Program

Draft Scientific Program Structure

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018

Timeslot

MR 1

MR 2

MR 3

MR 10

0800 – 1200

ACEM New Fellows Workshop

10.15am – 12.30pm
Ultrasound Masterclass – Vascular Access and Essential ED Ultrasound Guided Nerve Blocks

Paediatric Emergency Procedures Workshop

Acupuncture in Emergency Medicine and Acute Pain

1300 – 1700

1.30pm – 3.45pm
Ultrasound Masterclass –Ultrasound Guided Procedures in ED – Cricothyroid Puncture, Thoracentesis and Joint Effusion Detection and Aspiration

Advanced Wound Repair and Hand Injury Workshop

Palliative and End of Life Care Workshop

 

SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2018

Timeslot

Riverside Theatre

Boardrooms 1, 3 and 4

MR 9

MR 11

0800 – 1000

Toxicology Workshop

Paediatric Emergency Medicine Radiology Workshop

Clinical Supervisors Workshop

Morning Tea

1030 – 1300

Toxicology Workshop

Stabilisation and Preparation for Transportation of the Sick Child or Neonate

Clinical Supervisors Workshop

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1430 – 1530

Afternoon Tea (AGM, College Ceremony and Families)

1500 1800

Riverside Theatre

1500 – 1515 ACEM AGM
1530 – 1800 COLLEGE CEREMONY

 

ACEM @ 35 YEARS

 

TOM HAMILTON ORATION
Prof Diana Egerton-Warburton

1830 – 2030

WELCOME RECEPTION

STATE RECEPTION CENTRE, KINGS PARK

 

MONDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2018

0900 – 1030 OPENING PLENARY

Riverside Theatre

0900 – 0945 WELCOME, INTRODUCTION & WELCOME TO COUNTRY
‘Welcome to the Edge’

Hosted by Dr Michelle Johnston
0945 – 1030 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

‘On the Edge of Change’
A/Prof Anna Holdgate

1030 – 1115

Morning Tea

Pavilion 1

1115 – 1230

PATIENTS ON THE EDGE

DIAGNOSTIC ERROR

HEALTH PRACTITIONER INCLUSION & WELFARE

INTERACTIVE – TRAUMA

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

Chair

1115 – 1145
Novel Psychoactive Substances, Metamphetamine and the WISE Study
Dr David McCutcheon

1115 – 1230
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Dr Carmel Crock
Dr Kim Hansen

1115 – 1200
Diversity and Inclusion Project Update
Dr Simon Judkins

Challenging Trauma Resuscitation – Case Vignettes

1115 – 1134
A Catastrophic Fall
Dr Kevin Lai

1134 – 1153
Paediatric Damage Control Resuscitation; Same-Same but Different!
Dr Stuart Lewena

1153 – 1212
Shock Trauma Resuscitation; Meaningful Interventions
A/Prof Joseph Mathew

1212 – 1230
Swiss Cheese Model of Trauma
Dr Matthew Klan

1145 – 1200
Restrictive Interventions in Victorian Emergency Departments: What is Really Going On?
A/Prof Jonathan Knott

1200 – 1215
An Exploration of Work Stressors amongst Multidisciplinary Emergency Department Staff:
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of a Multisite Cross-Sectional Survey
Dr Frances Kinnear

1200 – 1230
“They’re Dropping Like Flies”, The Outbreak of Synthetic Cannabis Deaths in New Zealand
Dr Paul Quigley

1215 – 1230
An Exploration of Burnout and Coping Styles amongst Multidisciplinary Emergency Department Staff: Quantitative Analysis of a Multisite Cross-Sectional Survey
Dr Frances Kinnear

1230 – 1330

Lunch

1330 – 1500

WILL THIS IMAGING SESSION CHANGE MY PRACTICE?

SURGERY/TRAUMA

INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE

INTERACTIVE – EXAMS

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

Chair

Dr Ngaire Caruso

1330 – 1345
Spontaneous Pneumothorax Assessment and Management
Prof Simon Brown

1330 – 1400
Current Trends in Management of Epistaxis
Dr Mani Rajee

1330 – 1500
ACEM International Development Fund Grant: Lessons Learnt
Dr Michael Downes
Dr Hanh Pham
Dr Anselm Wong
Dr Alan Tankel

1330 – 1500
ACEM’s New Fellowship Exam – A Cutting Edge Discriminator?
Dr Don Liew
Dr Simon Judkins
A/Prof Wayne Hazell
Professor Stephen Dunjey
Dr Amie Beattie
Dr Benjamin Lasscock
Lyn Johnson

 

 

 

1345 – 1445
Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine
Dr James Rippey

1400 – 1430
Perimortem Cesarean Section in Helicopter EMS setting
Dr Eric Vaughan

1445 – 1500
The Impact of CT Head Scans on ED Management and Length of Stay in Patients Presenting with Bizarre Behavior
Dr Pearlly Ng

 

1430 – 1445
Clinical Decision Rules in Cervical Spine Injury: A Prospective Study in a Paediatric Trauma Centre
Dr Natalie Phillips

1445 – 1500
Process Quality Indicators to Measure the Quality of Care for Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Emergency Department
Kirsten Strudwick

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

1530 – 1700

RESUSCITATION SCIENCE

RETRIEVAL & PREHOSPITAL

EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

INTERACTIVE – GLOBAL HEALTH

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

Chair

1530 – 1600
Resuscitation – Is my Practice New or Old? Will the Forgotten Return?
A/Prof Eillyne Seow

1530 – 1600
PHaRMer Wants a Life
A/Prof Stefan Mazur

1530 – 1600
Medicine at the Top of the World
Dr Sophie Wallace

1530 – 1700
Around the Globe
Dr Georgina Philips

 

 

1600 – 1630
Important Resuscitation Trials and AUSROC
Prof Judith Finn

1600 – 1615
Does Direct Helicopter Retrieval Improve Survival for Severely Injured Trauma Patients from Rural Locations?
David Ford

1600 – 1630
Heat Illness – New Insights & Therapies
Prof Ian Rogers

1630 – 1645
The Efficacy of Current Preoxygenation Strategies During Rapid Sequence Intubation in the Emergency Department
Dr Matthew Oliver

1615 – 1630
The SHARC Trial: A Prehospital First Aid Technique for Life Threatening Lower Limb Haemorrhage
Dr Nick Taylor

1630 – 1700
Tactical Emergency Medicine and Facial Trauma
Dr Eric Vaughan

 

1645 – 1700
A Prospective Evaluation of the “C.O.A.C.H.E.D.” Cognitive Aid for Emergency Defibrillation
Dr Andrew Coggins

1630 – 1700
High Performance, High Impact CPR
Dr Paul Bailey

1700 + FOUNDATION LECTURE
Prof Tom Calma AO

Riverside Theatre

 

TUESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2018

0730 – 0830 SPONSORED BREAKFAST TBC

Riverview 4

0830 – 0900 Plenary Session

Riverside Theatre

0830 – 0900 FELLOW’S BEST PAPERS
0830 – 0845 Lignocaine/Phenylephrine Nasal Spray does not Reduce Pain and Distress of Nasogastric Tube Insertion in Young Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Dr Simon Craig
0845 – 0900 Restricted Fluid Resuscitation in Sepsis Associated Hypotension (REFRESH); A Prospective, Multicentre, Clinical Feasibility Trial
Dr Stephen Macdonald
0900 – 0930 President’s Half Hour
Dr Simon Judkins
0930 – 1015 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: ‘On the Edge of Burnout’
Dr Ken Milne
1015 – 1045

Morning Tea

Pavilion 1

1045 – 1245

 

SEPSIS

MEDICATION COMPLICATIONS

SYSTEMS IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE

INTERACTIVE – ECGs

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

M8

Chair

Dr Stephen Macdonald

1045 – 1105
Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in Sepsis – Is this the Future?
Dr Amith Shetty

1045 – 1115
The Power of the Anecdote – Anticoagulation Complications in my Emergency Department
Dr Sarah Jones

1045 – 1115
Personalised Discharge Information for Patients: A New Approach Using Technology
Dr Matthew Anstey
Dr Sarah Doyle
Dr James Rippey

1045 – 1245
The Big Quiz of Emergency Medicine ECG’s
Dr John Larkin

1105 – 1125
Fluid Volume in Sepsis Resuscitation
Prof Gerben Keijzers

1115 – 1145
The Label of Antibiotic-Allergy: Are we Denying our Children Optimal Care?
Dr Kristina Rueter

1115 – 1145
Scribes in Emergency Medicine: A Multi-Centre, Randomised Trial Evaluating the Impact of Scribes on Emergency Doctor Productivity and Patient Throughput
Dr Katie Walker

1125 – 1145
Challenging Assumptions in Paediatric Sepsis
Dr Elliot Long

1145 – 1200
Bad Bugs and Wrong Drugs: Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescribing in the Emergency Department
Dr Kerina Denny

1145 – 1215
Rural Telehealth
Dr Justin Yeung

1145 – 1205
Smart Sepsis – Integration of Microbiological Testing to Improve Care
Dr Vida Wardhana & Hazel Inglis

1200 – 1215
Impact of an Opioid Reduction Initiative on ED Opioid Prescribing Practices
Rukhsana Hossain

1215 – 1230
Digital Transformation of the Emergency Department-Inpatient Interface (EDii): Integration for Innovation
Dr Andrew Staib

1205 – 1220
Beta-Blockers’ Effect on Levels of Lactate (BeLLa)
Dr Jonathan Chan

1215 – 1245
Anticoagulation Reversal
Dr Steve Dunjey

1230 – 1245
Systems of Emergency Care Around the World.  Have we got it Right?
Dr John Bonning

1220 – 1235
Blood Cultures in the Emergency Department: Evaluation of Clinical Predictive Rules
Rachelle Lee

1235 – 1245
Sepsis Q&A

1245 – 1330

Lunch

Pavilion 1

1330 – 1500

GERIATRICS

ACCESS BLOCK

CULTURAL SAFETY

INTERACTIVE – RESEARCH

PROVOCATIVE THINKERS

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

M8

Chair

Dr Nemat Al Saba

1330 – 1500
“Just in Case …” Clinical Conundrums in Common GEM Presentations
Dr Ellen Burkett
Dr David Fletcher
Dr John Lewis
Dr Lucy Kilshaw

1330 – 1500
A Decade Since the Access Block Summit: Where are we now?
Prof Drew Richardson

1330 – 1500
Cultural Safety for Indigenous Patients is Over the Edge Without Indigenous Doctors
Dr Nicole Liesis

1330 – 1345
Introducing the ACEM Clinical Trials Network
Dr Gina Watkins

1330 – 1355
Time Travel in the Emergency Department
Prof Daniel Fatovich

1345 – 1500
Undertaking Research in the Emergency Department – A Session for Junior and not so Junior Researchers

Chair: A/Prof Ed Oakley

Panel: Effective Research in ED – Q&I for Researchers

Dr Stephen Macdonald
A/Prof Meredith Borland
Prof David Taylor
Dr Rachel Sills
A/Prof Jonathan Knott

1355 – 1420
The Good Life: Reflections of an Atypical FACEM
Dr Marianne Cannon

1420 – 1445
On the Other Side of the Curtain
Dr Deepak Chohan

1445 – 1500
Deliberate Clinical Inertia
Dr Gerben Keijzers

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

Pavilion 1

1530 – 1700

TRAUMA

PAEDIATRICS

RESUS TECHNOLOGY

INTERACTIVE – MENTORING

ACEM INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS PRESENTATIONS

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

M8

Chair

1530 – 1600
Abdominal Trauma in Kids; Who, How, What, When of Injury and Management
A/Prof Warwick Teague

1600 – 1630
Trauma In the Elderly; Best Evidence Based Management
A/Prof Anthony Joseph

1630 – 1700
Thromboelastography – Introduction into a Trauma Service: Benefits and Evidence
A/Prof Daniel Ellis

1530 – 1600
How Good is Our Care? Measuring Quality in the Paediatric Emergency Department
A/Prof Meredith Borland
A/Prof Ed Oakley

1530 – 1600
Echocardiography in Emergency Medicine
Dr Ash Mukherjee

1530 – 1700
Mentoring on the Edge – Starting the Journey and Embracing the Challenge
Dr Maddi Howard
Dr Melanie Rule
Dr Nicole Liesis
Dr Sanjay Valand

1530 – 1700
ACEM International Scholars Presentations
Karen Eastwood

Dr Duncan Sengiromo
(Papua New Guinea)

Dr Kago Thuto Mokute
(Botswana)

Dr Maung Wunna
(Myanmar)

Dr Htet Htet Win
(Myanmar)

Dr Masum Poudel
(Nepal)

Dr Happitiya Ariyasinghe
 (Sri Lanka)

1600 – 1630
Everything Old is Young Again – “Front of House” Care in Paediatric Emergency
Dr John Cheek

1600 – 1615
Vascular Access Decisions in the Emergency Department; A Tale of Three Types of Failure. Results from an Observational Clinical Trial
Dr Peter Carr

1630 – 1645
Knowledge Translation Intervention for Emergency Department Staff on Child Life Therapy Strategies to Improve Children’s Experience of Intravenous Cannulation
Claudia Saab

1615 – 1630
Evaluation of Central Venous Access with Accelerated Seldinger Technique versus Modified Seldinger Technique
Dr Lane Thaut

1645 – 1700
Delayed Presentations to Emergency Departments in Children with Head Injury: A PREDICT Study
A/Prof Meredith Borland

1630 – 1645
Emergency Physician Bedside Echocardiographic Identification of Left Ventricular Diastolic Dysfunction
Jefferson Drapkin

1645 – 1700
Fibbing or Failing? Point-of-Care Echocardiography (ECHO) in Cardiac Arrest: A Descriptive Study of Practice in South-East Queensland
Dr Balvinder Grewal

1800 – 2100 Trainee Social Function

Bob’s Bar, Print Hall

1830 – 2230 International Emergency Medicine College (IEMnet) Dinner

Gazette, Print Hall

 

WEDNESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2018

0730 – 0830 SPONSORED BREAKFAST TBC

Riverview 4

0830 – 0945 Plenary Session

Riverside Theatre

0830 – 0900 FELLOW’S BEST PAPERS
0830 – 0845 Can an Observational Pain Assessment Tool Improve Time to Analgesia for Cognitively Impaired Older Persons? A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial
A/Prof Glenn Arendts
0845 – 0900 Virtual Reality for Paediatric Needle Procedural Pain: Two Randomised Clinical Trials
Dr Simon Craig
0900 – 0945

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: ‘On the Edge of Artificial Intelligence’
Dr Martin Than
0945 – 1030

Morning Tea

Pavilion 1

1030 – 1230

PAEDIATRICS

AGING AND END OF LIFE

CLIMATE CHANGE

INTERACTIVE – WELLNESS

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

Chair

Dr Alex Tzannes

Answering the Answered and Unanswered Questions in Paediatrics. An Overview by the Paediatric Research in Emergency Department International Collaborative (PREDICT)

1030 – 1100
Finding the Balance between Holding on and Letting go
A/Prof Anna Holdgate

1030 – 1230
Climate Change a Medical Emergency
John Nairn
Prof Gerry FitzGerald
Prof Kingsley Faulkner AM

Panel Discussion

Facilitator: Dr Michele Johnstone

Prof Kingsley Faulkner AM
John Nairn
Prof Gerry FitzGerald
Dr Simon Judkins
Dr Kimberley Humphrey
Dr Omar Khorshid
Trainee Member TBA

1030 – 1230
Wellbeing in EM – Translating Ideas in Action
Dr Bethany Bouton
A/Prof Andrew Dean
Dr Alex Markwell
Dr Melanie Rule

1030 – 1045
Outcomes from the Global Delphi Studies
Dr Simon Craig

1100 – 1115
What are Goals-of-Care Conversations in Emergency Medicine and why Should we Care?
Jennifer Hanning

Dissemination of New Knowledge

1045 – 1105
The Bronchiolitis Story – From RCTs to Guidelines and Knowledge Translation
Prof Stuart Dalziel

1105 – 1125
Developing a National Head Injury Guideline
Prof Franz Babl

1125 – 1145
Phenytoin vs Levetiracetam –  ConSEPT: Convulsive Status Epilepticus Paediatric Trial
Prof Stuart Dalziel

1115 – 1145
Lighting a Candle on the Darkest of Nights: Re-Thinking the Roll of the ED in Organ and Tissue Donation
Dr Martin Dutch

1145 – 1200
Clinical Outcomes and Cost Analysis of a Brief Intervention for the Prevention of Falls in the Emergency Department
Mrs Kristie Harper

Studies on the Horizon
 
1145 – 1200
Epinephrine and Dexamethasone for Bronchiolitis
Prof Stuart Dalziel

1200 – 1215
Two Global Paediatric Emergency Studies Over the Horizon: TXA in Trauma and Fluid Resuscitation in Sepsis
Prof Franz Babl

12.15 – 1230
Panel Discussion

Facilitator: A/Prof Meredith Borland

1200 – 1215
Repeat Ambulance use by Older People was Significantly Associated with Higher Subsequent Mortality
Dr Hideo Tohira

1215 – 1230
Comparison of Effectiveness of Two Post-Emergency Department Discharge Multidisciplinary Care Bundles in Singapore in Reducing Acute Hospital Admissions for the Elderly
Dr Colin Ong

1230 – 1330

Lunch

Pavilion 1

1330 +

Wellbeing Afternoon Activities

Offsite

1900 – 2400

Gala Dinner

BelleVue Ballroom

 

THURSDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2018

0730 – 0830 SPONSORED BREAKFAST TBC

Riverview 4

0830 – 0945 Plenary Session

Riverside Theatre

0830 – 0900 FELLOW’S BEST PAPERS
0830 – 0845 Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial of Droperidol and Ondansetron for Adult Emergency Department Patients with Nausea: Demonstration of a New Outcome Measure
A/Prof Robert Meek
0845 – 0900 Impact of Nurse Practitioner Care in Residential Aged Care Facilities on ED Transfers: A Randomised Trial
A/Prof Glenn Arendts
0900 – 0945 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: ‘On the Edge of Certainty’
A/Prof Eillyne Seow
0945 – 1030

Morning Tea

Pavilion 1

1030 – 1230 

CARDIOLOGY-RESPIRATORY NOW

NEW RESEARCH – FREE PAPERS

EMERGENCY MEDICINE TRAINING

INTERACTIVES –PROFESSIONALISM

INTERACTIVE – PATIENT EQUALITY

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

M7

Chair

1030 – 1100
State-of-the-Art Investigation of Patients with Possible ACS in the ED
Dr Martin Than

1030 – 1045
Vomiting with Head Trauma and Risk of Traumatic Brain Injury
A/Prof Meredith Borland

1030 – 1130
 The Future Emergency Medicine Workforce – What will it Look Like
Dr Simon Judkins

1030 – 1130
Implementing the MBA Professional Performance Framework
Dr Alex Markwell

1030 – 1200
On the Edge of Clinical Practice: All Patients are not Equal
Dr Nicole Liesis

1100 – 1130
Hypertensive Hypotension – Silent and Deadly
Dr Ash Mukherjee

1045 – 1100
Forehead Thermometers and Infants – The Device is Hot, the Baby maybe not
Dr Conor Davis

1130 – 1200
Medical Student Learning in the Pre-Hospital Environment; An Untapped Resource?
Dr Samuel Bulford

1130 – 1145
Association of Time-to-Scan with Result in CT Pulmonary Angiography
Prof Drew Richardson

1100 – 1115
A Randomized Trial Comparing the Combination of Intravenous Lidocaine and Ketorolac to Either Analgesics Alone for ED Renal Colic Patients
Mahlaqa Butt

1200 – 1215
Emergency Medicine Residents’ Acquisition of Knowledge of Point of Care Ultrasound and Satisfaction with Flipped Classroom Pedagogy
Dr Ahmed Hamdi Ibrahim

1145 – 1200
Comparison of Wells and YEARS Clinical Decision Rules with D-dimer for Low Risk Pulmonary Embolus Patients
Dr Christopher Mclenachan

1115 – 1130
Analgesic Administration for Patients with Renal Colic Before and After an Opioid Reduction Initiative
Mahlaqa Butt

1215 – 1230
Assessing a Doctor you Have Never Worked With
Dr Daithi De Baroid

1200 – 1215
Paediatric Intubation in Australian and New Zealand Emergency Departments: How, Whom, When and Why, and are there Improvement Opportunities?
Dr Nicole Ghedina

1130 – 1145
Defining and Validating a Metric for ED Crowding: A Systematic Review
A/Prof Peter Jones

1130 – 1230
From Intent to Action – Choosing Wisely Australia
Dr Matthew Anstey
Dr Simon Judkins

1215 – 1230
Effect of the Introduction of C-MAC Videolaryngoscopy on First-Pass Intubation Success Rates for Emergency Medicine Registrars
Dr Stephanie Mackie

1145 – 1200
A Mixed Method Study to Assess the Impact of NEAT on ED Performance
Dr Roberto Forero

1200 – 1215
The Impact of 4 Hour/NEAT Policy and Outcomes for Patients with Mental Health Problems Presenting to ED
Dr Roberto Forero

1215 – 1230
Getting a Little FIESTY – Fibrinogen Replacement in Paediatric Trauma
Dr Shane George

1230 – 1330

Lunch

Pavilion 1

1330 – 1500

 

NEUROLOGY NOW

NEW RESEARCH – FREE PAPERS

GLOBAL EMERGENCY CARE

INTERACTIVE – FESTIVAL OF DANGEROUS IDEAS

METRO/RURAL DIVIDE

Room

Riverside Theatre

M1 & M2

M3

Riverview 4

M7

Chair

1330 – 1400
Evidence Based Management of Stroke and SAH
Dr Ken Milne

1330 – 1345
Temporal Trends in the Publication of Emergency Medicine Original Research
Jesse Smith

1330 – 1500
Progressing Global Emergency Care
Dr Gerard O’Reilly

1330 – 1500
Over the Edge: Festival of Dangerous Ideas in Emergency Medicine
Dr Nicole Liesis

1330 – 1500
The Great Debate
Metro and Rural FACEMs – We are all the Same
Dr Simon Judkins
Dr Niall Small
Tim Baker
A/Prof Sally McCarthy

1400 – 1430
The Real World of Endovascular Stroke Treatment in a Tertiary Hospital
Dr James Winton

1345 – 1400
Utility of Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphate Testing in the Emergency Department
Prof David Taylor

1430 – 1500
Working Towards Predicting Post-Concussion Syndrome in the ED
Prof Lindy Fitzgerald

1400 – 1415
Determination of the Best Early Warning Scores to Predict Important Outcomes among Emergency Department Patients
Prof David Taylor

1415 – 1430
Using ED Data to Reduce Alcohol Harm: Results from the First Six Months of Intervention with the Driving Change Project
Prof Diana Egerton-Warburton

1430 – 1445
A Retrospective Study of the Predictive Value of Haematuria and Hydronephrosis in Suspected Renal Colic in the Emergency Department
Dr Jarel Saw

1445 – 1500
A Human Factors Engineering Multimodal Intervention Results in Sustained Reduction in Idle Peripheral Intravenous Cannula Insertions in the ED
Zheng Jie Lim

1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea

Pavilion 1

1530 – 1645 EVIDENCE & PRACTICE VARIATION
Room Riverside Theatre
Evidence and Practice Variation
Facilitator: Dr Peter Jones
A/Prof Anna Holdgate
A/Prof Eillyne Seow
Dr Ken Milne
Dr Martin Than
1645 – 1700 Plenary Session

Riverside Theatre

PRIZE PRESENTATION

ASM 2019 HOBART

2019 WINTER SYMPOSIUM ROTORUA

CLOSING REMARKS
Dr Peter Allely & Dr Simon Judkins

This program is subject to change.

The ACEM ASM 2018 Scientific Program is currently being finalised. It will be wide ranging and varied, with themes that we have already identified and intend to include being:

  • Knowledge Translation & Decision Making
  • Resuscitation Science
  • Resuscitation Technology
  • Neurology Now
  • Cardiology Now
  • Trauma Care Now
  • Poisons & Venoms
  • Medicolegal Challenges
  • Environmental Extremes
  • At the End of Life
  • Practice Variation
  • Sepsis is Changing
  • Life Cycle of the Emergency Medicine Physician
  • (Un)Answered Questions in Paediatrics
  • Disturbed, Disadvantaged, Marginalised
  • Tyranny of Distance
  • Tyranny of Proximity
  • Imaging Technologies
  • The Damaged Brain
  • Heal that Wound
  • Emergency Medicine In Austere Settings
  • Boundaries of Emergency Medicine Practice
  • Difficult Conversations
  • I’m Pregnant and in ED
  • Research or Service Delivery in Emergency Medicine