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2014 HiNZ Conference Follow Up

The plenary speaker presentations and video can be viewed - click here.

2015 HiNZ Conference in Christchurch

The 2015 HiNZ Conference is in Christchurch at Wigram Air Force Museum. Put the dates in your diary now! 19-22 October 2015. For information about exhibition & sponsorshop opportunities download the prospectus

Health Hackathon Feb 2015

Health Hackathon: Solving Self-care
6pm Friday 13 Feb to 3pm Sunday 15 Feb 2015

FREE - Register Now

Registrations are now open for Health Hackathon in February at the University of Auckland Tamaki campus. Places are filling up fast so don't delay!

What happens at a Hackathon? The objective is to explore and develop technology solutions in response to the problem of self-care for long term health issues.

Bring along your ideas, your computer (or tablet or other useful devices) and work on solutions together. Meet new people, learn new skills and enjoy the challenge of participating in a Hackathon. On Friday evening 13 February you’ll get an opportunity to pitch your idea (and hear the ideas of others) then you collect a team for the weekend’s work, or become a member of someone’s team. There will be experts and mentors and academics to help you work through the difficult bits or to challenge your thinking during the weekend. On Sunday 15 February a judging panel will announce the winner.

Who should be there? Software developers, clinicians, health service managers, people with long term health issues, and anyone who is interested in solving this problem.

READ MORE or REGISTER NOW - it's free to attend


Questions? Email Dr Karen Day

New Jobs Page

Looking for a job? Go to our new jobs tab to see what's currently available.

NZ Focus for Pulse+IT October issue

The October 2014 issue of Pulse+IT magazine is dedicated to all things New Zealand. It includes an article on the transformation of HiNZ.

Read online edition

Read  print edition