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September 2018

The Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC) course

September 10, 2018 - September 11, 2018

The Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC) course covers the fundamental knowledge and skills required for healthcare professionals working in Intensive Care Units and other critical care environments that provide intensive care management or advanced resuscitation and pre-transport stabilisation of critically ill and injured adult patients. This course aims to prepare clinicians from all disciplines for the practical management of critically ill patients. Key topics: Assessment of the seriously ill adult patient Mechanical ventilation: modes, strategies for optimising…

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October 2018

ANZICS/ACCCN Intensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting

October 11, 2018 @ 8:00 am - October 13, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

The ANZICS/ACCCN Intensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting is regarded as the flagship event for the Society. The ASM is one of the largest Intensive Care Conferences in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 1000 delegates attending each meeting. This year the event returns to Adelaide, South Australia from the 11th – 13th October 2018. The meeting is multidisciplinary and has a robust Scientific Program that is suited to all Critical Care Clinicians.

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Pan-Sepsis Research Symposium

October 24, 2018

The Pan-Sepsis Research Symposium  is a new symposium to be held in Perth WA, on 24th Oct 2018. The focus of this symposium is sepsis - "Pan-sepsis" incorporates every topic relating to sepsis, from basic research to diagnostics, clinical trials, therapies and treatment, and more. Neonatal sepsis, adult ICU, and veterinary species will all be represented. This full-day symposium will bring together expert international, national, and local speakers including Prof Bob Hancock and Dr Simone Schuller. The Symposium will be a…

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November 2018

Short Course in Critical Infection 2018

November 8, 2018 - November 9, 2018

SCCI2018 8-9 November The Sydney short course in critical infection will be held in November this year at Westmead Hospital. We'll be welcoming critical care and infection specialists in medicine, nursing and pharmacy to be part of case discussions and updates of all things relevant to severe and life-threatening infection.

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December 2018

Monash Paediatric BASIC Course 2018

December 4, 2018 - December 5, 2018

Paediatric Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care is a two-day interactive course comprising lectures, workshops and skills stations. We are excited to offer this year’s course in the new Monash Children’s Hospital with the new Monash PICU and adjacent surgical SIM centre! The course is intended for Advanced Trainees and Consultants. It covers fundamental knowledge and skills for doctors working or training in PICUs, regional ICUs and other critical care environments that provide intensive care management and/or advanced resuscitation…

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February 2019

ACTA Registry-Randomised Trials Colloquium

February 11 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Hear from trialists who have successfully run trials utilising clinical quality registries as well as policy makers and funders. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage with speakers and be equipped to utilise these methodologies. The goal is to leave with a clear pathway as to how registries can be engaged in making trials better, cheaper, easier, and quicker. When: Mon 11 February 2019, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Location: SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute), North Terrace,…

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South Australian ICU Fellowship Course

February 13 - February 15

The 36th South Australian Intensive Care Fellowship Exam (Tub’s) Course will be held in Adelaide from 13-15 February 2019. It is a comprehensive 3-day course aimed at CICM trainees planning to sit the Fellowship Examination in the following 12 months. The focus is very much on interactive and practical sessions, and it includes tutorials on the written examination, vivas and hot cases, as well as mock examinations in each of these. Formal hot case sessions are run at 4 hospitals (Royal…

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Simulation as a Teaching Tool

February 19 - February 22

This is an intensive four day program designed to immerse healthcare leaders and instructors in an inter-professional learning environment. Participants will learn to teach clinical, behavioural and cognitive skills through simulation, drawing on expertise in the areas of aviation, healthcare, psychology, experiential learning and organisational behaviour. Key topics include: • teaching critical thinking and skills • teaching teamwork and crisis resource management • developing debriefing skills • operating a simulation program • creating a challenging and safe learning environment •…

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Advanced Debriefing

February 26 - March 1

Drawing on advanced techniques from experiential learning and organisational psychology, it focuses on debriefing skills to enhance and extend instructional techniques learnt in the Simulation as a Teaching Tool course. Key topics include: • debriefing techniques with feedback • providing feedback to colleagues on debriefing • using Action Science techniques to assess the quality of debriefing. This program will be hosted by Mater Education in Brisbane, and delivered in partnership with the world-renowned Center for Medical Simulation (based in Boston,…

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April 2019

2019 ANZICS New Zealand Regional ASM

April 3 - April 5

The NZ Regional ANZICS Annual Scientific Meeting, to be held from Wednesday 3 to Friday 5 April 2019 at the Spencer on Byron Hotel in Takapuna, Auckland. Their meeting theme, “Past Forward your ICU !” is intended to reflect the importance of both tradition and looking into future developments which will affect the way we practice our profession : - Technological - the advent of the hospital electronic medical record in NZ. Presenters include Professor Johanna Westbrook, Director of the Centre for…

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