23 – 26 June 2011 by yaofenji


									23 – 26 June

  Citigate Hotel
707 Wellington St
The Citigate Hotel, Perth

Perth boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Australia, along with fantastic shopping, an array
of recreational activities and exquisite dining. Explore Perth's perfect beaches, entertain the family at
some of our many family attractions or take an adventure through our unspoiled bushland, parks and

Located at the western end of Perth's vibrant city centre, this Perth City Hotel is centrally located and
is a short stroll to the heart of the city, with its vibrant malls and shopping areas, including Murray and
Hay Street malls, King Street boutiques and Harbour Town Brand Direct Outlet Shopping Centre. It is
close to the Domestic Airport, with the journey taking approximately 25 minutes by car. Citigate Perth
also boasts easy access to Perth's rail and bus terminals, including:

•       Wellington Street Bus Terminal                     •       Free city CAT bus services

•       Perth Train Station                                •       Freeway access onto the Mitchell

•       Perth Underground Train Station                            Freeway from the Wellington Street
                                                                   on ramp
•       City West Train Station

It is also ideally situated to explore all of Perth's best attractions such as:

    •   Perth Zoo                                              •   Burswood Casino and Golf Course
    •   Perth Mint                                             •   Burswood Dome
    •   Swan Bell Tower                                        •   Rottnest Island
    •   Kings Park Botanic Gardens                             •   Swan River and Fremantle cruises
    •   Fremantle Prison                                       •   WACA Cricket Ground

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Please read this Conference brochure carefully prior to completing the registration and accommodation
booking forms which are available online at www.aieptyltd.org in the Member’s Lounge.

Complete and return the Conference Registration Form to AIE Head Office together with full payment.
Registration bookings cannot be accepted without full payment.

Full Registration includes:

   •   Attendance at all Conference sessions
   •   Daytime catering, as specified in the program
   •   Return transport to off-site functions (as indicated)

Partial Registration (delegate or partner) includes:

   •   Attendance at the specific session or activity
   •   Return transport to the specific off-site function (as indicated)

Registration, Cancellation & Refunds

Registration cancellations must be received in writing to AIE Head Office prior to 27 May 2011.
Thereafter, no refunds will apply, however, substitutions are welcome.

Accommodation Bookings
To make an accommodation booking please fill in the Accommodation Booking Form and return to:

Corrie Stathis
Conference Venues and Booking Services (CVBS)
PO Box 190
Ascot Vale
VIC 3032

Email: corrie@cvbsvictoria.com.au

To secure your accommodation, a deposit of one night’s accommodation is required if credit card
details are not supplied. If paying by credit card, your credit card details will be passed onto the hotel
as a guarantee. Please note that your credit card will not be charged until departure. If you settle
your account by credit card a 1.5% additional merchant card fee will be charged.

Rooms booked after Monday 6 June cannot be guaranteed as the AIE group booking will be released to
the general public for reservation.

Accommodation Cancellation Charges
To avoid cancellation charges you must notify Corrie Stathis at CVBS more than 72 hours prior to arrival
otherwise one night’s accommodation will be charged. One night’s accommodation will be charged for
no shows.

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Delegate’s Program
Thursday 23 June 2011                                               Minimum of 2 Education Sessions

4.30 pm – 6.00 pm       Registration
                        Sponsored by William Barrett & Sons

                        Conference Gift
                        Sponsored by LifeArt Australasia                   Outside Chicago room

6.15 pm                 Official Conference Photograph                     Cabaret Ballroom
                        Sponsored by R.H. Minter

6.35 pm                 Depart by coach from the Citigate Hotel –          Meet in Foyer 6.30pm

7.30 pm – 11.30 pm      Official Opening Dinner               Sandalford Winery, Swan Valley
                        Sponsored by Hickey & Co

                        Presentation of the AIE Scholarship
                        Sponsored by Bowra & O’Dea

Friday 24 June 2011

9.00 am – 9.30 am       Registration                                Outside Cabaret Ballroom
                        Sponsored by William Barrett & Sons

9.30 am – 11.15 am      Education Session 1                                Cabaret Ballroom
                        Reconstructive Techniques with Glyn Tallon
                        Sponsored by Blake Emergency Services

11.15 am – 11.30 am     Morning Tea
                        Sponsored by Vm3 Purefier

11.30 am – 12.15 pm     Education Session 2                               Cabaret Ballroom
                        CJD Cases and Cranial Autopsies with John Banfield
                        Sponsored by Hickey & Co

12.15 pm – 1.15 pm      Lunch                                       Encore/Chicago Restaurant
                        Sponsored by Vm3 Purefier

1.15 pm – 3.00 pm       Education Session 3                                Cabaret Ballroom
                        Hands-On Feature Modeling with Glyn Tallon
                        Sponsored by FIDA

3.00pm – 3.15 pm        Afternoon Tea
                        Sponsored by Vm3 Purefier

3.15 pm – 4.00 pm       Education Session 4                                Cabaret Ballroom
                        Death close to Birth with Adrian Charles & Belinda Jennings
                        Sponsored by Equipmed
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4.00 pm – 7.00 pm       Free Time

7.15 pm                 Board coaches for transfer to Mystery Evening   Meet in Foyer 7.00pm

7.30 pm – 11.30 pm      Mystery Dinner                                  External Venue
                        Sponsored by Hyqual Australia

Saturday 25 June 2011

8.45 am – 9.15 am       AGM Registration                                Outside Chicago Room

9.15 am – 10.15 am      AGM followed by Open Forum                      Cabaret Ballroom

10.15 am – 10.30 am     Morning Tea
                        Sponsored by Vm3 Purefier

10.30 am – 12.15 pm     Education Session 5                             Cabaret Ballroom
                        Air Brushing with Glyn Tallon
                        Sponsored by Walter Carter Funerals

12.15 pm – 1.15 pm      Lunch                                     Encore/Chicago Restaurant
                        Sponsored by Vm3 Purefier

1.15 pm – 2.00 pm       Education Session 6                             Cabaret Ballroom
                        Plastination with Darryl Kirk
                        Sponsored by ParMED

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm       Education Session 7                             Cabaret Ballroom
                        Embalmers personal health priorities &
                        Understanding the implications of Chemotherapy with Mark Simpson
                        Sponsored by ParMED

3.00pm – 3.15pm         Afternoon Tea
                        Sponsored by Final Touch Australia

3.15.00 pm – 7.00 pm    Free Time

7.00 pm – 7.30 pm       Pre-Dinner Drinks & Canapés               Outside Cabaret Ballroom

7.30 pm – 12.00 pm      Chairman’s Ball – Wild West                     Cabaret Ballroom
                        Sponsored by Genelyn

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Dress Code

Thursday Night Chairman’s Dinner
Jacket and Tie (strictly no denim)

All Education Sessions

Friday Night Mystery Destination
Smart Casual

Saturday Night Fancy Dress Dinner Theme: The Wild West
Come Dressed Ready to face the Wild West

Education Sessions

Glyn Tallon

                   Glyn is a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner, a licensed Embalmer and a fully
                   qualified Reconstructive Specialist. He studied embalming at the Belfast College of
                   Embalming in Northern Ireland and obtained an Anatomical Pathology Technologist

                   Glyn regularly participates in delivering lectures and hands on seminars offered by
                   the Fountain National Academy at Springfield, Missouri, USA. He acts as a guest
                   Lecturer on the subject of Embalming and Reconstructive Surgery and a Lab
                   Assistant in the Embalming and Reconstructive Surgery Laboratory.

He is currently working as the Senior Anatomical Pathology Technologist at Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan
and an embalmer at Tallon Mortuary Specialist.

Glyn runs Tallon Mortuary School of Embalming which offers distant learning courses and hands on
practical sessions. The school offers a flexible programme to suite students’ needs and is affiliated to
the British Institute of Embalmers.

In 2007, Glyn became a member of the American Society of Embalmers and a member of the Blake
Emergency Services, a Disaster Team which responds to mass fatality incidents all over the world. He
regularly attends international response training days, designated to mass disaster body recovery.

In 2009, Glyn was awarded the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP) by the
Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice. Glyn is the first recipient of this designation in

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John Banfield

John is currently the Director of Mortuary Services at Royal Perth Hospital, where he began work in
1979. His mentor at that time was Lindsay Gates (currently MAIE and working at Bowra and O’Dea) and
he qualified as a post mortem technician Cert Mortuary Techniques in 1986.
He performed his first embalming under Mr Gates supervision in approximately 1981.
John qualified as an embalmer in 1997 with the AIE with his teacher being Phillip Martin and mentor
Colin Bull.

Since then he has managed a trade embalming team working out of Royal Perth Hospital, worked as
Post Mortem Coordinator and been involved with obtaining consent for brain donations for the
Australian Brain Bank dementia research programme.

Royal Perth Hospital is the only facility in Western Australia trained to carry out post mortem
procedures on Creutzfeld Jacobs Disease, a service that John oversees.

Adrian Charles & Belinda Jennings

Adrian Charles MD

Dr Charles is a paediatric and perinatal pathologist based at the Princess Margaret and King Edward
Memorial Hospitals, Perth, Western Australia. He trained in Medicine at Cambridge University, UK,
spending his elective in Pathology. After some training in adult medicine and clinical paediatrics, he
then trained in anatomical pathology, also based at Cambridge. He trained in Paediatric and perinatal
pathology with Professor Jem Berry in Bristol, dealing with stillbirths and SIDS cases, as well as surgical
biopsy material. He undertook full time molecular research into Wilms tumours leading to an MD from
Cambridge. After a period as a senior lecturer, developing a diagnostic molecular laboratory and
helping to organise the undergraduate pathology teaching, he moved to Perth. He helped develop the
perinatal loss clinic, and collaborated in a large stillbirth project funded by the NHMRC. He has
supervised a project with an honours and a PhD student in the role of caspase 14 in the trophoblast.
Currently he is co-supervising two PhD students in the biology of Paediatric tumours and another 2 in
the epidemiology of stillbirths and Cerebral palsy. He undertakes a lot of perinatal autopsies, has
written a chapter on the autopsy in a well regarded neonatal textbook, and is also involved in the
Australia and New Zealand Stillbirth Association.

Belinda Jennings
Belinda is a Registered Nurse and Midwife with a Master of Science. She is a Midwife of many years
experience across all models of maternity care. Is currently the Clinical Midwifery Consultant of the
Perinatal Loss Service at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Perth, WA. This service provides coordinated
comprehensive care to women and their families experiencing the death of their baby, before and after
birth. Belinda provides a statewide consultancy and educative resource to health care providers
throughout WA. She is a board member or the International Stillbirth Alliance and its regional office:
the Australian and New Zealand Stillbirth Alliance. Belinda has a strong commitment to progressing
evidence based compassionate care for women and their families (and their babies), and the staff who
provide this care.

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Darryl Kirk

Darryl is the Chief Technician/teaching for the School of Anatomy and Human Biology, Faculty of Life
and Physical Science at the University of Western Australia. Initially Darryl studied Applied Science in
Biology at the University and then took over the position in charge of the Anatomical teaching
laboratories. He is also the Senior Administrator of the Universities body donor Bequest program which
is responsible for the supply of all Human Anatomical Donations within Western Australia.

He has been involved in a number of projects within the University with the rebuild of the Anatomical
laboratories and the construction of the Surgical Skills Laboratories(CTEC) and travelling overseas
during this construction to inspect other Anatomical Laboratories to modernize the laboratories to the
level they are now.

Darryl held the first AIAS (Australasia Institute of Anatomical Study) meeting in Australia and New
Zealand and was instrumental in its establishment as an association of likeminded Anatomical staff
throughout Australasia holding the position of President for 2 Years.

Other Projects include:
Plastination - Has setup and run a laboratory for plastination for a number of years.
Skeletisation and Museum preparation.

Mark Simpson

                  Mark first sought a career in nursing going on to gain registration in General,
                  Psychiatric, Intensive Care and Midwifery. He attained additional certificates in
                  Emergency and Rural nursing.

                  Mark went on to obtain a Bachelor of Adult Education majoring in Distance Education
                  and a Bachelor of Medical Science majoring in Clinical Pharmacology.

                  For the past 18 years Mark has been a postgraduate lecturer and consultant to the
                  pharmaceutical industry and a visiting senior lecturer on distance education to the
                  schools of medicine and nursing in four Australian states. Mark also provides medical
                  and clinical pharmacology updates for numerous Australian medical and para-medical
colleges; he proudly includes the AIE as one of them.

Mark has worked casually in the funeral industry since leaving high school and is currently a student
embalmer. Mark has been on university and public radio in South Australia talking about the
unrecognised skills of embalmers and his interest with embalming from a science perspective.


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               Australian Institute
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