Annual Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting
is the premier meeting, rotating around the country, with invited international and national experts giving plenary sessions and focussed topic reviews. There are also scientific presentations by clinicians and basic scientists in oral and poster fora.
The Diabetes Nurse Specialist and Dietitians’ Special Interest Group Study Days, including a Podiatry Special Interest Group, Registrar Training Day and Primary Care Day will also be held here.
We are pleased to announce that the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Wellington 6-8 May 2020.
The meeting will be a combination of stimulating presentations, collegial discussions and memorable social events.
The 2021 ASM will be held in Blenheim.
2019 NZSSD Annual Scientific Meeting was held at the Napier Convention Centre on 7-10 May.
The 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting and Annual General Meeting were held at the Distinction Hotel in Hamilton, 1-4 May 2018
Professor Lori Laffel, Joslin Diabetes Centre, Boston, USA
Associate Professor Leigh Perreault, University of Southern California, USA
Dr Matire Harwood GP - Papakura Marae Health Clinic, NZ
Dr Rob Beaglehole, Clinical Dentist - Nelson Marlborough DHB, NZ
Last year's meeting was held in Dunedin 2-5 May 2017
Dr Amanda Adler
Dr Carmel Smart
Dr Roger Chen
Prof. Fergus Cameron
Dr Bryan Betty
Dr Helen Paterson
Dr Brandon Orr-Walker
Reports ACDN report
2016 Reports Treasurer's Report
2015 Reports: Consolidated
2012 Annual General Meeting Reports:
The Physicians' Clinical Weekend
is a valuable learning experience for new and experienced clinicians, with challenging cases being selected for open discussion along with national diabetes issues.
Sponsored by NZMS and Novo Nordisk
The 8th Asia Pacific Congress on Controversies to Consensus in Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension (CODHy AP), co-chaired by Prof. Guang Ning and Prof. Itamar Raz will take place in Shanghai, China on May 9-10, 2020.
The main focus of the CODHy Congress is on unresolved issues, debated by leading world and regional experts. The Congress main goal is to provide the most recent and up to date data for the clinician with reliable scientific information, helping in everyday patient care.
For further information, please visit the website: www.codhy.com/ap<http://www.codhy.com/ap>
A comprehensive list of international diabetes-related conferences can be found at the following website of the Worldwide Initiative for Diabetes Education: