Upcoming TTM Events
Mātauranga Māori: Manaaki Sessions for Clinicians and Researchers 4th August 7pm, Online The manaaki sessions are a safe online space for both Māori and non-Māori to participate in open discussions around our understandings and experiences of Te Tiriti, exploring how we act as partners and in the application of research and clinical work. All welcome to attend as many sessions as you like. There is no preparation, registration, or homework required. Find the manaaki session schedule and instructions to join here. Feel free to contact Misty directly for more information: email@example.com
Future Leaders: Māori Cultural Competency workshops for ECRs Series 1: Monday 15th August and Wednesday 17th August Series 2: Monday 17th October and Thursday 20th October This is a short Māori cultural competency series designed for early- to mid- career researchers and clinicians in healthtech development and brain research areas across Aotearoa. Workshop outline and registration information are in the links above.
Commercial Translation: Demystifying Quality and Regulatory workshop Thursday 8th September 9am - 3pm This workshop for individuals/groups interested in commercialising their medical device to understand the concepts of regulatory strategy and quality management, and how to implement these critical aspects in the commercialisation journey. This is an interactive workshop with opportunities to break out into groups to work on real world examples. Places are limited. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other highlights of interest
TTM Clinical Expert Advisory Group: Contact the clinical translation module if you need connections to clinicians or help with clinical trial design and recruitment. Reach out to email@example.com to connect to this national network of experts.
Digital Health Week 2022, the largest digital health conference in NZ, is on 10-16th October. Paper submissions to participate is open - https://digitalhealthweek.co/
If you have queries or feedback to share, please contact the Te Tītoki Mataora (TTM) team.