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Department of Psychological Medicine events

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Upcoming events 

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kristy.wilson@otago.ac.nz

Thursday 8 December 2022: Student Research Symposium 2022

Join us for the third annual Department of Psychological Medicine Student Research Symposium, where we’ll be showcasing research from Whanganui-a-tara, Ōtepoti, and Ōtautahi.
Venue: Horne Lecture Theatre, WSB Building, Newtown, Wellington
Time: 8:30am–4:15pm
Please RSVP to Matthew Jenkins
View the abstract booklet and programme (PDF)

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23 September 2021: Mahi Tahi

Enhancing community health and well-being through movement: A one-day wānanga
Venue: Mornington Golf Club, Berhampore, Wellington
Time: 9am to 3pm
More information:
Mahi Tahi wānanga (PDF)

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30 September 2021: Postgraduate Research Symposium

Join us for our second annual postgraduate research symposium.

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24 November 2021: Service Users Academia Mini Symposium

We welcome anyone involved with, interested in, or aspiring to create co-produced and/or service user-led teaching and research initiatives in mental health and addiction.
Save the date notice:
Service Users Academia Mini Symposium (PDF)

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Events archive

Inaugural Psychological Medicine Postgraduate Symposium 2020

Denise Steers thumbDr Denise Steers addresses attendees.

At this inaugural Graduate Research Students Symposium for the Department, prospective, current and past PhD candidates from a range of stages across the PhD journey at Psychological Medicine in Wellington presented their work.

Proceedings of the 2020 Psychological Medicine Postgraduate Research Symposium (PDF)

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Service User Academia Symposium 2019

Symposium graphic thumbRun annually since 2011, the symposium brings service users together with their counterparts and allies to explore service user leadership and co-production in mental health and addiction scholarship, research, education, programs and policy.

View the list of presentations from the 2019 Service User Academia Symposium

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