This conference is designed to “fill the gaps” of sub specialist knowledge for those that only treat critical care patients on an irregular basis.
Are you sometimes required to manage a critical care patient and would like to know more about handling their requirements?
Highly regarded specialists from Emergency Medicine, Anaesthesia, Gastroenterology and Intensive Care will present ways on how to manage and monitor a critical care patient relating to a particular subspecialty.
Subspecialty topics of discussion include:
- Emergency Medicine: Toxicology, Interventional Radiology, Emergency Paediatrics, Cardiac Surgical Considerations,
- Anaesthesia: Regional Anaesthesia, Crash Airway Protocols, Bariatric Considerations
- Gastroenterology: GI Bleeding
- Intensive Care: Renal Care in ICU, Paediatric Considerations, "Challenges in use of antimicrobials in critical illness"
Presentation content would include case studies, tips and some of the latest techniques relating to this topic. Participants will be encouraged to participate in the interactive presentation format.
This will particulary appeal to doctors working in rural areas, generalist hospital based doctors, Junior Doctors and GPs (Metro & Rural). Nurses and Medical Students are also welcome (limited places). This conference may also be beneficial for those who have attended the CTEC Panorama of Emergency Surgery Conference.
Dr Jay Baumwol
Dr Simon Erickson
Dr Edward Litton
Dr Gene Palmer
Dr Edward Raby
Dr Spiro Raftopoulos
Dr Kelly Tarrant
Dr Ross Vander Wal
Dr Ioana Vlad
Dr Pavla Walsh
Dr Steve Watts
Clinical Professor Harvery Coates AO
All Doctors: $240
Medical Students: $160
Case Study Room, Level 1
The University Club of Western Australia
Entrance No. 1, Hackett Dr
Crawley WA 6009