This registration will entitle you to attend the plenary sessions on Friday and Saturday. You can register a child or a partner for the workshop kids taught life support.
In this interactive workshop, there will be case centred discussion of obstetric and trauma patient haemorrhage, ROTEM guided blood product administration, and the management of bleeding in patients taking oral anti-coagulant drugs.
Learn a variety of techniques and procedures to provide percutaneous emergency oxygenation through the neck. This workshop will provide you with the technical skills, including ultrasound assessment of the airway, to manage these time-critical situations safely.
Preoperative anaphylaxis is a major cause of death and serious morbidity. An increased awareness and use of guidelines improve outcomes. This is an interactive workshop using the ANZCA/ANZAAG Anaphylaxis Management Guidelines to explore and practice management of anaphylaxis, including management of the acute episode, as well as what to do once the situation is under control and how to ensure proper follow up.
Physicians are exposed to a range of acute behavioural emergencies, including violent incidents, across diverse settings. This workshop is a new ANZCA and FPM CPD Emergency Response Activity, will focus on assessment and management of acute behavioural disturbance, including interventions to de-escalate aggression and the safe care of patients who require sedation. The participants will experience scenarios from clinical settings in the emergency department, the post anaesthetic recovery room and a remote hospital in the simulation environment setting.
In this workshop participants will move through a series of practical ALS scenarios and focussed discussions with emphasis on addressing reversible causes of cardiac arrest in peri-operative situations.
Accompanying persons including children may partake in a 1 ½ hour kids taught life support session on Saturday. They will also be included in the catering for the day.