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					Tuesday 24 November Mass Gathering and Disaster Medicine in the Developing World Conference Day 1 Main plenary & Breakaway 1
AUDITORIUM 1 MAIN PLENARY SESSION 1 TIME 0815 0830 2 0930 KEYNOTE THEME Welcome KEYNOTE Prof L Wallis 1 0930 CHAIR Prof L Wallis SLOT 1 1 START 0815 0830 TOPIC Welcome & Introduction Emergency Medicine in Africa Disaster Research Methods for the Developing World Setting Tackling the daily disaster Paediatric Emergency Medicine in the Developing World Learning from the daily disaster - Child PIP modifiable factors in child death Children in big bang disasters Children in rising tide disasters Paediatric orthopedic emergencies - do they exist? Paediatric Gynaecological emergencies Paediatric Burns TB in the paediatric Emergency Centre HIV in the paediatric Emergency Centre Sepsis in the paediatric Emergency Centre SPEAKER Prof L Wallis Prof L Wallis Prof S Stratton

1 Paediatrics: Disasters

1100

Dr B Cheema

3

1100

Prof A Argent

2 3 4 1

1130 1200 1230 1400 1430 1500 1600 1630 1700

Dr M Kunneke Dr I Maconochie Prof A Westwood Dr P van de Voorde Prof A Garden Prof A Argent Prof S Schaaf Dr M Cotton Prof A Argent

4

1400

Paediatrics: Injuries

Dr B Cheema

2 3 1

5

1600

Paediatrics: Infections

Dr I Maconochie

2 3

BALLROOM WEST BREAKAWAY 1 SESSION TIME THEME CHAIR SLOT 1 2 3 1100 Disasters: Preparation Prof P Halperin 3 4 1 4 1400 Disasters: Response Dr W Smith 2 3 1 5 1600 Disasters: Recovery Prof S Stratton 2 3 START 1100 1130 1200 1230 1400 1430 1500 1600 1630 1700 TOPIC Planning for mass gatherings National EMS disaster strategy How the USA has changed since 9-11 Emergency medicine in humanitarian crises Disaster response: it shouldn't be a surprise! The Indian Ocean Tsunami The 2008 South African nursing strikes Injury prevention in disasters Forensic assessments Evaluation of immigrants and refugees SPEAKER Dr W Smith Mr R Davis Prof S Stratton Dr K Chu Dr A MacMahon
Prof G Ramalanjaona

Col T Lighthelm Dr JM Hirshon Dr L Liebenberg Prof S Shepherd

Tuesday 24 November Mass Gathering and Disaster Medicine in the Developing World Conference Day 1 Breakaway 2
MEETING ROOM 1.41-1.42 BREAKAWAY 2 SESSION TIME THEME Ethics and Medico-legal issues in emergency care with MPS CHAIR SLOT START TOPIC SPEAKER

3

1100

Dr T Bermann

1

1100

Ethical medicine and harmful business practices Variation in EMS delivery systems EMS training in airway and ventilation The REST study Mass gathering medical usage rates Pain management in wilderness rescue Operation Carnival 2008 Managing the violent patient in EMS Witnessed resuscitation CCA and NDip theoretical performance following ALS protocol updates Leaving the Emergency Centre without being seen Reliability and validity of the SATS Implementation of a 5 level triage scale The role of the Emergency Centre in HIV / AIDS care Social return on investment analysis ED throughput: potential solutions Web enhanced case notes for emergency care Children in Emergencies and Psychological impact Burnout in EMS personnel

Dr T Bermann

1 2 3 4 4 1400 Scientific Abstracts 1 Dr A Kestler 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 1600 Scientific Abstracts 2 Dr B Nicks 5 6 7 8 9

1400 1410 1420 1430 1440 1450 1500 1510 1520 1600 1610 1620 1630 1640 1650 1700 1710 1720

Dr Abu Hamed Mr C Stein Dr S Motov Dr W Shah Dr R Hoffmeyer Dr R Camelo Mr M Botha Dr J Terris Mr M Botha Dr M Schull Miss M Twomey Dr V Krym Dr P Muganda Ms S Kumar Dr Al Shabanah Mr J Oladosu Mr P Patabendi Mr Sibanda

Tuesday 24 November Mass Gathering and Disaster Medicine in the Developing World Conference Day 1 Breakaway 3 & 4
MEETING ROOM 1.43-1.44 BREAKAWAY 3 SESSION TIME THEME CHAIR SLOT START TOPIC Emergency Nursing in the Developed World - progress and challenges Emergency nursing in South Africa Emergency nurse practitioners in Southern Africa Panel discussion: the future of emergency nursing in Southern Africa The clinical forensic nurse in emergency nursing Family centred care in the Emergency Centre Evidence based practice and emergency nursing SPEAKER

1 2 Ms M Toubkin 3

1100 1130 1200

Ms H McClelland Dr P Brysiewicz Dr T Heyns

3

1100

Emergency Nursing: past, present and future

4

1230

Dr P Brysiewicz

1 4 1400 Emergency Nursing: clinical issues Ms J Augustyn 2 3

1400 1430 1500

Dr S Duma Dr P Brysiewicz Ms J Naidoo

5

1600

EMERGENCY MEDICINE SOCIETY OF SOUTH AFRICA: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING This is the AGM for all members of EMSSA; agenda will be distributed in advance Chair: Prof L Wallis

GREEN ROOM BREAKAWAY 4 SESSION TIME THEME CHAIR SLOT START TOPIC SPEAKER

Lunch

EMERGENCY MEDICINE DEVELOPMENT IN BOTSWANA: INTEREST GROUP Open meeting for anyone interested in helping to develop helping to develop EM in Botswana Chair: Dr A Kestler Quality Improvement in the Emergency Centre

4

1400

Dr M Morris

1

1400

Quality Improvement in the Emergency Centre

Dr N Rauf


				
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