Perioperative SIG Meeting 2017


Presentations (requires login)

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Dr Alisa Crouch - Nutrition and haematinics in the perioperative period

Dr Andrew Hill - Do surgeons buy into Prehabilitation?

Professor Andrew Hill - The Australasian perspective

Dr Carol Chong - Perioperative Infarcts: Epidemiology, predictors and Epidemiology, predictors and post post-op monitoring

Dr Carol Douglas - Negotiating the tension between life and death

Dr Chris Steer - Cancer in older adults

Professor David Currow - Palliative care, surgery and palliative surgery‚Äč

Dr David Rankin - ANZELA-QI

Professor Ian Harris - Using quality research to change practice

Professor Jacqueline Close - Research Directions in Perioperative Medicine

Dr Jeremy Fernando - ANZELA-QI

Dr Jeremy Fernando - Who should lead Perioperative Care Debate

Dr Katy Gibb - Head and neck cancer

Dr Katy Gibb - The workings of a perioperative high risk clinic

Dr Lee Fleisher - American prespective

Dr Lee Fleisher - Research directions in Perioperative Medicine

Dr Lee Fleisher - Value based care

Mr Mike Hulme Moir - Why surgeons should lead perioperative medicine debate

Mr Mike Hulme Moir - Bowel Cancer Screening - an update

Dr Peter Pockney - ANZELA-QI

Dr Peter Saul - Communication and end of life

Dr Peter Saul - Dying in the 21st Century

Dr Peter Saul - Perioperative advance care planning

Dr Prakash Nayagam - Perioperative Medicine in Private Practice

Dr Robyn Smiles and Dr Sancha Robinson - Caught between Leo and Gemini – Cancer

Dr Sean McManus - ANZCA perioperative



Participants in the ANZCA CPD program can claim this event in Knowledge and Skills category. Certificates of attendance will be available for those claiming study leave.


For further information or to register please visit the meeting website or contact Senior Events Officer:
Kirsty O’Connor
P: +61 3 9510 6299
ANZCA House, 630 St Kilda Rd Melbourne VIC 3004

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