NZMA, New Zealand Medical Association, Rotorua
 

"South 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.

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

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 8th August
(Fee applies) Horncastle Arena, 55 Jack Hinton Drive, Addington, Christchurch
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
Skin Cancer Surgical
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Part 1
Musculoskeletal Workshop
Basic Skills
Part 1
0830-1030
Rebecca Stack,
Michelle Downie
Amanda Oakley
Jim Borowczyk,
Dylan James
Jenny Keightley,
Supported by Sanofi
Ian Wallbridge
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #8
WS #9
WS #10
WS #11
Skin Cancer Surgical
Diabetes Basics
Dermoscopy Part 2
Musculoskeletal Workshop
Advanced Skills
(Repeated)
Part 2
1100-1300
Rebecca Stack,
Michelle Downie
Amanda Oakley
Jim Borowczyk,
Dylan James
Jenny Keightley,
Supported by Sanofi
Ian Wallbridge
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #14
WS #15
WS #16
WS #17
Safe Use of Local
Diabetes - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 1
Musculoskeletal Workshop
Anaesthesia and
Insulin Masterclass
(Repeated)
Part 3
Conscious Sedation
1400-1600
Derek Barrett
Michelle Downie
Amanda Oakley
Jim Borowczyk,
Jenny Keightley,
Supported by Sanofi
Ian Wallbridge
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #20
WS #21
WS #22
WS #23
Safe Use of Local
Diabetes - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 2
Musculoskeletal Workshop
Anaesthesia and
Insulin Masterclass
(Repeated)
Part 4
Conscious Sedation
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1630-1830
Derek Barrett
Michelle Downie
Amanda Oakley
Jim Borowczyk,
Jenny Keightley,
Supported by Sanofi
Ian Wallbridge
1900-2330
Dinner own arrangements
PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 8th August
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
Womens Health 101
How to Introduce Ultrasound
NZRC CORE Advanced
into Your Practice
“With Exam / Assessment”
0830-1030
(8 hours including written exam) - $530
Helen Paterson
Medical Devices Ltd
(includes ACLS Manual)
This course has been endorsed by The
BAYER
Maximum 20 delegates
Royal New Zealand College of General
Practitioners and has been approved
for 12 CME credits for maintenance of
Professional Standards MOPS purposes.
This course requires pre-reading of
the NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for
1030-1100
Morning Teaand Exhibition
Advanced Rescuers” manual in order to
successfully complete the NZRC written
test. The recommended pre-reading time
Please note: workshop content is repeated
is 3 weeks prior. We recommend you order
the manual at the time of registration with
WS #12
WS
#13
Conference Matters (may be obtained
Womens Health 101
More Advanced US Skills
online through Conference Matters or
(Repeated)
for the GP/Emergency Doctor
directly online through the NZRC website)
The course covers and includes:
(Pre-course reading purchased by yourself
1100-1300
- in advance to prepare for the written test)
Helen Paterson
Medical Devices Ltd
Basic Life Support (Adult, child and baby
BAYER
Maximum 20 delegates
including choking)
Advanced airway management (single and
double person bag masking, guedel airway
insertion, LMA’s insertion)
A chance to practice Intubation (not
assessed now in Advanced)
AED and rhythm recognition
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Adult and child collapse algorithms
Anaphylaxis management
Please note: workshop content is repeated
Scenario based training including adult
and child
WS #18
WS
#19
A compulsory multi choice test and skills
Strategies Retiring from Practice
How to Introduce Ultrasound
evaluation of airway management, safety
into Your Practice
using a defibrillator and cardiac rhythms
(Repeated)
This is a NZRC CORE Advanced course
(previously Level 7) Approved (8 hrs)
1400-1600
course run by Jason Burns (NZRC
Medical Devices Ltd
Graeme Whittaker,
Instructor CORE Advanced & Immediate,
Yoram Barak,
Maximum 20 delegates
NZDA Approved Instructor, RNZCGP
Colin Thomson,
Endorsed Instructor, Royal New Zealand
Pippa Mackay,
College of Urgent Care instructor).
Kathryn Dalziel
Attendees will be registered nurses,
medical practitioners or people who have
the skills contained in the course as part of
their scope of practice. It is expected that
students will already have the skills and
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
knowledge required for Resuscitation.
Please note: workshop content is repeated
Course duration for Resuscitation CORE
ADVANCED is a minimum of 8 hours with
expected pre-reading preparation time of at
WS #24
WS
#25
least 4 hours.
Strategies Retiring from Practice
More Advanced US Skills
You are expected to access resources at
(Repeated)
for the GP/Emergency Doctor
your disposal.
(Repeated)
Examples of suitable texts may include:
PRIME course material on resuscitation
1630-1830
NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for
Graeme Whittaker,
Advanced Rescuers” manual in order to
Yoram Barak,
Medical Devices Ltd
successfully complete the NZRC written
Colin Thomson,
test. The recommended pre-reading time is
3 weeks prior.
Pippa Mackay,
Maximum 20 delegates
Kathryn Dalziel
1900-2330
Dinner own arrangements
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 9th August
0700-0755
Breakfast Session:ACC Breakfast Session - Patient Safety in General Practice - Peter Jansen, Nick Kendall
Chair: To be confirmed
0800-0805
Welcome and Conference Opening
GPC Chairperson Jan White
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
0805-0830
Christchurch Memorial Oration: Dr Emily Siedeberg
John Adams
0830-0850
General Practice is a Non-linear Science: How Do We Do It?
Tony Dowell, Nikki Turner
0850-0910
Serious Mental Illness and the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease.
Michael Williams
0910-0930
BMI is a Great Metric, But Do We Understand It?
John Dixon
0930-0950
Medical Issues in Athletes
Chris Milne, John Molloy
0950-1010
The Biologic Basis of Insomnia, Anxiety and Depression
Giresh Kanji
1010-1030
Discussion Panel
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1300
NZMA MP Session
Plenary Room
Chair: Jan White
1100-1110
Welcome- NZMA Chairman
Kate Baddock
1110-1130
Ministry of Health Priorities and Work Plan
Andy Inder
1130-1150
Mental Health Enquiry
Barbara Disley
1150-1210
Alcohol Policy
Sally Caswell
1210-1240
Minister of Health Address
David Clark
1240-1300
Panel Discussion
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Oncology
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
WS #26
WS #27
WS #28
Post Code Cancer Care- The Case for Change
1400-1420
Update on How to
How to Anticoagulate
Before FODMAP - IBS in
Chris Jackson
Examine Major Joints
Effectively in AF
General Practice
Opportunities for Primary Care
1420-1440
Ross Lawrenson
Chris Milne,
John Molloy
Michael Williams
Helen Gibbs
Inequities in Cancer in NZ
1440-1500
Diana Safarti
Repeated Sessions
Spirituality in Cancer Care
1500-1520
WS #36
WS #37
WS #38
Richard Egan
Update on How to
How to Anticoagulate
Before FODMAP - IBS in
Cancer in The Public Eye
1520-1540
Examine Major Joints
Effectively in AF
General Practice
Donna Chisholm
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1540-1600
Discussion
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Obesity
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: Jan White
WS #46
WS #47
WS #48
Genetic and Early Life Factors: The First Thousand Days
Retirement - a Bright
Medication
Pessaries for Pelvic Organ
1630-1645
John Dixon
Beacon or an Oncoming
and Sleep
Prolapse
Train?
Our Complex Obesogenic Environment:
1645-1700
Are We Ready To Act? Jim Mann
Sue Stewart,
Alex Bartle
Michael Stitely
Hamish McPhail,
Childhood and Adolescent Obesity:
1700-1715
Lynda Taylor
Assessment and Management - Louise Baur
Fit and Fat - Is This Our Best Hope for the Future?
Repeated Sessions
1715-1730
Chris Milne
WS #56
WS #57
WS #58
The Best Diet - The Battle of the Macronutrients:
Retirement - a Bright
Medication
Pessaries for Pelvic Organ
1730-1745
Low Fat or Low Carbohydrates - Jim Mann
Beacon or an Oncoming
and Sleep
Prolapse
Train?
Regulation of Energy Balance:
1745-1800
The Challenge of Weight Management - Mary Rose Spence
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1810-1830
Discussion
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktails
Exhibition
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 9th August
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
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WS #30
WS #31
WS #32
WS #33
WS #34
Diagnosis and Management
Prescribing HIV Pre-
A New Approach to
What Value Does a
Vaping- A Recreational or
Abortion - Where Are We
of Somatising Patients - a
Exposure Prophylaxis
Managing Anxiety and
Physician Associate Add to
Smoking Cessation Tool?
Now?
Practical Approach for the
(PrEP) - a Panel Discussion
Depression
Your Practice?
15 min. consult
Edward Coughlan,
Tiffany Hodgson,
Brett Mann
Alison Stewart-Piere
Giresh Kanji
Alexandra Kayat
Graham Gulbransen
Helen Paterson
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #39
WS #40
WS #41
WS #42
WS #43
WS #44
Diagnosis and Management
Prescribing HIV Pre-
A New Approach to
What Value Does a
Vaping- A Recreational or
Abortion - Where Are We
of Somatising Patients - a
Exposure Prophylaxis
Managing Anxiety and
Physician Associate Add to
Smoking Cessation Tool?
Now?
Practical Approach for the 15
(PrEP) - a Panel Discussion
Depression
Your Practice?
min. consult
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #49
WS #50
WS #51
WS #52
WS #53
WS #54
Global Perspective on
Common Mental Health
Venous Thromboembolism
The Doctor- Nurse Game
Lung Health Forum
Paediatric Forum
Disruptive Innovation in
Problems: Tools and
and Issues Around
(not repeated)
(not repeated)
Healthcare
Resources for the GP
Anticoagulation
Consultation
Samuel Wong,
Tony Dowell,
Mark Smith
Chelsea Willmott
Chris Atkinson,
Martin De Bock,
Jason Hwang,
Nikki Turner
Greg Frazer,
Janet Geddes,
Sarah Zub
Bernie Fitzharris,
Aimee Mackay,
Lynley Gulasekharam
Wendy Miller,
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
Phillip Pattemore,
Juliet Gray,
WS #59
WS #60
WS #61
WS #62
Sarah Harris,
Global Perspective on
Common Mental Health
Venous Thromboembolism
The Doctor- Nurse Game
Caroline Mahon
Disruptive Innovation in
Problems: Tools and
and Issues Around
Healthcare
Resources for the GP
Anticoagulation
Consultation
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 10th August
0700-0755
AbbVie Breakfast Session 1:GPs Roles in Hep C Elimination & Biologics in Rheumatology
Chair: Dr Michael Thwaites
0700-0755
GSK Breakfast Session 2:Simplifying COPD Treatment
Chair: TBC
Plenary Session: Neuroplasticity
or Concurrent Sessions
0830-1030
Chair: TBC
WS #65
WS #66
WS #67
Neurogenesis and New Brain Cell Pathways in the Human
0800-0820
How to Achieve Better
Heart Failure Management
Screen use is affecting
Brain - Fact and Fantasy - Richard Faull
Fertility- An Interactive
in Primary Care: Challenges
health. What can we do
Repetitive Head Trauma - So What?
0820-0835
Session
and Opportunities?
about it?
Chris Milne
The Role of Nervous System Plasticity in Disorders
Michelle Bailey
Gerry Devlin,
Mary Redmayne
0835-0855
of the Brain and Heart - Johanna Montgomery
Joan Leighton
Rehabilitation of The Injured Brain
0855-0915
Des Gorman
Repeated Sessions
Recovery from Neurogenic Dysphagia
0915-0930
WS #75
WS #76
WS #77
Maggie-Lee Huckabee
How to Achieve Better
Heart Failure Management
Screen use is affecting
Recovery of Movement after Stroke
0930-0950
Fertility- An Interactive
in Primary Care: Challenges
health. What can we do
Cathy Stinear or Marie-Clare Smith
Session
and Opportunities?
about it?
Novel Pharmacologic Treatments for Stroke Recovery
0950-1005
Andrew Clarkson
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1005-1030
Panel Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: The Medicinal Cannabis Debate
or Concurrent Sessions
1100-1300
Chair: Graham Gulbransen
The Global Perspective and Experience
WS #85
WS #86
WS #87
1100-1120
David Caldicott
Military
DIY Podiatry - 50 Uses of
Approach to Low
Myths and Misconceptions Around Cannabis
Medicine
Orthopaedic Felt
Testosterone Values
1120-1140
Justin Sinclair
Forum
Medical Marijuana: a Marketing Ploy for Legalisation
1140-1200
Paul Naelis,
Chris Milne
Geoff Braatvedt
Jo McGuire
Kelsi Nicholls,
The Evidence in Epilepsy
1200-1210
Kit Boyes,
Ian Rosemergy
Mathew Pitt
Repeated Sessions
Where's the Data?
1210-1220
Giresh Kanji
WS #96
WS #97
(Not Repeated)
What Do the Green Fairies Do?
DIY Podiatry - 50 Uses of
Approach to Low
1220-1230
David Porter
Orthopaedic Felt
Testosterone Values
Funding Medication
1230-1240
Bryan Betty
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1240-1300
Panel Discussion
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
or Concurrent Sessions
Plenary Session: Public Health
1400-1600
Chair: TBC
WS #105
WS #106
WS #107
WS #108
Sleep
Cultural
Genetics in Primary
How Medical
101 Forum
Competence- Case
Care - What You
Cannabis is Treating
Creating a Healthy City - Healthy Auckland Together
Studies TBC
Need to Know
the U.S.
1400-1420
Michael Hale
Alex Bartle,
Mike Hlavac,
Tummy Bugs : Update on Notifiable Gastroenteritis,
Richard Jones,
1420-1440
VTEC etc
Philip Pattemore
Bryn Thompson
(Not Repeated)
Denise Wilson
Stephen Robertson
Jo McGuire
Refugee Health
1440-1500
Jo Williams
Repeated Sessions
WS #116
WS #117
WS #118
Whooping Cough and Mumps
1500-1520
Cultural
Genetics in Primary
How Medical
Michael Hale
Competence- Case
Care - What You
Cannabis is Treating
Studies TBC
Need to Know
the U.S.
TB in NZ- The Battle Rages On
1520-1540
Martin Reeve
1540-1600
Panel Discussion
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 10th August
(55mins, 08:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #68
WS #69
WS #70
WS #71
WS #72
WS #73
Hearing Health
Perinatal Mental Health:
Sexual Health - What’s
Managing Obesity with
Sorting out Inflammatory
Managing
Why Does It Matter?
Changing the Face of the
New for GPs?
Very Low Calorie Diets,
Arthritides - Case Studies
Spinal Pain
Future
Meal Replacements and
Drug Therapy
Melissa Babbage
Liz McDonald
Alison Stewart-Piere
John Dixon, Louise Baur,
David Porter
Giresh Kanji
Mary Rose Spence
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #78
WS #79
WS #80
WS #81
WS #82
WS #83
Hearing Health
Perinatal Mental Health:
Sexual Health - What’s
Managing Obesity with
Sorting out Inflammatory
Managing
Why Does It Matter?
Changing the Face of the
New for GPs?
Very Low Calorie Diets,
Arthritides - Case Studies
Spinal Pain
Future
Meal Replacements and
Drug Therapy
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 11:00am-11:55am repeated at 12:05pm)
WS #88
WS #89
WS #90
WS #91
WS #92
WS #93
WS #94
Back Pain Revisited:
Ulcers in the
Managing Urinary
Fads and Facts in
Managing Cardiovascular
ROBO Financial
Case Studies in Travel
From Heartsink to
Mouth
Incontinence
the Treatment and
Risk: Case Studies
Advice
Medicine
‘Bring It On’
Prevention of Obesity
Tony Dowell,
Anita Nolan
Michael Stitely
Jim Mann
Michael Williams
Lance Dawber-Ashley
Robert Bester
Nikki Turner
(55mins, 12:05pm-1:00pm)
WS #98
WS #99
WS #100
WS #101
WS #102
WS #103
WS #104
Back Pain Revisited:
Ulcers in the
Managing Urinary
Fads and Facts in
Managing Cardiovascular
ROBO Financial
Case Studies in Travel
From Heartsink to
Mouth
Incontinence
the Treatment and
Risk: Case Studies
Advice
Medicine
‘Bring It On’
Prevention of Obesity
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #109
WS #110
WS #111
WS #112
WS #113
WS #114
WS #115
Professional Financial
Lifestyle and
Integrating Mind-Body
The Changing
Aging Sperm and Eggs
Neuroplasticity
Non Invasive Cardiac
Advice or DIY - the Pros
Behavioural
into Clinical Practice
Information Landscape
- What Can Be Done?
Research - Hope for
Imaging - Whats Worth
and Cons
Interventions: Benefits,
- Tectonic Drift or
Brain Recovery?
Knowing?
Expectations and
Richter 6.3?
Outcomes
Sue Stewart,
Hamish McPhail,
John Dixon,
Richard Faull,
Ross Keenan,
Lynda Taylor
Louise Baur
Mel Abbott
Richard Medlicott
Kate Van Harseelar
Johanna Montgomery
Clare Stevens
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #119
WS #120
WS #121
WS #122
WS #123
WS #124
WS #125
Professional Financial
Lifestyle and
Integrating Mind-Body
The Changing
Aging Sperm and Eggs
Neuroplasticity
Non Invasive Cardiac
Advice or DIY - the Pros
Behavioural
into Clinical Practice
Information Landscape
- What Can Be Done?
Research - Hope for
Imaging - Whats Worth
and Cons
Interventions: Benefits,
- Tectonic Drift or
Brain Recovery?
Knowing?
Expectations and
Richter 6.3?
Outcomes
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 10th August
Plenary Session: Gastroenterology
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: TBC
WS #126
WS #127
WS #128
WS #129
Update on Coeliac Disease - Changes to the
MPS Medicolegal
My Approach to
Immunisation -
Nonpigmented Skin
1630-1650
ESPGHAN Guidelines
Forum- Risks and
Managing Back
Current Issues and
Cancers to Watch
Michael Schultz
Outcomes: How to
Pain in Primary Care
New Directions
Out For
Protect Yourself
Update on HBV and HCV
1650-1710
Steven Johnson
Samantha King,
Tim Cookson
Nikki Turner,
Implementing the NICE Guidelines for
Chris Milne
David Featherstone
Matthew Strack
(Not Repeated)
1710-1730
Reflux in Primary Care
Gary Lim
Repeated Sessions
IBD in Special Situations - Pregnancy and Travelling
WS #137
WS #138
WS #139
1730-1750
Kirsten Rosser, Christine Ho
My Approach to
Immunisation -
Nonpigmented Skin
Managing Back Pain
Current Issues and
Cancers to Watch
Approach to Abnormal Liver Function
in Primary Care
New Directions
Out For
1750-1810
Tests and Fatty Liver
Jeffrey Ngu
1815-1830
Panel Discussion
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #130
WS #131
WS #132
WS #133
WS #134
WS #135
WS #136
Adolescent/Young Adult
Predicting Motor
Oral Hints of Systemic
How and Why to
Red Flags for GPs:
Prescribing Medicinal
Improving Medicine
(AYA) Cancer - It’s Rare
Recovery after Stroke -
Disease
Become a Single
Self Harm and Sexual
Cannabis
Compliance
but It’s There
Why and How
Practice
Abuse - What Can
We Do?
Graham Gulbransen,
David Caldicott,
David Porter,
Heidi Watson
Cathy Stinear
Anita Nolan
Leicester Gouwland
Jill McIlraith
Justin SInclair
Jeffrey Garrett
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
WS #140
WS #141
WS #142
WS #143
WS #144
WS #145
WS #146
Adolescent/Young Adult
Predicting Motor
Oral Hints of Systemic
How and Why to
Red Flags for GPs:
Prescribing Medicinal
Improving Medicine
(AYA) Cancer - It’s Rare
Recovery after Stroke -
Disease
Become a Single
Self Harm and Sexual
Cannabis
Compliance
but It’s There
Why and How
Practice
Abuse - What Can
We Do?
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 11th August
0715-0815
Novartis Breakfast Session - 1. An Update on Heart Failure - Associate Professor Gerry Devlin
2. Practical strategies for improving T2D control - Professor Russell Scott
Plenary Session
or Concurrent Sessions
0830-1030
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
WS #147
WS #148
WS #149
Pharmac Session:
Anxiety and Depression -
Vitamin C and Chelation Therapy for
Physician Associates in New Zealand:
0830-0850
Antimicrobial Resistance -
Alternatives to Medication
the Busy GP
Past, Present, Future - Alexandra Kayat, Karl Metzler
Global Threat or Myth?
Ulcers in the Mouth
0850-0910
Bryan Betty to
Anita Nolan
advise end October
Mel Abbott
Tane Taylor
The Future of Fertility
0910-0930
Sarah Wakeman
(Not Repeated)
Repeated Sessions
An Insight into Global Disease Eradification by Vaccination
WS #158
WS #159
0930-0950
David Featherstone
Anxiety and Depression -
Vitamin C and Chelation Therapy for
Alternatives to Medication
the Busy GP
The Changing Information Landscape - Tectonic Drift or
0950-1010
Richter 6.3? - Richard Medlicott
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1010-1030
Discussion Panel
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1300
Plenary Session
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
1100-1125
Choosing Wisely in General Practice - First Do Not Harm?
Derek Sherwood
1125-1150
Language, Respect, Engagement, and Assessment of the Obese Patient
John Dixon
1150-1215
New Genetic Technologies - Are They Relevant from Primary Care?
Stephen Robertson
1215-1240
Citizen Centric Health Service Planning: A New Way
Des Gorman
1240-1300
Discussion panel
1300
Conference Closes
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
(55mins, 8:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #150
WS #151
WS #152
WS #153
WS #154
WS #155
Macular Degeneration
Retirement
Interpreting
Update on
Case Studies in
Examination of
TBA
Planning
Endocrine Tests
Epilepsy
Gastroenterology
Peripheral Joints
Sean Every
Shahrukh Abdali
Geoff Braatvedt
Ian Rosemergy
Michael Schultz
David Porter
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #160
WS #161
WS #162
WS #163
WS #164
WS #165
Macular Degeneration
Retirement
Interpreting
Update on
Case Studies in
Examination of
TBA
Planning
Endocrine Tests
Epilepsy
Gastroenterology
Peripheral Joints
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
PRACTICE MANAGERS PROGRAMME
Friday 9th August
0830-1830
Practice Managers Programme
Chair: Denise McDonald
0815-0915
Managing Your Reputation During A Crisis
Lisa Glass
0915-1030
Happy Staff, Happy Practice- Tools to Lead Your Team to Financial Security
Sue Stewart, Hamish McPhail, Lynda Taylor
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1130
Day to Day Tax Issues
Leicester Gouwland, Amanda Lochhead
1130-1200
A Financial Quiz
Leicester Gouwland, Amanda Lochhead
1200-1300
Small Group Session
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
1400-1500
Business Models and The Need for Change
Shaun Phelan
1500-1600
Health Care Home: What Matters to You Matters to Us
Andrew Miller
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
1630-1730
Medicolegal Update - HDC, Privacy & Beyond
Tim Cookson, Samantha King
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktails
NURSES PROGRAMME
Saturday 10th August
0830-1800
Nurses General Session
Chair: Wendy Risdon
0830-0930
Empowering Your Patients
Mel Abbott
0930-1000
Refugee Health
Jo Williams, Caroline Pye
1000-1030
The Doctor- Nurse Game
Chelsea Willmott
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1140
Some Realities About Vaccination
David Featherstone
1140-1220
Meningococcal Vaccination Issues
Kim Hunter
1220-1300
Cultural Competence TBA
Denise Wilson
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
1400-1440
The Role of Physician Associates- How They Add Value
Alexandra Kayat, Tiffany Hodgson
1430-1455
Issues in Urogynaecology
Michael Stitely
1455-1520
A Practical Approach to STIs for Nurses: Rewards and Pitfalls.
Alison Stewart-Piere
1545-1600
Panel Discussion
1530-1600
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
1600-1630
The Obesity Crisis- What to Do About It?
John Dixon
1630-1655
Key Messages on Managing Children and Adolescents with Obesity
Louise Baur
1655-1720
Ditch the Diet
Mary Rose Spence
1720-1745
Supporting Pregnant Women in Well-being - Using Social Media Platforms for Health Interventions - Helen Gibbs
1745-1800
Panel Discussion