Events

This page provides an overview of upcoming and past events supported by Essential HelpCare

Future Events

Pressure Injury Prevention

February 4 2019 @ Multiple Locations & Dates

Let the inspiring Tracy, our internationally renowned speaker, freshly motivate us around better care for our patients in acute care READ MORE

Past Events

Care with Size: Stopping the LOS blow-out

February 1 2018 @ VENUE TBC

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ANEC 2017

September 28 2017 @ St Margaret's College, Christchurch

This conference embraces moving forward into the future of healthcare education with all its possibilities incorporating innovation, expanding knowledge and technology, while at the same time, looking back, learning from and honouring what has gone before. READ MORE

3-Nation approach to reducing harm from falls

September 13 2017 @ 4 Locations

Three nations come together to share evidence-based knowledge, translate that knowledge into practice and share learnings. READ MORE

Rachel Apsey Seminars

April 3 2017 @ 4 Locations

Rachel Apsey, a Registered Nurse and Director with Medstrom, the group managing UK’s largest managed bed contract, is visiting New Zealand in April. READ MORE

FallsStop – free seminar about falls reduction with Anne-Marie Hill

April 3 2017 @ 4 Locations

Essential HelpCare is kindly sponsoring this seminar to allow free entry. READ MORE

‘The first 60 minutes’ Injury prevention in our acute care ward

February 13 2017 @ 4 Locations

‘The first 60 minutes’ Injury prevention in our acute care wards" READ MORE

2017 BMI Research Seminar Series AUS

February 6 2017 @ 3 locations

Wow what an awesome series which included Levi for the first time, and also our first 3 major seminars in Australia; the feedback has been phenomenal. The following comment gave us a huge buzz: “great to see the themes have changed from lamenting the scale of the “problem” to presenting solutions which are being trialled and evaluated. Things are looking good for the medium term for bariatric care.” We especially thank our new Australian colleagues- your appetite for information, and gratitude for the series was very touching! READ MORE

2017 BMI Research Seminar Series NZ Auckland

February 2 2017 @ Fisher Paykel Centre, Auckland Hospital

Wow what an awesome series which included Levi for the first time, and also our first 3 major seminars in Australia; the feedback has been phenomenal. The following comment gave us a huge buzz: “great to see the themes have changed from lamenting the scale of the “problem” to presenting solutions which are being trialled and evaluated. Things are looking good for the medium term for bariatric care.” We especially thank our new Australian colleagues- your appetite for information, and gratitude for the series was very touching! READ MORE

2017 BMI Research Seminar Series NZ Christchurch

February 1 2017 @ Beaven Lecture Theatre, Seventh Floor, University of Otago Building, Christchurch Hospital

Wow what an awesome series which included Levi for the first time, and also our first 3 major seminars in Australia; the feedback has been phenomenal. The following comment gave us a huge buzz: “great to see the themes have changed from lamenting the scale of the “problem” to presenting solutions which are being trialled and evaluated. Things are looking good for the medium term for bariatric care.” We especially thank our new Australian colleagues- your appetite for information, and gratitude for the series was very touching! READ MORE

2017 BMI Research Seminar Series NZ Wellington

January 31 2017 @ Nordmeyer Lecture Theatre, University of Otago, 23a Mein St

Wow what an awesome series which included Levi for the first time, and also our first 3 major seminars in Australia; the feedback has been phenomenal. The following comment gave us a huge buzz: “great to see the themes have changed from lamenting the scale of the “problem” to presenting solutions which are being trialled and evaluated. Things are looking good for the medium term for bariatric care.” We especially thank our new Australian colleagues- your appetite for information, and gratitude for the series was very touching! READ MORE