This workshop is focused on the assessment of presentations in children (especially children under the age of 3 years), where there are concerns about possible harm caused by abuse or neglect. It is designed primarily for Paediatricians and Advanced Trainees in Paediatrics, but will also be useful to practitioners or advanced trainees in other specialties (such as Emergency Medicine or Surgery) where assessment of such presentations in young children is or could become part of a medical practitioner’s clinical responsibilities.
This workshop is being run on a not-for-profit basis. The registration fees cover online pre-learning and virtual attendance at the Workshop.
Please note the Workshop will be recording for viewing on-demand post-course. So if you can't attend the live-stream you can still register for the Workshop, complete the pre-learning and watch the lectures at another time.
There are three days of eLearning modules and webinars, which we plan to make available to registrants from mid-July. They will also be made available online to registrants for 3 months after the course, and will then be provided to registrants as high-quality pdf files.
Click here for more information about the pre-learning.
Virtual Registration Includes:
Earlybird by 21 June 2021 ~ NZ$1,350.00
Late after 21 June 2021 ~ NZ$1,550.00
Registration Cancellation Policy
The Organising Committee, including the Conference Managers, will not accept liability for damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons or loss or damage to their personal property as a result of the meeting or related events. In the event of industrial disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, The Conference Managers accept no responsibility for loss of monies.
Accepted credit cards are Visa, Mastercard and AMEX.
You can also pay by bank transfer, please refer to your invoice for details.
All fees quoted are in New Zealand Dollars and are inclusive of GST. Payment for registration must be received prior to the commencement of the conference.