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NZ Resus 2022

The New Zealand Resuscitation Council is excited to announce our next in person scientific meeting, NZ Resus 2022. 

NZ Resus 2022 will be held in Wellington on 16-17 September 2022.

The themes will be Te hiranga, te manahau me te ahurea. Excellence, resilience & culture. 

This meeting will be an opportunity to reconnect and share the latest developments in resuscitation and first aid in a New Zealand and global context. 

NZ Resus 2022 will be held at the Wharewaka Function Centre on Wellington's Waterfront. 

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The conference is now at full capacity. If you wish to go on a waiting list please email 

The registration fee includes:

  • Entrance to all conference sessions
  • Lunches, morning and afternoon teas
  • Welcome Reception on 16 September 2022



(GST exclusive)

Non-medical registration is for: nurses, midwives, paramedics, first aid instructors, students

  • Non-medical NZ Resuscitation Council Instructor (CORE, NLS, ECI)               $500.00
  • Non-medical non-NZ Resuscitation Council Instructor                                    $600.00               
  • Medical NZ Resuscitation Council Instructor (CORE, NLS, ECI)                         $900.00
  • Medical non-NZ Resuscitation Council Instructor                                              $1,000.00
  • Partner/Guest – Welcome Reception only                                                           $65.00

Online registration will close 31 August 2022. After that date please email if you wish to register.

By registering for NZ Resus 2022 you are agreeing with our conference terms and conditions 

If you wish you invoice to be addressed to a District Health Board please ensure you enter a valid purchase order number at the time of registration. 

Register for NZ Resus 2022


Call for Abstracts


We are calling for abstracts for oral and poster presentation at NZ Resus 2022 - Te hiranga, te manahau me te ahurea. Excellence, resilience, and culture.

Your abstract should be no longer than 400 words and should outline the aims and content of the presentation. Please ensure your abstract contains a comprehensive description of the results.  Abstracts are to be submitted by Sunday 3 July 2022.


Important Dates

Closing date for abstracts: Sunday 3 July 2022
Authors notified of acceptance: Friday 29 July 2022
Registration Closes: Wednesday 31 August 2022


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