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Pre-Conference Workshops 2019-02-15T12:14:36+00:00

Pre-Conference Workshops

Title Developing a Quality Rapid Response System: The Essentials
Details Date: 17 Apr 2019 (Wed)
Time: 8am to 5pm
Venue: Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH)
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Synopsis This one-day course for clinicians and administrators aims to familiarise participants with the evidence base and methodology for Rapid Response Systems (RRSs) – a leading approach for hospital based patient-safety with a significant body of evidence for reduction of adverse patients’ related outcomes including cardio-pulmonary arrests
Learning Objectives Basic introduction to a standardised methodology to implement hospital based patients’ safety through innovations, technology and tools such as a rapid response system
Schedule Click to view schedule in PDF format
  • Dr Francesca Rubulotta, Consultant, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Imperial College London, UK
  • Dr John Welch, President, International Society of Rapid Response System and Consultant Nurse, University College London Hospitals, UK
  • Dr Daryl Jones, Associate Professor, University of Melbourne and Consultant, Intensive Care Specialist, Austin Health, Australia
  • Dr Chris Subbe, Consultant, Acute, Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor, UK
  • Dr Faheem Khan, Senior Consultant, Department of Intensive Care Medicine and Emergency Medicine, NTFGH, Singapore
Targeted Participant No. 45
Price per participant (before GST) $150 (Nurses/Allied Healthcare, Student, Administrative Professional and Others)
$250 (Doctors)
Title Human Factors & Team Psychology at the Sharp End:
Medical Crisis Resource Management in Acute Clinical Care
Details Date: 17 April 2019, Wednesday
Time: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Venue: JurongHealth Simulation & Clinical Education Centre (JSCEC)
Synopsis Learn experientially, via high-fidelity simulation, debriefs & case scenarios, how doctors & nurses make the transformation from a group of individuals with knowledge and skills to an effective team at the bedside of an acutely ill patient
Learning Objectives Learn about:
1. Leadership, roles, team work
2. Task management, mutual support, conflict resolution
3. Decision making in acute care
4. Handling info & resources, situational awareness, global assessment
5. Communication, advocacy, assertiveness
  • Clin Assoc Prof Gerald Chua, Medicine
  • Adj Assoc Prof Amila Punyadasa, Emergency Medicine
  • Dr Amit Kansal, Intensive Care Medicine
  • Dr Shanaz Sajeed, Emergency Medicine
Targeted Participant No. 24
Price per participant (before GST) $500