Pre-Conference Cadaver Workshop
Following a successful Cadaver Workshop in August 2022 in Melbourne, NSANZ is pleased to offer another hands-on Cadaver Workshops in August 2023 before the NSANZ ASM. It will will take place at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane on Friday 11 August 2023.
The Radiofrequency (RF) Workshop
Focus on radiofrequency ablation technique of the spine (lumbar, sacral, thoracic and cervical). The workshop will also feature radiofrequency procedures for craniofacial pain, shoulder, hip and knee along with sympathetic plexus. Along with conventional RF, it will also feature cooled RF, pulsed RF and bipolar RF technique.
The Neurostimulation Workshop
Focus on various implanting techniques for thoracolumbar, sacral and cervical spinal stimulation. The workshop will also feature peripheral nerve stimulation, dorsal root ganglion stimulation, multifidus muscle stimulation, intrathecal drug delivery system, surgical implant and suturing station.
NSANZ Safety Webinar
NSANZ will be hosting their eighth safety webinar on the evening of Tuesday 23 May 2023.
Topic: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
NSANZ Safety Webinar
NSANZ will be hosting their seventh safety webinar on the evening of Tuesday 28 February 2023.
Topic: ‘INTRATHECAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM – IMPROVING SAFETY AND MITIGATING RISKS’
Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023, 7-9pm
We ask that each attendee will prepare at least one case to discuss with the panel and others – either a case in general or to ask the experts their advice on management.
NSANZ Safety Webinar
This is the sixth in our series of Safety Webinars
Webinar Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm AEDT
Registration Fees (GST Inclusive):
NSANZ Members FREE
NSANZ Non-Members $80.00 AUD
To increase engagement in this webinar all participants are requested to please bring/have ready a case to discuss or a question for the expert panel.
15th Annual Scientific Meeting (NSANZ 2022)
On behalf of the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ), I would like to extend a warm invitation to clinicians, nurses and allied health professionals to join us at the 2022 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 15th Annual Scientific Meeting, from 13 – 14 August 2022. We are heading to the sporting and cultural capital of Australia – beautiful, wintery and lively Melbourne.
The meeting program will be led by a number of esteemed international and national guest speakers. It will consist of breakout sessions, scientific posters, social networking and a cadaver workshop.
We hope to bring an exciting and diverse program that will delve into the latest advancements in neuromodulation, both from a theoretical and practical perspective. It will cater to all who are involved in the field of neuromodulation, including those who are just starting out in this field. Click here to see the program.
With the challenges facing Australia and the rest of the world, created by the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope to welcome you in Melbourne, in person but are aware of the possibility of a changing to a virtual program.
With our excitement hidden behind our masks, we look forward to seeing you all in 2022, in our own vibrant city of Melbourne.
Dr Meena Mittal & Dr Nathan Taylor
NSANZ 2022 Co-Convenors
Annual General Meeting 2022
NSANZ Annual General Meeting 2022
To be held as part of the NSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, at 5pm, 13 August 2022.
Please download paperwork for the meeting:
* AGM Agenda 2022
* Minutes NSANZ AGM 2021 Draft Minutes & NSANZ General Business Meeting 2021 Draft Minutes
* Notice of Motion
* Proxy Form – If you are unable to attend please sign and return to Alex, email@example.com
16th Annual Scientific Meeting (NSANZ 2023)
On behalf of the Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSANZ), we would like to warmly invite you to travel to Queensland – the Sunshine State from the 11 -13 August for the 2023 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand 16th Annual Scientific Meeting: Transformed from Niche Practice to Mainstream Medicine.
The meeting programme will include exciting International and national speakers, an all-day cadaver workshop and scientific posters presentation.
And then there is the social programme….
We imagine most of you would have been to Brisbane but for those who have not yet truly lived, we would love for you to come and experience our friendly culture, charming vibe, warm temperatures with 280 days of sun per year and paradisal biodiversity.
Our curtains may not be as faded and cows not confused – as of course we do not have daylight savings but for your morning requirements, our coffee up here is pretty good with a thriving coffee and cafe culture. Our restaurants are second to none, the produce and seafood amazing – and the people welcoming.
The city boasts over 2000 beautiful parks, the Botanic Gardens and Southbank precinct and there are so many other attractions beyond the city, that it will be too much for one trip – so you’ll have to come back!
We cannot wait for you to join us at the NSANZ ASM in 2023.
Dr Meena Mittal & Dr Michelle O’Brien
NSANZ 2023 Co-Convenors
Pre Conference Cadaver Workshop
Vasculab, University of Melbourne
Reading the feedback from past workshops, the education committee will tailor a program where each delegate can sign up for one or both workshops on neurostimulation and radiofrequency (RF) interventional pain procedures. The programs will each be a half day cadaver lab session (no didactic lectures) in both forms – RF procedures in the morning and neurostimulation in the afternoon.
This workshop is now full, please register your interest below to join the waitlist.
2022 Australian Pain Society 42nd Annual Scientific Meeting (APS 2022)
- Professor Patrick Mantyh, University of Arizona, USA Professor
- Andrew Rice, Imperial College London, UK
- Dr Beverly Thorn, University of Alabama, USA
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