WHTA - Women's Health Training Associates Pty Ltd

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Research Update Auckland 
Friday 23rd - Saturday 24th August 2019

An event not to be missed! Tickets will be limited so early enrolment is encouraged.

Join us for two days of lectures providing updates on the most recent research and developments in the area of female pelvic floor dysfunction as it relates to Women's Health Physiotherapy.

This is a fully catered event and will be held at

Adina Apartment Hotel Auckland Britomart

2 Tapora Street

Auckland 1010


Includes attendance at all lectures

Conference manual with all powerpoint slides

Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea

Super Early Bird (before 28th Feb)

Early Bird            (before 30th April)

Standard Fee      (before 30th June)

Late Enrolment   (30th Jun - 7th Aug) 

WHTA Members






Non-Member prices are all $50 higher than Member prices


(to be finalised)

Fri 23rd August 

8.30am - 10.30am:         Stress Urinary Incontinence Update

10.30am - 10.50am:       MORNING TEA

10.50am - 12.50pm:       Pelvic Organ Prolapse Update

12.50pm - 1.30pm:         LUNCH

1.30pm - 3.30pm:          Surgeries, Pessaries, Mesh Complications 

                                      The Multidisciplinary Approach to SUI & POP

3.30pm - 3.50pm:          AFTERNOON TEA

3.50pm - 5.30pm:          Professional Issues in WH Physiotherapy

                                      Emotional Burnout, Mentorship, 

                                      Credentialling, Titling & Insurance -  Where is Australia going with this? The cross  

                                      country relevance

SATURDAY 24th August

08.30am - 10.30am:       Overactive Bladder Update

10.30am - 10.50am:       MORNING TEA

10.50am - 12.50pm:      Chronic Pelvic Pain 

                                      Overactive Pelvic Floor Disorders Update

12.50pm - 1.30pm:        LUNCH 

1.30pm - 3.30pm:          Exercise, Sport & the Pelvic Floor Update

3.30pm - 3.50pm:          AFTERNOON TEA

3.50pm - 5.00pm:          Case studies