AAAHP Inaugural Conference 14-16 October 2016
The AOTP is proud to announce our Annual Education Evening on 2 June 2016.
Venue: St John of God Hospital, Murdoch
Cost: AOTP Members free, Non Members $70. All AAAHP Members who register and pay for this event, please send your receipts to the AAAHP Treasurer for a full refund.
Register your interest now to ensure adequate catering: - email@example.com
Please click here to download the event flyer. Event program to follow shortly.
Annual registration fees can paid at the venue or online before the event.
2017 Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific Meeting
Adelaide Convention Centre, SA, Australia
Date: 9 – 12 April 2017
The APS ASM is the only multidisciplinary conference in Australia offering insights into the complex nature of pain management from a variety of medical, nursing and allied health perspectives. With an overriding theme of "Expanding Horizons”, APS 2017 will provide an extensive program including pre-conference workshops, international keynote speakers, national speakers and topical sessions.
From an international perspective, we have been fortunate enough to secure three impressive speakers: Professor Stephen Hunt from University College, London; Professor Judith Turner from the University of Washington and Dr Sean Mackay from Stanford University. Their combined knowledge spans molecular biology, neural plasticity, psychological therapies, body-behaviour-environment links, issues associated with opioid therapy and contemporary approaches to outcome assessment (just to name a few areas). They will be joined by a range of local and national speakers who will provide a diverse look at all things pain related.
NZATS Conference 27-30 October 2016
The New Zealand Anaesthetic Technicians’ Society (NZATS) Annual Conference
Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 October 2016
The NZATS Training and Development Meeting: Thursday 27 October.
The focus of the program will be an exciting range of hands-on workshops as well as the usual array of lectures. For more information visit www.atimetoplay.co.nz.