The program overview below is provisional and will be updated as planning proceeds. Please check this page regularly.

Wednesday 11 October 2017

 0730 Workshop Registration Open / Exhibition Bump In | Banquet Hall & Marble Foyer, Ground Level
 0830-1030 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP SESSION 1 – MORE INFORMATION
Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Workshop 6
Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!
CENA Research Committee
It’s not what it is, it’s about what it can become
Oh the things you can find if you don’t stay behind
A person’s a person no matter how  small
(4 hour workshop)
It’s fun too have fun but you have to know how
It’s opener out there in the wide open air
Doric, Ground Floor Boardroom, Fourth Floor Tuscan, Ground Floor Ionic, Ground Floor Composite, Ground Floor Corinthian, Ground Floor
How to get started in clinically relevant research
Prof Marg Fry, Prof Kate Curtis~ Complimentary workshop – numbers limited ~
Clinician behaviour change
Dr Louise Atkins
Airway Skills and Team Dynamics
Dr Anthony Lewis, Dr Laurence Boss
Paediatric minor injury management. Skin, teeth, bones and distraction 
Glenda Mullen, Danielle Coates~ 4 hour workshop ~
Designing and conducting simulation.  Tricks and tips
Jane Cichero, Nadine Alcorn~ 4 hour workshop ~
Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV); Overcoming challenges in the ED
Claire Constantine
 1030-1115 Morning Tea
 1115-1315 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP SESSION 2 – MORE INFORMATION
Workshop 8 Workshop 9 Workshop 10 Workshop 4 cont. Workshop 5 cont. Workshop 11
So the writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads
Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind
A person’s a person no matter how  small
It’s fun too have fun but you have to know how
It’s opener out there in the wide open air
Doric, Ground Floor Boardroom, Fourth Floor Tuscan, Ground Floor Ionic, Ground Floor Composite, Ground Floor Corinthian, Ground Floor
Art and craft of peer review
Prof Ramon Shaban, Prof Julie Considine

~ Complimentary workshop – numbers limited ~
Injury management skills (binders, splints, HFNP, eFast, xray)
Matt Miller, Rochelle Cummins
Self-care & well-being for emergency nurses – leading person centred compassionate care
Suzanne Murray, Karen Tuqiri
…continued…
Paediatric minor injury management. Skin, teeth, bones and distraction 

Glenda Mullen, Danielle Coates
…continued…
Designing and conducting simulation.  Tricks and tips
Jane Cichero, Nadine Alcorn
Vascular Access in the Critically-lll Emergency Patient: I need Access NOW!
Marquerita Cirillo
1200 Registration Desk (Marble Foyer, Ground Level) & Speaker’s Preparation Area (Balcony, Level 2) Open
1300-1400 Welcome Lunch with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
Opening Plenary 1 | Grand Lodge | Chair: Wayne Varndell
To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world. Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
1400-1415 Welcome to Country | Uncle Chicka Madden
Conference Introduction | Conference Convenors
1415-1445 Keynote Address: Professor Gillian Triggs
Embedding human rights for our patients within emergency practice and chaos
1445-1515 Keynote Address: Professor Maaret Castrén
Teamwork, nurses and improving post resus care
1515-1535 Clinical Update 1: Linda Magann
End of life care in the ED
1535-1545 Q&A Panel
1545-1615 Afternoon Tea with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
Plenary Session 2 | Grand Lodge | Chair: Julie Considine
You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes.  You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.
1615-1730 5 minute talks from some of those who have travelled

  1. Role and what difference does it make
  2. Why did I do it?
  3. How did I do it?
  4. Future of the role?
  5. Best piece of advice and why…

CNC (Margaret Murphy); Remote (Josh Stafford); NUM (Anna O’Hare); NP (Matt Lutze); Austere (Alana Clements); Policy (Sarah Marmara); Military (Lisa Conlon); Academic (Prof Marg Fry)

1730 Sessions close
How did it get so late so soon?
 1730-1930 Welcome Reception in the Exhibition | Banquet Hall
If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good.

Thursday 12 October 2017

 0730 Registration Desk (Marble Foyer, Ground Level) & Speaker’s Preparation Area (Balcony, Level 2) Open
Arrival tea and coffee in the exhibition – You’ll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut!
  Plenary Session 3 | Grand Lodge | Chair: Professor Marg Fry
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind
0800-0820 What is the role of social media in clinical practice
Ian Miller
0820-0850 Keynote Address: Dr Lou Atkins
How to get clinicians to change their behaviour
0850-0915 Building resilience in emergency nurses
Professor Kim Foster
0915-0940 Engaging and working with different generations
Associate Professor Leanne Cutcher
0940-1000 Designing our future. Turn on your phone and have your say
Professor Julie Considine
1000-1030 Morning Tea with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
1030-1205 Concurrent Session A
ORAL PRESENTATIONS (15 minute presentation; 5 minute question time)
Paediatric Injury & Resuscitation
GRAND LODGE
Chair: Kylie Stark
Rural / Remote Innovation
IONIC
Chair: Michael Henley
Developing & Supporting Our Staff
CORINTHIAN
Chair: Wayne Varndell
Enhancing Handover
TUSCAN
Chair: Claire Hutchinson
Improving Care & Flow in the ED
COMPOSITE
Chair: 
Belinda Munroe
1030-1050 Childhood injury in Australia – a 10-year review of the characteristics and health outcomes of injury-related hospitalisations
Prof. Kate Curtis
Clinical considerations, barriers and outcomes for paediatric burns in rural and remote areas
Dr Bronwyn Griffin
Innovative succession planning and leadership development in a tertiary Emergency Department:  Developing the next generation of leaders through a clearly defined professional development pathway, education sessions and training days
Kimberly Jackson, Cassandra Rooney
It’s the ED I have a patient to handover: The development of the ED to ward clinical handover tool
Naomi Clark
Time is precious (T.I.P) , a fast track pathway for palliative care patients presenting to the Emergency Department
Daniela Vasquez, Lauren Deland
1055-1115 ‘It’s turned our world upside down’: Support needs of parents of critically injured children during ED admission
Dr Alexandra Young
Critical care in the middle of nowhere – delivering evidence-based resuscitation in rural Queensland by designing an innovative simulation course
Samuel Brookfield
Requisite education framework: A competency based framework for progression through the Emergency Department
Sean Lannan, Amanda Naumann
Emergency Department nursing shift leaders’ perceptions of their role in responding to escalation of care for patient clinical deterioration
Vanessa Leonard-Roberts
A randomised control trial: Improving analgesic administration time for the cognitively impaired older persons
Prof. Margaret Fry
1120-1140 Improving clinical handover of critically ill or injured children from the Emergency Department to the Children’s Intensive Care Unit
Jane Cichero
International flight nurse – destination Riyadh KSA  – an enchanted story of Arabian Nights and what lies beyond
Michele Hardesty-Munday
‘Growing Our Own’- educational framework to assist with the recruitment, professional development and retention of emergency nurses
Danielle Waddell, Tracey Ingvorsen
Optimizing the emergency to ward handover process
Shannon Bakon, Tracey Millichamp
Analysis of factors influencing length of stay in Emergency Department Dr. Sardjito Hospital Yogyakarta Indonesia
Happy Kusumawati
1145-1205 The development of the Northern Health “Paediatric Resuscitation Scribing Tool” to assist with scribing during resuscitation
Pamela Perera
Almost paradise!
Rebecca Collins
We don’t eat our young! The Royal North Shore Hospital second year transitions to Emergency Department Program
Jessica Willetts
Emergency Department nursing shift leaders’ responses to episodes of escalation of care for clinical deterioration
Vanessa Leonard-Roberts
The state of our Emergency Departments: Tasmanian trends and perspectives
Maria Unwin, Claire Morley
1205-1330 Lunch with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
1230-1330 CENA AGM (members only) | Grand Lodge
Plenary Session 4: Science that changed my practice | Grand Lodge | Chair: Professor Ramon Shaban
Better than hunches in bunches
1330-1430
  1. What is it?
  2. Why is it important?
  3. How did I translate it?

Professor Maaret Castrén; Dr John Lambert; Professor Julie Considine

1430-1440 Discussion
1440-1505 Transforming incidents into practical and affordable clinical change
Dr John Mackenzie
1505-1510 Move to breakouts
1510-1555 Concurrent Session B
ORAL PRESENTATIONS (15 minute presentation; 5 minute question time)
Design & Technology
GRAND LODGE
Chair: Kate Ruperto
Developing & Supporting Our Staff
IONIC
Chair: Celine Hill
Violence, We Won’t Be Silenced
CORINTHIAN
Chair: Matt Lutze
Generating Evidence for Change
TUSCAN
Chair: Belinda Munroe
1510-1530 Design to support staff communication in Emergency Departments
A/Prof. Bernice Redley
Morale, stress and coping strategies of clinical staff working in Emergency Departments: A comparison of two different departments
Dr Louisa Abraham, Dr Amy Johnston
Withdrawn Gender-based disparities in evidence-based care for patients admitted through Emergency Departments with acute coronary syndrome: A retrospective multi-site study
Dr Lisa Kuhn
1535-1555 Triage accuracy and consistency: The development and evaluation of the Triage Quality Assessment Software
Alister Hodge
Reducing perceived and objectively measured levels of stress in emergency nurses using an end of shift debrief – a research protocol
Lucinda Mithen
Workplace violence in the Emergency Department in Saudi Arabia: An inferential result
Waleed Alshehri
Now we know why respiratory rates are poorly recorded: Let’s do something about it!
Tracy Flenady
1555-1625 Afternoon Tea with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
Fellows Meeting | Balcony
Plenary Session 5 | Grand Lodge | Chair: Professor Kate Curtis 
If things start happening, don’t worry, don’t stew, just go right along and you’ll start happening too
 1630-1650 Keynote Address: Dr John Lambert
Technology, trust and how it will help you
1650-1725 Why fit in when you were born to stand out?  

  • Who I am and why
  • The most important things emergency nurses need to do from my perspective
  • How I can help you (emergency nurse)
  • Our Utopia

Executive (Associate Professor Clair Ramsden); New Graduate (Brooke Parsons); Forensics (Professor Joe Duflou); Clinical Excellence Commission (Paul Hudson); Paramedic (Adam Parker), Parent (Emma Bosker); Emerg Physician (Dr John MacKenzie);

 1725-1730 Session summary and close.
Free evening
Today was good, today was fun. Tomorrow is another one
1730 Meetings

  • Research Committee | CONRINTHIAN
  • National Education Committee |CARRINGTON
  • Marketing Committee | TUSCAN
  • Quality and Professional Practice Standards Committee | COMPOSITE
  • Editorial Team | IONIC
  • Professional Standards | BALCONY

Friday 13 October 2017

 0800 Registration Desk (Marble Foyer, Ground Level) & Speaker’s Preparation Area (Balcony, Level 2) Open
0830-1005 Concurrent Session C
ORAL PRESENTATIONS (15 minute presentation; 5 minute question time)
Nurse Led System Change
GRAND LODGE
Chair: Matt Lutze
Improving Injury Outcomes
IONIC
Chair: Michael Henley
Innovated, Simulated & Educated
CORINTHIAN
Chair: Kate Ruperto
Improving Assessment & Intervention
TUSCAN
Chair: Alana Clements
Care & Outcomes of Older People
COMPOSITE
Chair: Celine Hill
0830-0850 Building empathy among the people of an Emergency Department: Staff and patients – A two-way interaction
Jodie Burke
Trauma system development: The Tasmanian experience
Andrew Keygan
Designing and implementing full immersion simulation for use in clinical research studies
Dr Belinda Munroe
Emergency nurses knowledge and understanding of their role in recognising patients with sepsis: A clinical review
Amanda Harley, Dr Amy Johnston
Reducing the cost associated with care of elder patients in the ED: Impact of enhanced primary care in an aged care facility
Dr Marc Broadbent
0855-0915 Remodelling of the Nurse Navigator role in the Emergency Department: Change corporate high heels and fancy dresses into clinical scrubs in one foul swoop
Martin Ward, Nicole Altmann
The journey towards implementing two tier trauma team activation and a trauma registry in a regional Australian Emergency Department: Research, audit, review, education, and change management
Elizabeth Quinn
An exploration of the barriers and enablers to meaningful engagement with multidisciplinary simulation education among doctors and nurses in the Emergency Department
Samantha Hoole
Presenting patterns and pharmacological treatment of migraine in the ED
James Hughes
Influences on Emergency Department length of stay for older people
Prof. Julie Considine
0920-0940 A NURSE CALL BACK SYSTEM: Does telephone follow-up post discharge from an Emergency Department lead to improved patient outcomes, and understanding of discharge plan instructions?
Vanessa Gorman
Simulation-based multidisciplinary team training decreases time to urgent operative procedures for trauma patients
Margaret Murphy
Comparison of post graduate emergency nursing students and nurse educators formative and summative clinical appraisal assessments for patients requiring multi-system care
Rachel Cross
Refinement of an evidence informed care bundle for blunt chest injury
Sarah Kourouche
Characteristics and outcomes of older frequent attenders to the Emergency Department
Debra Berry
0945-1005 The Northern Hospital ambulance offload performance improvement – nursing led, nursing driven, nursing success
Jodee Bootle
Development of the Major Trauma Case review tool
Prof. Kate Curtis
Communication of graduate emergency nursing programs
Tamsin Jones
Improving the quality of care of elderly patients in the ED: Geriatric Emergency Department intervention
Andrea  Taylor
The trends and characteristics of older people presenting with mental health or drug and alcohol conditions to four emergency departments
Prof. Margaret Fry
1005-1030 Morning Tea with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
  Plenary Session 6: Drugs, bugs, blood  and brains | Grand Lodge | Chair: Margaret Murphy
Oh the things you can find if you don’t stay behind
 1030-1230
  1. Is there a problem?
  2. What is the evidence for and against (mythbusters)
  3. What should every ED nurse know?

Clinical update 2: Bugs, Professor Ramon Shaban
Clinical update 3: The exsanguinating trauma patients, Professor Kate Curtis
Clinical update 4: Procedural sedation, Wayne Varndell
Clinical update 5: Illicit drugs, Dr David Caldicott
Clinical update 6: Hot off the press! Triage, treatment and transfer trial for stroke in the ED, Professor Sandy Middleton

1230-1330 Lunch with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
1330-1505 Concurrent Session D
ORAL PRESENTATIONS (15 minute presentation; 5 minute presentation time)
How we should be doing it – Evidence Based Nursing Assessment
GRAND LODGE
Chair: Kylie Stark
Research & Innovation
IONIC
Chair: Wayne Varndell
Human & Environmental Crises
CORINTHIAN
Chair: Alana Clements
Implementing & Evaluating Practice Change
TUSCAN
Chair: Kate Ruperto
1330-1350 A theory-informed toolkit for implementing a patient-assessment framework into emergency nursing practice
Dr Belinda Munroe
Rapid rule out of acute coronary syndrome (ACS)
Erin O’Callaghan
Moments of disaster response in the Emergency Department
Dr Karen Hammad
Results of a protocol for a nurse led analgesia intervention in an urban Emergency Department – Pain-Protocol Initiating Nurses (P-PIN) – a retrospective review
Natasha Jennings, Claire Hatherley
1355-1415 Improving the early identification and management of sepsis: Successful implementation of an evidence-based screening and treatment pathway at Eastern Health
Meredith Symons
Abracadabra! Unveiling the invisible work of emergency nurse practitioners
Matt Lutze
The Perfect Storm: South Australian Emergency Department clinician’s experience of an extreme weather event
Dr Karen Hammad
Implementing clinical practice change in the Emergency Department for sepsis and fractured neck of femur; the good, the bad and the ugly of trying to change clinicians practice
Julie Gawthorne
1420-1440 Post resuscitation management of cardiac arrest patients in the critical care environment: A retrospective audit of compliance with evidence based guidelines
Annabel Milonas
Go hard in the waiting room: Early methoxyflurane
Allison Jordan
Refugees on the Aegean, and beyond: An emergency nursing perspective on humanitarian aid work and primary care
Michael Henley
CREDIT: Cannulation Rates in the Emergency Department Intervention Trial.  Improving patient care through the reduction of unnecessary cannula insertion in the Emergency Department
Tracey Hawkins
1445-1505 Improving care for people with Parkinson’s disease presenting to an Emergency Department: Implementing a care bundle
Prof. Margaret Fry
Eye tracking technology; education through innovation
Louise Veitch, Anil Thaduri
‘Oh the places you will go – and what will you find when you get there?’ An account of nurses overcoming barriers in a refugee crisis to provide nursing care
Helen Zahos
Implementation, evaluation and refinement of an intervention to improve blunt chest injury management
Prof. Kate Curtis
 1505-1530 Afternoon Tea with the Exhibitors | Banquet Hall
  Closing Plenary | Grand Lodge | Chair: Wayne Varndell
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go
1530-1600 Plenary Address: Peter Anthony
The psychology of influence
1600-1630 Keynote Address: Professor Maaret Castrén
Clinician + Knowledge = Leader
1630-1700 Conference Awards, Lucky door prizes, Handover & Close

  • Best Research Presentation
  • Best Research Study Poster
  • Best Innovation Project Presentation
  • Best Innovation Project Poster
  • Emergency Care Institute Evidence into Practice Research Paper

You’re off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So… get on your way!

And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed.)

 Evening Put on your best op-shop glam for the Conference Dinner (with prizes, conference awards and more!) | Ivy Ballroom
The Ivy Ballroom is located at Level 1, 320 George Street (15 minutes walk from SMC).  Click here for more a full dinner description including dress code and inclusions.

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