INJURY CONFERENCE 2018 PROGRAMME

INJURY 2018, 2 August

SESSION 1

WHAT'S NEW IN TRAUMA (9:00-10:30am) – Chairperson: Alex Ng

0900 // The open abdomen in trauma: What you need to know (Ari Leppäniemi)

0930 // Trauma systems: What's relevant for NZ? (Mark Elcock)

1000 // Quality outcomes and the patient experience (Rebekah Ogilvie)

1030 // MORNING TEA

SESSION 2

CONTROVERSIES IN TRAUMA CARE (11:00am-1:00pm) – Chairperson: Li Hsee

1100 // What is cardiac contusion and what is its relevance? (Dieter Weber)

1130 // What's new in massive transfusion? (Kerry Gunn)

1150 // Is prehospital mortality inevitable? (Bridget Kool)

1210 // Complex hepatic trauma (Ari Leppäniemi)

1230 // Is REBOA relevant in Australasia? (Dieter Weber)

1300 // LUNCH

SESSION 3

THE FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL COSTS OF TRAUMA (1:45-3:05pm) – Chairperson: Pam Fitzpatrick

1345pm // What is the actual financial cost of trauma to the DHB's (Chris Harmston)

1405pm // Monetary cost of trauma to ACC (Karina McHardy)

1425pm // The effects of trauma on patients and their families (Rebekah Ogilvie)

1455 // Can the Major Trauma Network make a difference? (Ian Civil)

1505 // AFTERNOON TEA

SESSION 4

DIFFICULT TRAUMA PROBLEMS (3:25-5:00pm) – Chairperson: Ash Taneja

1525 // How to treat pancreatic injuries (Ari Leppäniemi)

1545 // Major traumatic injury in adolescents (Rebekah Ogilvie)

1615 // Complex case presentations (Mark Kelly)

1700PM // CONFERENCE CLOSES

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