2022 Tasmanian ACE Annual Scientific Meeting

Welcome to all delegates who will be joining us in the making, refreshing and renewal of connections! Come to Hobart for an exciting conference program discussing perioperative and pain medicine, airway management and sustainability. Take in gorgeous harbour views during the session breaks, get involved during our workshops, and enjoy dinner at the renowned Aloft restaurant to round out the conference!
 
The Convenors and Organising Committee look forward to welcoming you to the Tasmanian Annual Scientific Meeting in Hobart in 2022.
 
2022 Tasmanian ASM Convenors
Dr Stephanie Cruice and Dr Jana Vitesnikova 

Location and Venue

For the first time, the scientific program on Saturday 26 February 2022 will be held at The Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart.

The workshops on Sunday 27 February will be held at the Medical Science Precinct, corner of Campbell and Liverpool Streets, Hobart. 

Program

Click here to download the program.

Invited Speakers

Delegates will hear from a fantastic line-up of speakers. You can find full details in the program.

An online abstract booklet will be available closer to the meeting.

Workshops

The workshops will be held at the Medical Science Precinct, corner of Campbell and Liverpool Street, Hobart.  There will be two groups of the same workshop on offer, from 8-10am and 10.30am-12.30pm.

  • Regional workshop
  • Advance Life Support (ALS) emergency response workshop
  • Awake tracheal intubation / bronchoscopy workshop
  • Major haemorrhage emergency response workshop
  • Medical history walking tour

Poster Prize

We recognise and strongly support research and innovation as one of the key roles and contributions of anaesthetists and anaesthetic trainees. Therefore, the organising committee of the Tasmanian Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) would like to invite all fellows and trainees to make submissions for the Poster Presentation session.
 
The session is sponsored by the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA), and aims to highlight and support original research and audits in anaesthesia, perioperative medicine and pain medicine. The Tasmanian ASM represents an excellent chance to be recognised for your contributions to research in anaesthesia and to share your original work at a face-to-face conference held on the picturesque Hobart waterfront.
 
Electronic abstract submissions are to be submitted by email, by 5pm on Friday 21 January, 2022.
 
Accepted authors will present in person, with a poster and five minute presentation at the ASM on Saturday 26 February 2022.

Please see the Poster Presentation Guidelines for further details.

Social Program

The main conference cocktail event will be held at the renowned Aloft Restaurant.

Aloft sits on the top floor of the new Brooke Street Pier, and has one of Hobart’s most stunning views over the Derwent River. See dolphins and seals, spectacular sunsets and dramatic weather changes – all from the dining room.

Aloft pride themselves in providing dishes full of flavour made from Tasmanian ingredients not necessarily found anywhere else in Australia.

This event is included in the registration fee for delegates. Guests are also welcome to attend this function for a fee of A$165. Guest tickets can be purchased when registering for the meeting.
 

Cost and registration

Registration is now open. If you have a College ID, you can register online. If not, please email us.

  • Fellows and non-members: A$583
  • Trainees, retired fellows, and allied health: A$440


Registration includes attendance at the meeting, full day catering, and cocktail function.

Note for trainees:
Registration to the ASM also includes registration to attend the Trainee Day on Friday 25 February, 2022..

All registration fees are quoted in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST. 
 

Accommodation

Delegates are to organise their own accommodation. Listed below are numerous accommodation options.

It is suggested that you book your accommodation as soon as possible as accommodation in Hobart in summertime books out very quickly.

Hotel Grand Chancellor

As the meeting will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, event attendees can book at the discounted rates by quoting the event name over the phone or directly via this link.

The quoted rates are:

  • Mountain View Room: $235.00 per night, room only.
  • Harbour View Room: $270.00 per night, room only.


They are able to extend these rates to attendees up to three days prior and post the actual date of the event for guests wishing to stay on a little longer.

Other accommodation options


 

Continuing professional development (CPD)

Participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD program will automatically have their attendance auto-populated to their CPD portfolio within 14 days of the conclusion of the meeting.

ANZCA and FPM CPD Program approval
This event is claimable by ANZCA and FPM CPD participants within the knowledge and skills, and emergency responses categories.

Knowledge and skills activities
Lectures/webinars for one credit per hour. Workshops and small group discussions for two credits per hour.

Emergency responses activities
Where the outline states that the workshop satisfies an Emergency Response CPD requirement, the workshop will be prospectively recognised as suitable to be claimed as an emergency response activity.

If you're not a member of our CPD program
Delegates who are not participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD Program should check with their respective colleges regarding CPD.
 

COVID-19 information

The college is monitoring the situation via Australian and New Zealand government websites where coronavirus (COVID-19) health alerts are regularly updated with the latest medical advice and official reports.

In the meantime, this event is going ahead as scheduled.

Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our fellows, trainees, international medical graduate specialists and staff, and we will act on any advice from our governments and keep our fellows and trainees informed of any developments in relation to infection control and our exams or meetings.

For information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please see the Australian Department of Health website.

Clinical information on coronavirus for anaesthetists can be found on the COVID-19 library guide.

ANZCA is actively engaging and working with our partners, and this includes work with the venue on appropriate infection control during the event.

Contact us

For further information, please email or call +61 3 6231 5471.

  • Date

    26 February - 27 February

  • Time

    8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Location

    Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart

Last updated 14:38 12.11.2021