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NSANZ Cadaver Workshop

Start/end date: 17/04/2021 - 17/04/2021 Location: Macquarie University Laboratory

NSANZ is pleased to offer an additional Cadaver Workshop in 2021!

COVID 19 meant NSANZ was not able to offer the Cadaver workshop in 2020, so in 2021 NSANZ is offering two cadaver workshops with the first workshop being held in Sydney on Saturday 17 April 2021.

This workshop will be held at the newly upgraded cadaver lab in Macquarie University and focus on neurostimulation. It will be a full day event consisting of didactic lectures on advanced cutting-edge topics and hands-on cadaver lab covering a wide range of different neurostimulation modalities.

The second workshop will be held in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting in August 2021.

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National Convention Centre Canberra

2021 Australian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting

Start/end date: 18/04/2021 - 21/04/2021 Location: National Convention Centre Canberra, ACT

The Australian Pain Society’s ASM is the only multidisciplinary conference in Australia offering insights into the complex nature of pain management from a variety of medical, nursing and allied health perspectives. The 2021 Australian Pain Society 41st Annual Scientific Meeting (APS 2021) is being held from 18 – 21 April 2021, in Canberra, ACT.

The Australian Pain Society continues to align their conference theme with the IASP Global Year; in 2021 this is, ‘the IASP Global Year Against Back Pain’.

The Scientific Program Committee is thrilled to have procured three most impressive international speakers; Professor Allan Basbaum, Professor Siri Leknes and Dr Amanda C de C Williams. They will be joined by an inspiring range of national speakers who will provide a glance into some of the most complex and dynamic areas of pain management.

The APS is focused on bringing the APS membership, and all those with an interest in pain management, back together again in 2021.

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The Prince Charles Hospital

2021 Cadaver Pre-Conference Workshop

Start/end date: 13/08/2021 - 13/08/2021 Location: QUT Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF), The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane

The NSANZ Cadaver Workshop will be held as a pre-conference workshop on Friday 13 August 2021 at the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, 13– 15 August 2021, being held in Brisbane, Queensland.

The workshop will be held at QUT Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF), The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane.

There will be two full day Cadaver Workshop’s running on Friday 13 August as below with each workshop consisting of a half day workshop in the cadaver lab and half day didactic lectures.

  • Radiofrequency Procedures
  • Neurostimulation

Delegates will be able to register for just one of the two available workshops and spaces will be limited.

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Sofitel Brisbane Central, QLD

2021 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting (NSANZ 2021)

Start/end date: 13/08/2021 - 15/08/2021 Location: Sofitel Brisbane Central, QLD

Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ) has made the decision to postpone their 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting until 2021.

We look forward to you joining us at the 2021 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, 13– 15 August 2021, being held at the Sofitel Brisbane Central, Queensland.

The program will be led by a number of esteemed international and national guest speakers. The program will also include a number of breakout sessions, scientific posters, as well as plenty of time for networking.

A Cadaver Pre-Conference Workshop will be held on Friday 13 August 2021, at the Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane. There will be two full day Cadaver Workshop’s running: Radiofrequency Procedures and Neurostimulation, each will consist of a half day workshop in the cadaver lab and half day didactic lectures.

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