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Te Papa Tongarewa
55 Cable Street
18 National Circuit
Ellerslie Events Centre
100 Ascot Avenue
"The untapped potential of DNA to personalise your healthcare and extend your life"
Distinction Hotel & Conference Centre
390 Fenton Street, Glenholme
University of Sydney
Abercrombie Building (H70)
Corner of Abercrombie Street and Codrington Street
This forum is for anyone with an interest in medical education at all career stages, including clinical supervisors, junior doctors, medical students, medical educators and researchers.
Tūranga Central Library
60 Cathedral Square
The ultimate goal of this symposium is to better understand New Zealand’s responses to the pandemic and provide practical advice to support wellbeing during and in the wake of the pandemic.
Room 5C17, Level C, Block 5, Massey University Wellington campus
Wallace Street, Mount Cook
Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa
55 Cable Street
University of Otago, Wellington
23A Mein Street
Gold Coast Convention Centre
2684 -2690 Gold Coast Highway
Auckland City Hospital
2 Park Road, Grafton
There are 24 courses on offer, including 12 new topics on a range of important areas from COVID-19 to zero carbon building to countering disinformation and more.
AUT City Campus, Sir Paul Reeves Building
35 Wellesley Street East
This symposium will include scientific presentation and debate of the highest level and will attract a wide variety of trauma practitioners from across New Zealand.
Wharewaka Function Centre
2 Taranaki Street
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua
230 Kupe Street
SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre
88 Federal Street
Christchurch | New Zealand
Hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association
Theme: Trauma and recovery
The Christchurch Town Hall
86 Kilmore Street
Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua
1000 Eruera Street
University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Building, Room 503-024
85 Park Road, Grafton
University of Otago, Room 033/036, Adams Building, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine
18 Frederick Street
The theme for the Inaugural SING Indigenous Genomics Conference is 'Indigenous Partnerships in Genomic Science'. It will comprise talks primarily of indigenous speakers connected to the SING networks based in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
University of Waikato
Gate 1, Knighton Road
Theme: Addressing health service inequities to improve health system performance
Corner Princes Street and, Waterloo Quadrant
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