Auckland Regional Meeting 2022



Tui Glen Centre, 2 Claude Brookes Drive, Henderson, Auckland


Saturday 19th February 2022, 9 am – 4 pm


$30pp (includes morning tea and light lunch)

Please Register below by Wednesday 16.02.2022

Come along and meet neurologists Drs Gareth Parry, Dean Kilfoyle and Chris Lynch and physiotherapist Dr Suzie Mudge, all members of the group’s Medical Advisory Board, and say hello to Doug Young, the President and other members of the Board of Trustees of the group. The venue is wheelchair friendly, has plenty of parking  and requires everyone to scan in and show their vaccination passes for entry.

There will be short presentations about the latest developments in GBS/CIDP/variants, treatments and management, followed by break-out sessions, led by the presenters on each of these areas. The afternoon will be an open forum, giving attendees the chance to ask the doctors questions about general or personal issues of concern or interest in an informal atmosphere.

This will be the first meeting of its kind in the Auckland region, and you are encouraged to attend to take advantage of this opportunity to hear from and question some of the top medical experts in the country on our syndrome.


9.15 –  9.30 am Welcome Doug Young
9.30  – 10.00 am GBS update Dean Kilfoyle
10.00 -10.30 am    Fatigue                Suzie Mudge
10.30 – 11.00 am     Morning tea/coffee
11.00 – 11.30 am     CIDP and variants Gareth Parry
11.30 – 12.30 pm Break out groups: 4 Dean: GBS-Acute/MF/PCB
Suzie: Fatigue
Chris Lynch: CIDP/Long Term Issues Sub Q
Gareth: Variants/MMN/ATAXI
12.30 – 14.00 pm Buffet Lunch
14.00 – 14.15 pm NEURO CONNECTION    Tom Hoey
14.15 – 16.00 pm ish Panel discussion          Gareth, Dean, Suzie, Chris
16.00 pm Closing                Doug Young

Register your interest:

    Cost per person: $30 (includes morning tea and light lunch)

    You can pay by either:


    Internet Banking:

    A/C No: 15-3949-0339362-00

    Please ensure you include your surname in the reference box


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