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thursday 7 May

Zinc @ Federation square

 
 

0800 - 0830

Registration

Welcome Tea & Coffee

 

0830 - 1040







Session 1 - Turning Challenges into Opportunities

0840 - 0920
Key Note- Elaine Cole

0920 - 0940
VSTORM Local Epidemiology - Ben Beck

0940 - 1000
Prehospital prognostication - Mick Stephenson

1000 - 1020
Rethinking trauma services into the future -Mark Fitzgerald

1020 - 1040
Frailty, delirium - is it the future of prognostication in elderly trauma -Ruth Hubbard

 

1040 - 1100

Morning Tea

 

1100 - 1220

Session 2 - Changing the system to suit the patient

1100 - 1120

They don't make 'em like they used to - Resus to Rehab - Kate Curtis

1120- 1220 Panel discussion led by XXXXXX with:

Elaine Cole, Lucy O’Flaherty, Ruth Hubbard, Tim Baker, Mick Stephenson, Mark Fitzgerald & Rose Shakerian

 

1220 - 1320

Lunch

 

1320 - 1500

Session 3 - re-thinking our trauma management

1320 - 1340

Hip fracture pathways and implementation for management - Chuan-Whei Lee

1340 - 1400

Neurotrauma in the elderly - Jin Tee

1400 - 1420

The challenges of chest injury in the older population - Silvana Marasco

1420 - 1440

TBA

1440 - 1500

Recovering Well - John Olver

 

1500 - 1520

Afternoon Tea

 

1520 -1645

Session 4 - Living well

1520 - 1540

Best Case Worst Case Communication Tool - Jai Darvall

1540 - 1600

Falls: it is just a symptom! - Andrea Maier

1600 - 1620

Cedric/GEDI - EJ Marsden

1620 - 1645

Lucy O'Flaherty

 

1645 - 1830

AFTER SESSIoN DRINKS & MARketPlace

An opportunity to further the education and connect delegates with experts.

Continue discussions with a range of our speakers at the Marketplace booths on topics of;

Fraility & Delirium, Trauma Systems, Living Well

 

1900 - 2200

GEMSEM DINNER (OPTIONAL)

We have lots of suggestions of you to try

 

FRIday 8 May

research morning @ Monash university

Like to apply to be part of the Research morning - see EOI form below

0830 - 1330