7th Asia-Oceanian Conference of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
16 - 19 July 2020
Swiss Grand Hotel, Seoul
AOCPRM has been held biannually since 2008 as one of most highly acclaimed conferences in the field of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine. Under the theme “Innovative Rehabilitation in Asia Oceania,” the diverse disciplines of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine from the present to the future will be in focus. With an emphasis on innovation, distinguished speakers, professionals and researchers from various countries will present their latest findings from on-going and completed clinical trials with around 1,000 participants from around the world.
Four Days on the Island
19-22 November 2020
Launceston is proud to be hosting the Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine (ANZSOM) Annual Scientific Meeting in March 2020, providing Four Days on the Island to connect, learn and share in this important field.
Renowned for its practical solutions-based approach, the conference features a range of workshops, workplace site visits and expert presentations, addressing contemporary workplace health issues relevant to GPs, nurses and occupational medicine specialists.
Topics include occupational rehabilitation and chronic pain, thermal injuries, medicinal marijuana, health and wellness in blue collar workers, maritime health and safety, colour vision, audiometry, CPR, mental stress and dysfunction among sports people, cyber security and much more.
Registration options include the full four-day program or single day registration, plus a range of social and networking events. For full details and registration visit www.anzsom.org.au/asm-2020
2020 Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses’ Association 30th National Conference
9 - 10 September 2021
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania
Develop your knowledge of rehabilitation care + improve your clinical skills and patient outcomes at the 30th ARNA National Conference, Rehabilitation in Nursing: exploring the possibilities. It is the largest gathering of rehabilitation nurses and subject-matter experts from around Australia and New Zealand. Join us for an action-packed two days of professional development, networking and fun!
Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation (ACNR)
ACNR (Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation) is an international, open access, peer reviewed neurology journal with more than 6,000 readers worldwide. The Australian Editor is Todd Hardy, neurologist at Concord Hospital and clinical senior lecturer at the University of Sydney.