2014 Programme

 Saturday May 17th 2014       0830 - 1700

 Obstetric anaesthesia - Why it scares us. – Dr. Sarah Sew Hoy. Consultant Anaesthetist

 KEYNOTE SPEAKER -  Child rights in health -Russell Wills - Child Commissioner and Paediatrician

 Paediatric anaesthesia - They are not just smaller versions of us- Dr Melvin Chong

 Trauma case study and haemodynamics- A really bad day at the office - James McKay Registrar Anaesthisia/ ICU and General surgery

 Mass transfusion and transfusion medicineFor when you have one of those really bad days at the office -  Tony Morgan Charge Scientist

 Principles of endoscopy - Why you should really have at least one colonscopy before you die  - Dr. Guy Vautier Consultant Physician, Endoscopist, Gastroenterologist

 Enhanced recovery after surgery following fractured neck of femur -Dr. Sheila Malcolmson Consultant Anaesthetist

 A really interesting history of CPR - Sam Baxendale, Anaesthetic Technician

 End Of life care (one day it will be us)  Dr. Emma Merry Consultant Intensivist


Saturday Evening    19:00-23:00    Seminar Dinner at The Peak Restaurant, Havelock North

                                                      A shuttle bus will run from Hastings & Havelock North.

Sunday   May 18th 2014     0900 - 1300

Communication in the acute setting

 History of IV cannulation ( trust us this Is interesting if you can understand the Newcastle accent)  - Peter Young

 Perioperative emergency skills and drills - Clinical Skills Lab HBDHB

Programme Subject To Change


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