26 February, 2018
Event 1 - The Centre for Addiction Research Mini Symposium & Event 2 - 'How an enlightened approach to drug policy could revolutionise medicine as well as reducing drug harms'
12 March, 2018 to 16 March, 2018
Target audience: The course is designed for practitioners, researchers and policy actors who do not have an existing specialism in the advocacy field but may have a responsibility or interest in the integration of advocacy into planning, projects and policy.
12 April, 2018
Draft programme content will be available on the website as soon as possible with regular updates as things progress. Final programmes will be available to download two weeks out from each seminar.
7 June, 2018
Draft programme content will be available on the website as soon as possible with regular updates as things progress. Final programmes will be available to download two weeks out from each seminar.
20 June, 2018
Draft programme content will be available on the website as soon as possible with regular updates as things progress. Final programmes will be available to download two weeks out from each seminar.
12 September, 2018 to 15 September, 2018
The Cutting Edge addictions conference is New Zealand’s key addiction treatment gathering providing an excellent opportunity for the addiction sector to get together, to network, and to learn about and embrace innovative thinking and practice.
13 September, 2018 to 15 September, 2018
The Asia Pacific region has the highest number of tobacco consumption globally. With the economic and demographic growth, the region has become a crucial market and prime target for transnational tobacco industries on expanding business.
13 November, 2018 to 16 November, 2018
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is focusing on bringing together another world-class line-up of influential keynotes, presenters, events and research for all those who attend, to contribute towards global Indigenous research transformation.
7 April, 2019 to 11 April, 2019
The Health Promotion Forum of New Zealand, the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) and their partners are looking forward to host this important global public health event, in Rotorua, New Zealand in April 2019. The aim is to provide an unparalleled opportunity to link and demonstrate the contribution of health promotion to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to acknowledge the way SDGs contribute to improvements in health and wellbeing.