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ACEM Spring Symposium
ACEM Spring Symposium
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Programme

ACEM Spring Symposium


We have a packed programme for you at the ACEM Spring Symposium 2022.

*Please note that the programme is subject to change

Saturday 26 November 2022

0900-1700 - New Fellows Workshop


Sunday 27 November 2022

0900-1200 - Morning Workshops

  • Mentoring Workshop
  • Toxicology Workshop
  • Core Skills Workshop
  • Disrupting Racism Workshop
  • Prehospital Workshop

1300-1600 - Afternoon Workshops)

  • Leadership Workshop
  • Radiology Workshop
  • Forensic Skills Workshop

1430-1530 - Afternoon Tea (ACEM Admission Ceremony and Families Only)

1530-1800 - ACEM Admission Ceremony and Tom Hamilton Oration

1830-2030 - Welcome Reception


Monday 28 November 2022

0730-0845 - Later Career Breakfast

0900-1030 - Opening Ceremony

  • Official Opening
  • Filling the Gaps Together - Mr Phil Bagshaw and Dr Sue Bagshaw

1030-1100 - Morning Tea

1100-1230 - Session Two - Equity and Indigenous Health

  • Running to Stand Still - Prof Suzanne Pitama
  • Presentation - A/Prof. Elana Curtis
  • 'We Treat Everyone the Same - the Bane of the ED Doctor - Prof Aunty Kerrie Doyle

1230-1330 - Lunch

1230-1245 - ACEM Annual General Meeting (ACEM Fellows Only)

1330-1500 - Session Three - Mahi Tahi in Action: Networks

  • HealthPathways - Mahi Tahi in Action - Dr Kieran Holland
  • Using Networks for Meaningful Change - Dr Martin Than
  • Working Together: A Network's Role - Prof Ian Civil
  • Best Scientific Communications Papers

1530-1600 - Afternoon Tea

1600-1730 - Session Four - Measuring What Happens

  • Top New Papers in EM - Dr Ryan Radeki
  • Measuring What Matters - Prof Jonathan Knott, Dr Stephen Macdonald, Prof Simon Craig and A/Prof Gerard O'Reilly

1830-2030 - Trivia Night - Details to be released soon


Tuesday 29 November 2022

0900-1030 - Session Five - Head Injury Management

  • Keynote Presentation - Prof William Peacock
  • Management of Paediatric Head Injury: Evolving Scenario - Prof Meredith Borland and Prof Stuart Dalziel

1030-1100 - Morning Tea

1100-1230 - Session Six - Leadership in EM

  • Best Paper by a Fellow
  • “You can’t be what you can’t see”: Exploring Gender and Leadership Development in Emergency Medicine - Dr Laksmi Govindasamy
  • Presidents Half Hour - Dr Clare Skinner

1230-1330 - Lunch

1330-1530 - Session Seven - Better Together

  • Māori Health – it isn’t just about Māori - Mr Carlton Irving
  • Working with Diverse Communities - Dr Elizabeth Kerekere
  • Trauma Code Crimson – The Patient as a Vital Link in the ‘Chain of Survival’ - Prehospital and Retrieval Team
  • Brief Scientific Communications Papers

1530-1600 - Afternoon Tea

1600-1800 - Wellness Programme. Click here to view the wellness programme.

1900-2300 - Gala Event


Wednesday 30 November 2022

0900-1030 - Session Eight – Working Together

  • Keynote: Māori Lives Matter - Mr Hector Matthews
  • ACS Update: Evolving Scenario - Prof Rick Body, Prof Louise Cullen and Prof William Peacock

1030-1100 - Morning Tea

1100-1230 - Session Nine - What You Say Matters

  • Best Paper by a Fellow
  • Words Matter - Dr Ben van der Griend
  • Does Civility Save Lives? - Dr Lyn Pugh

1230-1330 - Lunch

1330-1530 - Session Ten - Challenging Conversations

  • Challenging behavior- patients behaving badly - Prof Anne-Maree Kelly
  • Palliative Care in the Emergency Department - Dr Kate Grundy
  • Acute Aged Care in the ED - Dr Andrew Munro
  • Brief Scientific Communications Papers

1530-1600 - Afternoon Tea

1600-1700 - Closing Plenary