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
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)
Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian & New Zealand Society of Geriatric Medicine 2017
Hosted by the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, this year's conference theme is: brain health for better life outcomes.
Organised by MelNet with support from the Health Promotion Agency.
Health and Wellbeing seminar for GPs, Nurse Practitioners, Primary Care Nurses and other members of the Primary Health Team
This seminar will focus on assessments, challenges and changes to management in the neonate.
A two-day conference for GPs held in Wellington.
Local and international speakers give presentations on a range of medical topics.
Up-to-the-minute research on women's health topics ranging from osteoporosis to HRT.
Bladder refresher and prostate refresher.
Presented by Dr Chris Cederwall, Gastroenterologist
Featuring a Q+A session with the Minister of Health Jonathan Coleman.
CME event on health care for international and returning travelers.
CME workshop to review evidence in food allergy prevention and treatment.
2017 Annual Conference in Rarotonga and Aitutaki
An update on the diagnosis and current recommendations for behavioural treatment of insomnia.
Hosted by Acurity Health, this event is CME endorsed (2.0 credits).
A self-care workshop for GPs, hosted as a pre-conference event for GP17.
Including the annual Quality Symposium.
This clinical densitometry course is hosted by Osteoporosis NZ in partnership with the Australia and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society.
Presented by Wakefield Heart Centre cardiologists.
Presented by Dr Lupe Taumoepeau and Mr JK Wicks, Vascular and Endovascular Surgeons.
Dinner and drinks AGM with speaker Kate de Goldi.
For generalist doctors in rural hospitals or rural general practice
WONCA Europe conferences have become the most influential events for general practitioners from Europe and elsewhere contributing to global awareness of the latest clinical primary care strategies and to the development of professional issues.