The College will list CME-endorsed events and those from organisations affiliated to the College in ePulse and on the website for free. Non CME-endorsed events can also be listed at a cost of $270+GST.
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Oxford Women's Health hosts a series of CME Endorsed events throughout 2017.
New Zealand Resuscitation Council Core Immediate Courses and NZRC Core Advanced Courses provided by EmMed and Staying Alive Solutions: Saturday 11 March | Friday 14 July | Saturday 15 July | Friday 24 November | Saturday 25 November
A seminar for perinatal mental health providers. CME-endorsed (6.5 credits).
Core skills for safe practice of skin cancer medicine. CME-endorsed (13.0 credits).
Understand the basics of this skin cancer diagnostic technique. CME-endorsed (12.0 credits)
Including the annual Quality Symposium.
Hosted by Otago University
Presented by Wakefield Heart Centre cardiologists.
Hosted by New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine
An overview of the patient journey with dementia, including end of life care.
Presented by Dr Lupe Taumoepeau and Mr JK Wicks, Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons.
Hypertension and management of lipids in primary care.
2017 Australian & New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine Inc. Annual Conference & AGM.
Organised by the Helensville Birthing Centre
Presented by the Wakefield Heart Centre Cardiologists
Covers three integral stages of insulin pump therapy: pre-pump planning, pump start, and pump follow-up.
Key note speakers Prof. Eli Schwartz and Assoc. Prof. Mike Starr
The changing heart of Auckland
"Sublime to the Ridiculous"
Dinner and drinks AGM with speaker Kate de Goldi.
How the Urologist can help
For generalist doctors in rural hospitals or rural general practice
Hosted by the Northland Faculty
Annual conference hosted by the Nurture Foundation
Endocrine / General Surgery CME Meeting
Practical session in diagnosis techniques
A series of one-day workshops around NZ
Managing allergies in primary care
Organised by Acurity Health Group Ltd
A series of workshops around NZ
Hosted by the Australia and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine
Hips and Knee Update and Diagnosing the Patient with Dual Pathology
Diverse range of speakers all with an interest in human health and well-being from an ancestral perspective.
For GPs with a specific interest in Women’s Health
Annual Scientific Meeting