Anatomy and Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Blockade

Anatomy and Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Blockade A One Day Hands-on Practical Course 3 October 2014 Venue: Gross Anatomy Facility Otto Hirschfeld ...
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Anatomy and Ultrasound for Peripheral Nerve Blockade A One Day Hands-on Practical Course 3 October 2014 Venue: Gross Anatomy Facility Otto Hirschfeld Building University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane

Introduction

Course Director

Dr David Scott, B Med, FANZCA, Group Captain, RAAF Dr Scott is currently Director Health Reserve – Air Force (Qld), Vice-Chair of Joint Health Command Anaesthesia Consultative Group, and Past and founding Chair of the ANZCA/ASA/NZSA Regional Anaesthesia Special Interest Group and was formerly Clinical Director of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Services Royal Australian Air Force. He is currently working in private practice in Northern NSW and South Eastern QLD. He received his medical degree in 1985 from the University of Newcastle and obtained his FANZCA in 1992. He then worked as an instructor in anaesthesia at Harvard University at the Beth Israel Hospital Boston before being appointed as a VMO at Lismore Base Hospital. During his time at Lismore he has held several posts including supervisor of training, and Chair of the Anaesthesia Department. He held the position of Visiting Professor in Anaesthesia University of California, Davis, Sacramento CA USA in 2006. He also served as Executive Councillor Federal Executive ASA for 2 years. David is a senior instructor in ATLS and CCrISP. David was commissioned as an officer in the Royal Australian Air Force in 1990. He has deployed eight times with the ADF, to Bougainville, Solomon Islands, East Timor, Banda Aceh, and Afghanistan, has served with the US Navy, Air Force and Army, and is on the instructor panel at Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences Bethesda, USA.

Members of the Faculty Dr Michael Barrington St Vincents Hospital, VIC

Dr Bart McKenzie Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD

Dr Yean Chin Changi General Hospital, Singapore

Dr Dougal Miller Lismore Hospital, NSW

Dr Annabelle Harrocks Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, QLD

Dr Simon Patullo Gold Coast Health, QLD

Dr Phil Holz Hunter New England Area Health Service, NSW

Dr Neil Stokes Lismore Hospital, NSW

Dr Neil MacLennan Auckland Hospital, NZ

Introduction

Overview A one day hands-on practical course provides anaesthetists and trainees with the opportunity to learn new skills and theoretical knowledge to enhance their practice of regional anaesthesia. The anatomy laboratory at the University of QLD is purpose built for the education of medical and allied health staff where participants will receive guidance from experts in regional anaesthesia. In addition to a comprehensive theoretical component, practical sessions include: • Head, neck and eye block • Tap blocks • Lumbar, thoracic and paravertebral • Sciatic and lower limb • Upper limb • Needling and Ultrasound. Participants of the workshop will gain new knowledge and the confidence to perform regional anaesthesia in their clinical setting. Workstations are conducted in small groups, limited to 6 to allow adequate time for practice at each workstation. This event has been established since 2005 with positive feedback from previous participants. This workshop is being run separately from the ASA 2014 Congress as a stand-alone event and as such registration details and payment are not covered under your ASA Congress registration. Closing date for Registration Closing date for registration is 5 September 2014. Due to limited space, an early registration is highly recommended. Registration is on a first come first served basis. Registration Enquiries Australian Society of Anaesthetists - Phone : 02 9327 4022 or Email : [email protected] This event is supported by the Regional Anaesthesia Special Interest Group. Workshop Enquiries Nicci Ramsay - B. Braun [email protected] - 0448 777 129

Monica Mann - AstraZeneca [email protected] - 0414 857 762

Accreditation ANZCA Fellows may claim under the following category in their CPD Portfolio. Knowledge and Skills : 2 credits per hour. Tuition Complete Programme: AU $700 inc GST Early Bird on or before 1 August AU $795 inc GST per person after 1 August Includes education material and Trainer costs: • University of QLD specimen preparation and lab usage • Certificate of Attendance • Workshop materials (inc all safety gear) • Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea • Gold Cost return transfers (if required)

Program

5.30am

Transfer departs Gold Coast (if applicable)

7.00am

Registration

7.45am

Introduction and Overview - Dr David Scott

8.15am

Workstations • Head, Neck and Eye Blocks • TAP Block & Rectus Sheath Blocks, inc Needling Fresh Frozen

10.15am

Morning Tea

10.35am Workstations • Lumbar, Thoracic and Paravertebral Block • Femoral, Proximal Sciatic & Fascia Iliaca Block 12.35pm Lunch 1.35pm

Workstations • Distal Sciatic, Lower Limb Blocks • Upper Limb Blocks

3.35pm

Afternoon Tea

3.55pm

Workstation • Needling Fresh Frozen Cadaveric Station

4.45pm

Final questions, evaluations and closing comments

5.15pm

Finish

5.30pm

Return transfer to Gold Coast (if applicable)

Information

Transfers Your registration fee includes return transfer from the Gold Coast for those delegates attending the ASA 2014 Congress. Pick up 5.30am, location tbc, with return departing University of QLD, approx 5.30pm, with an expected Gold Coast arrival time 7.00pm. Please note on your registration whether you would like to utilise this service. Parking Saturday parking is free in all casual and permit areas including multilevel car parks. The multilevel car park on the corner of Sir Fred Schonell Drive and Mill Road is recommended as it is only a short walk. Cancellation If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge although regrettably, no refund can be made for cancellations. Please provide the name and title of the substitute delegate at least seven (7) days prior to the workshop. Disclaimer Names and photographs of delegates participating at Aesculap Academy workshops may be used for future printed and electronic marketing/promotional material. Please notify B. Braun if you do not wish to participate. Whilst every attempt will be made to ensure all features of the Course mentioned in this announcement take place as scheduled, the Organising Committee reserves the right to make last minute changes should the need arise. Privacy The details you provide will be used for the purposes of providing you with information and materials requested, as well as further information about B. Braun and AstraZeneca products and services. If you would like to know more about the Privacy Policies of Aesculap Academy or AstraZeneca please visit www.australia.aesculap-academy.com or www.astrazeneca.com.au.

* Enclosed shoes must be worn at this workshop. * Certificates issued on completion of evaluation forms * Workstations will be 60 minute rotations

Gross Anatomy Facility Otto Hirschfeld Building No 81 University of Qld, St Lucia www.uq.edu.au

Ultrasound machines provided by:

Horizons of Knowledge Competence to master the future The Aesculap Academy enjoys a world-wide reputation for medical training of physicians, senior nursing staff, staff in OR, anaesthesia, ward and hospital management. The CME accredited courses consist of hands-on workshops, management seminars and international symposia. For that, the Aesculap Academy was awarded the Frost & Sullivan award as Global Medical Professional Education Institution of the Year three times in succession. The Aesculap Academy courses are of premium quality and accredited by the respective medical societies and international medical associations.

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