ANZICS 2018
 
Please note: this preliminary programme is subject to change.

Thursday 5 April 2018 

0700-0800

Pre-Conference Workshop: Yoga with Lululemon

0730-0830

Registration and Industry Exhibition Open, Arrival Tea & Coffee 

0830-0850 

You Are the Stone that Makes the Ripples
Dr Debbie Chalmers, Intensivist, Hawke's Bay Hospital; Chair, College Special Interest Group for Welfare, Napier, NZ

0850-0930 

Training the Brain with Mindfulness
Dr Chantal Hofstee, Clinical Psychologist and Executive Coach, Renew Your Mind, Auckland, NZ 

0930-1000

Building a Resilient Intensive Care Unit
Liz Crowe, PhD Candidate, School of Medicine, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia 

1000-1030

Morning Tea, Industry Exhibition and Posters 

1030-1050

How the Intensivist can Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death in the Young
Dr Jon Skinner, Paediatric Cardiologist, Starship Children’s Health; Associate Professor, Department of Child Health, The University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ

1050-1110 

Adult Congenital Heart Disease
Dr Clare O’Donnell, Paediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiologist, Starship and Auckland City Hospitals, Auckland, NZ

1110-1200

Interactive Case Based Panel Discussion: The failing Fontan at an adult ICU near you
Dr Clare O’Donnell, Paediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiologist, Starship and Auckland City Hospitals, Auckland, NZ
Dr David Knight, Specialist Intensivist, Christchurch Hospital, Christchurch, NZ
Dr Kirsten Finucane, Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Starship Children’s Health, Auckland, NZ

Moderator: Dr David Buckley

1200-1300

Lunch, Industry Exhibition and Posters

1300-1340


Free Paper - Smoothing the Transition
Pam Culverwell, Paediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, NZ
Jackie Beaumont, Burn Clinical Nurse Specialist, Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, NZ 

Free Paper - Evaluation of a Needs-Based Training Program For ICU and HDU Nurses in Malawi
Rodwell Gundo, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ

Free Paper - Long Term Care in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at The Royal Children’s Hospital - The Role of the Nurse Coordinator
Yvette Moore, Nurse Coordinator, PICU, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia


1340-1430

PICU Abroad – Out of your Comfort Zone


1430-1500

Afternoon Tea, Industry Exhibition and Posters

1500-1520

What Clinicians Need to Know - A Parent’s Perspective
Mrs Haley Nielsen 

1520-1550 

PICU Bereavement - Size Does Matter
Ann Doran, Staff Nurse and Bereavement Service Coordinator, PICU, Starship Children’s Health, Auckland,NZ  

1550-1610

Bereavement Follow-Up: Do Good Intentions Result in Good Outcomes?
Dr Kylie Julian, Intensivist, Critical Care Complex, Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, NZ 

1610-1630

Moral Distress in the PICU
Dr Fiona Miles, Paediatric Intensivist, Starship Children’s Health, Auckland, NZ  


1630-1700

ANZICS NZ AGM


1630-1700

NZCCCN AGM



1800-late

Gala Dinner at The Maritime Room, Viaduct Harbour