NZMA, New Zealand Medical Association, Rotorua
 

"South 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.

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

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 16th 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.
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WS #2
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Basic Surgical
Diabetes - Basic
Dermoscopy Part 1
Skills Course
0830-1030
Rebecca Stack,
Helen Lunt,
Mairi Clare Ferguson
Dylan James
Rab Burtun
Supported by Sanofi
1030-1100
Morning Tea
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #7
WS #8
WS #9
Advanced Surgical
Diabetes Basics
Dermoscopy Part 2
Skills Course
(Repeated)
1100-1300
Rebecca Stack,
Helen Lunt,
Mairi Clare Ferguson
Dylan James
Rab Burtun
Supported by Sanofi
1300-1400
Lunch
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #12
WS #13
WS #14
Pain
Insulin Masterclass
Dermoscopy Part 1
Symposium
- Advanced
(Repeated)
1400-1600
Chris Hoffman,
Helen Lunt,
Amanda Oakley
Chris Gregg
Rab Burtun
Wei Chung Tong,
John Moffat
Supported by Sanofi
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea
Please note: workshop content is repeated, not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
WS #17
WS #18
WS #19
Pain Symposium
Insulin Masterclass - Advanced
Dermoscopy Part 2
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1630-1830
Chris Hoffman,
Helen Lunt,
Amanda Oakley
Chris Gregg
Rab Burtun
Wei Chung Tong,
John Moffat
Supported by Sanofi
1900-2330
Dinner own arrangements
PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Thursday 16th August
Please note: workshop content is repeated,not part 1 and 2 unless stated otherwise.
Some workshops have a maximum number of attendees.
WS #4
WS #5
WS #6
Women’s Health 101
Sleep Disorders
NZRC CORE Advanced
Contraception/Vaginal Bleeding
and Use of CPAP
“With Exam / Assessment”
Practical Hands On Session
0830-1030
(8 hours including written exam) - $530
Helen Paterson
Alex Bartle
(includes ACLS Manual)
Bryn Sparks
This course has been endorsed by The 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 Advanced
1030-1100
Morning Teaand Exhibition
Rescuers” manual in order to successfully
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 Matters
WS #10
WS
#11
(may be obtained online through Conference
Women’s Health 101
Sleep Disorders
Matters or directly online through the NZRC
Contraception/Vaginal Bleeding
and Use of CPAP
website)
Practical Hands On Session
(Repeated)
The course covers and includes:
(Repeated)
(Pre-course reading purchased by yourself -
1100-1300
in advance to prepare for the written test)
Alex Bartle
Helen Paterson
Bryn Sparks
Basic Life Support (Adult, child and baby
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
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WS
#16
A compulsory multi choice test and skills
The Cause and
Practical Patient
evaluation of airway management, safety
Cure of Anxiety
Testing On The Spot
using a defibrillator and cardiac rhythms
This is a NZRC CORE Advanced course
(previously Level 7) Approved (8 hrs) course
1400-1600
run by Jason Burns (NZRC Instructor CORE
Geoff Herd,
Pat McCarthy
Advanced & Immediate, NZDA Approved
Instructor, RNZCGP 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 of their scope
of practice. It is expected that students will
already have the skills and knowledge
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
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 #20
WS
#21
least 4 hours.
The Cause and
Practical Patient
You are expected to access resources at
Cure of Anxiety
Testing On The Spot
your disposal.
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Examples of suitable texts may include:
PRIME course material on resuscitation
1630-1830
Pat McCarthy
Geoff Herd,
NZRC Resuscitation - “A Guide for
Advanced Rescuers” manual in order to
successfully complete the NZRC written
test. The recommended pre-reading time is
3 weeks prior.
1900-2330
Dinner own arrangements
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 17th August
0700-0755
Breakfast Session: Treatment Injury: When to Lodge a Claim, Surgical Mesh-related Claim Insights, (and everything in-between) - Peter Robinson
0800-1030
Plenary Session
0800-0820
The Brain Is Not Designed For Thinking - What Do We Do Instead?
0820-0840
Artifical Intelligence - Threat or Saviour?
0840-0900
PCOS - Not Just a Reproductive Disorder
0900-0920
Changing Sexual Practices and Oropharyngeal Cancer
0920-0940
Equally Well
0940-1000
A Salutary Tale of Employee Theft - Beware
1000-1030
Discussion Panel
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1300
NZMA Forum - “The Digital Future”
1100-1110
Welcome - NZMA Chairman - Dr Kate Baddock
1110-1130
Cuisine Medicine - Dr Mathew Valentine
1130-1150
Big Data - Useful or Useless in Health - Leigh Donoghue
1150-1210
Things that matter – The Human Side of Medicine - Dr Stephen Child
1210-1240
Minister of Health - Hon Dr David Clark
1240-1300
Panel Discussion
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Genomics
or Concurrent Sessions
1400-1600
Chair: Justin O’Sullivan
WS #26
WS #27
WS #28
Precision Medicine - Why It Will Work From a Genome
1400-1415
A Lump in My
Conversations About
Delivering Travel Medicine
Biology Perspective - Justin O’Sullivan
Throat Doc?
Psychotropic Prescribing
in General Practice
Direct to the Consumer Genetics in Primary Care
1415-1430
Andrea Bates, Bruce
Joan Ingram,
- An Approach - Stephen Robertson
Angela Butler
Arroll, David Menkes
Robert Bester
The Preimplantation Genetic Screening Dilemma
1430-1445
Dean Morbeck
The Evolving Face of Clinical Genetics
Repeated Sessions
1445-1500
Patrick Yap
Genomic Medicine - How Hard Can It Be ?
WS #36
WS #37
WS #38
1500-1515
Cris Print
A Lump in My
Conversations About
Delivering Travel Medicine
Precision Medicine in Primary Care - How Will This Happen?
Throat Doc?
Psychotropic Prescribing
in General Practice
1515-1530
Tony Merriman
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1530-1600
Discussion
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Diabetes Symposium
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1830
Chair: Brandon Walker
WS #46
WS #47
WS #48
Managing Lower Limb
A Good Resource for
Mycoplasma Genitalium
What Support is Available for Patients and Caregivers in NZ?
Fractures and
Arthritis Patients
- The New Black
1630-1655
Deb Connor
Dislocations
Jan Armstrong,
Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes
Gary Hooper,
Dave Cox
Ed Coughlan
1655-1720
Jonathan Shaar
Rod Jackson
The Changing Face of Diabetes
Repeated Sessions
1720-1745
Jeremy Krebs
WS #56
WS #57
WS #58
Managing Lower Limb
A Good Resource for
Mycoplasma Genitalium
What Can New Agents Offer Us?
Fractures and
Arthritis Patients
- the New Black
1745-1810
Brandon Orr-Walker
Dislocations
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1810-1830
Discussion
1830-1930
Welcome Cocktails
1930-2130
Endometriosis NZ Symposium:
New Approaches in the Management of Your Patients with Dysmenorrhoea
MAIN PROGRAMME
Friday 17th August
Chair: Peter Robinson
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
Bruce Arroll
Matthew Valentine
Anna Fenton
Angela Butler
Helen Lockett, Andrea Bates
Tim Bevin
Chair: Jan White
Kate Baddock
Mathew Valentine
Leigh Donoghue
Stephen Child
Hon David Clark
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #29
WS #30
WS #31
WS #32
WS #33
Medtech User Group
Sudden Sensorineural Hearing
Menopausal Hormone
Musculoskeletal MRI for GPs - What's the Catch?
Managing Melanoma
Loss and Management of
Replacement Therapy 101
Guidelines and Controversies
Single Sided Deafness
Chrissie Patterson
Melissa Babbage
Anna Fenton
Steve Karas, Margaret Macky
Matthew Strack
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #39
WS #40
WS #41
WS #42
WS #43
Medtech User Group
Sudden Sensorineural Hearing
Menopausal Hormone
Musculoskeletal MRI for GPs - What's the Catch?
Managing Melanoma
Loss and Management of
Replacement Therapy 101
Guidelines and Controversies
Single Sided Deafness
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #49
WS #50
WS #51
WS #52
WS #53
The Adolescent Brain
Non-clinical Digital Tools to
Delirium, Falls, Fractures and
General Practice and The Fu-
Medicolegal Forum
Help Organise Life for Busy
Osteoporosis
ture: Getting Ready for Life 3.0
- Case Discussions
Professionals
John Bulow,
(Supported by MAS)
(Supported by Medicus)
Hywel Lloyd
Matthew Valentine
John Thwaites
(120mins, not repeated)
(120mins, not repeated)
Stephanie Pride
Duncan McGill
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
WS #59
WS #60
WS #61
The Adolescent Brain
Non-clinical Digital Tools to
Delirium, Falls, Fractures and
Help Organise Life for Busy
Osteoporosis
Professionals
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
a and Endometriosis - Hana O’Regan, Michael East, Janene Brown, Deborah Bush
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 18th August
0700-0755
Breakfast Session 1:
1. Hepatitis C - How to Find and Treat - 2. Don’t Delay Diagnosing Spondyloarthritis - Catherine Stedman, Daniel Ching
0700-0755
Breakfast Session 2:Asthma/Severe Asthma and Bronchiectasis - Dr Richard Laing
Plenary Session: Fertility 5 to 50; The Hard Questions
or Concurrent Sessions
0830-1030
Chair: TBA
WS #64
WS #65
WS #66
When Kids Have Cancer
0800-0820
Understanding the
Genetics in Primary Care -
Interpreting ECGs
Sarah Wakeman
Relationship Between
What Do I Need To Know?
When Puberty is PCO
Hearing Loss and
0820-0840
Catherine Conway
Dementia
Duncan Hann
Stephen Robertson
Hamid Ikram
Modern Fertility - Social Changes Impacting Fertility
0840-0900
Sarah Wakeman
Fertile but Rogue Genes
Repeated Sessions
0900-0920
Dean Morbeck
WS #74
WS #75
WS #76
When to Worry and When to Act?
0920-0940
Understanding the
Genetics in Primary Care -
Interpreting ECGs
Sarah Wakeman
Relationship Between
What Do I Need To Know?
Reducing the Barriers to Accessing Fertility Treatments
Hearing Loss and
0940-1000
Michelle Bailey
Dementia
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1000-1030
Panel Discussion
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
Plenary Session: Eye Disease
or Concurrent Sessions
1100-1300
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
The Recurrent Red Eye
WS #84
WS #85
WS #86
1100-1115
Rebecca Stack
An Open Discussion on
A Toolbox for Optimal
The Pitfalls of Second
Flashers and Floaters
Genomics in Medicine:
Patient Service
Opinions
1115-1130
Jim Borthwick
When, Where, and How
Visual Problems in Primary School Children
Justin O’Sullivan,
1130-1145
Antony Bedggood
Cris Print
Leicester Gouwland
David Bratt
Ocular Surface Foreign Bodies
1145-1200
John Rawstron
Repeated Sessions
How You Can Find Undiagnosed Glaucoma Patients
1200-1215
Allan Simpson
WS #95
WS #96
WS #97
Visual Migraines to be Worried About
An Open Discussion on
A Toolbox for Optimal
The Pitfalls of Second
1215-1230
Joanne Pon
Genomics in Medicine:
Patient Service
Opinions
What's New With Macular Degeneration?
When, Where, and How
1230-1245
Sean Every
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1245-1300
Panel Discussion
1300-1400
Lunch and Exhibition
or Concurrent Sessions
Plenary Session: Recognising and Managing Addiction
1400-1600
in Your Practice Chair: Tim Bevin
WS #105
WS #106
WS #107
Introduction
Appropriate Use of
The Impact of the
Coping With An
1400-1405
Tim Bevin
Antibiotics in General
New CVD Guidelines in
Aging Brain
Practice
Your Practice
Alcohol and Recreational Drugs
1405-1415
Doug Sellman
Food Addicts and Smokers
1415-1425
Joshua Freeman,
Gerry Devlin,
John Bulow,
Doug Sellman
Sarah Metcalf
Joan Leighton
Hywel Lloyd
Controlled Prescription Drugs
1425-1435
Alistair Dunn
Gambling
1435-1445
Bridgette Thornley
Repeated Sessions
Internet Gaming (and Social Media)
1445-1455
WS #115
WS #116
WS #117
James Driver
Appropriate Use of
The Impact of the
Coping With An
Pornography
1455-1505
Antibiotics in General
New CVD Guidelines in
Aging Brain
Simon Adamson
Practice
Your Practice
Exercise and Extreme Sports Addiction
1505-1515
Jenny Jordan
How to Detect Substance Abuse Right Under Your Nose
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1515-1525
Geoff Herd
1525-1600
Panel Discussion
1600-1630
Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 18th August
Chair: TBA
Chair: TBA
(55mins, 08:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #67
WS #68
WS #69
WS #70
WS #71
WS #72
Paediatric OSA - When to
Case Studies in Travel
Sorting Out the Bugs
Implementing Patient
Bio-Identical Hormone
A Good Resource for
Refer and Why?
Medicine
Portals and Video
Therapy - Fact or Fiction
Arthritis Patients
Consults
Joan Ingram,
Samuel Greig
Robert Bester
Rosemary Ikram
Sanjeewa Samaraweera
Anna Fenton
Dave Cox
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #77
WS #78
WS #79
WS #80
WS #81
WS #82
Paediatric OSA - When to
Case Studies in Travel
Sorting Out the Bugs
Implementing Patient
Bio-Identical Hormone
A Good Resource for
Refer and Why?
Medicine
Portals and Video
Therapy - Fact or Fiction
Arthritis Patients
Consults
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 11:00am-11:55am repeated at 12:05pm)
WS #87
WS #88
WS #89
WS #90
WS #91
WS #92
Metabolic Monitoring on
Hot Tips in
Haematology TBA
Rosacea Can Be Tricky
The Role of the Sympathetic
Getting HIV to Zero
Anti-psychotic Medication
Rheumatology
- Treatment Options
Nervous System in Insom-
- The Role of PrEP and
nia, Anxiety and Depression
Testing
Jocy Wood
Daniel Ching
Nigel Patton
Matthew Strack
Giresh Kanji
Ed Coughlan
(55mins, 12:05pm-1:00pm)
WS #98
WS #99
WS #100
WS #101
WS #102
WS #103
Metabolic Monitoring on
Hot Tips in
Haematology TBA
Rosacea Can Be Tricky
The Role of the Sympathetic
Getting HIV to Zero
Anti-psychotic Medication
Rheumatology
- Treatment Options
Nervous System in Insom-
- The Role of PrEP and
nia, Anxiety and Depression
Testing
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(55mins, 2:00pm-2:55pm repeated at 3:05pm)
WS #108
WS #109
WS #110
WS #111
WS #112
WS #113
The Kidney Test
Focussed Acceptance
Cultural
Towards Precision
What You Need to Know
New Trends in Treating
When To Test and When to
and Commitment
Competence
Medicine in Asthma
re Modern Cardiac
Type 2 Diabetes
Refer (and When Not To)
Therapy
- Treatable Traits
Imaging
Andrew Howie,
Suetonia Palmer
Bruce Arroll
Tahana
Richard Beasley
Ross Keenan,
Bryan Betty
Waipouri-Voykovic
Clare Stevens
(55mins, 3:05pm-4:00pm)
WS #118
WS #119
WS #120
WS #121
WS #122
WS #123
The Kidney Test
Focussed Acceptance
Cultural
Towards Precision
What You Need to Know
New Trends in Treating
When To Test and When to
and Commitment
Competence
Medicine in Asthma
re Modern Cardiac
Type 2 Diabetes
Refer (and When Not To)
Therapy
- Treatable Traits
Imaging
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 18th August
Plenary Session: Paediatrics
or Concurrent Sessions
1630-1800
Chair: Jocy Wood
WS #125
WS #126
WS #127
Vaccination Revisited - The Pros and Cons
1630-1640
Everything GPs Should
Diagnosis and Managing
Managing Home Dialysis
Tony Walls
Know About
Somatising Patients in
Patients in the Community
Genetics Matters
Gynaecologists
the 15min Consultation
1640-1650
Kate Gibson
John Short
Brett Mann
David McGregor
Things That Mimic Epilepsy
1650-1700
Paul Shillito
Traps Diagnosing Appendicitis in Children
1700-1710
Spencer Beasley/Kiki Maoate
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Repeated Sessions
1710-1720
Carin Canaghan
WS #135
WS #136
WS #137
Topic to be confirmed
1720-1730
Everything GPs Should
Diagnosis and Managing
Managing Home Dialysis
Speaker to be confirmed
Know About
Somatising Patients in
Patients in the Community
Sight Threatening Issues in Kids
Gynaecologists
the 15min Consultation
1730-1740
Antony Beddggood
Diets
1740-1750
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Fiona Leighton
1750-1800
Panel Discussion
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 19th August
0715-0815
Novartis Breakfast Session - An Update in Heart Failure - Richard Troughton
or Concurrent Sessions
Plenary Session
0830-1030
Chair: Graeme Whittaker
WS #139
WS #140
WS #141
Experiences using Keratin
Confessions of a Medical
Prescribing Beating
Pandemic Resistance Genes:
Based Products and the
Adviser for MPS - the
the Blues
0830-0855
How Should GPs in NZ Respond?
Effects on Healing
Effect on My Practice
Joshua Freeman
Sharon Cassidy
Lucy Gibberd
Sanjeewa Samaraweera
Incidentalomas
0855-0920
Adrian Balasingam
Conversations with the Elderly
0920-0945
John Bulow
WS #149
WS #150
WS #151
Experiences using Keratin
Confessions of a Medical
Prescribing Beating
Circadian Sleep Disorders
Based Products and the
Adviser for MPS - the
the Blues
0945-1010
Alex Bartle
Effects on Healing
Effect on My Practice
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
1010-1030
Discussion Panel
1030-1100
Morning Tea and Exhibition
1100-1300
Plenary Session
1100-1120
The New Adult Asthma Guidelines
1120-1140
Child and Adolescent Asthma Guidelines
1140-1200
Who Pays For What?
1200-1230
Reflections on a Career in Geriatric Medicine
1230-1300
Has Diet Got Any Place in the Management of Cardiac Conditions?
1300
Conference Closes
MAIN PROGRAMME
Saturday 18th August
(55mins, 4:30pm-5:25pm repeated at 5:35pm)
WS #128
WS #129
WS #130
WS #131
WS #132
WS #133
Injuries From a Forensic
What’s Up With Bowel
Adolescent and Children’s
Case Studies in Children
Managing Haemopoetic
The Future of Health
Viewpoint
Cancer Screening in
Sleep Disorders
with Asthma and Wheeze
Disease in the
ie Tomorrow!
2018?
Community
Jack Drummond
Teresa Chalmers-Watson
Alex Bartle
David McNamara
Emma-Jane McDonald,
Stephen Child
Helen McDermott
(55mins, 5:35pm-6:30pm)
WS #138
WS #139
WS #140
WS #141
WS #142
WS #143
Injuries From a Forensic
What’s Up With Bowel
Adolescent and Children’s
Case Studies in Children
Managing Haemopoetic
The Future of Health
Viewpoint
Cancer Screening in
Sleep Disorders
with Asthma and Wheeze
Disease in the
ie Tomorrow!
2018?
Community
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
MAIN PROGRAMME
Sunday 19th August
Chair: TBA
(55mins, 8:30am-9:25am repeated at 9:35am)
WS #142
WS #143
WS #144
WS #145
WS #146
WS #147
ENT Case Studies -
Kiwisaver - The Key
Polypharmacy -
The Biomechanics and
Management Options for
The Bottom Line: Tackling
Decision Making in
Benefits for your
Prescribing for the Elderly
Physiology of Cervical
MultiMorbidity
the Problem of Prescribed
General Practice
Financial Health
and Lumbar Spine Pain
Drug Addiction
Tom Kuruvilla
Lance Dawber-Ashley
Hamish Jamieson
Giresh Kanji
Carol Atmore
Alistair Dunn
(55mins, 9:35am-10:30am)
WS #152
WS #153
WS #154
WS #155
WS #156
WS #157
ENT Case Studies -
Kiwisaver - The Key
Polypharmacy -
The Biomechanics and
Management Options for
The Bottom Line: Tackling
Decision Making in
Benefits for your
Prescribing for the Elderly
Physiology of Cervical
MultiMorbidity
the Problem of Prescribed
General Practice
Financial Health
and Lumbar Spine Pain
Drug Addiction
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
(Repeated)
Chair: Peter Chapman-Smith
Richard Beasley
David McNamara
David Bratt
Richard Sainsbury
Hamid Ikram