Ngā Mihi mō te Wā – happy holidays!
It’s our final newsletter for this year, so we would like to thank everyone for your continued support of the PHARMAC seminars. As we wrap up for 2018 the countdown to 2019 seminars has begun. Check out what’s planned for 2019 below.
Provide your feedback and be in to win!
PHARMAC seminars have been running for 12 years so we’ve got a survey to ask you about what you currently like and seek ideas and suggestions that could help improve the seminars.
All completed surveys received by Friday 11 January 2019 will go in the draw to win one of two free registrations to a seminar of your choice in 2019.
To complete the survey, please click on the link below - it should only take about 5-7 minutes to complete: PHARMAC seminar survey 2019(external link)
We really appreciate your feedback to help make the seminars great for you!
2019 Seminars open for registrations
Registrations are now open for four new seminars. Please note that priority will be given to those who have not previously attended a PHARMAC seminar and to those working in the relevant subject area.
Medicinal cannabinoids: what do primary care need to know? – Friday 15 March
Clinical pharmacology for nurses – Friday 12 April
Addressing health inequity for Tane Maori – Monday 29 April
Maternal mental health and pregnancy complications – Monday 20 May
Watch this space…
More seminars for 2019 will be added as topics and presenters are confirmed…keep a look out on our website at PHARMAC seminars.
We now have a library of 40 seminars available online and you can access them all here.
Since our last update we’ve added a diverse range of topics which include:
Assessing and managing maternity conditions - Dr Janet Rowan covers obesity and GDM, including the NZ GDM guidelines.
HIV update - This seminar also covers sexual health.
Emotional and behavioural disorders, importance of the early years - Covers attachment theory, reflective functioning and ADHD.
Pacific Island health issues in the NZ context - Highlights issues relating to Pacific health, particularly in relation to diabetes and engagement with the Pacific patient group.
Recognition and response to sexual assault and intimate partner violence in primary care - Covers family violence in New Zealand, identifying and responding to IPV in general practice and case-based practical management of adults and adolescents after possible sexual assault.
The Ear, nose and throat (ENT) and Rheumatology update seminars will be added shortly.
From all of us here at PHARMAC, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season and we’re looking forward to bringing you another interesting and stimulating selection of seminars next year.
We look forward to seeing you in 2019!
For more information, contact us on email@example.com.
Ngā mihi nui
Last updated: 9 April 2019