Conference 2019

REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED

CONFERENCE INFORMATION

Location: WG308, Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT City Campus, Auckland, New Zealand

Map: AUT City Campus 2019

Final Conference Schedule

NZPOPS PAIG Conference 2019 Abstracts Final

PARKING: Parking in Central Auckland is limited. Auckland Transport has information about parking in the central city and other transport options https://at.govt.nz/driving-parking/find-parking/parking-in-central-auckland/  .  The closest parking building is Civic Car park.

There are other private carparks operated by Wilson Parking in the vicinity. https://www.wilsonparking.co.nz/find-a-park

We are excited to announce the first Joint conference between NZPOPs (NZ Psychologists of Older People) and Australian Psychology and Ageing special interest group which will be held at the AUT Centre for Active Ageing in Auckland .

This conference is NOT aimed at psychologists specifically, but at all clinicians who are working with, or doing research with, older adults.  Through our networks and resources conference costs are always kept as low as possible to facilitate attendance by those with limited means

Early bird EXTENDED TO 16th June Full price
NZPOPs and PAIG members $200 $250
Non members $270 $320
Student $150 $200

Note: All rates in NZ$. Due to low rates, no single day rate is available.

Keynote speakers:

ABSTRACTS – KEYNOTE and WORKSHOP

Gerard J. Byrne, Ph.D., FRANZCP University of Queensland

Trick Question: Can Suicide be Prevented? Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Older People

Nancy A Pachana, Ph.D., FASSA University of Queensland

An Easy Pill to Swallow

Creative Arts Engagement for Well-being in Later Life

Dr Duncan McKellar, FRANZCP Head of Unit, Older Persons’ Mental Health Service, Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, Adelaide, Australia

Building Trust After Brokenness

The Oakden Older Persons’ Mental Health Service Narrative From Failure to Reform

2 HOUR WORKSHOP

Sara Honn Qualls, Ph.D., APBB, Kraemer Family Professor of Aging Studies Professor of Psychology University of Colorado, Director of the UCCS Gerontology Center.

Interventions to Help Caregivers and their Families

ASTRACT SUBMISSION now closed

NZPOPs Conference AUCKLAND 2019 First Announcement