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Thursday 7 July 2016

MasterClasses

9.30am – 5.30 pm at Te Papa


This year you have a choice of three MasterClasses to attend. Commencing at 9.30 am. Influential experts will conduct these sessions, and numbers will be limited, so enrol early to ensure you don’t miss out.
     1. Business
     2. Wound Care
     3. Tendinopathy
For more information visit the MasterClass webpage.


Chairman’s Cocktail Party

6.15pm – 8.15pm at Te Papa


A highlight of every Conference, the opening Cocktail Party will be held at Te Papa in the Exhibition Hall. This is a great way to catch up with your podiatry friends and meet new ones.

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Conference Concept

The theme of the conference is The Patient Journey which will follow a patient who has an extremely complex medical condition - through the initial assessment to the development of a care plan.
The programme is designed to provide delegates with not only a glimpse of how the patient sees the journey, it will be jammed packed with good clinical evidence from a specialist multi-disciplinary team. These experts will provide diverse insights on the complex issues of patient and practitioner management.

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PodiatryNZ reserves the right to make changes to the programme. 

 

CONFERENCE DINNER

6.30pm – 10.30pm at Mac's Function Centre


Time to relax and unwind. Wellington’s funkiest band Garage Latino will play Latin-American rhythms: cumbia, merengue and salsa. Bring your dancing shoes!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. David (Rawiri) Jansen

David is Ngāti Raukawa and was formerly a resource teacher of Māori studies and language in the Hawkes Bay before he completed his training as a medical practitioner at Middlemore Hospital in South Auckland.

 

David’s main focus is running clinical teaching, Te Reo and Tikanga Māori programmes for Māori health professionals throughout the country. He is also Chairman of Te Ataarangi Educational Trust. David has also published a phrase book of Māori medical terms which was released in February 2006 as a resource for the Māori health sector.


He is currently a General Practitioner in Central Auckland, and Lecturer at the University of Auckland School of Medicine and Health Sciences. David is also Chairperson of Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa, the Maori Medical Practitioners Association of Aotearoa and a member of Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.
David is currently the Medical Director of the Hauora Maori Coalition and also works as a General Practitioner in Auckland.

 
 
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