Wellington, NZ | 2-4 May 2019
The NZRA is excited to announce that we will be holding our biennial rehabilitation conference in partnership with the Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) in Wellington, 2019. Building on the World Health Organization's Rehabilitation Strategy to 2030, the theme of this conference will be: "A call for action". We have two excellent speakers coming from the UK: Professor Jonathan Evans and Professor Fiona Jones. In addition, we have as invited speakers the fabulous Dr Matire Harwood (Director pf Tōmaiora, Māori Health Research, Auckland University, Clinical Director of Tamaki Healthcare PHO, and 2017 L'Oréal UNESCO For Women in Science Fellow), Professor Fary Khan (Royal Melbourne Hospital; Melbourne University), and Professor Robyn Tate (University of Sydney).
This conference is kindly sponsored by ACC.
Date: Thursday 13 November 2014
Time: 12.30pm - 5.00pm (includes interactive sessions, time for discussion and also informal networking)
Venue: Chapel - Building 9, Burwood Health Campus, Christchurch
This workshop will explore recent evidence about goal setting, share ideas about some of the difficulties in goal setting practice and how those might be best managed, and look at some new ideas about how we might do it differently (and hopefully better!)
The sessions will be facilitated by William Levack from the University of Otago (Wellington), Nicola Kayes and Kath McPherson from AUT University (Auckland)
Cost: $25.00 (includes afternoon tea)
(Cost also includes membership of the NZRA for 2015 - a $25 fee for membership is being introduced in 2015)
Parking available on site.