AUCKLAND CITY SYMPOSIUM

Saturday, 24 March 2018

Risky Business

How understanding risk affects decision-making in surgical patients


Venue:
Auditorium, School of Medicine, The University of Auckland
85 Park Road, Grafton, Auckland, New Zealand

Keynote Speakers

Professor Bernhard RiedelDirector, Department of Anaesthesia Perioperative & Pain Medicine

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia

Professor Hilary GrocottAnesthetist, Department of Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine

Dr. Grocott currently holds the position of tenured Professor in the Department of Anesthesia, Perioperative & Pain Medicine at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. He also serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia. He completed medical school in Canada at the University of Saskatchewan in 1990, an anesthesia residency at the University of Manitoba, and clinical fellowship and research training in Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed articles, abstracts and book chapters in a range of anesthesia and cardiac surgical topics. His research interests largely relate to the cerebral sequelae of cardiac surgery where he has focused on cerebral monitoring and adverse outcomes after cardiac surgery.

Local Faculty

Professor Kate Leslie AO FAHMS
Dr Doug Campbell Specialist Anaesthetist, Auckland City Hospital
Professor Rod Jackson Professor of Epidemiology, University of Auckland
Mr Mike Puttick General Surgeon, Auckland City Hospital
Professor Keith Petrie Professor of Health Psychology, University of Auckland
Dr Anne O'Callaghan Palliative Care Physician, Auckland City Hospital
Mr Luke Boyle Data Scientist, Orion Health

ABOUT ACS 2018

The theme of the 2018 Auckland City Symposium is, How to Interpret and Communicate Perioperative Risk.  

Our invited international speakers are Prof. Hilary Grocott from University of Manitoba and Prof. Bernhard Riedel from Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne.  Prof. Grocott will speak about how perioperative risk influences Shared Decision Making and Prof. Riedel will discuss how perioperative risk influences care in oncological surgery.  Our international speakers will be joined by an excellent local faculty and we would like to acknowledge their hard work and commitment to our meeting.

We look forward to you seeing you in March.

Regards

Doug Campbell, Kerry Gunn & Neil MacLennan
Convenors
ACS 2018 Organising Committee

 

Programme

A list of programme highlights for ACS 2018, please note that times are subject to change.

Saturday, 24 March 2018

0800 - 0810 Welcome and Introduction Dr Doug Campbell
Session 1: Scientific Principles
0810 - 0850 Shared Decision Making (SDM) in the Perioperative Setting Prof. Hilary Grocott
0850 - 0920 How should we measure risk? Dr Doug Campbell
0920 - 0950 Risk calculators: A user guide Prof. Rod Jackson
0950 - 1020 Morning Break
Session 2: Clinical Applications
1020 - 1100 Modifying risk in cancer surgery Prof. Bernhard Riedel
1100 - 1130 The future of risk prediction Luke Boyle
1130 - 1200 Futility – when not operating is the best choice Mr Mike Puttick
1200 - 1300 Lunch Break
Session 3: Clinical Applications
1300 - 1330 A patient's perception of risk Prof. Keith Petrie
1330 - 1400 Risks associated with procedural sedation Prof. Kate Leslie
1400 - 1430 Palliation in surgical patients Dr Anne O'Callaghan
1430 - 1500 Afternoon Break
Session 4: Difficult Decisions
1500 - 1530 Case-based discussions
1630 - 1640 Future Meetings Dr Neil MacLennan / Dr Kerry Gunn
1640 - 1640 Meeting concludes
1640 - 1800 Drinks and Nibbles

Saturday, 24 March 2018

0800 - 0810 Welcome and Introduction Dr Doug Campbell
Session 1: Scientific Principles
0810 - 0850 Shared Decision Making (SDM) in the Perioperative Setting Prof. Hilary Grocott
0850 - 0920 How should we measure risk? Dr Doug Campbell
0920 - 0950 Risk calculators: A user guide Prof. Rod Jackson
0950 - 1020 Morning Break
Session 2: Clinical Applications
1020 - 1100 Modifying risk in cancer surgery Prof. Bernhard Riedel
1100 - 1130 The future of risk prediction Luke Boyle
1130 - 1200 Futility – when not operating is the best choice Mr Mike Puttick
1200 - 1300 Lunch Break
Session 3: Clinical Applications
1300 - 1330 A patient's perception of risk Prof. Keith Petrie
1330 - 1400 Risks associated with procedural sedation Prof. Kate Leslie
1400 - 1430 Palliation in surgical patients Dr Anne O'Callaghan
1430 - 1500 Afternoon Break
Session 4: Difficult Decisions
1500 - 1530 Case-based discussions
1530 - 1630 Panel discussion Panel
1630 - 1640 Future Meetings Dr Neil MacLennan / Dr Kerry Gunn
1640 - 1640 Meeting concludes
1640 - 1800 Drinks and Nibbles
 

Programme

Saturday, 24 March 2018

0800 - 0810 Welcome and IntroductionDr Doug Campbell
Session 1: Scientific Principles
0810 - 0850 Shared Decision Making (SDM) in the Perioperative SettingProf. Hilary Grocott
0850 - 0920 How should we measure risk?Dr Doug Campbell
0920 - 0950 Risk calculators: A user guideProf. Rod Jackson
0950 - 1020 Morning Break
Session 2: Clinical Applications
1020 - 1100 Modifying risk in cancer surgeryProf. Bernhard Riedel
1100 - 1130 The future of risk predictionLuke Boyle
1130 - 1200 Futility – when not operating is the best choiceMr Mike Puttick
1200 - 1300 Lunch Break
Session 3: Clinical Applications
1300 - 1330 A patient's perception of riskProf. Keith Petrie
1330 - 1400 Risks associated with procedural sedationProf. Kate Leslie
1400 - 1430 Palliation in surgical patientsDr Anne O'Callaghan
1430 - 1500 Afternoon Break
Session 4: Difficult Decisions
1500 - 1530 Case-based discussions
1530 - 1630 Panel discussionPanel
1630 - 1640 Future MeetingsDr Neil MacLennan / Dr Kerry Gunn
1640 - 1640 Meeting concludes
1640 - 1800 Drinks and Nibbles

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