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Tuesday October 1

 
 

REGISTRATION @ Crowne plaza

1300 - 1630


WELCOME RECEPTION - HARVEST HUNTER on the grounds of Crowne Plaza

A gourmet food & wine fair with the best seasonal Hunter Valley produce; cooking stations, live entertainment, locally recognised chef’s sharing their favourite recipes, the region’s greatest wineries showcasing award winning wines and local producers sharing fresh breads, olives, chocolates.…..but that’s not all!

In keeping with the SSEM family friendly philosophy we have arranged for a variety of activities to ensure all the fun of a country market - pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, mechanical bull rides, astronomy club and outdoor lawn cinema for the young at heart.

Horizon Speech presented by Ryan Franks - "Coral Bay Nurse Saves his own Life……I thrombolysed myself"

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our Strategic Partner Destination NSW in enabling this event to be held at SSEM19

1700 - 2100


 
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wednesday october 2

 

DAY’S proceedings

0800 - 1700


Stemming the flow? Oxygen delivery for breathless kids and nervous grown ups - chris trethewy

sports heat - Tom harwood

Subject to Change (a 3-book whistle-stop tour of management practices from the last 40 years)- JAMES ROWE

Management of acute behavioural disturbance- Caitlyn Lovett

0830 - 0930

0930 - 0950

0950 - 1010

1010 - 1030


MORNING TEA

1030 - 1100


farm injury & rural trauma - kate king

Western NSW Patient Flow- Randall greenberg  

Farmer Wants a Doctor... Rural ED Workforce Issues - liz jones  

1100 - 1120

1120 - 1140

1140 - 1200


Lunch

1200 - 1300


Workshops: Session 1
From 1300

Workshop 1

1300 - 1600

scary skills - neil ballard, Sass Hayes, SARAH COOMBES

(wednesday only)

Resuscitative thoracotomy and hysterotomy; the workshop will cover the indications to commence and techniques to complete these uncommon, sphincter-tightening, yet potentially lifesaving procedures.

workshop 2

1300 - 1500

DENTAL - LYnne Aspinall

This hands on workshop covers basic dental anatomy, numbering of teeth, dental blocks for anesthesia and dental injuries – classification and management.

workshop 3

1300 - 1500

ADVANCED Sutures - Cholm williams & tatiana Lowe

(WEDNESDAY ONLY)


afternoon tea

1500 - 1530


Workshops: Session 2
1530

Workshop 1 - session 2

1530- 1730

paediatric ventilatory devices - jeremy pallas & mark urane

(wednesday only)

 

1730

close of day (TBC)

 
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Thursday October 3

 

day’s proceedings

0800 - 1700


Past, present and future of antivenom: but what do I actually do?! - geoff isbister

alcohol related harm - Karen Fisher

drug toxicology - betty chan

hand injuries - con glezos

0830 - 0930

0930 - 0950

0950 - 1010

1010 - 1030


MORNING TEA

1030 - 1100


1100 - 1200

Regular Stream

panel session - Cases in trauma

Chaired by Sue Ieraci
Panel of Natalie May, Bec Davis, Mel Berry & Amy Stokoe

Nurses Stream

Cardiac arrest

Learning from critical errors

The present / future of emergency nurse practitioners

Fracture management (cases and pearls)


LUNCH

1200 - 1300


Workshops: Session 1
From 1300

workshop 1

1300 - 1500

HANDS - TANYA BURGESS & BRETT MCCLELLAND

(THURSDAY ONLY)

Interactive lecture, live examination, followed by workshops on plastering & splints

workshop 2

1300 - 1500

DENTAL - LYNNE ASPINALL

This hands on workshop covers basic dental anatomy, numbering of teeth, dental blocks for anesthesia and dental injuries – classification and management.

NURSES STREAM - WOrkshops

1300 - 1630

Procedural skills for Resus - Jeremy Pallas & Mark Urane


AFTERNOON TEA

1500 - 1530


1530

Close of day(TBC)


Kids Club - Thursday Night

1800 - 2300


CONFERENCE DINNER@ The Barrel Room Pokolbin

HARRY comes to the HUNTER……….a Potter themed Party

Come as a muggle or get out your cape, hat and wand

It will be a fabulous night of food, drink, music and fun to be had for all

1900 - 2330

 
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Friday October 4

 

day’s proceedings

0800 - 1305


bleeding to death - cino Bendinelli

end of life - Phil Hungerford

Geriatrics; not safe for admission - carolyn hullick

0830 - 0920

0920 - 0950

0950 - 1030


MORNING TEA

1030 - 1100


What we need and what we get Rural vs Metro - john mackenzie

ACS Rule out - conrad loten

Embracing the Deviants - "atypical" patients in the ED - john kennedy

CLOSING ADDRESS

1100 - 1140

1140 - 1220

1220 - 1300

1300 - 1305