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Paediatric Society of New Zealand 69th Annual Scientific Meeting
14-16 November 2017
Rydges Latimer Christchurch
PSNZ Travelling Trust/Education Fund
We are now calling for applications to the PSNZ Travelling Trust/Education Fund to attend the ASM in November.
Applications are to be completed on the appropriate template.
All pages of the application form must be submitted with all fields completed, together with supporting documentation.
Please click here for Funding Application Guidelines, Application and Activity Report to Trustees
The closing date to receive applications will be 5.00 pm Monday 4 September.
The early bird closing date for the ASM is Friday 15 September.
The Governance Group will therefore meet on Monday 11 September to consider applications and applicants will be advised the outcome prior to the early bird close off date.
Newsletter of the Advisory Group for NZ Child and Youth Networks
April 2017 Issue
Update from the Chair
Out of the Gate: Reflections on the NZ Child & Youth Clinical Networks
A Case Study: Finding a Needle in a Hay Stack
A Radiant Young Woman: An Eczema Story
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PSNZ Strategic Plan (December 2016)
This is the current Strategic Plan until April 2017.
The PSNZ Strategic Plan is a living document that will be iterated an annually by the Executive and Council, reflective of the knowledge, experience and needs of the membership.
This is likely to be aligned to the Society's financial year (1 April - 31 March) and subsequent versions will be on that basis.
Opening address given by Prof Innes Asher at the PSNZ Annual Scientific Meeting November 2014
The Montgomery Spencer Memorial Oration (given by Prof Kevin Pringle at the PSNZ Annual Scientific Meeting, November 2014)
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- Encourage and promote the study and advancement of the science and practice of paediatrics, child health nursing and other professional practices involved with child health
- Generally to promote the health and welfare of children in New Zealand consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child.
- Advocate for children on all issues related to their health at a local, regional and national level.
- Provide information to the public of New Zealand on all matters that concern the health and welfare of children.
- Advance public education and awareness of the science and practice of paediatrics, child health and welfare of children.
- Maintenance of the highest possible level of the scientific and ethical practice in the health care of children in New Zealand.
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