2015 Joint Airway and Obstetric SIG Meeting

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The ultimate delivery - what can sport tech medicine?

Dr Mark Stacey and Dr Geoff Healy


Are we finally ready for an obstetric difficult airway guidelines?

Dr Edward Debenham


Relaxant issues - sux vs roc and the roles of sugammadex

Dr David Elliott


Choice of an airway for caesarean delivery - the role of the laryngeal mask

Professor Michael Paech 


Videolaryngoscopy - the new standard for intubation

Professor Andre Van Zundert


New airway assessment options

Dr Pierre Bradley


Obstetrics and bariatrics - a growing problem

Dr Saira Hussain


Ultrasound of the neck and back - an Australia perspective  

Dr Nicolaas Terblanche


Learn or die - turning skill into behaviour

Dr Mark Stacey


Code critical and choice of anaesthesia

Dr Victoria Eley


Optimising blocks - how to get more for less

Professor Michael Paech


Keynote speakers

Dr Mark Stacey - Consultant Obstetric Anaesthetist and Associate Dean, Cardiff, UK.

Professor Mike Paech - has a Chair of Obstetric Anaesthesia, Perth, WA. 

For keynote speaker biographies please click here.

Continuing professional development (CPD)

Participants in the ANZCA CPD program can claim this event in the knowledge and skills category under the following activities:


Lectures for 1 credit per hour


This meeting was supported by 

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For further information, please contact the conference organiser:

Sarah Chezan


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F: +61 3 9510 6786

E: schezan@anzca.edu.au 


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