NZ Pain Society Conference

This year’s conference is in Rotorua in July. Take a look at these speakers!

There is Professor Michael Chester Director of the National Refractory Angina Centre, Consultant Cardiologist Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust. Professor of Rehabilitation and Preventive Health Education, Liverpool Hope University.

Lorimer Moseley, knownfor his work on motor imagery in complex regional pain syndrome, Senior Research Fellow, Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute, Randwick, Australia.

And Michael Nicholas, Clinical Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney, Anaesthesia and Pain Management, Department of Anaesthesia.

Go here for more details, and the preliminary version of the programme.

If you’re not from New Zealand – Rotorua has to be seen and experienced! It’s a beautiful location, New Zealand’s largest geothermal region with both excitement and relaxation all within a very small area.

This is a great website to learn about Rotorua

These are the Rotorua Museum Buildings

And the mud pools are a feature, along with geysers and hot pools.

A very beautiful part of the world.

Don’t forget, if you’re an occupational therapist, the occupational therapy pain meeting is planned for Thursday 23 July, from 3.30 – 6.30pm with an informal dinner out together afterwards.  To register for this head here

There are some grants available from the NZ Pain Society, but costs of the Conference are pretty reasonable anyway (if you register before 12 June, it’s $545 for non-NZ Pain Society members).

I hope to see you there!