Come and join us in Rotorua, 17-19 September 2021, to participate in a national hui to discuss, debate, and share knowledge about rehabilitation in Aotearoa.
We are excited to invite you to a conference where there will be significant kōrero on the place of rehabilitation in creating solutions to inequity in our health sector. Like our previous highly successful national events, this conference will provide an opportunity to learn from locally grown world leaders in rehabilitation research and clinical practice. In addition, our conference will provide opportunities to learn from and discuss grassroots innovations in clinical practice and to engage in debate about what needs to happen in the rehabilitation sector to provide better, more responsive services to our communities.
The tohu (logo) for our conference was created to capture the kōrero we want to create through this conference. It represents growth, development, commitment, courage; a bringing together of ideas and an opening up of spaces for dialogue. We invite you to join us to take up this opportunity and challenge, to share your ideas and learn from others.
So save the date! And then head to the conference website to register your interest and keep updated....
Nau mai, haere mai!
Welcome to the NZRA website. Here you can:
Rehabilitation resources and guidance during Covid-19This Covid-19 Resource contains links to a wealth of resources relevant to rehabilitation services and practitioners in the context of Covid-19.
Note: resources available at each link have not been subject to peer review by the New Zealand Rehabilitation Association, though they are resources and information made available by reputable professional bodies and other health or government organisations. This document is not intended to be exhaustive and is a living document. If there are other sources of publicly available information you think would be of value to rehabilitation professionals in New Zealand that we can add to this, then please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can update the document.