Duncan McGill
Stephanie Pride
WS #76
WS #77
WS #78
WS #79
WS #80
WS #81
Ross Blair
Managing
The Ethical
OSA - Sleep it
Managing
Weight Loss 101
How to do an
Haemopoetic
Challenges Posed
Simple
Eczema
for GPs
FNA Well
Disease in the
by the Interface of
Community
Medicine and Sport
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
x, Fiona Connell, Neil Johnson, Deborah Bush
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MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 9th June
0700-0755
Breakfast Session 1: Hot Topics in Airways Disease (Asthma and COPD) - Supported by GlaxoSmithKline
0700-0755
Breakfast Session 2: 1. Hepatitis C - How to Find and Treat 2. Don’t Delay Diagnosing Spondyloarthritis - Supported by AbbVie
Plenary Session - “Hot Topics on Eyes”
or Concurrent Sessions
0800-1030
Chair: Ian Wallbridge
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WS #86
WS #87
WS #88
Introduction
0800-0805
Trevor Gray
Brushing up on
Problematic
Infections in
Nourish Yourself to
A New Model of Care for Macular Degeneration
Interpreting ECGs
Sexual Behaviour
Children - An
Health
0805-0820
Dianne Sharp
in Children
Immunologist’s
Diabetic Retinopathy - So What's New?
0820-0835
View
David Squirrell
Managing Allergic Conjunctivitis & Why Sodium Chromoglycate is Out
0835-0850
Patrick Gladding
Caleb Armstrong
Rohan Ameratunga
Mary-Rose Spence
Rachael Neiderer
How to Rapidly Recognize Red Flags in The Eye
0850-0905
Jen Court
Hot Tips on Removing Corneal Foreign Bodies
Repeated Sessions
0905-0920
Trevor Gray
What is The Role of Nutritional Supplements for Macular Degeneration
WS #97
WS #98
WS #99
WS #100
0920-0935
Dianne Sharp
Brushing up on
Problematic
Infections in
Nourish Yourself to
Key Concepts in Managing Dry Eyes
0935-0950
Rasha Al-Taie
Interpreting ECGs
Sexual Behaviour
Children - An
Health
ARCH - Giving Something Back
in Children
Immunologist’s
0950-1005
Trevor Gray
View
Hints About Periocular Skin Lesions
1005-1020
Richard Hart
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1020-1030
Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Update on Type 2 Diabetes
or Concurrent Sessions
1100-1300
Chair: Brandon Orr-Walker
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WS #111
WS #112
WS #113
What Support is Available for Patients and Caregivers in NZ?
The Pitfalls of
Modern
Implementing
Circadian Sleep
1100-1125
Deborah Connor
Second Opinions
Management of
Patient Portals and
Disorders
Urologic
Video Consults
Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes
Emergencies
1125-1150
Rod Jackson
Sanjeewa
David Bratt
John Tuckey
Samaraweera
Alex Bartle
The Changing Face of Diabetes
1150-1215
Repeated Sessions
Jeremy Krebs
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WS #123
WS #124
WS #125
What Can New Agents Offer Us?
1215-1240
The Pitfalls of
Modern
Implementing
Circadian Sleep
Brandon Orr-Walker
Second Opinions
Management of
Patient Portals and
Disorders
Urologic
Video Consults
Emergencies
1240-1300
Discussion
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Women’s Reproductive Health
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: Jan White
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WS #136
WS #137
WS #138
Cervical Screening and HPV in 2018
A New Model of
Management
Tax Issues on
IBD in Primary
1400-1420
Guy Gudex
Care for Macular
Options for
Investing
Care - Practical
Degeneration
Osteoarthritis
Management Tips
Menstrual Health and the Endometriosis School Programme
Dan Exeter,
1420-1440
Deborah Bush
Mark Fulcher,
Dianne Sharp
Simon Young
Leicester Gouwland
David Rowbotham
Fibroids and Endometriosis - What's New?
1440-1500
Neil Johnson
Repeated Sessions
Polycystic Ovary - A Common Problem
1500-1520
WS #147
WS #148
WS #149
WS #150
Devashana Gupta
A New Model of
Management
Tax Issues on
IBD in Primary
Assisted Reproduction 2020
Care for Macular
Options for
Investing
Care - Practical
1520-1540
Degeneration
Osteoarthritis
Management Tips
Guy Gudex
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1540-1600
Discussion
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
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MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 9th June
Stephen Child
Chair: Buzz Burrell
John Perry, Tracey Kain
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
(55mins, 08:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
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WS #90
WS #91
WS #92
WS #93
WS #94
WS #95
WS #96
Plastic and ENT
Travel Medicine
What We Can Do
Joint Injecting
Intergenerational
Management of
The Weight Loss
Lung Function
Surgical Pearls for
Case Studies
for Doctor Burnout
Techniques and
Wealth Planning
Common Urologic
Menu
Testing in Your
GPs
Tips
Problems in
Practice
General Practice
Andrew Cho,
Jenny Visser,
Dan Exeter,
Jack Powell,
Anna Lawrence,
Alasdair Patrick,
Zac Moaveni
Robert Bester
Tony Fernando
Mark Fulcher
Ben Lavender
Simon Van Rij
Miriam Mullard
Priya Pattni
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #101
WS #102
WS #103
WS #104
WS #105
WS #106
WS #107
WS #108
Plastic and ENT
Travel Medicine
What We Can Do
Joint Injecting
Intergenerational
Management of
The Weight Loss
Lung Function
Surgical Pearls for
Case Studies
for Doctor Burnout
Techniques and
Wealth Planning
Common Urologic
Menu
Testing in Your
GPs
Tips
Problems in
Practice
General Practice
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 11:00am-11:55am repeated at 12:05pm)
WS #114
WS #115
WS #116
WS #117
WS #118
WS #119
WS #120
WS #121
Q and A Session
Managing Male
Resilience and
ENT Case
Managing
The Functional
Eye Case Studies
Coping with
on Depression and
Urinary
Emotional Intelligence
Studies
Medically
Medicine
What You Do Not
Difficult Stomas
Anxiety
Incontinence
Buzzwords or Useful
Unexplained
Approach to Gut
Want to Miss
Words in Medicine
Symptoms
Health
Nagham Al
Rob Shieff
Andre Westernberg
Jacqui Gore
Richard Douglas
Chris Kenedi
Hansie Wong
David Squirrell
Mozany
(55mins, 12:05pm-1:00pm)
WS #126
WS #127
WS #128
WS #129
WS #130
WS #131
WS #132
WS #134
Q and A Session
Managing Male
Resilience and
ENT Case
Managing
The Functional
Eye Case Studies
Coping with
on Depression and
Urinary
Emotional Intelligence
Studies
Medically
Medicine
What You Do Not
Difficult Stomas
Anxiety
Incontinence
Buzzwords or Useful
Unexplained
Approach to Gut
Want to Miss
Words in Medicine
Symptoms
Health
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #139
WS #140
WS #141
WS #142
WS #143
WS #144
WS #145
WS #146
The Acutely Dizzy
The Importance of
Cultural
Case Studies in
How You Can Do
Management of
Hypogonadism
Injuries From A
Patient
Tools Beyond Life-
Competence:
Peripheral Arterial
Patient Tests and
Lumps in the Neck
Forensic Viewpoint
style in Managing
Strategies to Avoid
Disease
Screening on the Spot
Obesity
Cultural Insensitivity
Denise Wilson,
Geoff Herd,
Nick McIvor,
Karim Mahawish
John Dixon
Dianne Wepa
Venu Bhamidipaty
Samarina Musaad
John Chaplin
Geoff Braatvedt
Jack Drummond
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #151
WS #152
WS #153
WS #154
WS #155
WS #156
WS #157
WS #158
The Acutely Dizzy
The Importance of
Cultural
Case Studies in
How You Can Do
Management of
Hypogonadism
Injuries From A
Patient
Tools Beyond Life-
Competence:
Peripheral Arterial
Patient Tests and
Lumps in the Neck
Forensic Viewpoint
style in Managing
Strategies to Avoid
Disease
Screening on the Spot
Obesity
Cultural Insensitivity
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
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MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 9th June
Plenary Session: Surgery
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
WS #160
WS #161
WS #162
WS #163
It's Just a Hernia!
1630-1645
Case Studies in
Assessing the Patient
First Do No
The Pros and Cons
Sanjay Pandanaboyana
Ophthlamology
with an Acute
Harm - Safer
of HPV Vaccination
Prostate Cancer TBA
Muscle Injury
Systems, Sleeping
in Head and Neck
1645-1700
Better at Night
Cancer
Leanne Tyrie
Lisa Eskildsen,
Rajan Patel,
Critical Urology You Need to Know to Keep Your Spinal
Trevor Gray
Bruce Hamilton
Vikas Sethi
Kevin Smith
1700-1715
Patients Well - John Tuckey
Managing Common Breast Disease in Primary Care
Repeated Sessions
1715-1730
Mike Puttick
WS #172
WS #173
WS #174
WS #175
Medical Management of Chronic Rhinosinusitis
1730-1745
Case Studies in
Assessing the Patient
First Do No
The Pros and Cons
Richard Douglas
Ophthlamology
with an Acute
Harm- Safer
of HPV Vaccination
Muscle Injury
Systems, Sleeping
in Head and Neck
Colorectal Cancer TBA
1745-1800
Better at Night
Cancer
Frank Frizelle
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1800-1830
Discussion
1900-2400
Conference Dinner
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 9th June
(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
From IBS to Faecal
Managing Prolapse
Kiwisaver - The
Understanding the
Q and A Session on
Delivering Travel
The App to Sort
Gems about
Microbial
and Stress
Key Benefits For
Relationship Between
Bipolar Disorders
Medicine in
Your Own Stress
Germs
Transplantation:
Incontinence
Your Financial
Hearing Loss and
General Practice
Getting Your
Without Mesh and
Health
Dementia
Number 2’s Sorted
Slings and Things
Lance
Jenny Visser,
Steve Ritchie,
John Perry
Anil Sharma
Dawber-Ashley
Ryan Johnson-Hunt
Rob Shieff
Robert Bester
Leanne Lawrence
Mark Thomas
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
WS #176
WS #177
WS #178
WS #179
WS #180
WS #181
WS #182
WS #183
From IBS to Faecal
Managing Prolapse
Kiwisaver - The
Understanding the
Q and A Session on
Delivering Travel
The App to Sort
Gems about
Microbial
and Stress
Key Benefits For
Relationship Between
Bipolar Disorders
Medicine in
Your Own Stress
Germs
Transplantation:
Incontinence
Your Financial
Hearing Loss and
General Practice
Getting Your
Without Mesh and
Health
Dementia
Number 2’s Sorted
Slings and Things
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 10th June
0730-0830
Breakfast Session - Emerge Health - Shared Care of the IBD Patient - Supported by Emerge Health
or Concurrent Sessions
Plenary Session
0830-1030
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
WS #185
WS #186
WS #187
WS #188
Issues Prescribing
Prescribing Beating
The Impact of
Adolescent and
Ridiculously Excessive Antibiotic Prescribing in NZ
0830-0855
Clozapine That All
the Blues
the New CVD
Children’s Sleep
Time to Change - Mark Thomas
GPs Need to Know
Guidelines in Your
Disorders
Practice
A Modern Approach to Treating Cellulitis
Sanjeewa
Gerry Devlin
0855-0920
Steve Ritchie
Chris Kenedi
Samaraweera
Fraser Hamilton
Alex Bartle
Weight Loss - Who's Telling the Truth
0920-0945
Mary-Rose Spence
Repeated Sessions
WS #197
WS #198
WS #199
WS #200
Issues Prescribing
Prescribing Beating
The Impact of
Adolescent and
Clozapine That All
the Blues
the New CVD
Children’s Sleep
Where Are We Up To With Bowel Cancer Screening?
GPs Need to Know
Guidelines in Your
Disorders
0945-1010
Alasdair Patrick, Nagham Al Mozany
Practice
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1010-1030
Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session
1100-1125
Being a Doctor at the Olympics: What it Means and How To Be There
1125-1150
How Much Sport is Too Much for Kids
1150-1215
It’s Not All Gloom and Doom - How The Law Protects You As Well As Your Patients
1215-1240
The Future of Health ie Tomorrow!
1240-1300
Discussion
1300
Conference Closes
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 10th June
Rick Stein, Ali Jafer, Jacqui Fletcher, Phoebe Wu
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
(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
Web Resources
Family History of
What to do When
Sports Nutrition 101
Thriving in
Varicose Veins
Prevention and
The Diagnostic
in Youth Mental
Breast Cancer -
Viagra Does Not
for GPs - a panel
Medicine -
Matter
Treatment of
Value of Shave
Health
What Shall I Do?
Work
Jeni Pearce
Wellness Plans
Stroke
Excisions
Tanya Hamilton
and Scripts for
Mike Puttick
Shane Way
Sian Clancy
Doctors
Caleb Armstrong
Eletha Taylor
John Tuckey
Bridget Leonard
Jacqui Gore
Venu Bhamidipaty
Karim Mahawish
Rajan Patel
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #201
WS #202
WS #203
WS #204
WS #205
WS #206
WS #207
WS #208
Web Resources
Family History of
What to do When
Sports Nutrition 101
Thriving in
Varicose Veins
Prevention and
The Diagnostic
in Youth Mental
Breast Cancer -
Viagra Does Not
for GPs - a panel
Medicine -
Matter
Treatment of
Value of Shave
Health
What Shall I Do?
Work
Wellness Plans
Stroke
Excisions
and Scripts for
Doctors
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
Bruce Hamilton
Mark Fulcher
Rob Hendry
Stephen Child
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