The seminar will be covering -Types and uses of surgical mesh -Adverse reactions among mesh patients -Recognising surgical mesh injury in clinic -TCM differential diagnosis -Treatment approaches -Treatment outcomes
Monday 19th March 7-9pm 2 hours CPD approved by NZASA Venue : 27 South Lynn Road, Titirangi -Auckland
Presented by Basia Smith, West Auckland acupuncturist. Cost is $40, which will be donated to my patient Christine Williams on her “Give a Little page”, to help with her operation costs in USA to have her mesh removed.
Please pay into Kiwibank account 38-9001-0352340-00 Email Basia to confirm attendance, email@example.com
My name is Christine Williams. I need a specialist operation to remove a TOT mesh implant that is migrating and cutting through my pelvis. - Givealittle is the place to donate and fundraise for causes...
NZICM has organised a workplace first aid refresher course with First Aid NZ, remember a current first aid certificate is essential to qualify for NZASA registration.
Numbers are limited so don't delay!
REGISTRATION: Email firstname.lastname@example.org DATE: Sunday 25th March 2018 8.45am - 3.30pm ADDRESS: Nyima Tashi-Kagyu Buddhist Centre 30b Pollen Street, Ponsonby, Auckland 1021 COST: $115 per person for members $135 for non-members (Kiwibank 38-9018-0363505-00)
This course is designed for those that have already completed a 2-day course and just need an update which is required every two years.
You will need to bring your current or very recently expired (less than 3 months) first aid certificate to the course as proof. (It is okay if it is from another provider) www.firstaidnz.co.nz/... See MoreSee Less
We are very excited to announce that we have secured Thomas Richardson to present a practical workshop for our annual conference this year!
"Pulse Diagnosis of the Extraordinary Vessels & the Six Channels/Neo-classical Pulse diagnosis"
Save the date - first weekend of October - Sat 6th and Sun 7th October 2018
In this 2-day seminar we will learn and practice several Neoclassical Pulse Diagnosis methods, including diagnosis of the Extraordinary Vessels and the Six Channels, as well as the Compass Method for finding five element imbalances within a given organ. These are extremely simple and easy-to-learn pulse methods that lead to effective treatment strategies.
Welcome back to another year folks! We have nearly got the speaker for this years exciting conference organised and will be letting you know all about it soon 🙂 Also, remember joining up to our annual membership allows free access to any NZICM peer review, If you wish to renew or join just visit our website www.NZICM.co.nz... See MoreSee Less