Perioperative Medicine Special Interest Group

Perioperative Medicine Special Interest Group

OBJECTIVE

1. To improve patient safety and outcomes 

2. To share knowledge and collaborate with specialty groups

3. To develop the specialty of perioperative medicine with various craft groups 

FUTURE ACTIVITIES

2020 Perioperative Medicine virtual meeting
Saturday 10 October 2020 
Theme: "All about the team" 
7.45am-5.45pm
Registrations are now open!. Click here to register

 


2021 Joint Airway Management, Obstetric Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine SIG meeting (satellite meeting to the ANZCA ASM)
Thursday 29 April 2021 
Theme: "Looking over the Bridge'
For further information, please click here 

 

2021 Perioperative Medicine SIG Meeting
12-14 August, 2021 Gold Coast, Queensland
Theme: "Perioperative care: All about the team"
For further information on the meeting, please click here.



PAST ACTIVITIES

2019 Perioperative Medicine SIG Meeting
"Updates in PoM – 360°"
Held November 7-9, Sofitel Brisbane Central, Brisbane.
Please visit the ANZCA Events app to view presentation slides.  

2019 Prehabilitation and CPET workshop
Held November 6-7, Sofitel Brisbane Central, Brisbane.
Please visit the event website for further information.

2019 SDM Workshop
Held November 6, Sofitel Brisbane Central, Brisbane.
Please visit the event website for further information. 

2019 ANZCA ASM 
The Perioperative Medicine SIG held two sessions at the 2019 ANZCA ASM. Please click here to visit the Virtual ASM.

2018 Perioperative Medicine SIG Meeting in association with the Australian and New Zealand Society of Geriatric Medicine and the Internal Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand
“Measuring, Managing and Minimising Risk”  
Held October 25-27, Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.
Please visit the meeting webpage to view presentation slides.

 

NEWSLETTERS

September 2018

February 2019 

June 2019  

October 2019  

March 2020

July 2020 

 

EDUCATION RESOURCES

Advance CPR decision-making in the hospital setting

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health have created a number of resources to support these discussions.

Videos: 

Part A  

Part B

Part C

 

COURSES

Monash University and the Alfred Hospital Perioperative medicine short course and masters program:

 

• The short course provides a solid background to trainees and specialists who are looking to provide optimal care to patients in the perioperative period 

 

The University of Melbourne Ultrasound workshops and courses 

 

• http://www.heartweb.com.au

      

MEMBERSHIP

To join the Perioperative Medicine SIG, please download an application form or contact events on +61 3 9510 6299.

 

EXECUTIVE

Executive Portfolios Name Specialist Region
Chair Dr Jill Van Acker Anaesthetist ACT
Member Dr Sean McManus Anaesthetist, Intensivist and GP QLD
Fellowship and Trainee Liaison (TRIPOM rep) Dr Rajni Lal Geriatrician UK
PoM Qualification and Education Dr Joel Symons Anaesthetist VIC
Symposium Convenor        Dr Nicola Broadbent    Anaesthetist New Zealand
Patient Blood Management
Dr Kerry Gunn
Anaesthetist New Zealand
Newsletter Editor Dr Jeremy Fernando Anaesthetist and Intensivist QLD
Physician Representative Dr Catherine Gibb Physician SA
Geriatric Representative Dr Ming Loh
Geriatrician
NSW
Intensive Care Representatives Dr Jeremy Fernando, Dr Sean McManus, Dr David Sturgess
QLD
Co-opted Networking and Liaison Officer Dr Renee Franklin Anaesthetist New Zealand
Co-opted General practice Liaison Associate Professor David Sturgess  Anaesthetist, Intensivist and GP                QLD
Co-opted Surgery Liaison  Vacant    
Co-opted FPM representation  Vacant    


For further information, please contact Events 
or phone +61 3 9510 6299 or visit the ANZCA website.