Conference Programme

Thursday 25th June 2020

6 pm – 8.30 pm

Registration Desk Open

Grand Hall - Rotorua Events Centre

6 pm – 8.30 pm

Conference Opening

Networking Activity to engage with podiatry community including members and suppliers of goods and services.

Exhibition Hall – Rotorua Events Centre

Friday 26th June 2020

Registration Desk Open

Grand Hall – Rotorua Events Centre

7.30 am – 8.30 am

8 am – 8.30 am

Hon. Steve Chadwick – Mayor of Rotorua

Powhiri and Opening

Plenary Session Room – Rotorua Events Centre

8.30  am – 9.00 am

Dr John Petrie - Rheumatologist

Rheumatology from a passive, rehabilitative, and unscientific profession to be the world leader in conquering inflammatory auto immune disease.

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

9.00 – 9.30 am

Dr Brenda Flood – Clinical Manger, AUT Integrated Health

Working Together – Our Future.  Experiences of interprofessional practice.

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

9.30 – 10.00 am

Chris Desmond – Physiotherapist and Resilience Trainer Coach

How to build resilience in your patients and get better outcomes.

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

10.00 - 10.30 am

Morning Tea and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall  - Rotorua Events Centre

Concurrent Sessions

10.30  - 12.30 pm

High Risk Foot

Workshop Lead: Dr Peta Tehan

Workshop Room 1

This workshop will focus on accurate and timely assessment for peripheral arterial disease, which will include hands-on review of Doppler technique, advanced waveform analysis, as well as ankle and toe-brachial indices. We will review best medical management of patients with peripheral arterial disease, including exercise and pharmaceutical interventions, along with further imaging and referral pathways. Finally, we will review wound management for patients with peripheral arterial disease

Paediatrics

Workshop Lead:  Simone Crange

Workshop Room 2

This will be a hands on interactive workshop focusing on key components of paediatric assessment techniques.

Forgotten Feet

Workshop Lead: 

Workshop Room 3

As a profession what do we often miss or overlook in day to day patient care.  This workshop will be presented by a team of podiatrists and will focus on current and future trends in podiatry treatment and management.

Presenters Include:

Sunny Prabhu - Sustainability

Rachael Harper – Medical Pedicures

Tim Ganley – AFO’s

Rebecca Finchett – Falls Prevention

12.30 – 1.30 pm

Lunch and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall – Rotorua Events Centre

1.30  – 2.00 pm

Chris Desmond - Physiotherapist

Where Physiotherapy and Podiatry collide.  A guide to managing yourself within your professional practice.

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

2.00 – 2.30 pm

Dr Campbell Wareham  - Associate Professor of Podiatric Medicine & Surgery University of Western Australia

The interface between Law and Medical Care

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

2.30 – 3.00 pm

Dr Dave Nichols – Professor School of Clinical Sciences at AUT University in Auckland

The future of technological change and environmental concerns: how are these issues going to impact on the way podiatrists practice?

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

10.00 - 10.30 am

Afternoon Tea and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall – Rotorua Events Centre

Concurrent Sessions

3.30  - 5.30 pm

High Risk Foot

Workshop Lead: Dr Peta Tehan

Workshop Room 1

This workshop will focus on accurate and timely assessment for peripheral arterial disease, which will include hands-on review of Doppler technique, advanced waveform analysis, as well as ankle and toe-brachial indices. We will review best medical management of patients with peripheral arterial disease, including exercise and pharmaceutical interventions, along with further imaging and referral pathways. Finally, we will review wound management for patients with peripheral arterial disease

Paediatrics

Workshop Lead:  Simone Crange

Workshop Room 2

This will be a hands on interactive workshop focusing on key components of paediatric assessment techniques.

Forgotten Feet

Workshop Lead: 

Workshop Room 3

As a profession what do we often miss or overlook in day to day patient care.  This workshop will be presented by a team of podiatrists and will focus on current and future trends in podiatry treatment and management.

Presenters Include:

Sunny Prabhu - Sustainability

Rachael Harper – Medical Pedicures

Tim Ganley – AFO’s

Rebecca Finchett – Falls Prevention

6.00 - 10.00 pm

Conference Dinner

$150 per person

Buses will depart Energy Events Centre between 5.45 pm and 6.30 pm.  They will return and drop off at City Hotels from 9.30 pm.

Included:

  • Bus Transfers

  • Gondola

  • Pre-dinner Luge rides

  • Buffet Dinner

  • Beverages (Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks)

Skyline Restaurant

Saturday 27th June 2020

8.30 – 9.00 am

Dr Chloë Campbell

Pharmaceuticals Update

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

9.30  am – 10.00 am

Dr John Petrie - Rheumatologist

Inadvertent iatrogenesis - the harm that can be done to patients if the words we use have a negative effect.

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

9.00 – 9.30 am

 - Dermatologist

Speaker and Presentation - to be confirmed

Plenary Session Room - Rotorua Events Centre

10.00 - 10.30 am

Morning Tea and Exhibition Viewing

Exhibition Hall  - Rotorua Events Centre

Concurrent Sessions

3.30  - 5.30 pm

High Risk Foot

Workshop Lead: Dr Peta Tehan

Workshop Room 1

This workshop will focus on accurate and timely assessment for peripheral arterial disease, which will include hands-on review of Doppler technique, advanced waveform analysis, as well as ankle and toe-brachial indices. We will review best medical management of patients with peripheral arterial disease, including exercise and pharmaceutical interventions, along with further imaging and referral pathways. Finally, we will review wound management for patients with peripheral arterial disease

Paediatrics

Workshop Lead:  Simone Crange

Workshop Room 2

This will be a hands on interactive workshop focusing on key components of paediatric assessment techniques.

Forgotten Feet

Workshop Lead: 

Workshop Room 3

As a profession what do we often miss or overlook in day to day patient care.  This workshop will be presented by a team of podiatrists and will focus on current and future trends in podiatry treatment and management.

Presenters Include:

Sunny Prabhu - Sustainability

Rachael Harper – Medical Pedicures

Tim Ganley – AFO’s

Rebecca Finchett – Falls Prevention

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