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Registrations Are Closed
Nurse Practitioners New Zealand (NPNZ) are holding their next conference in the magnificent and beautiful Marlborough region of New Zealand well known for the fabulous waterways of the Marlborough Sounds, many famous wineries and New Zealand’s highest sunshine hours.
Joins us for a dynamic program showcasing innovative NP practice, skills, knowledge, workshops and hot topics. Come network with your colleagues!
The two and a half day format will comprise of:
10 April - afternoon sessions with a variety of speakers about the NP pathway in NZ - 12.30 - 5.30pm
11 & 12 April - full days of Keynote speakers, significant nation-wide health sector updates and concurrent sessions of field specific case studies including pharmacology.
If registering for just one day, please make a note of the date in the Dietary Requirements feild (i.e., registering for 11 April).
Conference dinner to be held at the stunning Wither Hills Winery
We encourage you to bring your partner or family and stay for the weekend, or the school holidays in the
“Top of the South”