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Pre-Conference Workshops 2019-04-11T12:02:07+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
Faculty
  • 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)
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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
Schedule
Faculty
  • 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

Conference Workshop

Title Bellavista Workshop
Details Date: 19 Apr 2019 (Friday)
Time: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Venue: Summit 1 Theatre, Level 3, Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre
Synopsis The Bellavista 1000 series ventilator is unique as it is one of the only devices that can be configured to provide all aspects of ventilation.

The key points about Bellavista are as follows

  • The latest in turbine technology using proportional valves which is the same concept as conventional high-end ventilators (>260 Lpm maximum flow)
  • A configurable user interface
  • Configurable Pathology defined startup options
  • High performing NIV and High Flow O2 therapy modes
  • Automatic leak compensation (>120 LPM)
  • Automatic rise time for pressure-based modes
  • Automatic synchrony in PSV (invasive and non-invasive ventilation)
  • AVM mode which provides complete automatic ventilation from full ventilation to automatic weaning
  • Lung recruitment tool for analysis of the patient’s potential to recruit followed by recruitment and setting of optimal PEEP
  • Esophageal pressure and Trans-Pulmonary pressure measurements.

Based on the above the course will give the attendees an overview of the Bellavista and its clinical benefits.

The speakers are all experts on the use of Bellavista.

Schedule Click to view schedule in PDF format
Faculty
  • Graeme A’Court
  • Dr Ross Freebairn
  • Geonimo Tabuzo