Registration is now closed for PRIDoC 2016, please contact otherwise you can register onsite at the conference.

The below rates are in NZ dollars and includes 15% goods and services tax. 

Registration typeEarly-bird
Until 23 September
From 24 September
Member full registration*$950$1100
Non-member full registration$1200$1400
Student registration**$600$600
Day registration $400$400

*Members rates
PRIDoC, the Paciific Region Indigenous Doctors’ Congress, has formal membership from the following jurisdictions. If you are a member of one of the below you are eligible for a members registration rate.

  • Australian Indigenous Doctors Association (AIDA)
  • Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP)
  • ‘Ahahui o nā Kauka  – Association of Native Hawaiian Physicians
  • Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada (IPAC)
  • Medical Association for Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan (MAIPT)
  • Te Ohu Rata o Aotearoa (Te ORA) – Māori Medical Practitioners Association

**Student Registration
To be eligible for a student registration rate you must be an indigenous medical student who is a member of the relevant PRIDoC member organisation.

Student Bursaries
There are bursaries available to Māori students studying in New Zealand, click here for more information.

Registration Inclusions
Full registration and student registration rates include conference catering, welcome to country, cultural evening and the conference dinner. Additional guest tickets can be purchased for the conference social functions through the registration portal.

Day registration includes entry into the conference on the day you have specified, along with conference catering on this day. Tickets to the social functions can be purchased through the registration portal.

Social Function fees

Function typeFull & student registrationsDay registrationsGuest ticket
Welcome to country - 27th NovIncludedN/AAdditional whanau by koha
Cultural evening - 29th NovIncluded$50$50
Conference dinner- 30th NovIncluded$150$150

Families at PRIDoC
PRIDoC is a family friendly whanau and if you are visiting from afar and considering coming to Congress this year but wondering what capacity there might be for child care whilst you attend sessions, the organising committee have done some thinking about this and would be keen to discuss your needs and how we can best support you to come and to be comfortable whilst you are here. Please email to discuss your needs.