9th Biennial Conference Registrations Open

 9th Biennial ANZFPS Conference Update
Registrations are now open for our Virtual Conference on 1st – 3rd December 2021. 

Our virtual conference registration prices are:

  • Full (early-bird): NZD $130
  • Student/Concession (early-bird): NZD $80
  • Full (standard): NZD $180
  • Student/Concession (standard): NZD $130
Early-bird registration prices are available until 10th September 2021.

You can get a taste of what our virtual conferencing platform will look like here. The state-of-the-art virtual conferencing platform will include networking, poster sessions, discussion forums, and live Q&As.

Call for Abstracts
Abstract submissions are open and the deadline has been extended to 5 July 2021, 9.30 AM NZT. Oral, 5×5 and E-Poster presentations will be featured in the following sector-specific themes:

  • Aged Residential Care
  • Community living
  • Acute and rehabilitation – hospital
Abstracts are eligible for awards in the following categories:
  • Best Scientific Oral
  • Best Program Implementation / Service Delivery / Policy Oral
  • Best Student Oral
  • Best Poster
  • Best Oral Relevant to Māori
  • Best Oral Relevant to Aboriginal Australians
Find out all the details and submit your abstract here.

Auckland Workshops
A day of face-to-face workshops will be held at the University of Auckland on the 29th November 2021 and registrations are now open. There are 3 workshops in the morning and 3 workshops in the afternoon to choose from – join us in the morning or afternoon, or stay all day! All workshops are three hours of teaching, plus a break for morning or afternoon tea. You can find out all the information on the workshops here.

Morning Workshops 9:00 – 12:30
1. Steady As You Go: A Peer-Led Model
2. A National Systems Approach to Falls and Fracture Prevention in New Zealand
3. Falls Prevention in ARC: Best Practice and New Things

Afternoon Workshops 1:30 – 5.00
4. Falls Prevention Exercise for Community Settings. Getting Them Going and Doing the Right Thing
5. Managing People with Osteoarthritis. Getting the Basics Right
6. Building Blocks for Designing Exercise Programmes for Older People That Make a Difference

Sydney Workshop
Save the date for a pre-conference workshop to be held in Sydney. The workshop will be a hybrid model with a half-day of online lectures (done in your own time) and a half-day face-to-face workshop. More details will be made available soon.

Exercise to Prevent Falls in Older People
Saturday 27th November 1 – 4PM
Neuroscience Research Australia, Randwick NSW