8-10th September 2017 ------ NOTE: Earlybird rate closed ------
NOTE: Due to Venue capacity, seats will be limited, and once sold out, registration will close.
There are now limited seats left
Programme Link: The Injured Athlete - Timetable
Location: SKYCITY Auckland
Corner Victoria and Federal Street, Auckland
Speakers include Ben Cunningham, Louise Johnson, Graeme White, Dr Mark Fulcher, Dr Dan Exeter and many more...
Conference will start at 8am Friday and finish at 5pm on Sunday
Prices for the conference:
Earlybird HTNZ Members/affiliates $550 (closed 16/6/17)
Late HTNZ members/affiliates $600
Non members $650
Day rate $250
2. Cancellations received in writing between 1st August, 2017 and 31st August, 2017 will be refunded less a $50 administration free and $30 of printing costs ($80 total)
3. Cancellations received from the 1st September will not be eligible for a refund
Ben Cunningham will be running pre and post conference full day workshops.
Details in flyers posted above.
Rates and directions to Skycity car parks can be obtained from the SKYCITY Website: http://www.skycityauckland.co.nz/About-Us/Carparking/Car-Parking-Rates.html
Conference Dinner details:
9 Durham Lane, Auckland 1010
7pm - 11pm
Accommodation links for SKYCITY hotels:
SKYCITY Grand Hotel
‘Fit to Play’ The Injured Athlete – CALL FOR PAPERS
8-10th September, 2017
The conference committee is now inviting delegates to present their research at the HTNZ conference. If you are looking for an opportunity to present your research in front of your peers, then the conference is the time to do it! We are calling for papers and poster presentations to be submitted by Friday, 23rd of July, 2017. Posters and papers do not need to be directly linked to the theme.
There will be an opportunity to present on Sunday 10th September in 5-15minute timeslots.
Alternatively these can be found in the members section for HTNZ members.
Please send abstracts for printing and other information to
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The hand is an amazingly complex and intricate instrument. As a primary means
by which people manipulate things in the environment the hand and upper limb
are prone to damage and injury. Function follows form. As such any underlying
pathology of the hand or injury can have a major impact on a person’s ability to
interact within their environment or to engage in their occupations of choice.
This paper offers physiotherapy and occupational therapy practitioners the
opportunity to explore a wide range of hand and upper limb problems and to
learn from expert clinicians and each other how to assess and manage some of
the common hand injuries and impairments.
The paper is a full year enrolment and runs through semesters one and two. In
2017 this begins on the 6th March. There are three on-campus weekends when
you will need to come to Auckland. Dates for 2017 are 6-9th April, 5-9th July and
20th -23rd September. In between these on-site block courses you study
extramurally with readings, online discussion and assignment preparation.
@Therapy are running the basic and advanced workshops this year and planning some others.
We are also helping Alison with a paediatric workshop alongside the conference.Contact: for more details.
IFSSH Past-President, Ulrich Mennen, is proud to bring you the IFSSH
Ezine, a digital publication available to the global Hand Surgery and
Hand Therapy communities free of charge. It has been established with
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To contribute to the IFSSH Ezine, please email the Editor: .