Events

Unless stated otherwise, these events are not being run by or in conjunction with the NZSTA.  If you would like to list an upcoming event on this website, please contact National Office.

 Please note events are listed chronologically.

What is Racism – A Workshop for Aotearoa’s Speech-language Therapy Profession 

Auckland | 17 August 2022, 9.00am – 3.30pm

NZSTA supports this full-day event, which aims to support SLTs’ critical thinking about racism and provide a safe space for a facilitated kōrero and wananga.

Presenter: Dr Heather Came, a seventh-generation Pākehā New Zealander, has worked for nearly 25 years in health promotion and public health and has a long involvement in social justice activism.

Heather is a founding member of STIR: Stop Institutional Racism, a fellow of the Health Promotion Forum, and an active member of Tāmaki Tiriti Workers.  She is a senior lecturer and head of teaching and learning at the School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand.

Our strong preference is to have you attend in person.  However, if you can not attend in person but would like to be involved, you can contact Tracy Karanui-Golf at Tkaranui@Massey.ac.nz.

Morning (9.00 am – 12. 30 am):  Dr Came will discuss racism.

Afternoon (1.30 – 3.30 pm): SLTs who attend in person can participate in wānanga.  There may be an opportunity to have a small group facilitated kōrero focused on SLT in specific areas such as health, education, service provision, higher education and justice.

To honour the kōrero, this session is not available to online participants.

This event is complimentary with a koha invitation.  The koha will go to  STIR: Stop Institutional Racism.

Register your interest here.

NZSTA Symposium

Christchurch | 5-6 September 2022 

Theme: “Titiro Whakamua – Looking to the future”

Registration is now open, REGISTER HERE

AuSAE LINC Conference

Blenheim | 18-20 September 2022 

2022 AuSAE LINC conference opens the entire engagement of association management to you

  • Increased networking opportunities
  • Over 20 educational and interactive sessions-based on association management
  • Educational pathways for sector-based professionals and emerging leaders
  • Touches to ensure that you as a delegate, as well catered for

Conference website

Program can be viewed here

Conference Registration details

12th World Congress for NeuroRehabilitation

Austria | 14-17 December 2022 

The World Congress for Neurorehabilitation is an international expert forum for the presentation and discussion of new research focusing on interdisciplinary aspects as well as current and future concepts of neurorehabilitation. We are expecting numerous participants on-site in Vienna from all around the world.

For more details click here.

32nd World Congress of the IALP: Auckland, August 2023 

20 – 24 August 2023 | Auckland

The New Zealand Speech-language Therapists’ Association, together with the New Zealand Audiological Society, wish to entice you to New Zealand – the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’ for the 2023 IALP Congress.

CONGRESS THEME : Together Towards Tomorrow

With the overall theme of Looking Forward you will not be surprised to see that the following 3 themes will permeate the programme:

• Intervention with Multilingual Children – Evidence Based Practice
• Technological Developments to Enhance Assessment and Treatment
• Improving Quality of Service Provision

New Zealand and IALP Auckland 2023 is waiting for your visit – listen to the Message

In 2022 Watch-out for…
We have many plans and steps ahead in 2022, as we prepare for your visit in 2023. Take a moment to: Consider your visit to New Zealand – The Sights, The Sounds and People

 

 

 

 

The Main Reports are the Keynote/Plenary speakers. Click to view.

Our Call for Abstracts will open mid-2022, but have you given your thoughts and ideas on themes and topics you want to learn more about?
Click to submit your ideas (not an abstract just your programme suggestions!)

Full event information click here

Please stay up to date by joining the Congress Newsletter http://ialpauckland2023.org/; and follow on Facebook and Twitter.

SpeechBITE

“Evidence based practice website for speech language therapists called speechBITE – Speech Pathology Best Interventions and Treatment Efficacy database. SpeechBITE is a freely available international EBP resource.”

CEUALLIEDHEALTH.COM: ASHA APPROVED CE PROVIDER

CEU Allied Health is a continued education unit provider regarding Speech Language Pathology. A range of recorded and self-study courses are available.

Self-study/recorded courses online can be purchased now in the areas of:

1. Utilization of FEESST to Predict Aspiration Risk
2. Tracheostomy and Ventilator Dependent Population: Dysphagia
3. Multi-Disciplinary Dysphagia Team for Pressure Ulcer Management
4. Internal Branch Superior Laryngeal Nerve: Sensory/Swallow Functions
5. Endoscopic Swallowing Exam for Dysphagia Assessment
6. Tracheostomy Tube Use for Adult and Geriatric Patients
7. The FEESST Exam and the Use of Anesthesia

Ceuallied Health would like to bring your attention to a recorded self-study course “The iPad: Technology Tool for Communication and Language”  which is available for $29.99. The course has audio, pictorial, and video content and is .15 CEU points.

Guy’s and St Thomas’ Visiting Professional Programme in Speech & Language

The Visiting Professional Programmes (VPPs), also known as attachments, are offered to clinicians who wish to undertake a period of observership or undertake hands on clinical practice and experience Guy’s and St Thomas’ in operation as a quaternary London teaching hospital. Programmes typically range from six weeks to twelve months.

The Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) Visiting Professional Programme offers the opportunity to work within multiple speech and language specialties within our adult services, specifically ENT, voice, and head and neck oncology services. The programme is set in both the hospital workplace, integrating visitors into the adult SLT team, and within a community setting. Click the link above to find out more.