Progressive Goal Attainment Programme Training - Auckland

REGISTER BELOW FOR ONE OF THE PROGRESSIVE GOAL ATTAINMENT PROGRAMME TRAINING WORKSHOPS

WHERE: NEW ZEALAND, NEW ZEALAND
WHEN: 12 September 2010 - 13 September 2010

ACC Workshops Hamilton 8 June 2009

Progressive Goal Attainment Programme Training

ACC are pleased to be able to offer a series of training workshops on the Progressive Goal Attainment Programme (PGAPTM). 

PGAPTM is an evidence based pain disability prevention programme developed from the research of Professor Mick Sullivan of McGill University, Montreal.  PGAPTM is specifically designed to target psychosocial risk factors for pain and disability.  PGAPTM is suitable for clients who have a persistent pain condition, and for whom pain symptoms and psychosocial factors are significant barriers to rehabilitation progress.  PGAPTM services are not intended to replace or alter current medical approaches to treating persistent pain conditions; PGAPTM focuses specifically on managing the disability associated with the injury.

The workshop will cover:

Registrations are welcomed from rehabilitation professionals who are interested in learning more about pain management and/or expanding the clinical tools at their disposal. 

Location Address Date & Time Cost Registration Link
Auckland Rendezvous Hotel
Corner Mayoral Drive & Vincent Street
Auckland
12-13 September 2010
8.30am - 5.00pm
$650.00 REGISTER HERE
Christchurch Christchurch Town Hall
Kilmore Street
Christchurch
17-18 September 2010
8.30am - 5.00pm
 $650.00 REGISTER HERE
Wellington Duxton Hotel
170 Wakefield Street
Te Aro, Wellington
24-25 September 2010
8.30am - 5.00pm
$650.00  REGISTER HERE

 

Progressive Goal Attainment Programme - Refresher Training

ACC are pleased to be able to offer a series of refresher workshops on the Progressive Goal Attainment Programme (PGAPTM).

These workshops will be led by Professor Sullivan and are open to all providers who have previously completed a two day training workshop on PGAPTM or Pain Disability Prevention.  The workshop will review the programme content, assessment tools, updates to research and provide a forum for answering practice specific questions raised by the attendees.

Location Address Date & Time Registration Link
Auckland Heritage Auckland
35 Hobson Street
Auckland
15 September 2010
9.00am - 4.00pm
REGISTER HERE
Christchurch Rydges Christchurch
Corner Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace
Christchurch
20 September 2010
9.00am - 4.00pm
REGISTER HERE
Wellington Duxton Hotel
170 Wakefield Street
Te Aro, Wellington
22 September 2010
9.00am - 4.00pm
REGISTER HERE

 

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