Membership

Thank you for your interest in the New Zealand Institute of Acupuncture.

The NZIA is a professional body providing continuing professional development opportunities to Acupuncturists and Chinese Medicine Practitioners in New Zealand. By joining us you would be fulfilling the NZ Acupuncture Standards Authority NZASA recommendation of registering with a professional body.

We run monthly peer-reviews, seminars and workshops through-out the year. Most of our events are available for viewing online as well, for those outside of Auckland where the majority of our events are held. Attendance to these events would count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.

As a NZIA member you would receive reduced rates for all of our events.

We have a practitioner directory on our website where you can list your clinic details should you wish to join. NZIA also has a Facebook page – http://www.facebook.com/theNZIA where you are free to post and share relative information.

By joining the NZIA you would have an opportunity to meet with other practitioners and enjoy our unique community.

The executive membership is made up of members of the NZIA and is run by its members. You are welcome to apply to join the executive and partake in the organizing of our events. At our annual general meeting we vote for the committee members.

We also welcome you to come and share your knowledge at our monthly peer-reviews and get the conversation going on difficult cases in your practice. By presenting at a peer-review you would receive triple the usual CPD hours to include your preparation time.

The NZIA looks forward for you to come and join the discussion on the ongoing development of Acupuncture and Chinese medicine in New Zealand.

The NZIA financial year runs from the 1st of January – 31st of December. The cost of annual membership is $110 for registered practitioners
and $40 for student.

To join please email secretary@nzia.org to receive a membership form.

 

 

 

"The NZIA looks forward for you to come and join the discussion on the ongoing development of Acupuncture and Chinese medicine in New Zealand."