Perioperative SIG Meeting 2015

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Thursday October 15, 2015

Global developments in perioperative medicine. A case study - "Why this meeting matters" - Dr Jeremy Fernando

 

The role of a perioperative anesthesiologist in complex patients presenting for surgery - Dr Kevin Froehlich

 

The role of general medicine in the modern tertiary hospital - Professor Don Campbell 

 

Friday October 16, 2015

Caring for complex patients beyond the OR - the intensive PACU - Dr Kevin Froehlich

 

Update in ICU for the non-intensivist - Dr Jeremy Fernando

 

Pain wars: The pre-emptive strike against latrogenecis associated with pain management - Dr Max Majedi

 

PBLD1: Perioperative anesthesia care beyond the OR - Dr Kevin Froehlich

 

PBLD5: Moving past 30 day mortality: What happens to the high risk patient who doesn't die? - Dr Nicola Broadbent (PART ONE)

 

PBLD5: Moving past 30 day mortality: What happens to the high risk patient who doesn't die? - Dr Nicola Broadbent (PART TWO)

 

Saturday October 17, 2015

Post-operative Troponin leak; is it really that important? - Dr David Smyth 

 

Updates from the literature - Professor David Story

 

Audits of surgical mortality: it's all about learning! - Dr John North

 

PBLD6: Challenges in perioperative care of the elderly patient - Dr Ming Loh

 

PBLD8: Frailty and the impact of bedrest on inpatients - Professor Don Campbell

 

PBLD10: Perioperative glucose control - why and how? - Dr Judy Killen

 

PBLD11: Perioperative outcomes and decision making: managing risk and uncertainty - Dr Joanna Sutherland

 

Supporting articles and documentation 

VADA OSA Orders - Dr Kevin Froehlich

 

VADA PBMP documents - Dr Kevin Froehlich

 

Mortality data summary of tools and papers resource document - Dr Nicola Broadbent

 

Continuing professional development (CPD)

CPD points from this meeting will automatically be uploaded into the records of those participating in the ANZCA CPD program in the knowledge and skills category under the following activities:

 

Lectures for 1 credit per hour

PBLD's and workshops for 2 credits per hour

 

 

For further information, please contact the conference organiser:

Alexis Marsh

ANZCA

T: +61 3 9093 4989

F: +61 3 9510 6786

E: amarsh@anzca.edu.au

 

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