Conference and Events

Upcoming conferences

2024 NZNO Women's Health College Conference


Feel free to visit the NZNO calendar for more events of interest.

Past conferences
2023 NZNO Women's Health College AGM & Conference

Theme               ILLUMINATE - Shining a light on Women's Health
Date and Time  Thursday, 4 May 18:00-20:00
                           Friday, 5 May      08:00-12:00 mn
                           Saturday, 6 May  07:30-15:30 
Venue                Trinity Wharf Tauranga, 51 Dive Crescent
Draft Programme
Accredited LARC Train-the-Trainer Course - limited registrations available
Date and Time  Thursday, 4 May 2023, 09:00–17:00
Venue                same as conference

Women's Health College Conference 2022 SOLD OUT
Check out the Conference programme
Theme:  "Life goes on"
Date:           Thursday 26 - Saturday 28 May 2022
Time:           Thursday, 26 May - 16:30-20:00
                     Friday, 27 May - 08:00-12:00 mn
                     Saturday, 28 May - 07:30-15:30 
Venue:         Te Pae Convention Centre, 188 Oxford Terrace, Christchurch
Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding NZNO version.pptx
Heather Symes (RN) WHC.pptx
Gynae Nurse Triage Role of Referrals to Women's Clinics.pptx
Handout - Hart to Heart on CVD Disease in Women 2022.pdf

WHC AGM 2022
Date:            Saturday, 28 May 2022
Time:            11:15 am-12:15 pm

Date:    18 November 2021
Time:    2:00-3:30 pm
Venue: Unit 1, 16 Sheffield Crescent, Christchurch
AGM Agenda
​NZBA Annual Report

Women's Health College 2021 Conference
Southern Pearls and Other Hidden Gems 
Draft Programme

Womens Health College 2019 Conference
Ann Simmons                                    Abortion Law Reform: Why is it needed?
                                                          Where is it going?
Deb Chappell                                    Workplace Respect and Workplace Bullying
Dr Amanda Tristram                          The HPV Vaccine & Cervical Cancer
Dr Jay Marlow                                   Non Invasive Prenatal (NIP) Screening
Dr Jill Clendon                                   Intergenerational Nursing Workforce
Dr Amanda Tristram                          Molar Pregnancy
Isobel Weeks                                     Introduction to the Pelvic Floor
Dr Margaret Pack                              Professional Self Care  Surviving & Thriving
Tracey Bentall                                   Youth Work - Following my Bliss
Pathmini Marquesan                         Gynae-Oncology - Enhanced Recovery after Surgery 

NZNO Women's Health College Conference 2018:
Nurses - Diamonds of Diversity
Dr Bryony Simcock                            Ovarian Cancer
Mirjam van der Stoel                          Do diamonds dull with age?
Dr Gael Mearns                                 Optimising maternal nutrition
Dr Monique Stravens                         Obesity in O&G
Dr Sue Bagshaw                                Youth Mental Health
Fleur Hansby                                      An experience
Lyn McIntyre                                       Working with women prisoners; a nurse's perspective
Ros Pochin                                         Kindness in healthcare - beyond bullying
Carrie Sopata, MD, FACOG               Bleeding in early pregnancy
Dr Sarah Donovan                              Hidden burdens for women and girls
Prof Don Wilson                                  Prediction and prevention of pelvic floor disorders in the
                                                            developed world
                                                            Birth by design: are celebs too posh to push?
                                                            Stress induced incontinence
Prof Don Wilson & Jim Dornan           IUGA Debate 
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