Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) and Advanced Haemodynamic Monitoring for Goal Directed Therapy (GDT) Workshop

Program

ERAS – PGDT Conference Friday, 16th September 2016
Time Lecture Title Speaker
7:30 8:00 Welcome, Registration, Coffee
8:00 8:20 ERAS – Evidence based perioperative care in practice. Prof. Olle Ljungqvist, Professor of Surgery, President of European ERAS Society, Sweden
8:25 8:45 Remodeling the Perioperative Pathway – the Future Dr. Martin Kuper
Anaesthetist, Medical Director, Homerton University Hospital, London, UK
8:50 9:10 Basic Pathophysiology of Recovery: The Role of Endocrine Metabolic Responses in Surgery Prof. Olle Ljungqvist, Professor of Surgery, President of European ERAS Society, Sweden
9:15 9:35 The Science Behind the Walk: How Preop and Postop Physical Activity Impacts Outcomes A/Prof. Prue Cormie, Exercise Physiologist, Institute for Health & Ageing, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne
9:40 10:00 Show me the Evidence: Preoperative Haematinic Optimisation Prof. Dave Story, Chair of Anaesthesia, University of Melbourne
10:05 10:30 Morning Tea / Coffee
10:30 10:50 Show me the Evidence: GDT and Individualized Fluid Management A/Prof. Laurence Weinberg, Austin Hospital, Melbourne
10:55 11:15 Show me the Evidence: Regional anaesthesia – Neuraxial blocks Prof. Kate Leslie, Anaesthetist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
11:20 11:40 Show me the Evidence: Anti-inflammatory strategy and intravenous lignocaine Dr. Jonathan Hiller, Anaesthetist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
11:45 12:30 Pro-Con debate: Contour Waveform Analysis – Does it have Clinical Utility in ERAS and PGDT? Dr. Sam Orde, Intensivist, Nepean Hospital, NSW (Pro) & Prof. Colin Royse, Anaesthetist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital (Con)
12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:00 Health System Buy-In: Value Proposition with the Patient and not for the Patient Ms. Carolyn Canfield, Independent citizen-patient & 2014 Canada Patient Safety Champion, Canada
14:05 14:30 Leadership: Leading complex change Dr. Michael Fischer, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Leadership Centre for Sustainable HRM and Wellbeing Peter Faber Business School Australian Catholic University (ACU)
14:35 14:55 Getting to No – Exploring alternate options A/Prof. Ross Kerridge, The University of Newcastle, New South Wales
15:00 15:30 Tea
15:30 17:30 Workshops – Choose 2 (TWO) of the 5 (FIVE) sessions (each 60 minutes)
Station 1 Setting up an Enhanced Recovery Program (ERP) – Barriers and Challenges to Overcome Dr. Martin Kuper, National Clinical Advisor on ERAS, NHS, UK Dr. Georgina Christelis & Ms. Yvette Console, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
Station 2 Change Management – how to lead it Ms. Lisa Smith, Minds at Work, Melbourne
Station 3 Business case writing– How to successfully obtain funding A/Prof. Roelof van Wijk, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Australia
Station 4 Advance Haemodynamic Monitors – Oesophageal Doppler, Flotrac, Clearsight A/Prof. Laurence Weinberg, Austin Hospital, Melbourne & Professor Bernhard Riedel, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne
Station 5 Transthoracic Echo – Point of care haemodynamic monitoring Adj. Prof. Dave Canty, Senior Lecturer and Director of Ultrasound Simulation, University of Melbourne & Dr. Sam Orde, Intensivist, Nepean Hospital, NSW
17:45 19:30 Wrap-up & Post conference drinks