The Organising and Scientific committees are pleased to announce that the following conference workshops will be held on Thursday 4 October 2018 and Saturday 6 October at the Parmelia Hilton Perth.
Trauma Registries are the underpinning essential tool for all Trauma Services. These are used to improve patient care via performance improvement, complication minimisation, case management and research. Understanding the data collected in a registry is a special skill, understanding how your data is collected and the definition used can change the implications of what is collected.
This workshop is aimed at all Trauma Service Registry staff and Trauma Service Program Managers to enhance your knowledge in data quality, what to collect and how, getting the data out of the registry in a meaningful way, analysis tools available and reviewing quality indicators.
Workshop sponsored by:
Three Minute Talk Submission Opportunity
This is an opportunity to present what is happening in your trauma registry, about your data, or improvements you or your team has undertaken in the field of trauma registry.• Have you improved your data quality? How?
All are welcome and this opportunity is aimed to encourage each other in the work we all do every day.
Ideas on how to present this information are plentiful on the internet but a simple example.
There are a number of slots available and would encourage attendees to submit a paragraph on what they would like to talk about. If you are unsure just call us to discuss how we can support you in your idea.All talks are required to submit a paragraph on what they are going to talk about.To NTRI_Queensland@health.qld.gov.au or call 0756875752
Participants will have the opportunity to attend the world renowned Royal Perth Hospital Advanced Airway Training Lab under the supervision of Specialist Anaesthetist Dr Andy Heard and a team of other airway experts. This half day workshop is a once in a lifetime opportunity to practice cannula, scalpel-bougie and scalpel-finger-cannula techniques in a setting that provides unparalleled technical realism and stressful conditions.
This Workshop will cover a range of interactive topics, demonstrations and panel discussions. They include Learning from Complex Social and Clinical Discharges, How to Create a Recovery and Rehab Facility out of any Spare Room, Spinal Bracing – Current Practice, Major Trauma Case Studies, Useful Rehabilitation Outcome Measures
Keen to learn how to perform eFAST scanning? This short course will teach you how, and is also suitable for those looking to get numbers for their logbook. On the day, most of your time will be spent scanning normal and ‘abnormal’ volunteers. You will be taught by faculty drawn from local Emergency Physicians who have subspecialised in Ultrasound. Before the course there will be approximately 2 hours of online videos to watch and a short pre-quiz to complete. The course will be most useful to you and your patients if you do pursue credentialing through the ASUM’s (Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine) eFAST CCPU, or through the ACEM. You can do this course with absolutely no background knowledge of Ultrasound, and you are sure to enjoy yourself. Duration is 3 hours, and is limited to 24 particpants.
Workshop sponsored by: and
This multi-disciplinary, team-focused interactive workshop will provide an overview of the knowledge and skills essential to provide safe airway management. It will focus on identifying and safely managing those at high risk of airway difficulty. During the 90 minute workshop, participants will rotate through presentations, small group discussions, hands-on skills stations, and mini-scenario/simulations relevant to a broad range of clinician backgrounds, facilitated by a team of airway experts. Pre-reading will provide essential background on the concepts required to make safe airway management a “team sport” in which effective communication and the use of cognitive aids can prevent or avert a crisis situation.
The Trauma 2018 Research Forum invites you to submit a summary of current research projects for presentation. This will allow researchers to present their work for feedback regarding clinical application, engaging others in multi-institutional projects, and constructive feedback on how to improve the study design. It will also allow researchers to present work that presents significant logistical challenges so that others may learn from their experience.
Registration for the workshop is free of charge, however places will be prioritised to those who have a project to present. Project summaries should be emailed to the Trauma Conference Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal reviewers will receive an invitation to attend this workshop in July 2018.
Dr Kerry Gunn
A workshop where the current monitors are demonstrated and aspects of their introduction into hospitals and department discussed. There will be an opportunity for hands on processing of a sample, and demonstration of the software. A small group discussion will cover systems and guidelines that incorporate TEG/ROTEM in clinical decision making in the patient with massive haemorrhage.