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									                                                        ASID 2010 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING



WEDNESDAY 26 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change

           ASID Council Meeting
9.00am -
11.00am
           Meeting Room 2

2.30pm -
           ASID Annual Scientific Meeting 2010 Registration Open
6.00pm
2.30pm -
           Internet Area Open - Meeting Room 2
6.00pm
           SIGS Joint Plenary (ANZPID/ANZMIG)
3.00pm -
4.00pm     Auditorium 2
           Chair: A/Prof Monica Slavin and Prof David Isaacs
           Prof Andrew Pollard - Professor of paediatric infection and immunity and Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group,
3.00pm -   University of Oxford.
3.30pm
           Treatment and Prevention of bacterial meningitis in childhood
           Dr Christopher Blyth - Paediatric infectious diseases physician and clinical microbiologist, University of Western
3.30pm -   Australia and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children.
4.00pm
           Paediatric mycoses
4.00pm -
           Afternoon Tea - Outside Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
4.20pm

           Mycology SIG Break Out Meeting                                    Paediatrics SIG Break Out Meeting
4.20pm -                                                         4.20pm -
           Auditorium 2                                                      Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
5.30pm                                                           5.30pm
                                                                             Chair: Prof Jonathan Carpetis and A/Prof Pamela
           Chair: A/Prof Tom Gottlieb
                                                                             Palasanthiran
           Dr Jenny Robson - Infectious diseases physician                   Prof Kevin Marsh - Director, Kenya Medical
           and clinical microbiologist Sullivan Nicolaoides                  Research Institute (KEMRI) Wellcome Trust
4.20pm -
           Pathology                                                         programme, Kenya, head of the molecular
4.45pm     Mycotic Keratitis – A Northern Australian             4.20pm -
                                                                             parasitology group, and Professor of Tropical
           Experience                                            4.50pm
                                                                             Medicine at the University of Oxford.
4.45pm -
           Case Reports                                                      Severe malaria in childhood
5.25pm




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4.45pm -   Dr Elaine Cheong - Allergic or Invasive? Back to
5.00pm     Black                                                         Prof Kim Mulholland - Prof of International Child
5.00pm -   Dr Brendan McMullan – Fungal endocarditis: still   4.50pm -   Health, Menzies School of Health Research.
5.15pm     a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge             5.20pm
5.15pm -
           Dr Sumudu Britton - Recurrent Cryptococcosis                  Global perspective on childhood pneumonia
5.30pm
6.00pm -
           Welcome Reception - Crocosaurus Cove
8.00pm




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THURSDAY 27 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change
7.30am     Registration
7.30am -
           Arrival Coffee/Tea - Exhibition Concourse
8.15am
           Opening and Symposium 1: Vector borne / malaria
8.15am -
           Auditorium 2
10.00am
           Chairs: Dr Joshua Davis and A/Prof Tom Gottlieb
8.15am -
           Welcome to Country - Bilawara Lee, Larrakia Elder
8.20am
8.20am -   Dr Josh Davis - Convenor Local Organising Committee 2010, Infectious Diseases Physician, Royal Darwin Hospital, and Clinical
8.25am     Research Fellow, Menzies School of Health Research.
8.25am -   A/Prof Tom Gottlieb - President of ASID, Senior Specialist, Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
8.30am     Concord Hospital.
           Prof Kevin Marsh - Director, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) Wellcome Trust programme, Kenya, head of the molecular
8.30am -
           parasitology group, and Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford.
9.00am
           The challenges of malaria in Africa
           A/Prof Ric Price - Infectious Disease Physician at the Royal Darwin Hospital, and a senior research Fellow at the Menzies School of
9.00am -
           Health Research.
9.30am
           Challenges for eliminating malaria from the Asia-Pacific region
           Dr Cameron Simmons - Wellcome Trust Senior Fellow, Hospital for Tropical Diseases and Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in
9.30am -
           Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.
10.00am
           The challenges of dengue in South East Asia
10.00am -
          Morning Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
10.30am




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                                                                                         Proffered Papers 2: Antibiotics and Infection
           Proffered Papers 1: Paediatric Infections
10.30am -                                                                 10.30am -      Control
12:00pm Auditorium 2                                                      12:00pm        Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
          Chairs: Dr Tom Snelling and Dr Malcolm McDonald                                Chairs: Dr Ben Rogers and Dr Krispin Hajcowicz
                                                                                         Dr K Daveson - Gentamicin and therapeutic
10.30am - A/Prof C Nourse - Invasive group A streptococcal disease in     10.30am -
                                                                                         guidelines nomograms: are appropriate
10.45am children in Queensland                                            10.45am
                                                                                         pharmacokinetic targets being met?
          Prof K Mulholland - Hyporesponsiveness to re-challenge dose                    Dr I Venkatachalam - Can an MRSA-free cohort
10.45am -                                                                 10.45am -
          following pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine at 12 months of                  ward reduce orthopedic deep MRSA surgical site
11.00am                                                                   11.00am
          age, a randomized controlled trial                                             infections?
          A/Prof D Lehmann - Sustained immune responses to neonatal                      Dr J Ho - Safe and successful treatment of
11.00am - and early infant pneumococcal conjugate vaccination followed    11.00am -      intravenous drug users with a peripherally inserted
11.15am by pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine booster in Papua New       11.15am        central catheter in an outpatient parenteral antibiotic
          Guinea                                                                         treatment service
                                                                                         A/Prof D Fisher - Sustainable MRSA control using
11.15am - Dr B Barber - Clinical and laboratory features of plasmodium    11.15am -
                                                                                         staged roll-out of an intervention bundle in a setting
11.30am knowlesi malaria in children                                      11.30am
                                                                                         of endemic MRSA
                                                                                         Dr S Iles - Influence of antibiotic prescribing patterns
11.30am - Dr A Bowen - Paediatric pneumonia in central Australia: an audit 11.30am -
                                                                                         on the incidence of multi-resistant organisms in a
11.45am of admissions to Alice Springs hospital in 2006                    11.45am
                                                                                         tertiary intensive care unit, 2002-2009
                                                                                         A/Prof C Heath - A review of the Royal Perth
11.45am - Dr M Laman - Is a lumbar puncture justified in all children     11.45am -
                                                                                         Hosptial (RPH) experience of the Ashmore Reef
12.00pm presenting with a single febrile seizure?                         12.00pm
                                                                                         explosion: a multi-faceted response.




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12.00pm -
          Lunch & SIGS Business Meetings
1.00pm
                                                                            Paediatric
                                                                            SIG                    Healthcare Infection SIG Business
12.00pm - Mycology SIG Business Meeting                           12.00pm - Business     12.00pm - Meeting
1.00pm                                                            1.00pm    Meeting      1.00pm
           Auditorium 2                                                     Waterfront 1           Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
           Symposium 2: Viral hepatitis
1.00pm -
           Auditorium 2
2.30pm
           Chairs: Dr Joshua Davis and Dr Mark Douglas
1.00pm -   Dr Benjamin Cowie - Physician and Epidemiologist, The Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory
1.20pm     Update on the Epidemiology of HBV and HCV in Australasia
1.20pm -   Dr Joe Sasadeusz - Clinical director, Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Infectious Disease (CCREID)
1.55pm     State of the art and future directions in management of HBV
1.55pm -   A/Prof Joseph Torresi - Infectious diseases physician, Austin Health
2.30pm     State of the art and future directions in management of HCV
2.30pm -
           Afternoon Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
2.50pm
           Symposium 3: Indigenous Health
2.50pm -
           Auditorium 2
4.20pm
           Chair: Dr Daniel O'Brien and Dr Emma Spencer
2.50pm -   Prof Diana Lennon - Professor of Population Child & Youth Health, The University of Auckland.
3.20pm     Childhood infectious diseases in NZ
           A/Prof Peter Morris - Paediatrician at the Northern Territory Clinical School (Flinders University), the Menzies School of Health
3.20pm -
           Research, and the Royal Darwin Hospital.
3.50pm
           Bronchiectasis and chronic ear disease in Australian Indigenous children
3.50pm -   Dr Malcolm McDonald - Physician, Top End Remote Health
4.20pm     Skin infections in remote Indigenous communities
4.20pm -
           Educational Poster Viewing Evening and Drinks - Exhibition Concourse
5.30pm
5.30pm     Mindil Markets and Deckchair Cinema




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FRIDAY 28 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change
7.30am     Registration
           Advanced Trainee Presentations and Breakfast Meeting
7.30am -
           Waterfront Rooms 1 and 2
9.30am
           Chairs: A/Prof Cheryl Jones and Dr Andrew Burke
           Speaker: Dr Indumathi Venkatachalam - Infectious Diseases Registrar, National University Hospital, Singapore
8.00am -   Mentor: Dr Kate Clezy - Head of Infectious Diseases, Prince of Wales Hospital.
8.30am
           HAART What to do when the primary ART regimen fails – state of the art in 2010
           Speaker: Dr Kathryn Davesen - Infectious Diseases Registrar, The Canberra Hospital
8.30am -   Mentor: Dr Tony Allworth, Director, Infectious Diseases, Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital.
9.00am
           Prevention and management of opportunistic infection associated with monoclonal antibodies
           Speaker: Dr Sumudu Britton - Infectious Diseases Registrar, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital
9.00am -   Mentor: A/Prof Chris Heath - Snr. Consultant Infectious Diseases Physician & Clinical Microbiologist, Royal Perth
9.30am     Hospital.
           Scedosporium as an emerging pathogen
9.30am -
           Arrival Coffee/Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
9.50am
           Symposium 4: Molecular Epidemiology
9.50am -
           Auditorium 2
11.20am
           Chairs: Dr Steven Tong and Dr Adam Jenney
9.50am -   Prof Paul Keim - Director of Pathogen Genomics, Pathogen Genomics Research Institute
10.20am   Global overview of plague, tularaemia and B.pseudomallei
10.20am - Prof Anne Kelso - Director, WHO Collaborating Centre For Reference And Research On Influenza
10.50am Emergence, epidemiology and evolution of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza viruses
10.50am - Prof David Paterson - Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research
11.20am A tale of three clones - molecular epidemiology of common gram negative pathogens
11.20am -
          Morning Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
11.40am
          Frank Fenner Award
11.40am -
          Auditorium 2
12.30pm
          Chair: A/Prof Tom Gottlieb and Dr David Looke
11.40am - Award Presented by A/Prof Tom Gottlieb
11.45am Announcement of the Frank Fenner Award for Advanced Research in Infectious Diseases.




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11.45pm -
          Presentation by Recipient of the Frank Fenner Award for Advanced Research in Infectious Diseases
12.20pm
12.20pm -
          Presentation of other Awards
12.30pm
12.30pm -
          Lunch (Waterfront Rooms 1 and 2) & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
1.30pm
          Proffered Papers 3: Viral Infections                         Proffered Papers 4: Infections in the Region
1.30pm -                                                      1.30pm -
          Auditorium 2                                                 Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
3.00pm                                                        3.00pm
          Chair: Dr Claire Italiano and Prof Anne Kelso                Chairs: Prof Nick Anstey and Dr Anna Ralph
          A/Prof V Chow - Inactivated trivalent seasonal
1.30pm - influenza vaccine induces cross-reactive antibody    1.30pm - A/Prof J Hayman - Darwin in Darwin – Charles
1.45pm    responses against 2009 pandemic and 1934 PR8        1.45pm   Darwin's 'mystery illness' is no longer infectious
          H1N1 strains
          Dr M Douglas - Can insulin sensitising drugs                 Dr J Davis - Sepsis in tropical Australia: high disease
1.45pm -                                                      1.45pm -
          improve hepatitis C response to interferon                   burden with disproportionate impact on Indigenous
2.00pm                                                        2.00pm
          treatment?                                                   populations
                                                                       Dr K Hajkowicz - Cryptococcus infections in non-
          Dr I Ratnam - Incidence of influenza, dengue and
2.00am -                                                      2.00am - immunocompromised patients in the Northern
          Japanese encephalitis (je) in australian travellers
2.15pm                                                        2.15pm   Territory of Australia: a comparison of recent and
          visiting south and South East Asia
                                                                       past cases
2.15pm - Dr T Snelling - Rotavirus vaccination: the story so  2.15pm - Dr K Holt - SNP typing Salmonella Typhi populations
2.30pm    far for the Northern Territory.                     2.30pm   in typhoid-endemic areas
          Prof D Gordon - Immunogenicity and safety of a               Dr L Manning - Chloroquine and amodiaquine
2.30pm - unique influenza A (2009 H1N1) vaccine combining 2.30pm - promote human parvovirus B19 infection and
2.45pm    recombinant hemagglutinin with a novel              2.45pm   increase the risk of severe anaemia in children from
          polysaccharide adjuvant                                      malaria-endemic regions
          Dr C Gordon - A comparison of Immunoglobulin G
2.45pm - subclass levels in severe pandemic 2009 influenza 2.45pm - Dr T Yeo - Severe plasmodium knowlesi at Queen
3.00pm    A (H1N1) infection and severe community-acquired 3.00pm      Elizabeth Hospital, Sabah, East Malaysia
          pneumonia




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3.00pm -
           Afternoon Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
3.20pm
           Symposium 5: HICSIG Symposium
3.20pm -
           Auditorium 2
4.30pm
           Chair: Dr John Ferguson and A/Prof Mary-Louise McLaws
3.20pm -   Prof Raina MacIntyre - Head of School, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University Of New South
3.35pm     Wales
           N95 respirators versus surgical masks in hospital health workers
           A/Prof Mary-Louise McLaws - Associate Professor in Epidemiology, Infectious diseases Control. Director of Public
3.35pm -   Health Programs, School of Public Health & Community Medicine, The University of New South Wales
4.00pm
           Influenza - which mask; systematic evidence review
4.00pm -   Dr John Ferguson - Infectious Disease Physician And Microbiologist, John Hunter Hospital
4.15pm     ECCMID 2010 summary
4.15pm -   TBC
4.30pm     SHEA 2010 summary
           Sir Macfarlane Burnet Address
4.30pm -
           Auditorium 2
5.30pm
           Chair: A/Prof Tom Gottlieb
           Professor Kevin Marsh - Director, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) Wellcome Trust programme, Kenya,
4.30pm -
           head of the molecular parasitology group, and Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford.
5.30pm
           The Changing Face of Child Health in Africa
7.00pm -
           ASID Annual Dinner Under the Stars on the Skycity Lawns
11.00pm




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SATURDAY 29 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change
8.30am     Registration
8.30am -
           Arrival Coffee/Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
9.00am
           Symposium 6: Vaccines
9.00am -
           Auditorium 2
10.30am
           Chairs: Prof Jonathan Carapetis
           Prof Andrew Pollard - Professor of paediatric infection and immunity and Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group,
9.00am -
           University of Oxford
9.30am
           Challenges in protecting children and adults against Streptococcus pneumoniae
9.30am -   Moderator: Prof Jonathan Carapetis - Director, Menzies School Of Health Research plus expert panel including
10.30am    special guests from politics and the media

           Panel: Ms Claire Martin - CEO of the Australian Council of Social Services former Chief Minister of the Northern
           Territory,
           Ms Genevieve Hussey - ABC News Editor, Northern Territory,
           Prof Robert Booy - Co-Director Australian National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance,
           Prof Andrew Pollard - Professor of paediatric infection and immunity and Director of the Oxford Vaccine
           Group, University of Oxford,
           Prof Kim Mulholland - Professor of International Child Health, Menzies School of Health Research and London
           School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine,
           Prof David Isaacs - Paediatric Infectious Diseases Specialist, Children’s Hospital Westmead, and member of the
           Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation,
           A/Prof Vicki Krause - Director Northern Territory Centre for Disease Control,
           Prof Peter Collignon, Director of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, Canberra Hospital and Australian
           National University
           And some surprise guests!

           Pandemics, panic and politics… a hypothetical at the pointy end of vaccination
10.30am -
          Morning Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
10.50am
          Proffered Papers 5: Staphylococcal Infections            Proffered Papers 6: Mycobacterial Infections
10.50am -                                                10.50am -
          Auditorium 2                                             Meeting Rooms 3 and 4
12.20pm                                                  12.20pm
          Chairs: Dr Catherine Marshall and Dr Tsin Yeo            Chairs: A/Prof Vicki Krause and Dr Lex Tierney




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          Dr P Britton - Community-associated paediatric
                                                                           Dr C Luey - Auckland regional experience of
11.00am - staphylococcus aureus – demographics, clinical         11.00am -
                                                                           patients with HIV and tuberculosis infection 1997 -
11.15am syndromes, methicillin resistance and empiric            11.15am
                                                                           2009
          antibiotic choices
11.15am - Dr I Abbott - Microbiology of necrotizing soft tissue 11.15am - Dr A Ralph - Nitric oxide, a potent antimycobacterial
11.30am infections; a 9-year Australian hyperbaric experience 11.30am mediator, in exhaled breath in pulmonary
                                                                          tuberuclosis
                                                                          A/Prof B Clark - The performance of tuberculin skin
11.30am - Mr L Brennan - Staphylococcus aureus diversity and 11.30am - testing and QuantiFERON-TB Gold as screening
11.45am transmission in the Royal Darwin Hospital               11.45am tests in renal dialysis patients following exposure to
                                                                          a case of pulmonary tuberculosis
          Dr R Chean - Evaluation of the cepheid genexpert                Dr D O'Brien - ‘Paradoxical’ immune-mediated
11.45am - real-time PCR in the rapid identification and         11.45am - reactions to mycobacterium ulcerans during
12.00pm methicilin susceptibility of staphylococcal species     12.00pm antibiotic treatment; a result of treatment success
          from blood cultures                                             not failure
          Dr S Tong - Clinical correlates of Panton-Valentine
                                                                          Dr E Gray - Mycobacterium chelonae: limited
12.00pm - leukocidin, PVL isoforms and Clonal complex in the 12.00pm -
                                                                          cutaneous disease - a case cluster treated with
12.15pm staphylococcus aureus population of Northern            12.15pm
                                                                          monotherapy
          Australia
                                                                          Dr J Darby - Screening for Latent Tuberculosis
          Dr K Buising - The use of pristinamycin for gram
12.15pm -                                                       12.15pm - Infection (LTBI) prior to initiation of tumour necrosis
          positive infections – clinical experience at an
12.30pm                                                         12.30pm factor (TNF) inhibitors: a review of screening
          Australian hospital
                                                                          adequacy and test performance
12.20pm -
          Lunch (Waterfront Rooms 1 and 2) & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
1.30pm
12.30pm - ASID AGM
1.30pm    Meeting Rooms 3 and 4




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           Symposium 7: ICU Infections
1.30pm -
           Auditorium 2
3.00pm
           Chairs: Dr Allen Cheng and A/Prof Dale Fisher
1.30pm -   A/Prof Steve Webb - Senior Staff Specialist, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Perth Hospital
2.00pm     H1N1 influenza in Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Units in 2009
2.00pm -   Dr Jonathan Iredell - Infectious Diseases physician and Microbiologist, Westmead Hospital
2.30pm     Controversies in Management of Infections in ICU
           Dr David Nicolau - Director, Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development and Coordinator for Research,
2.30pm -
           Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and Pharmacy, Hartford Hospital
3.00pm
           Prevention, diagnosis and management of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
3.00pm -
           Afternoon Tea & Poster Viewing - Exhibition Concourse
3.20pm
3.20pm -   Oral Poster Session
3.50pm     Auditorium 2
           Symposium 8: Microbial Detective Stories
3.50pm -
           Auditorium 2
5.30pm
           Chairs: Prof Bart Currie and A/Prof Ric Price
3.50pm -   Prof Paul Keim - Director of Pathogen Genomics, Pathogen Genomics Research Institute
4.30pm     Hunting Anthrax: How the mystery of the white powder was solved
           Panel: A/Prof Dale Fisher, A/Prof Tom Gottlieb, A/Prof Ronan Murray, Prof Tania Sorrell
4.30pm -
5.10pm     Infectious Diseases at the Crossroads in 2010 – the top 5 infectious diseases issues of the last ten years and
           the next ten years
5.10pm -
           Closing Remarks by Dr Josh Davis, Convenor Local Organising Committee ASID Meeting 2010
5.20pm
5.20pm -   Presentation of Next Year's Meeting by Dr Alex Padiglione - Convenor Local Organising Committee ASID Meeting
5.30pm     2011
5.30pm     Close




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                                                                   HIV WORKSHOP



SUNDAY 30 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change
7.30am     Registration
8.00am -
           Breakfast - Pre function area outside meeting rooms
8.30am
           ASID/ASHM HIV Update Workshop
8.30am -
           Meeting Room 3 and 4
10.20am
           Chairs: Dr Michelle Giles and Dr Jeffrey Post
8.30am -   Dr Jeffrey Post - Infectious Diseases Physician, The Prince of Wales Hospital
9.00am     Antiretroviral guidelines - state of the ART
9.00am -   Dr Mark Kelly - Senior Medical Officer, AIDS Medical Unit, Brisbane
9.30am     Managing cardiovascular risk in people with HIV
9.30am -   HIV Workshop A                                       9.30am -   HIV Workshop B
10.20am    Meeting room 3 and 4                                 10.20am    Meeting Room 1
                                                                           Dr Jeffrey Post - Infectious Diseases Physician, The
           Dr Michelle Giles - Infectious Diseases Physician,
                                                                           Prince of Wales Hospital and
9.30am -   Infectious Diseases Unit, The Alfred Hospital and    9.30am -
                                                                           Dr Mark Kelly - Senior Medical Officer, AIDS Medical
10.20am    Dr Tony Walls - Senior Lecturer, University of Otago 10.20am
                                                                           Unit
          Kelly is HIV positive and wants to have a baby                   Greg’s viral load is detectable again
10.20am -
          Morning Tea - Pre function area outside meeting rooms
10.40am
10.40am - HIV Workshop A                                     10.40am - HIV Workshop B
11.20am Meeting room 3 and 4                                 11.20am Meeting Room 1
                                                                       Dr Jeffrey Post - Infectious Diseases Physician, The
          Dr Michelle Giles - Infectious Diseases Physician,
                                                                       Prince of Wales Hospital and
10.40am - Infectious Diseases Unit, The Alfred Hospital and  10.40am -
                                                                       Dr Mark Kelly - Senior Medical Officer, AIDS Medical
11.20am Dr Tony Walls - Senior Lecturer, University of Otago 11.20am
                                                                       Unit
          Kelly is HIV positive and wants to have a baby               Greg’s viral load is detectable again
11.20am - HIV Workshop C                                        11.20am - HIV Workshop D
12.00pm Meeting room 3 and 4                                    12.00pm Meeting Room 1
          Dr Olga Vujovic - Infectious Diseases Physician,                Dr Pam Konecny - Staff Specialist, St George
          The Alfred Hospital and Dr Adam Jenney -                        Hospital and Dr Alex Padiglione - Infectious
11.20am - Infectious Diseases Physician, The Alfred Hospital    11.20am - Diseases Physician, Monash Medical Centre
12.00pm                                                         12.00pm
          David develops a headache                                       Michael is complaining of hip ache




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                                                                    HIV WORKSHOP



          ASID/ASHM HIV Update Workshop
12.00pm -
          Meeting Room 3 and 4
12.30pm
          Chairs: Dr Michelle Giles and Dr Jeffrey Post
12.00pm - Michelle Giles - Infectious Diseases Physician, Infectious Diseases Unit, The Alfred Hospital
12.30pm Discussion and close
12.30pm    Close




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                                                        CLINICAL RESEARCH NETWORK WORKSHOP



SUNDAY 30 MAY 2010 Please note this is a preliminary program and may be subject to change
7.30am     Registration
8.00am -
           Breakfast - Pre function area outside meeting rooms
8.30am
           ASID Clinical Research Network Workshop
8.30am -
           Meeting Rooms 2
10.20am
           Chairs: Dr Joshua Davis and Prof David Paterson
           Prof David Paterson - Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland Centre for Clinical
8.30am -   Research
8.50am     Official Launch of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases Clinical Research
           Network
           A/Prof Steve Webb - Senior Staff Specialist, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Perth Hospital
8.50am -
9.30am     Setting up a Clinical Trials Group - how Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care
           Society did it
9.30am -   Ms Adrienne Kirby - Biostatistician, Faculty of Medicine, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre
9.50am     Overview of clinical trial design
           Dr David Nicolau - Director for the Center for Anti-Infective Research and Development and
           Coordinator for Research in the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
9.50am -
           and Pharmacy, Hartford Hospital
10.20am
           The challenges of conducting antibtiotic pharmacokinetic studies in the clinical
           setting
10.20am -
          Morning Tea - Pre function area outside meeting rooms
10.40am
          ASID Clinical Research Network Workshop
10.40am -
          Meeting Rooms 2
12.30pm
          Chairs: Dr Joshua Davis and Prof David Paterson
10.40am - Ms Adrienne Kirby - Biostatistician, Faculty of Medicine, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre
11.10am Common pitfalls in clinical trials analysis and how to avoid them
          Dr Ben Rogers - Research Scholar, Paterson Group, University of Queensland Centre for
11.10am - Clinical Research
11.30pm COOEE - A prospective multicentre study of the epidemiology of Community-Onset
          ESBL-producing E.Coli infections in Australia and New Zealand
          Dr Natasha Holmes - PhD Fellow, Dept of Medicine, University of Melbourne
          Infectious Diseases Physician, Austin Health
11.30am -
11.50pm VANESSA: Vancomycin Efficacy in Staphylococcal Sepsis in Australasia. A
          prospective, multi-centre cohort study of outcomes in Staphylococcus aureus
          bacteraemia in Australasia




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          Dr Joshua Davis - Convenor Local Organising Committee 2010, Infectious Diseases
          Physician, Royal Darwin Hospital, and Clinical Research Fellow, Menzies School of Health
11.50pm - Research
12.10pm CAMERA: Combination Antibiotic treatment for MEthicillin Resistant Staphylococcus
          Aureus. A pilot randomised controlled trial of vancomycin compared with
          vancomycin plus flucloxacilln for MRSA bacteraemia
12.10pm - A/Prof Eugene Athan - Director Infectious Diseases, Barwon Health
12.30pm Short course treatment of osteoarticular infections: a randomised controlled trial
12.30pm    Close




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