Are you sometimes required to manage a critically ill patient? This conference is designed to “fill the gaps” of sub specialist knowledge for those that only treat critical care patients on an irregular basis.
Highly regarded specialists from Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Anaesthesia will present ways on how to manage and monitor critically ill patients relating to a particular subspecialty. Presentation content will include case studies, tips and some of the latest techniques relating to the topic. Participants will be encouraged to engage in the interactive presentation format.
This conference will be of interest to doctors working in rural areas, hospital based doctors, Junior Doctors and GPs (Metro & Rural). Nurses and Medical Students are welcome (limited places).
This conference may also be beneficial to those who have attended the CTEC Emergency Surgery Conference and CTEC Critical Care Medicine Conference in the past.
Dr Michael Levitt
Dr James Anderson
Dr Tim Bowles
Dr Andy Chapman
Dr Dieter Gebauer
Dr Stephen Macdonald
Dr Rob McNamara
Dr Yusuf Nagree
Dr James Rippey
Dr Jessamine Soderstrom
Specialists from a range of specilaties will present on the following:
• SAFE Approach to the critically ill patient
• Neurotrauma in WA: Current Management and Future Trends
• Toxicology of Snakebites in WA: Antivenin, Antidote Distribution and the Rural Challenge
• The role of FAST scans in the Emergency Department
• Fluid Management in Critical Illness
• Delirium in the Critically Ill: An Overview
• Advanced Airways: An Overview and live presentation of Awake Fibre-optic Laryngoscopy
• A Spectrum of Chest Pain Management: Prehospital and the Emergency Department
• Maxillofacial Surgery
All Doctors: $295 (inc GST)
Nurses: $245 (inc GST)
Medical Students: $185 (inc GST)
Participants will receive a conference bag containing a program, pen and CTEC workshop information on the day. There is no pre reading for this conference. Morning Tea and a hot working lunch is provided. Tea and Coffee is provided. Conference content, date and faculty/convenor may be subject to change or cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances.
Case Study Room, Level 1
The University Club of Western Australia
Entrance No. 1, Hackett Dr
Crawley WA 6009