Embley Memorial Lecture

Join us on Wednesday September 4, 2019 for the Embley Memorial Lecture. A memorial lecture to honour Dr Edward Henry Embley

Regional Anaesthesia in Patients Receiving Anticoagulant Therapy”

Presented by visiting international speaker Dr Lisa Leffert, MD
 


Speaker

Lisa Leffert, MD 
President, Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology
Chief, Obstetric Anesthesia Division
Vice Chair, Faculty Development
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston
 

Date: Wednesday September 4, 2019

 

Program: 6.30pm to 8.30pm

  • 6.30pm - Commencing with refreshments
  • 7-8pm - Presentation 
  • 8-8.30pm - Discussions

Location

Auditorium, ANZCA House, 630 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
 

Registration

You can register online using your ANZCA ID. If you don't have an ANZCA ID, please contact

the event secretariat. 
 

Sponsored by the Embley Memorial Trust

Dr Edward Henry Embley


Born: 28 February 1861 Castlemaine, Victoria
Died: 9 May 1924 Camberwell, Victoria
 
Henry Embley trained as a pharmacist before undertaking medical training at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 1889 and establishing a general practice.
 
He began his research into a purer form of ether for anaesthesia in the late 1890s.  This led to his research into the use of chloroform anaesthesia.
 
In 1895, Embley was appointed Honorary Anaesthetist at the Melbourne Hospital and in this capacity taught the medical students until his resignation in 1917.
 
Dr Embley was the first recipient of the David Syme Prize for Research in 1906 and after his death in 1924, the E H Embley Memorial Medal was established.
 

CPD

Attendance at this meeting will be allocated in the ANZCA CPD portfolio under the knowledge and skills
category "learning session" for one credit per hour.
 

Event secretariat

Cathy O'Brien 

Victorian Regional Committee
+61 3 8517 5313
vic@anzca.edu.au

 


 

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