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Paediatrics - Clinical Tips and Literature Update

About The Event

Paediatrics - Clinical Tips and Literature Update

Tuesday 23 March 2021, 19:00 (South Australia) / 19:30 (AEDT)

Hosted by Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

With Support from Australasian College of Paramedicine and College of Emergency Nursing Australasia

Presentations:

Mild Closed Head Injury

Presented by: Dr Charmaine Gray FRACP, PED Fellow

Convulsive Status Epilepticus

Presented by: Dr Sasha Rossaye FRACP, PED Consultant

Use of High Flow in Bronchiolitis

Presented by: Dr Jacquie Schutz FRACP, PED Consultant

De-escalation of children with agitation

Presented by: Dr Abdul Musa FRACP, PED Consultant

Neonatal Sepsis

Presented by: Dr Lalith Gamage FRACP, PED Consultant, General Paediatrician

Tips from Mortality and Morbidity Reviews

Presented by: Dr Fran Lockie FRACP, PED Consultant, Medical Retrieval Consultant

Moderated By:

Dr Davinder Gill and

Dr Jane Cocks

PED Consultants

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Further information

The webinar will be held online via Vimeo - Live Streamed on the ACP Website.

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Speakers

Dr Lalith Gamage

Dr Lalith Gamage is a paediatrician who works in both hospital and community paediatrics, and in both metropolitan and rural locations. He works at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital as a Paediatric Emergency Physician and a Paediatrician at Port Augusta Hospital. He completed his specialist training at Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre, Lyell McEwin and Port Augusta Hospital. He gained his dual fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians (Paediatrics) and Emergency Medicine in 2012. Dr Lalith is also lecturer at the Rural School of Medicine at Adelaide University, and as a result is involved in teaching medical students in addition to being an instructor of APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support).

Dr. Abdul-razaq Musa

Dr. Abdul-razaq Musa is a Paediatric Emergency Physician at The Women’s & Children’s Hospital (WCH) in SA. His interests are emergency acute mental health care and promoting paediatric resuscitation skills and knowledge in low resource areas. Dr. Musa is a Faculty member of the Paediatric Mental Health Emergency Training course (PMH-ET) which is held at the WCHN since 2009. He is the Paediatric ED liaison with the WCH Mental Health unit and the lead writer of several Mental Health policies and guidelines both at the WCH and beyond. With colleagues from Paediatric Mental Health Training Unit at the University of Adelaide, Dr Musa established a paediatric specific de-escalation module titled AGRO+ which aims at improving the knowledge and confidence of health care workers in managing children with acute severely disturbed behaviours.

Dr Jacquie Schutz

Dr Jacquie Schutz has worked as a Paediatric Emergency Physician at the Women's and Children's Hospital since 2004. Over the years she has had experience in paediatric retrieval, worked with the PREDICT research group, and is currently on the board of APLS, chairing their course development committee. Her work with APLS over the past 20 years has led to an interest in adult education and simulation. She is part of her department's team aiming to develop strategies for improving staff well-being, and has recently begun refreshing her skills in hypnotherapy, in particular, how to apply them to the setting of an ED.

Dr Charmaine Gray

Dr Charmaine Gray is a Fellow of Paediatric emergency and is currently the clinical Fellow at Women and Children’s in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Charmaine undertook her post-graduate medical studies in Perth, Western Australia after initially completing her Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology. Following this, she worked at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne before returning to work in Adelaide. In addition to her clinical work she is currently undertaking a PhD at Adelaide University, with a focus on research techniques in studies of acute severe paediatric asthma and how to incorporate qualitative work into core outcome sets. She is passionate about teaching and encouraging others to engage in the field of research

Dr Francis Lockie

Dr Francis Lockie is a Paediatric Emergency and Retrieval physician working at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and SAAS MedSTAR. He trained in London and Sydney and recently enjoyed a stint on the faculty at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver. He is interested in emergency airway management and currently co-chairs the WCH airway safety group. He is an active APLS instructor and enjoys teaching on the annual instructor course in Sri Lanka. Fran recently deployed to Samoa for the measles crisis with AUSMAT and also runs the safety and quality programme for PED.

Dr Sasha Rossaye

Dr Sasha Rossaye, PEM Specialist, Sim enthusiast with an interest in Toxicology and Disaster Management.

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Event Information

Date
23rd Mar 2021
Time
19:30 – 21:30 AEDT
Venue
Live Webinar
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