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Don't miss out on the leading event for the integrative medicine community in Australasia!

When:  Friday 18th and Saturday 19th November 2022

Where: Auckland University of Technology in central Auckland, New Zealand

Ticket prices: AIMA Members $450, Non-members $550, Students $120 (includes full catering)

The AIMA Conference 2022 is epic!  We've got fantastic speakers talking on interesting topics, a program that embeds community-building, encourages connection, entertains, and nourishes your body, mind, and spirit. You can chat with some of the leading health and wellness suppliers in the industry, enjoy drinks and delicious nibbles at the fabulous cocktail party, and pop in for free harmonising sessions if you wish!

Prepare to be inspired and re-invigorate your passion for integrative medicine and the ways it can be used to prevent and manage chronic and complex diseases.

You don't want to miss this!

 
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2022 AIMA CONFERENCE
Student essay competition winners

As part of the 2022 AIMA Conference, we ran a Student Essay Competition inviting students to submit a 300-500 word essay on the topic “What are the key advantages to developing an integrative care team and how would you go about establishing these relationships”. We were thrilled with the responses and have managed to select our three winners below.

Congratulations go to:

  1. Anina van der Walt – AUT Health Science Student
  2. Susan Eckert – South Pacific College of Natural Medicine Naturopathy Student
  3. Nico Calderón-Hunt – Auckland University Medical Student

Each winner will receive:

  • a free ticket to the 2022 AIMA NZ Conference
  • a range of books from our sponsors/speakers
  • a $200 cash prize!
To read the winning essy by Anina van der Walt, click here.

If you are a student and have missed out on the essay competition, tickets are available to purchase at a discounted student rate of $120 from https://events.humanitix.com/2022-aima-conference

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Disclaimer: The information contained in this newsletter is intended to provide accurate and helpful health information for the general public. The information should not be considered complete and does not cover all diseases, ailments, physical conditions and/or their treatment. It should not be used in place of a call or visit to a medical, health or other competent professional, who should be consulted before adopting any of the suggestions in this newsletter or drawing inferences from it. Please note that the views expressed within are the presenters own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association.

 
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