Perioperative Medicine Symposium in conjunction with EBPOM (UK)

Program

Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th December 2017

This workshop will refresh and update your knowledge in perioperative medicine. Ideally suited for perioperative physicians and anesthetists who wish to keep abreast with the latest evidence and practical tools in the field of perioperative medicine.

Preceded on Thursday 7th & Friday 8th December 2017 by CPET & Prehabilitation Symposium. (Incorporating POETTS (UK) accredited CPET course)

Day 1 – Saturday 9th December
Time Action Speaker
07:45 08:15 Registration & Coffee
08:15 08:30 Welcome & Introduction Prof. David Story: Inaugural Chair – Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine Unit, University of Melbourne.
Perioperative Risk & Need for Redesign (Session Chair – Prof. David Story)
08:30 08:50 Myocardial Injury After Non-Cardiac Surgery: Impact and Management Prof. Philip (PJ) Devereaux, Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics & Population Research Institute, Hamilton HealthSciences and McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
08:50 09:10 Health Economic Impact of Major Complications: The hidden cost following Non-Cardiac Surgery A/Prof. Laurence Weinberg, Director, Department of Anaesthesia, Austin Hospital, Melbourne.
09:10 09:30 Bringing Value to Perioperative Medicine: A shared vision for multidisciplinary sub-specialisation? Dr. Sean MacManus, Senior Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist, ANZCA Perioperative Medicine Project Lead, ANZCA Councillor, Senior Lecturer James Cook University School of Medicine, Director of Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service, QLD.
09:30 09:50 Epidemiology of Perioperative Morbidity and Mortality: How big is the problem? Lessons learnt from ISOS, ESOS and EPOCH. Where to now? Prof. Rupert Pearse (Tele-Link), NIHR Research Professor & Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, Queen Mary University of London, UK.
09:50 10:10 Interactive Panel Discussion: Story – Devereaux, Weinberg, McManus, Pearse
10:10 10:40 Coffee
Improved Preoperative Risk Stratification and Preoperative Optimisation (Session Chair: Prof. Andrew Hill)
10:40 11:00 Frailty: One Million Shades of Grey – The Perioperative Assessment and Management of the Elderly Surgical Patient Dr. Emily Gordon, Geriatric Medicine AT & PhD Candidate, Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine, University of Queensland
11:00 11:20 Objective Functional Risk Assessment: Role of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET) A/Prof. Denny Levett, Consultant in Critical Care & Perioperative Medicine, Lead Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing Service, University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust, UK
11:20 11:40 Prehabilitation: It is Exercise and More…… Mr. Malcolm West, NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer and Honorary StR in Surgery, University of Southampton, UK
11:40 12:00 ERAS-Plus (+) & Surgery School: Partnering with Patients in the Perioperative Journey Dr. Daniel Conway, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Perioperative Medicine Lead, Central Manchester Foundation Trust, UK
12:00 12:20 Interactive Panel Discussion: Hill – Gordon, Levett, West, Conway
12:20 13:20 Lunch
Intraoperative Management – An Update (Session Chair: Prof. David Scott)
13:20 13:40 ERAS: Harnessing Implementation Science & Change Management to Reduce Variability in Clinical Care Prof. Andrew Hill, Colorectal Surgeon, Assistant Dean and Head of the South Auckland Clinical Campus, University of Auckland, Clinical Lead Research and Evaluation, Ko Awatea, New Zealand.
13:40 14:00 Fluid Therapy: Where are we now with non-invasive haemodynamic monitors and GDT algorithms post OPTIMISE I? Dr. Daniel Conway, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Perioperative Medicine Lead, Central Manchester Foundation Trust, UK
14:00 14:20 Cardiac Update: An update in cardiac guidelines and periop cessation of anti-hypertensives Prof. Philip (PJ) Devereaux, Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics & Population Research Institute, Hamilton HealthSciences and McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
14:20 14:40 Pulmonary Update: Postoperative Pulmonary Complications & Residual Curaristation: Time to retire Neostigmine? A/Prof. Paul Stewart, Clinical Senior Lecturer,
Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.
14:40 15:00 Interactive Panel Discussion: Scott – Hill, Conway, Devereaux, Stewart
15:00 15:30 Refreshments
Anaesthesia and Long-Term Outcomes (Session Chair: Prof. PJ Devereaux)
15:30 15:50 Renal Update: Perioperative Acute Kidney Injury following MajorNon-Cardiac Surgery Dr. David McIlroy, Staff Anaesthetist and Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Department of Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine
Alfred Hospital and Monash University, Melbourne.
15:50 16:10 Postoperative Neurocognitive Dysfunction: The role of the perioperative clinician? Prof. David Scott, President, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Director, Department of Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.
16:10 16:30 Delirium: Impact and Perioperative Prevention Strategies A/Prof. Lis Evered, NHMRC/ARC Dementia Research Fellow, Principle Research Fellow University of Melbourne and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.
16:30 16:50 Postoperative Cancer Recurrence: Does the Perioperative Period on Cancer Recurrence & The Quest for an Optimal Anaesthetic Technique Prof. Bernhard Riedel, Director, Department of Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
16:50 17:10 Interactive Panel Discussion: Devereaux – McIlroy, Scott, Evered, Riedel
19:00 for 19:30 21:30 Conference Dinner – with Pre-dinner drinks and Jazz Ensemble, GG’s European Restuarant: RSVP by Purchasing Dinner Ticket on Registration Site
Day 2 – Sunday 10th December
Time Action Speaker
07:45 08:15 Coffee
08:15 08:30 Welcome & Recap of Day 1 Dr. Jonny Nicholson, Consultant Staff Anaesthetist, Postoperative team lead, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne
Perioperative Care & Research (Session Chair – Prof. Guy Ludbrook)
08:30 08:50 Breaking News & Priority Areas for Future Research in Perioperative Medicine Prof. David Story, Inaugural Chair – Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine Unit, University of Melbourne.
08:50 09:10 Integrating Translational Research into Clinical Practice: A study in Colorectal Surgery Prof. Sandy Heriot, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Director Cancer Surgery, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Director, Lower GI Tumour Stream, Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Melbourne.
09:10 09:30 Integrating Epidemiological Research into Perioperative Medicine Prof. Kate Leslie, AO Consultant Anaesthetist, ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive, Director of Anaesthetics Research, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne.
09:30 09:50 Research Misconduct: Awareness is required when reading research manuscripts. Prof. David Vaux, AO Deputy Director and Joint Division Head, Division Cell Signalling and Cell Death, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne.
09:50 10:10 Interactive Panel Discussion: Ludbrook – Story, Heriot, Leslie, Vaux
10:10 10:40 Coffee
Expanding Perioperative Medicine into the Postoperative Arena (Session Chair: Prof. Sandy Heriot)
10:40 11:00 High Acuity Postoperative Teams: Pre-emptive Postoperative Care Dr. Jonny Nicholson, Consultant Staff Anaesthetist, Postoperative team lead, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne
11:00 11:20 Continuous noninvasive haemodynamic monitoring on surgical floors: What’s the role? Prof. Philip (PJ) Devereaux, Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics & Population Research Institute, Hamilton HealthSciences and McMaster University, Ontario, Canada.
11:20 11:40 Perioperative Intensive Care Medicine: An Update & Rescuing the Deteriorating Postoperative Patient Prof. Rinaldo Bellomo, Professor of Intensive Care, The University of Melbourne, Co-director, ANZ Intensive Care Research Centre, Director of Intensive Care Research, Austin Hospital, Melbourne
11:40 12:00 Interactive Panel Discussion: Heriot – Nicholson, Devereaux, Bellomo
The Future of Perioperative Medicine (Session Chair: Prof. Kate Leslie)
12:00 12:20 Update on Major Abdominal Surgery: Nuances in Perioperative Care & Impact of Complications A/Prof. Laurence Weinberg, Director, Department of Anaesthesia, Austin Hospital, Melbourne.
12:20 12:40 Is Coordinated Perioperative Care Cost-Effective? Prof. Guy Ludbrook, Head of Unit, University of Adelaide and Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia.
12:40 13:15 The Future of Perioperative Medicine: National and International Perspectives from a Multidisciplinary Team: Surgeon, Physician, Anaesthetist, Intensivist, ANZCA College. Leslie (Session Chair): Heriot, Devereaux, McManus, Ludbrook, Scott, Weinberg.
Closure