ASMS

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The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS) is the professional association and union uniting doctors and dentists in New Zealand.

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ASMS 27th Annual Conference, Wellington

6 November 2015

The 27th ASMS Annual Conference was held in Wellington on 19-20 November 2015.  More than 120 ASMS delegates attended.  Photos from the conference and videos of the presentations are available from the links below.

Conference programme
Speakers and presentations
Photos
Videos

1052 ASMS 2015

 

 

Speakers and presentations

Associate Professor Phil Bagshaw

Presentation slides
The challenge of unmet need (Video)

Dr Jeff Brown

Presentation slides
Medicine stories project (Video)

Dr Charlotte Chambers

Presentation slides
Superheroes don’t take sick leave (Video)

Dr Stephen Child

Presentation slides
Professionalism, leadership and trust (Video)

Dr Kenneth Clark

Presentation slides
The challenge of addressing bullying, sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior in the medical profession (Video)

Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman

Minister of Health addresses ASMS (Video)

Warrick Hough

Greetings (Video)

Dr Zarko Kamenica and Matthew McClelland

Presentation slides

Dealing with the Coroners Court (Video)

Helen Kelly

Observations on unions, unionism and public institutions (Video)

Dr Erik Monasterio

Presentation slides
What the TPPA means for New Zealand’s health system (Video)

Dr Bill Rosenberg

Presentation slides

Understanding the new Health and Safety Act (Video)

Dr Hein Stander

Presidential address (Video)

 

Photos

Day One of ASMS Annual Conference

Day Two of ASMS Annual Conference

Social functions

 

Videos

Day One

Dr Charlotte Chambers – Superheroes don’t take sick leave

Dr Erik Monasterio – What the TPPA means for New Zealand’s health system

Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman – Health Ministers addresses ASMS

Dr Bill Rosenberg – Understanding the new Health and Safety Act

Dr Jeff Brown – Medicine stories project

Day Two

Dr Kenneth Clark – The challenge of addressing bullying, sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior in the medical profession

Professor Phillip Bagshaw – The challenge of unmet need

Dr Zarko Kamenica and Matthew McCelland – Dealing with the Coroners Court 

Helen Kelly – Observations on unions, unionism and public institutions

Dr Stephen Child – Professionalism, leadership and trust