Welcome to the Concussion - A Changing Culture 2018 Conference, Napier, Hawke’s Bay sponsored by Proactive.
Join us for this exciting educational opportunity for clinicians and those working in or having an interest in Concussion.
With renowned researchers and specialists in their field such as Dr Barry Willer, Professor Ciaran Bolger, Dr Stephen Kara and NZ Rugby's Dr Danielle Salmon this conference is sure to be educational, inspirational and a practical addition to professional development.
The Conference will be hosted in the sunny Hawke's Bay at the Napier Conference Centre which boasts amazing views and hospitality.
Dates: Friday 23 Nov 2018 8.30am - 5.00pm
Saturday 24 Nov 2018 8.30am - 4.00pm
Where: Napier Conference Centre, 48 Marine Parade, Napier
Programme: Download the Conference Programme here
Conference Fees: Early Bird Fee $200 incl GST (Ends 26 October 2018)
BIA NZ Member $180 incl GST
Late Registration $250 incl GST (From 27 October 2018)
The “Concussion – A Changing Culture 2018 Conference” activity has been endorsed by The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) and has been approved for up to 10.66 CME credits, for the General Practice Educational Programme (GPEP) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) purposes.
Tickets are limited. To register please click here.
With thanks to our Conference Sponsor:
The Proactive Concussion Service provides early access and timely assessment for people who have sustained a mild (concussion) or moderate traumatic brain injury or have post-concussion syndrome. We ensure we look after the client through their journey from early triage through to their independence, study or work goals utilising our range of services alongside our Concussion service if required.
Optimal recovery is achieved through supporting clients to effectively have control over factors that can significantly impact on their return to full functioning. The Proactive Four Corners of Health Approach ensures that clients recovering from injury understand how to re-engage in physical activity, how to modify their diet, the importance of sleep and ways in which they can approach their recovery mentally and emotionally; leading to quick recovery and improvements in wellbeing.
For more information please visit Proactive’s website