Our sponsors

The NZRGPN acknowledge and thank the sponsors listed below, without whom the Conference would not be possible.

PechaKucha session sponsor

ACC provides New Zealanders with comprehensive, no-fault personal injury cover. We work closely with businesses and the community, to try to prevent injuries from happening and to make New Zealand a safer place. But when injuries do happen, we’re here to help.

We manage injury claims, coordinate services and work closely with health professionals to help get people back to living their life as quickly as possible.

Keynote speaker sponsor

Te Hiringa Hauora | Health Promotion Agency is an evidence-based health promotion organisation, influencing all sectors that contribute to health and wellbeing. We are a crown entity with a strategy based on three pou – Te Tiriti, Equity and Sustainability. Our work encompasses health promotion focused on achieving equity across all population groups, including improving health outcomes for Māori and Pasifika. Our work spans a range of major health issues including alcohol, minimising gambling harm, mental wellbeing, tobacco control, and child and family health.

Breakfast session sponsor

He Ako Hiringa is a clinical education platform that provides free resources to primary healthcare professionals. Articles, live webinars, videos, data tools and links to other resources are produced with the aim of highlighting and eliminating inequitable access to funded medicines.

Coffee cart | Student Forum | 3x undergraduate nurse scholarships

Founded in 1921 by a group of doctors, MAS is a membership-based insurance and investment company that’s been supporting New Zealand’s health professionals for a century. We’ve come a long way over the past hundred years, and we have big plans for the future.

As well as providing insurance and financial advice, we have always looked for ways to support other aspects of our Members’ personal and professional wellbeing. That’s why we’re proud to be a sponsor of the National Rural Health Conference. As well as keeping conference delegates well-caffeinated, we’re helping three undergraduate nursing students attend the conference by funding their registration, travel and accommodation.

Rural health professionals play an essential part in New Zealand’s health sector. We’re excited to play a role in bringing them together.

Breakfast session and workshop sponsor

One of New Zealand’s leading institutions for teaching and research, the University of Waikato caters for around 12,500 students and 1,500 staff across two vibrant campuses: expansive, leafy grounds in Hamilton and a state-of-the-art campus in downtown Tauranga.

The University is ranked at 375= out of the world’s best 1,000 universities in the QS World University Rankings, and is also globally ranked in 12 subject areas.