Important notes:

If successful, recipients of NZHPA awards will:

  1. Provide a written report that is suitable for publication in the NZHPA newsletter, plus a photo of themselves to the NZHPA Executive, within 90 days of completion of the activity associated with the award
  2. Consent to details of their award being shared with other NZHPA members especially in relation to, but not limited to, requests to present at events, contribute to future resources and be available to be contacted by another member regarding the specific knowledge or skills gained.
  3.  Award money is paid out retrospectively, after attendance at your conference/course/event on submission of an Expense Claim form, within 90 days of the last day of the conference/event, along with receipts (‘Tax Invoices”) for the appropriate expenses and provision of the written report.

 The requirements of an award may be modified by the Executive.

Guidance on preparing the Award Report

  • Aim for around 500 words.
  • Include your name, a photo, your organisation and contact email.
  • Briefly outline the purpose of your award application and details of the conference attended/sites visited etc
  • If applicable describe your involvement such as oral presentation, poster or workshop presented
  • Provide webpage links to the conference programme, handbook etc where available
  • Choose two to three sessions, themes or areas of practice that you feel stood out and would be most relevant or interesting to NZHPA members. Write about these in sufficient detail so members can learn something from your report.
  • Acknowledge NZHPA and the award sponsor as appropriate

Award Application Form - members only

Which Award are you applying for?
NZHPA awards do not generally cover the full cost of attendance. If successful, and additional funding is required will you be:


If your application is successful, NZHPA is required to submit to Roche the name of applicant, event supported and value of the award.

By submitting this application form, you authorise NZHPA to provide this information to Roche on an annual basis.’