June 2017 SA CME meeting


Join the ANZCA/ASA SA/NT CME Committee and special guest speaker Dr Michael Goldblatt, in Adelaide on June 14 for the second CME meeting of the 2017 series. The ANZCA SA Regional Committee Annual General Meeting will also be held at this meeting at the historic Lion Hotel in North Adelaide.
 

Meeting details

Wednesday June 14, 2017
The Lion Hotel, North Adelaide (find on Google Maps)

‚ÄčA light supper will be provided at 7pm with the AGM starting at 7.30pm, followed by the presentation.
 

Speaker

Dr Michael Goldblatt works half time as a staff specialist at Flinders Medical Centre and half time in private practice with Stace Anaesthetic Services. He was awarded a Diploma of Clinical Hypnosis in 2012 after training with some of the world’s leading hypnotherapists.

Presentation summary:
As anaesthetists we meet people all the time who behave in ways that defy logic. Why would any rational adult continue to smoke? Why are some patients, who are covered in tattoos and piercings, absolutely terrified of the smallest of cannulas? And the list goes on of behaviours that defy rational thinking… and not just in our patients.

The way we think, act and feel results from very complex interactions but new research in the fields of cognitive and social psychology combined with advances in neuroimaging shows us that the influence of unconscious processing is more important than we had previously realised. This knowledge provides us with meaningful explanations for the origins of our thinking, as well as how hypnosis can be used to change people’s perceptions and thereby allowing changes to occur in the way we think, feel and behave.
 

CPD

This event is claimable by ANZCA CPD participants as follows:
  • Knowledge and skills activities/lectures session for one credit per hour. 

Registration

To register for this meeting, please click here.
 

More information

For further information, contact:

Alison Cook
P: +61 8 8239 2822
E: sa@anzca.edu.au
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