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Online Event / Hui Tuihono – registrations are still available all this week!

Register now: OTNZ-WNA members

Non-Members register here

 

In embracing the spirit of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and our treaty relationship governance model, we want to weave a bi-cultural focus into the event. 

The planning team and the Permanent Scientific Programme Committee have welcomed a true partnership approach, with individuals working as joint presenters for each presentation considering both tangata whenua and tangata tiriti world views. To accommodate this, only one of the presenters is required to be an occupational therapist.

Here is the programme schedule we have put together (also detailed below), however please be aware that this is still subject to change. The Planning Committee, Permanent Scientific Programme Committee and the presenters are looking forward to having you join us – 15th November at 9am until 19th November at 3.30pm.

 

OTNZ-WNA members can register here (login required) 

Non-members can register here.

Programme 

Note: this programme may be updated before the commencement of the Online Event. Please check back closer to then for the latest version. Registrants will be sent Zoom links by email.

Day/Time/Duration/HauroaPresenter(s)/KaiwhakahaereTopic/Kaupapa
Monday 15th November

Rāhina 15th Whiringa-ā-rangi

9am20 minutes 

Matua Mark Ormsby (Te Ati Awa, Taranaki Whānui)

Pōwhiri, mihi whakatau
10am90 minutesMary Butler – Recipient of Frances Rutherford Lecture Award 2020

Introduced by Linda Robertson

A partnership of principles: Ethics as a foundation for occupational therapy practice in Aotearoa New Zealand
2pm50 minutesMegan Kenning

Hūhana Whautere

Margaret Jones

Occupational Therapy Board of New Zealand: Framework for audit
3pm50 minutesDan JohnsonRecognising moral injury in health care workers in the age of Covid-19
3.50pm40 minutesNetworking, ReflectionThoughts on today’s sessions
Tuesday 16th November

Rātū 16th Whiringa-ā-rangi

9am60 minutesNetworking, ReflectionGreeting other participants, thoughts on sessions
10am50 minutes
Melanie Smith

Emma Weeks

Te Whakamau i ngā tikanga o te Tiriti o Waitangi: Making the mahi meaningful for workers in the health and wellbeing setting
11am60 minutesClare Hocking

Isla Whittington

Discussion on the ethical basis of occupational therapy in Aotearoa
2.30pm30 minutesBMS Insurance –  Ellie ChristophThe importance of insurance for occupational therapists
3pm50 minutesHelen Jeffery

Neeka Aicken

Adventure therapy  – actively connecting with others and with nature
3.50pm40 minutesNetworking, ReflectionThoughts on today’s sessions
Wednesday 17th November

Rāapa 17th  Whiringa-ā-rangi

9am60 minutesNetworking, ReflectionGreeting other participants, thoughts on sessions
10am70 minutesEsme Schlotjes

Melanie Smith

Opening doors – Māori and their whānau: Finding equilibrium through the senses
11.30am60 minutesOT Student Forum – facilitated by Tūī Nuku and  Ruth SpainStudent questions and topics
3pm50 minutesSharon Bryant

Helen Jeffery

The Five Finger Framework: Enabling local best practice, enhancing lifelong learning
3.50m40 minutesNetworking, ReflectionThoughts on today’s sessions
Thursday 18th November

Rāpare 18th  Whiringa-ā-rangi

9am60 minutesNetworking, ReflectionGreeting other participants, thoughts on sessions
10am40 minutesMarrin Haggie

Ema Tokolahi

The Treaty-in-action: In research, relationships and (w)riting
11am60 minutesMelanie Smith

Helen Wilkinson

Discussion on innovations during COVID19 Pandemic
3pm60 minutesRōpū Tane/ Male OT SIG – Dan JohnsonGroup discussion – their own topic/s
4.10pm20 minutesNetworking, ReflectionThoughts on today’s sessions
Friday 19th November

Rāmere 19th Whiringa-ā-rangi

9am60 minutesNetworking, ReflectionGreeting other participants, thoughts on sessions
10am70 minutesTrish Gledhill
Toni Tinirau
Let’s get real: Using these values, attitudes and seven real skills in Kaupapa Māori and other health services
11.20am40 minutesMeet the new Executive Director and Council MembersWhakapapa from the new ED and the new council members
1pm1 hr 10 minsYasmin Orton
Clare Hocking
Deborah Payne
Becoming political actors: Occupational therapists shaping the profession’s future
2.20pm40 minutesFeedback, Reflection with the OTNZ-WNA TeamWhat you’ve learnt this week, what you’d like noted for the future…
3pm15 minutesMatua Mark Ormsby (Te Ati Awa, Taranaki Whānui)Poroporoaki

 

Special thanks to this year’s sponsors