Amokura Gallery, Te Papa Tongarewa
AMRF Auditorium, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
ANZ Viaduct Events Centre
ASB Sports Centre
AUT City Campus
Brentwood Hotel Wellington
Commodore Airport Hotel
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Ellerslie Event Centre
Ellerslie Events Centre
Energy Events Centre
Holiday Inn Hotel
International Convention Centre
Marlborough Convention Centre
Michael Fowler Centre
Nordmeyer Theatre | University of Otago
Royal International Convention Centre
SKYCITY CONVENTION CENTRE
Sorento in the Park
St Margaret’s College
St Margaret’s College | University of Otago
Sudima Hotel Auckland Airport
SURFERS PARADISE MARRIOTT
The Hilton Hotel
University of Auckland
Vodafone Events Centre
Rotorua GP CME 2018 will be held, in conjunction with the NZMA, at the Energy Events Centre, Rotorua 07-10 June 2018. The programme provides a general practice update, with short, sharp
Rotorua GP CME 2018 will be held, in conjunction with the NZMA, at the Energy Events Centre, Rotorua 07-10 June 2018.
The programme provides a general practice update, with short, sharp and to the point clinical content, including key take home messages to change practice behaviour immediately.
Contact Leon Olsen at Conference Matters or call 021 164 3815 for further details.
7 (Thursday) 8:00 am - 10 (Sunday) 6:00 pm
Energy Events Centre
Free Public Lecture: Improved Cancer Treatment: A Scientific-Medical-Patient Collaboration When: Wednesday, 13 June 7:00pm - 8:30pm Where: AMRF Lecture Theatre, Level 0, Building 505, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, The University
Free Public Lecture: Improved Cancer Treatment: A Scientific-Medical-Patient Collaboration
When: Wednesday, 13 June 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where: AMRF Lecture Theatre, Level 0, Building 505, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, The University of Auckland, 85 Park Road, Grafton, Auckland
• Boosting Our Immune System to Fight Cancer with Prof Lai-Ming Ching
• Genomics for Cancer Patients with Prof Cristin Print
• Cancer Patients Benefit Cancer Research with Dist Prof Bruce Baguley
• Personalised Cancer Medicine with Prof Mark McKeage
• Strengthening Family Carers with Prof Merryn Gott
• Chairs: Professor Michael Findlay and Mr John Loof, Chief Executive of Cancer Society Auckland Northland.
Cancer treatment continually improves as new drugs seek to exploit consistent differences between cancer cells and normal cells, a process greatly aided by our increasing understanding of patient and cancer genetics, and of the complex interactions between cancers and the body’s immune system.
This information is increasingly allowing the development by clinicians of personalised therapies for individuals. Patients also have vital active roles to play, including donating tissue samples for research and in working with researchers to develop better family and whānau support.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
University of Auckland
85 Park Road Grafton Medical School
Auckland Medical Research Foundation
On behalf of our local Organising Committee we take great pleasure in inviting you to the CSANZ New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 to be held at the Airforce Museum,
On behalf of our local Organising Committee we take great pleasure in inviting you to the CSANZ New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 to be held at the Airforce Museum, Christchurch, from Thursday 14 to Saturday 16 June 2018.
The theme of the Meeting is “Showcasing the Best from Christchurch” . The program will feature renowned international, national and local speakers, who will share their experience and insights, and debate the dilemmas in Clinical Cardiology that we face in daily practice. The sessions aim to be interactive, focusing on pathophysiology as well as innovation. The program highlights the prestigious Young Investigator award which is fought out by researchers from leading hospitals throughout New Zealand. There will be oral presentations of original research, affiliates abstract prize, and a new featured moderated oral poster presentation format. We are also introducing a new Structural Heart Symposium run by David Smyth on the Thursday with an in-depth look at the latest developments and controversies in this rapidly changing field. In addition, the fantastic social events will showcase some of Christchurch’s most iconic venues, old and new, in the new forward-looking 21st Century Christchurch.
14 (Thursday) 8:00 am - 16 (Saturday) 5:00 pm