Friday 12th August 2016

1500-1700 Trade Bump In | Clarendon
1700-1800 Welcome Reception |  Tonic Bar, Country Club Tasmania
Welcome Reception proudly sponsored by:hesta

 

Saturday 13th August 2016

0730 Registration | Clarendon
Opening Plenary | Mt Pleasant
0800-0815 Welcoming Remarks | Brian Doyle, Michael Browne, Piaf Redmond, Co-Convenors
0815-0830 Official Opening | Hon Michael Ferguson MP, Minister for Health
0830-0900 Plenary Session: Cardiac arrest systems and survival
Professor Paul Middleton
0900-0930 Plenary Session: Early access to defibrillation program
Garry White, Ambulance Tasmania
0930-1000 Plenary Session: Sedation & pain management in the critically ill
Wayne Varndell
1000-1030 Questions & Panel Discussion
1015-1045 Morning Tea | Clarendon
1045-1115 Plenary Session: “I love methamphetamine”
Dr Gar Chan FACEM & clinical toxicologist
1115-1200 Plenary Session: Peri-mortem c-section and the aftermath
Keith Macqueen and Dr Nicholas Watkins
1200-1300 Lunch  –  “Play with the drill” during the lunch break take a quick opportunity to practice the EZ-IO | Clarendon
1300-1430 Workshops
Franklin Entally Terrace
Ultrasound: Facilitated by Dr John Ang, Dr Brian Doyle, Dr Yogi Tikare and Loretta Scarborough (Support provided by SonoSite) The “Challenging Airway”: Facilitated by Dr Mark Reeves FANZCA and Dr Domhnall Brannigan FACEM Multi-disciplinary Emergency Care simulation: Facilitated by Dr Ray Siauw, Matt Wooler, Carol Scott
1430-1500 Afternoon Tea | Clarendon
1500-1600 Concurrent Sessions
Mt Pleasant Entally Terrace Macquarie  Franklin
Free Papers Free Papers Workshop Workshop Workshop
 1500 Successful hospital-wide intervention reducing ED crowding
Professor Drew Richardson
A focused ultrasound curriculum for students in a regional emergency department: prospective evaluation
Dr John Ang
I need access now! IO is the way to GO
Melinda Rose & Andrea Szelecky (supported by Teleflex)
The IT factor in emergency healthcare: Boon or blight
Wayne Varndell
Ultrasound free-for-all workshop: Biliary, vascular access, cardiac
 1520 Redesigning the ED at RHH……..River Deep Mountain High
The Challenges, insights and successes
Jo Lawler
Four year trends in emergency department presentations in Tasmania
Claire Morley
I need access now! IO is the way to GO
…repeated
 1540 Early impact of reduction in overcrowding on quality measures
Professor Drew Richardson
Why are we waiting? Patients’ perspectives for accessing emergency department services with non-urgent complaints
Maria Unwin
I need access now! IO is the way to GO
…repeated
1600 Concurrent Tasmania Faculty ACEM (Franklin) & CENA (Entally) Branch Meetings
1700 Sessions End
1830 Coaches depart for dinner | Country Club (Level 2, portico entrance near revolving doors)
1900-2230 Conference Dinner | Josef Chromy Winery
Dinner Speaker:
Dr Tony Lawler “A message from El Presidente”
2230 Coaches depart Josef Chromy for Country Club Tasmania

Sunday 14th August 2016 – Clinical Emergency Care

0730 Registration | Clarendon
Plenary | Mt Pleasant
0800-0900 Interactive Best Papers of 2016
Dr Brian Doyle & Dr Mark Reeves
0900-0945 Plenary Session: Critically ill children
Professor Paul Middleton
0945-1030 Plenary Session: “Ask an interventional cardiologist”
Dr Brian Herman
1030-1100 Morning Tea (group photo) | Clarendon

Theme

Emergency care over seas and mountains

1100-1130 Plenary talk: Big old jet airliner – in flight medical emergencies and you!
Michael Browne
1130-1200 International Emergency Care: Emergency care on the frontline; The 2015 West African Ebola outbreak
Professor Scott Parkes
1200-1230 International Emergency Care: “Political humanitarian disaster-training expedition event medicine” AusMAT at the Tour de Timor
Dr Domhnall Brannigan
1230-1330 Barbecue Lunch | Clarendon
Posters | Clarendon Room
1 Effectiveness of nurses plastering and splinting in the Emergency Department: A systematic review of current evidence
Leahanna Stevens
2 Accuracy and use of modified early warning system (MEWS) charts
Aleksandra Trajkovska
3 Accuracy of the EMMA Capnometer. Can a small portable capnometer be used to transport the critically ill?
Khoury Mykkanen