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

Wednesday 16 October 2019

 0730 Workshop Registration Open | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
1100-1300 Exhibitor Bump-In | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

The pre-conference workshops will be held at the conference venue the morning of Wednesday 16th October prior to the Welcome Lunch.  Participation is an additional cost.  Each workshop has a limited number of participants that can attend and bookings will be taken in a first come, first served basis.  Delegates and non-delegates as welcome to book.

Clinical Data to Publication Workshop is subsidised by CENA.  Small fee charged to cover catering: CENA Member $15, Full-Time Student $15, Non-Member $25
All other workshops: CENA Member $50, Full-Time Student $50, Non-Member $100

BALCONY 1 BALCONY 2 BALCONY 3 BALCONY 4
0900-1200 Workshop to be advised Workshop to be advised Workshop to be advised Workshop to be advised
1200-1900 Registration Open | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
1200-1800 Speaker’s Preparation Room | SUITE 2
1230-1330 WELCOME LUNCH | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
OPENING PLENARY 1 | BALLROOM BC
1330-1340 Welcome to Delegates | Jack Fabian, Conference Convenor
Welcome to Country | Indigenous Representative
1340-1350 Opening Address
1350-1430

Keynote Speaker: Professor Brenda Wilson, Lieutenant Governor of South Australia


Professor Brenda Wilson has worked in the health industry and aged care sector, across both public and private sectors for more than 40 years.

She graduated as a general nurse from Royal Adelaide Hospital (1976) and subsequently trained as an intensive and coronary care nurse (1978). She completed a Diploma of Applied Science at the South Australia College of Advanced Education (1982) and was awarded professorial status in the departments of nursing at Flinders University in 2000 and University of South Australia in 2015.

Brenda was appointed as the first female Lieutenant Governor of South Australia in 2014.

1430-1500 Keynote Speaker
11500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
CONCURRENT SESSION A
BALLROOM BC
BALLROOM A
BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1530-1555
1600-1625
1630-1655
1700 Sessions conclude
1700-1900

WELCOME RECEPTION | Gallery Level 1

Welcome to the 2019 ICEN Conference! This is the first social opportunity to catch up with your interstate colleagues and sponsors and exhibitors of the Meeting.  The welcome reception also provides a great opportunity to meet delegates who are attending the conference for the first time.


Thursday 17 October 2019

0800-0900 Registration Desk | Gallery Level 1
0800-1600 Speaker’s Preparation Room | Suite 2
PLENARY SESSION 2 | BALLROOM BC
0900-0910 Welcome | Cathi Montague, SA CENA Branch Vice President
0910-0950 Keynote Speaker: Tim Duncan, Aeromedical Retrieval Specialist, RFDS Queensland


Tim is an aeromedical retrieval specialist who has worked as a doctor with the RFDS Queensland Section for over 3 years. He is also a generalist anaesthetist and film maker.  He lives in Melbourne, Mt Isa and he gets to the remote parts of the Northern Territory when he can, for that is where his own life was saved and changed.  Click here for full biography (RFDS).

0950-1030 Clinical Update
1030-1100 MORNING TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
CONCURRENT SESSION B
BALLROOM BC BALLROOM A BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1100-1125
1130-1155
1200-1225
1230-1330 LUNCH | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
1250-1330 CENA AGM | BALLROOM A
CONCURRENT SESSION C
BALLROOM BC BALLROOM A BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1330-1355
1400-1425
1430-1455
1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
CONCURRENT SESSION D
BALLROOM BC BALLROOM A BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1530-1555
1600-1625
1630-1655
1700 Sessions conclude
1700-1800 Meetings

  • Research Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Membership and Representation
  • Professional Standards and Credentialing Committee

Friday 18 October 2020

0800 Registration Desk | Gallery, Level 1
0800-1600 Speakers Preparation Room | Suite 2
PLENARY SESSION 3 | BALLROOM BC
0900-0910 Welcome | Kevin O’Shaugnessy, Scientific Convenor
0910-0950

Keynote Speaker: Dr Karen Hammad, Consultant, World Health Organisation, Geneva


In 2001 while watching scenes from the World Trade Center attack unfold on television Karen was prompted to reflect on the readiness of the emergency department she was working in at the time as well as her own personal preparedness for something similar occurring in her own city. Karen recognised gaps in her own disaster preparedness and through discussions with colleagues became aware that others felt as unprepared as she did. This stirred a passion in Karen which determined the rest of her career focussing on building resilience and preparedness in front line health professionals. Click here for full biography.

0950-1030 Plenary Session
1030-1100 MORNING TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
CONCURRENT SESSION E
BALLROOM BC BALLROOM A BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1100-1125
1130-1155
1200-1225
1230-1330 LUNCH | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
1240-1330 Fellows Lunch | BALLROOM A
CONCURRENT SESSION F
BALLROOM BC BALLROOM A BALCONY 1+2 BALCONY 3+4
1330-1355
1400-1425
1430-1455
1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1
CLOSING PLENARY SESSION 4 | BALLROOM BC
1530-1600 Keynote Speaker
1600-1630 Conference Awards:

  • People’s choice ‘best paper’ as voted by the delegates
  • Best Presentation
  • Best Novice Presentation
  • Best Poster
  • Best Novice Poster
  • Emergency Care Institute Evidence into Practice Research Paper

2020 ICEN Gold Coast Handover

1900 till late

GALA DINNER | ADELAIDE TOWN HALL

It is with great pleasure that the Organising Committee of the 17th ICEN invite you to attend the 2019 Gala Dinner at the magnificient Adelaide Town Hall.