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SMACC 2013 PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

 


 

MONDAY 11th MARCH AM

0800-0815h Opening Ceremony

 

0815-1000hResuscitation Plenary (AM)
Chairs: Harris Twitter Moderator: Flower

4 x 20 min talks + 25 min discussion with questions

 

  1. 1.    Weingart, Scott - The Essence of Critical Care: Upstairs Care, Anywhere!
  2. 2.    Finfer, Simon – Crashing Sepsis
  3. 3.    Myburgh, John – Catecholamines, Resuscitation and Resurrection: fact or fiction?
  4. 4.    Reid, Cliff - Making Things Happen

1030-1230hAM Concurrent Sessions

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

 

Concurrent 1
Chair = Cadogan
Pediatric SMACCdown

1:Carley, Simon – Relax, Children ARE Just Little Adults…
2:Numa, Andrew – When enough is enough
3:McCaskill, Mary -
Neonatal Nightmares
4:O’Meara, Matt - Fluids and Kids: FEAST or famine

Concurrent 2
Chair – Macken
Shock!

1:Weingart, Scott – Tubing the Shocked Patient
2:Delaney, Anthony – Goal directed therapy – where are the goalposts?
3;Myburgh, John – Fluid Resuscitation: Which, when and how much?
4:Johnston, Michelle – Challenging the assessment of shock – do we know it when we see it?

Concurrent 3
Chair = Reid
Trauma!

1:Holley, Anthony – War, what is it good for?
2:Hern, Cath – There will be Blood! (Massive transfusion & hemostatic resuscitation)
3:Finfer, Simon – Lifting the lid off TBI
4:Burns, Brian – Trauma Before & Beyond the Hospital

 

 

MONDAY 11th MARCH PM

1330-1530hPM1 Concurrent Sessions

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

SMACC Q&A Panel = questions and discussion only

 

Concurrent 1
Chair = Mac Partlin
SonoMythbusters

1:Bowra , Justin – IVC Filling, the ultimate myth
2:Nalos, Marek - Lung, the final frontier
3:Goudie, Adrian – Cardiac: Traps for young players
4:Rippey, James - Ultrasound algorithms: Pathways to disaster

Concurrent 2
Chair = Finfer
SMACC Year in Review

1:Seppelt, Ian – ICU in review
2:Paoloni, R - EM in Review
3:Tzannes, Alex - PHARM in Review
4:Guthrie, Kane – FOAM in Review

Concurrent 3
Chair = Flower
SMACC Q&A Panel

Lex, Joe
Weingart, Scott
Cadogan, Mike
Carley, Simon
Nickson, Chris
Flower, Oli
Gussow, Leon

1600-1730hFuture of Education Plenary (PM)
Chairs: A Holley Twitter Moderator: Matt MacPartlin

3 x 20 min talks + 30 min panel discussion with questions

 

 

  1. Lex, Joe — From Hippocrates to Osler to FOAM
  2. Brazil, Victoria — Technology versus Learning
  3. Carley, Simon — Educational Leadership and Subversion
  4. Panel discussion on ‘FOAM/ Social Media – building a road map’ led by Brazil – involving Cadogan, Carley, Lex, Nickson, Le Cong, and Holley


TUESDAY 12th MARCH AM

0800-1000hSocial Media and Critical Care Plenary (AM)
Chairs: Nickson, Twitter Moderator: Minh Le Cong

5x 15 min talk, 45 min discussion

 

  1. 1.    Cadogan, Mike — Forget Social media… Get #FOAMed!
  1. Weingart, Scott — The Road to Insanity
  2. Carley, Simon — Anarchy in the UK
  3. Lex, Joe — An Old Dog Learning New Tricks
  4. Stocks, Karen — Be Seen, Be Heard (The view from Google/ Youtube)

1030-1230hAM1 Concurrent Sessions

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

 

Concurrent 1
Chair = Flower
Lessons for Us All
1:Lex, Joe – 45 years on the Frontline
2:Johnston, Michelle – Lessons from the Classics
3:Habig, Karel – To Air is Human
4:Parker, Casey – The MacGyver Dilemma
Concurrent 2
Chair = Cadogan
Social Media & Tech
1:Walter, Julian – Law and Order in Social Media
2:Brazil, Victoria – Present Better with Tech
3: Burrell, Tony - Achieving quality in FOAM
4: Davis, Tessa - How to Create a Medical App
Concurrent 2
Chair = Reid
Critical Care Controversies

1:Young, Paul – Fever: Friend or Foe?
2:Cohen, Jeremy – ‘Roids in Sepsis
3:Macken, Lewis – Therapeutic hypothermia
4:Holley, Anthony – Coagulation/ Transfusion

 


TUESDAY 12th MARCH PM
1330-1530hPM1 Concurrent Sessions

5 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

 

Concurrent 1
Chair = Le Cong
Free Papers
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Concurrent 2
Chair = Baker
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Concurrent 3
Chair = Macken
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1600-1730hSonoGames Plenary (PM)

 

Chair/Judges – MacPartlin, James Rippey, Sharon Kay, Adrian Goudie

 


 

WEDNESDAY 13th MARCH AM

0800-1000hThe Mind of the Resuscitationist Plenary (AM)
Chairs: Flower, Twitter Moderator: MacPartlin

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

 

  1. 1.    Weingart, Scott - The Right Stuff
  1. Reid, Cliff - How to be a Hero
  2. Nickson, Chris – All Doctors are Jackasses
  3. Carley, Simon – Wrestling with Risk

1030-1230hAM1 Concurrent Sessions

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

except concurrent 3 = 5 x 18 min talks + 25 min discussion with questions

 

Concurrent 1
Chair – MacPartlin
Neuro & Imaging

1:Weingart, Scott — Time is Brain: The Neurocritical Airway
2:Flower, Oli – Time is spine: Acute Spinal Cord Injury
3:Brannigan, Domhnall – Stroke Thrombolysis: Clot busters busted
4:Harrington, Tim - Clot Retrieval and the Future of Stroke

Concurrent 2
Chair – Le Cong
Know Your Weapons

1:Burns, Brian – Always carry a scalpel
2:Fogg, Toby – Has video killed the laryngoscope star?
3:Hern, Cath – ROTEM/TEG in the Real World
4:Rosenberg, Alex – Cardiac output in the Resus Room: Pressure versus flow

Concurrent 3
Chair = Harris
The Heart of the Matter

1:Body, Richard - Taking the pain out of ACS
2:Larkin, John – Extreme ECG Encounters
3:Kay, Sharon – Echo for Everyone : 5 things never to miss
4:Pye, Roger – ECMO Anywhere
5:Litton, Ed - Pump or no IABP that is the question

 

 

WEDNESDAY 13th MARCH PM

The Mind of the Resuscitationist Plenary (AM)
Chairs: Flower, Twitter Moderator: MacPartlin

1330-1530hPM2 Concurrent Sessions

4 x 20 min talks + 40 min discussion with questions

except concurrent 3 = 5 x 18 min talks + 25 min discussion with questions

 

Concurrent 1
Chair – Gussow
All Things are Poison
1:Isbister, Geoff - Does Antivenom Work?
2:Buckley, Nick – Paracetamol: More than meets the eye
3:Dawson, Andrew – Tox Asian Style
4:Little, Mark - More Tox! (TBA)
Concurrent 2
Chair = Holley
Get Ready for Combat!
1:Brazil, Victoria — SNAFU? FUBAR? Communication in the heat of battle
2:Webb Sarah — You can’t handle the truth: Chains of Command
3:Vassiliadis, John — Courage under Fire
4:Gatward, Jon — Guerilla sim: anywhere, anytime, anyone
Concurrent 3
Chair – ?
Seconds from Disaster…

1:Weingart, Scott - Just Crack the Chest!
2:Le Cong, Minh – Airway Clean Kills
3:Fennessey, Gerard – Anaphylaxis: The Dying Breaths
4:Cartner, Michaela – Mass Casualties and Real Disasters
5:Marr, Richard - Final Moments Caught on Film

1600-1730hSimWars Plenary (PM)

 

Chair/ Judges – Scott Weingart, Cliff Reid, Jon Gatwood, iSimulate, John Vassiliadis

 

1730-1800h SMACC Awards and Closing Ceremony

 

One Comment Post a comment
  1. John Johnston #

    Will it be possible to view the sessions online if one can’t attend?
    Cheers

    October 31, 2012

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