CTN new research proposals virtual workshop

Join the ANZCA CTN Executive for either one or both sessions on Thursday 13 August 12.30-2.30pm AEST and Friday 14 August 2-4pm AEST for the third in a series of virtual workshops we're running in lieu of the annual face-to-face Strategic Research Workshop.

Aims

The aims of the workshop are to develop multicentre research protocols for funding applications.

Program

Each session will have up to five speakers who will present their research proposal selected from the abstracts. The program and format for each session will be published on the event web page by Monday 3 August. Participants will have the opportunity to provide feedback as well as utilise the online chat room feature of Zoom. There will also be research evaluation forms for participants to provide further feedback after the sessions. Feedback will be summarised and provided to the researcher.

 

Session 1: Thursday 13 August 2020

12.30pm

Session 1: Welcome

Convenor: Andrew Davidson

12.40pm

Session 2: CTN update

Andrew Davidson and Karen Goulding

12.50pm

Session 3: VAPOR-C Sleep sub-study

Richard Halliwell

1.10pm

Session 4: Sublingual ketamine as breakthrough analgesia in patients with advanced cancer—A Feasibility Study

Yi-Ching Lee

1.30pm

Session 5: The SNaPP Study – Sugammadex, Neostigmine and Postoperative Pulmonary Complications

Kate Leslie

1.50pm

Coffee break

1.55pm

Session 6: Between-centre differences in overall patient outcomes, and in intervention treatment effects, in multicentre randomised perioperative trials

Philip Peyton

2.15pm

Session 7: Biomarkers After Delirium And Surgery: The Cognitive Trajectory

Robert Sanders

2.25pm

Session 8: An observational cohort study of patients undergoing cardiac surgery designed to validate a safe method of heparin administration and reversal

Philip Cumpston

2.35pm

Closing remarks Andrew Davidson


 

Session 2: Friday 14 August

2pm

Session 1: Welcome

Convenor: Britta Regli-Von Ungern Sternberg

2.10pm 

Session 2: A pilot trial of synthetic angiotensin II in cardiac surgery for prevention of acute kidney injury

Tim Coulson

2.30pm

Session 3: RELIEF-II: Low-dose Noradrenaline for major abdominal surgery

Paul Myles 

2.50pm

Session 4: METEORITE: Midodrine for the prevention of perioperative hypotension

Justin Nazareth

3.10pm

Coffee break

3.15pm

Session 5: General vs. regional anaesthesia on arteriovenous Fistula patency (GiRAF)

Raymond Hu

3.35pm

Session 6: A pilot study of clinical outcomes in lung transplant recipients with chronic opioid use

Jennifer Long

3.45pm

Session 7: Association between academic detailing and targeted audit feedback and prescribing of slow-release opioids for acute post-surgical pain

Alyssa Scurrah

3.55pm

Closing remarks

Andrew Davidson


Please note session times are in AEST. Program is subject to change due to speaker availabilty.

Call for abstracts

Call for abstracts has now closed.

Cost and registration

Registration has now closed.
We'll email registered attendees a login link the day prior.

Continuing professional development (CPD)

Participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program will automatically have their attendance accredited to their CPD portfolio within 14 days of the conclusion of the meeting.

ANZCA and FPM CPD Program approval

ANZCA and FPM CPD participants can claim the following credits in the knowledge and skills and emergency responses categories:

Lectures for one credit per hour. Workshops and small group discussions for two credits per hour.

If you're not a member of our CPD program

If you don't participate in the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program, please check with your respective colleges regarding CPD.

Social media

Join the conversation on Twitter by using the event hashtag #CTN20

Contact us

For further information, please contact us.

CTN workshops
Karen Goulding
T: +61 3 9903 0942

Event manager
Kate Galloway
T: +61 3 8517 5398
 

  • Date

    13 August - 14 August

  • Time

    12:30 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Location

    Webinar, Via Zoom

Last updated 15:18 10.08.2020