Wednesday 3 - Thursday 4 August 2016
We are proud to present to you the Catalyst 4 Change - Achieving Sustainable Development Goals for Women, Children and their Families Conference" delivered in partnership by Pacific Society of Reproductive Health and TAHA Well Pacific Mother and Infant Service.
This forum aims to raise awareness of the recently ratified Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the universal determination to progress a range of indicators by 2030. The SDGs, if achieved, will significantly improve the lives of many women, children and families. While reproductive health is an important focus of the conference, evidence commands that consideration be given to broad impacts such as economics, human rights, culture and the environment. With these in mind, our objective is to identify and describe effective catalysts (people, policy, programmes, research and innovations) that lead to real transformation.
We are privileged to have a range of international and local leaders who will share their insights on sustainable development for women, children and families. Abstract submissions are now open for organisations, community groups and students to present their work, with 10 free registrations available for students and community representatives. There are also various sponsorship opportunities for organisations who wish to partner with us in supporting this conference.
We warmly invite you to take up the opportunity to participate in the Catalyst 4 Change Conference and look forward to meeting you Auckland in August.
Dr Aiono Alec Ekeroma - Pacific Society of Reproductive Health
Dr Teuila Percival - TAHA Well Pacific Mother & Infant Service
Venue: Holdiay Inn, 2 Ascott Rd, Mangere, Auckland
To register for conference please click here
2015 Perinatal Mental Health Seminar Series
09:00-17:00pm, Thursday 23 July 2015
The Perinatal Mental Health NZ Trust and TAHA invite you to the AUCKLAND (Pacific focus) Seminar – 23 July 2015
Book before Friday 27 June to qualify for the early bird rate
5 Midwifery Points and 6.5 GP credits are approved
Matafanua Hilda Fa’asalele, Chief Advisor Pacific Health – Ministry of Health
Mary Matagi, Midwife – Auckland DHB
Dr Sara Weeks, Clinical Psychiatrist – Lotofale Pacific Island Mental Health Service
Dr Esther Cowley-Malcolm – Brainwave Trust
Mali Erick – Incredible Years Programme
Dr Susan Morton and Dr Seini Taufa – Growing Up in NZ Study
Dr Denise Kingi-‘Uluave and Leilani Clarke, Pacific Suicide Prevention – Le Va
Brendon Smith – Father and Child Trust
Jude Dobson – Raising Children
The Auckland Seminar will relate to mental wellbeing during pregnancy and parenting with a focus on Pacific women, men, infants and their families.
This seminar has particular value to all health and social professionals, families, communities, and also students.
Where: The University of Auckland Tamaki Campus, 261 Morrin Road, Glen Innes, Auckland, Bldg 730- Room 231 (FREE PARKING)
When: Thursday 23 July 2015, 8.30am to 4pm
For registration payment and details please click here
For more information feel free to visit PMHNZ website: http://www.pmhnz.org.nz/
Or contact TAHA at firstname.lastname@example.org