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Trauma 2017 Presentation Slides

Plenary Session 1: Innovations in Trauma Care
Plenary Session 2: Family and Intimate Partner Violence: A new epidemic?
Plenary Session 3: Injury Prevention
Plenary Session 4: Named Lectures
Plenary Session 5: Trauma Systems and Trauma Quality Improvement 
Plenary Session 6: Top Trauma Papers for 2016/2017 
Concurrent Session 1: Trauma Radiology ANZERG
Concurrent Session 2: Paediatric Trauma
Concurrent Session 3: Free Paper Session 1
Concurrent Session 4: Free Paper Session 2
Concurrent Session 5: Head and Other Sporting Injuries
Concurrent Session 6: Telemedicine and Trauma Team Training
Concurrent Session 7: Free Paper Session 3
Concurrent Session 8: Free Paper Session 4
Concurrent Session 9: Military Trauma and Lessons Learnt
Concurrent Session 10: Pre-Hospital Trauma
Concurrent Session 11: Free Papers Session 5
Concurrent Session 12: Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Concurrent Session 13: Trauma Issues Post Acute Care
Concurrent Session 14: Disasters and Mass Casualties

 

FRIDAY 21 APRIL 2017
Plenary Session 1: Innovations in Trauma Care
Coagulopathy of trauma
Dr Sandro Rizoli 
The introduction of trauma systems and improved quality of care
Prof. Mark Fitzgerald
Innovations in translational research - tips for young players
Prof. Kate Curtis
The implementation of knowledge translation into the care of critically injured patients
Dr Thomas Stelfox
Concurrent Session 1: Trauma Radiology ANZERG
New concepts in trauma radiology
A/Prof. Dinesh Varma  
Update in trauma interventional radiology
Dr Gerard Goh
Concurrent Session 2: Paediatric Trauma
Pitfalls in paediatric resuscitation
Dr James Hamill
Controversies in management of solid organ injuries in children
Dr Natalie Yanchar
Paediatric trauma outcomes in NSW
Prof. Andrew Holland 
Trauma teams and innovation in paediatric trauma care
Dr Neil Merritt 
Creating an evidence base for paediatric burn management
Prof. Roy Kimble
Contemporary approaches to imaging in paediatric trauma
A/Prof. Warwick Teague
Concurrent Session 3: Free Paper Session 1
Are the age related admission criteria for adolescent trauma patients admitted to adjacent adult and paediatric hospitals appropriate?
Mr Matthew Sawyer
Mortality, functional and return to work outcomes of major trauma patients injured from deliberate self-harm
Miss Tu Q Nguyen
Temporal trends in functional outcomes following severe traumatic brain injury: 2006-2015
Dr Ben Beck
Process mapping as a framework for performance improvement in emergency general surgery
Dr Kristin DeGirolamo
Improving the quality of trauma care: Augmenting TQI programs in India
Dr Gerard O’Reilly 
Identification of causes of traumatic injuries through hospital based electronic injury surveillance in Sri Lanka
Dr Achala Upendra Jayatilleke
Sleep deprivation in a level 1 trauma centre
Dr Ashleigh Punch
Ethnic disparities in trauma outcomes at a level 1 trauma centre
Mr Benjamin Wheeler 
Outcomes following severe burn injury in Victoria, Australia - a review of patient outcomes following 20% total body surface area burns from 2007- 2013
Ms Jane Elliott
Effect of pre-and in-hospital time to operation on mortality in severe penetrating chest trauma
Ms Jennifer Tang
Code crimson expedites time to operative intervention in exsanguinating truncal trauma
Dr David Tovmassian
Concurrent Session 4: Free Paper Session 2
Can serum bio-markers prognosticate outcome of traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
Dr Raghavendra Harpanahalli
Concussions: A conundrum of uncertainty- the online concussion awareness training tool cattonline.com
Dr Shelina Babul
Care coordination for people with severe traumatic brain injury
Dr Sandra Braaf
Recovery after injury in India: The REPAIR study
Prof. Rebecca Ivers 
Development of the major trauma case review tool
Prof. Kate Curtis 
Recovery after serious trauma outcomes, resource use and patient experiences (RESTORE) study: 4-year outcomes for adults
Prof. Belinda Gabbe
Trauma patients concerns for the future
Dr Sandra Braaf
Ten-year trends in major trauma or death resulting from sport and recreation in Victoria, Australia
Dr Christina Ekegren
Return to work and functional outcomes in pedal cyclists hospitalised for orthopaedic trauma
Dr Ben Beck  
Implementation of a prevention bundle to decrease CAUTIs in patients admitted to the trauma service
Ms Alanna Keenan  
Characteristics of pedal cyclist injuries at Royal North Shore Hospital: outcomes of a three year observational study
Mike Su
Plenary Session 2: Family and Intimate Partner Violence: A new epidemic?
Alberta's collaborative response to domestic violence: Spanning the boundaries to promote health, prevent injuries and reduce adverse childhood experiences
Mrs Linda McCracken and Cst. Brenda Murdoch  
The Victorian police response to family violence
A/Commissioner Dean McWhirter
Concurrent Session 5: Head and Other Sporting Injuries
Update on traumatic brain injury 
Dr Andreas Kramer
Concussion: The evidence for best practice management
Ms Joanne Banfield
Quad bike trauma in children: Enough is enough
A/Prof. Warwick Teague
Concussion for the weekend warrior: Impacting on all areas of their lives
Ms Emma Maguire
Do bike helmets make a difference?
A/Prof. Jake Olivier 
Concurrent Session 6: Telemedicine and Trauma Team Training
Trauma reception and trauma team training
Dr Kate Martin
Multidisciplinary trauma team training
Dr Lawrence Gillman
Telementoring in trauma resuscitation
A/Prof. Paul McBeth
Telementoring in trauma surgery
Major Andrew Beckett, Canadian Army
Concurrent Session 7: Free Paper Session 3
Clinical value and accuracy of a novel trauma response paging communication technique
Dr Matthew Trinder 
Practical timings in the primary survey: Implications for the time to CT key performance indicator
Mr Sherman Kwan
Epidemiology of severe pelvic ring fractures: What is happening over time?
Ms Maartje van Iwaarden
Endotracheal intubation of burns patients with suspected inhalation injury in Victoria, Australia
Ms Kylie Dyson
Victorian state trauma system: Trauma case review group, closing the loop
Ms Susan McLellan
Developing regional trauma networks: The experience of two Canadian trauma centres
Ms Alanna Keenan  
Trauma Victoria - a trauma focused sustainable educational system
Ms Danielle McDonald
A healthcare improvement initiative to evaluate 6 years of P.A.R.T.Y. program delivery: What do participants think about it?
Sonshire Figueira  
P.A.R.T.Y. Canberra theory of planned behaviour survey tool
Mrs Nardine Johnson
Analgesic handover from clinician to trauma patient: Can we do it better?
Mrs Helen Goldsmith
Concurrent Session 8: Free Paper Session 4
Long term outcomes after paediatric major trauma: Results from a population-based trauma registry
Prof. Belinda Gabbe
Changes in the pattern of hospital-admitted trampoline trauma
Ms Stefanie Fabris
Horse riding injuries in children unmounted injuries are more severe
Miss Grace Wolyncewicz
Quadbike injuries in children are devastating but preventable
Mr Liam Walsh
Should children be wearing helmets on alpine slopes?
Dr Zara Summers
The NEXUS criteria are insufficient to rule out cervical vertebral fractures in the older trauma patient
Dr Gabriel Paykin
Metrics to evaluate injury prevention programs for young workers in high-risk occupations: A review of the literature
Dr Ian Pike
Thromboelastography in massive bleeding traumatised patients in Songklanagarind Hospital
Prapaporn Sengsai
Can ROTEM diagnose platelet dysfunction and be used in early trauma resuscitation?
Sandro Rizoli
 
SATURDAY 22 APRIL 2017
Plenary Session 3: Injury Prevention
Progress on the national road safety strategy 2010-20: An Australian Perspective
Prof. Brian Fildes
Canada's vision for preventing injury and saving lives 
Dr Neil Merritt and Ms Joanne Banfield  
Injury prevention strategies in Australia – where are we now?
Prof. Rebecca Ivers
The importance of interpersonal violence prevention
Prof. Belinda Gabbe
Concurrent Session 9: Military Trauma and Lessons Learnt
Lessons for future from 10 years of combat operations - UK perspective
Surgeon Captain Mark Midwinter, Royal Navy (Rtd) 
Traumatic cardiac arrest 
Colonel Michael Reade, Australian Army  
Fibrinogen in the initial resuscitation of severe trauma (FiiRST): A randomised feasibility trial
Major Andrew Beckett, Canadian Army 
Blood product use in the military - pushing the envelope?
Colonel Michael Reade, Australian Army  
Concurrent Session 10: Pre-Hospital Trauma
What is Clinical Aeromedical Coordination all about?
A/Prof. Andrew Pearce
Appropriate administration of blood products in the pre-hospital setting 
Dr Tony Smith 
Paramedic-led eFAST in the prehospital setting
Mr Ben Meadley
Use of finger thoracostomy in the pre-hospital setting
Mr Toby St.Clair
Evidence based pre-hospital care for trauma victims - a 10-year snapshot
A/Prof. Tony Walker ASM
Concurrent Session 11: Free Papers Session 5
Geriatric major trauma: The changing trauma landscape
Dr Ben Beck  
Management of the pregnant major trauma patient 
Dr Richard Simons 
Splenic angioembolisation versus conservative management for blunt splenic trauma in adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis
James Crichton
Management and outcomes of isolated splenic trauma compared to splenic injury in the context of multi-trauma
Miss Meera Chandrananth
Understanding paediatric traumatic diaphragmatic hernia
Ms Emma Moore   
Emergency resuscitative thoracotomy in the ED: Is it worth it and what do we do at ACH?
Dr Mark Friedericksen 
Detection of traumatic pancreatic duct disruption I the modern era 
Dr Morgan Schellenberg 
Defining the GE junction in trauma: Epidemiology and management of a challenging injury 
Dr Morgan Schellenberg 
Plenary Session 4: Named Lectures
“Gordon Trinca" lecture - That was then…This is now
A/Prof. Michael Parr
Concurrent Session 12: Trauma and Acute Care Surgery
Is critical care training still essential in general surgery programs?
Dr Kosar Khwaja 
Surgical innovations in trauma
A/Prof. Lawrence Gillman
Trauma and acute care surgery in Australia: Is there a gap and how do we address it?
Dr Jeremy Hsu
Trauma and acute care surgery in NZ: Are we winning?
Dr Li Hsee   
Acute care surgical systems: What is old is new again
Dr Neil Parry
Concurrent Session 13: Trauma Issues Post Acute Care
Psychological issues post-trauma
Prof. Richard Bryant 
Acute psychosocial care of families following paediatric trauma
Ms Alys Manguy
Medico-legal issues for treatment of trauma patients
Mr Michael Gorton
The development of a statewide paediatric rehabilitation service in Victoria 
Dr Adam Scheinberg and Ms Joannah Tozer
Concurrent Session 14: Disasters and Mass Casualties
Canada's preparedness for mass casualties and terrorism
Dr Tarek Razek
Australian preparedness for a mass casualty event
Dr Paul Barnes
 
SUNDAY 23 APRIL 2017
Plenary Session 5: Trauma Systems and Trauma Quality Improvement 
How good is your trauma system? Rethinking trauma data reporting
Dr David Evans
Engaging patients and families in quality improvement strategies in trauma care 
Dr Thomas Stelfox
Quality in trauma care - not just a matter of the numbers?
Prof. Peter Cameron
Australian emergency department airway management: findings from the ANZEDAR
A/Prof. Sally McCarthy
Plenary Session 6: Top Trauma Papers for 2016/2017 
10 papers
Dr John Kortbeek 
10 papers
Dr Ian Civil