Anaesthesia and Critical Care in Unusual and Transport Environments (ACCUTE) SIG

The executive of the Anaesthesia and Critical Care in Unusual and Transport Environments (ACCUTE) Special Interest Group (SIG) liaises regularly with its parent bodies.  The executive of the SIG maintains ongoing internal communication, usually utilising electronic mediums and personal meetings at ACE events, to discuss matters related to the group's area of interest.

Executive committee

Position

Name

Region

Chair

Dr Dean Bunbury

NZ

Member

Dr Roland Bartholdy

Qld

Member

Dr Andrew Donohue

Qld

Member

Dr Lucas Fox

NSW

Member

Dr Clare Hayes-Bradley

NSW

Member

Dr Geoff Healy

NSW

Member

Dr Matthew Hope

Qld

Member

Dr David Janmaat

WA

Member

Dr Gareth Lyttle

SA

Member

Dr Fiona Reardon

NT


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Upcoming ACE events

From multi-day special interest group conferences to evening lectures at the local pub, there's an ACE event for everyone.

2021 Combined SIG meeting

9 July 2021 - 11 July 2021 | Riley Crystalbrook

Join us for the 2021 Combined Communication, Education, Welfare and Leadership and Management SIG...

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2021 Perioperative Medicine SIG meeting

12 August 2021 - 14 August 2021 | Gold Coast, Qld

Join us for the Perioperative Medicine Special Interest Group (SIG) at the Sofitel Gold Coast...

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2021 Rural SIG meeting

11 June 2021 - 13 June 2021 | Airlie Beach, Qld

Join us for the 2021 Rural Special Interest Group (SIG), and the Mackay Anaesthetic Community at...

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2021 Scan and Ski workshop

22 July 2021 - 24 July 2021 | Thredbo, NSW

Join us at the 2021 Scan and Ski Workshop "Regional ultrasound scanning workshop for peripheral...

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2021 Tasmanian Winter Meeting

21 August 2021 | Barnbougle, Tasmania

Join us for the 2021 Tasmanian Winter Meeting in Barnbougle, Tasmania.

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Queensland ACE September evening webinar

2 September 2020 | Webinar

Dr Geoffrey Playford and Dr Francesca Rawlins discuss “COVID epidemiology and preparedness Q&A”

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Named ANZCA research awards

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Novice investigator grants

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Oral histories

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Project and simulation/education grants

Each year, we fund a wide range of projects in the field of basic scientific research, clinical i...

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Last updated 09:06 30.06.2020