Monday 10 October 2016

0930-1400 EMSB Committee Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1

Tuesday 11 October 2016

0800-1300 ANZBA Board Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
0900-1000 Registration open for Scientific Forum | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
0930-1000 Morning Tea | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
Scientific Forum | Aquamarine 3, Level 1
Moderators: Amber Moazzam & Francois Stapelberg
1000-1030 Lasers and itch
Dr Matthias Donelan
1030-1040 Accuracy of photograph based burns assessment in people with darker skin (Fitzpatrick IV-VI)
Dr Kurt Thiele
1040-1050 Biodegradable temporising matrix for the coverage and preservation of exposed bony structures
Dr Michael Rooke
1050-1100 Biodegradable temporising matrix for the management of joint pathology in the major burn patient
Dr Michael Rooke
1100-1110 Diphoterine untangled: A systematic review
Skaria Alexander
1110-1120 How hot is too hot? Evidence from a porcine scald model informs medicolegal opinion
Christine Andrews
1120-1130 Identification and quantification of the proteins in blister fluid from paediatric burns of different severities
Tuo Zang
1130-1140 In the search for an effective animal model of hypertrophic burn scarring
Mitchell Nash, Prof Andrew Holland, Prof John Harvey
1140-1150 Salvage of deep partial thickness burns using Versajet debridement and Biobrane xenografting – a case series
Dr Constant van Schalkwyk, Dr Joseph Dusseldorp, Prof Peter Maitz
1150-1200 Nanocrystalline silver dressing: Does chloride in physiological fluid inactivate its anti-microbial activity?
Dr Joanneke Beekman
1200-1300 Lunch | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
1200 Registration open for ANZBA ASM and all forums | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
1200-1700 Exhibitor Bump In | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
Scientific Forum cont. | Aquamarine 3, Level 1
Moderators: Amber Moazzam & Alex Kazami
1300-1310 Psychometric properties of the Brisbane Burn Scar Impact Profile in patients with burns at risk of or with scarring
Dr Zephanie Tyack
1310-1320 Quantifying the impact of inhalational burns
Si Jack Chong
1320-1330 Safe and improved analgesia following bupivacaine with epinephrine infiltration before skin graft harvesting
Chee-Kwan Kong
1330-1340 Microbiological findings in burn patients treated in a general versus a designated intensive care unit: Effect on length of stay
Dr Andrea C Issler-Fisher
1340-1350 Silver dressing cytotoxicity: assessment in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo
Leila Cuttle
1350-1400 The effect of transfer delays on illness severity scores and mortality in major burns in New Zealand
Samuel Hale
1400-1410 The effectiveness and safety of intensive insulin therapy, insulin sensitisers and insulin secretagogues for hypermetabolism in burn patients: a systematic review
Jared Campbell
1410-1420 The effects of cross-linking a collagen-elastin scaffold on wound contraction and scaffold degradation
Dr Joanneke Beekman
1420-1450 Burn outcomes: Discharge and beyond
Dr Nicole S. Gibran
1450-1520 Afternoon tea | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
1520-1530 The role of androgens in burn injury wound healing
Brenton Condor
1530-1540 The use of meek grafting in a 70% TSBA paediatric burn
Mitchell Nash, Prof Andrew Holland, Prof John Harvey
1540-1600 ISBI clinical practice guidelines for burn care
Michael Peck
1600-1610 Discussion re burn research led by Alex Kazimi
1610 Discussion / Forum closure
 Allied Health Forum | Aquamarine 2, Level 1  Nursing Forum | Aquamarine 1, Level 1
1300-1320 Burn competencies / certification
Ingrid S. Parry
1300-1310  Welcome
Natalia Adanichkin, ANZBA Nursing chair & Tania McWilliams (WA)
 1320-1335 Development of a burns rehabilitation course under the banner of the Australian New Zealand Burn Association
Dr Zephanie Tyack
1310-1330 BRANZ Update
Yvonne Singer (VIC)
 1335-1350 Discussion time 1330-1350 Delirium in paediatric burn patients
Rebecca Paterson
 1350-1400 Donor sites: No big deal or are they?
Stephanie Wicks
1350-1400 Paediatric outcomes of staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, Steven-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis – a 10 year review
Deborah Maze
 1400-1410 Pressure garments for paediatric burn scar management: preliminary data from a longitudinal cohort study
Jodie Wiseman
1400-1410 Negative pressure wound therapy for paediatric burns – what is the true pressure?
Dr Bronwyn Griffin
 1410-1420 It’s the little things
Kirsten Van Asten, Geranne D’Souza, Abbey Cousens
1410-1420 The increasing demands of a paediatric burn clinic
Kathy Bicknell
 1420-1430 Exploratory study of psychosocial factors impacting on burns patients presenting to an acute level 1 trauma centre
Rose Knol
1420-1450 Staffing templates – panel discussion
Rebecca Schrale (TAS), Debbie Murray (NZ), Deborah Maze (NSW), Dianne Elfleet (NSW), Margaret Brennan (NT),Kathy Bicknell (VIC)
 1430-1500 Electrical injuries and outcomes
Dr Joel Steven Fish
  1450-1505  Afternoon Tea | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
 1500-1520 Afternoon Tea | Pre-Function Area, Level 1  1505-1525 The role of the Nurse Practitioner in paediatric burn care
Charis Kelly
MaxilloFacial Burns 1525-1535 Prevention/ NSWNZ app?
Siobhan Connolly
1520-1540 MaxilloFacial burns
Ingrid Parry
1535-1545 Managing burn to buttocks/ dressing options/fixation
Sara Pearce
1540-1550 Intensive swallowing and orofacial contracture rehabilitation after severe burn injury: A pilot study
Nicola Clayton
1545-1605 Panel Discussion: Managing burn to buttocks/ dressing options/fixation
Margaret Brennan, Rebecca Schrale, Debbie Murray, Melinda Pacquola
1550-1600 Current rehabilitation updates in managing facial and neck scar hypertrophy
Jonathan Niszczak
1605-1615 Procedural warming of patients with burns
Melinda Pacquola
1600-1630 Discussion:
MaxilloFacial burns – what works well, sharing our experiences etc
1615-1625 Evidence based healthcare in burns: Joanna Briggs Institute resource
Jared Campbell
1630-1700 Business discussion:
Future forum, state reps, allied health guidelines etc.
1625-1655 Orientation program for new staff, new graduates and students – panel discussion
Rebecca Schrale (TAS), Debbie Murray (NZ), Deborah Maze (NSW), Dianne Elfleet (NSW), Margaret Brennan (NT), Kathy Bicknell (VIC)
1655-1700 Evaluation/close
Natalia Adanichkin, ANZBA, Nursing chair
1530 Registration open for ANZBA ASM | Ground Level
1700-1900 ANZBA ASM Welcome Reception | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level

Wednesday 12 October 2016

0700-1700 Registration | Exhibition Hall Foyer, Ground Level
0700-1700 Speakers Preparation Room  | Exec. Boardroom, Level 1
0830 Powhiri Cultural Opening | All delegates to meet in Exhibition Hall
Opening Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chair: Richard Wong She
Opening Address – Co-Convenor Richard Wong She
0900-0910 Welcome
0910-0920 The impact of burn injuries on life long trajectory
Professor Fiona Wood
0925-0930 Platinum Sponsor Address: Malcolm Law, Marketing Director, Smith and NephewSmith and Nephew_300x200
0930-1000 Murray Clarke Oration
Days of future passed
Michael Muller
1000-1030 Morning Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
1030 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Richard Wong She & John Kenealy
1030-1100 Building a culture of safety
Carl Horsley
1100-1150 Keynote Speaker: Dr Sven Hansen
Resilience: The science [complete the secure online Resilience Diagnostic prior to the session – 
1200-1300 Lunch | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
Prevention Subcommittee Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
1300 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Richard Wong She & John Kenealy
1300-1350 Keynote Speaker: Dr Sven Hansen
Resilience: The practice
1350-1420 Non-accidental burn injury
Chris Adams
1430-1500 Afternoon Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
Psychosocial Group Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
1500-1630 Free Paper Session | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Anne Darton & Carl Horsley
1500-1510 A cost-effectiveness analysis of three silver dressings for paediatric partial thickness burns
Emma Gee Kee
1510-1520 A new fluid resuscitation protocol for severe burns with haemodynamic goal directed targets using pulse contour analysis
Dr Joshua Ihle
1520-1530 Are children experiencing difficulties returning to school following a burn injury? 
Linda Quinn
1530-1540 Assault by burning using corrosive substances – a 15-year experience in a Western regional burns unit and the real urgency for tighter legislations
David Barnes
1540-1550 Assessment of clinical outcomes following first aid treatment for burns in paediatric patients
Bronwyn Griffin
1550-1600 Burn education and first aid delivery to school children in Tanzania
Mohammed Farid
1600-1610 Combined reconstructive surgery with the ablative fractional CO2 laser following burn injuries: A Case-Series 
Dr Andrea Christina Issler-Fisher
1610-1620 Compassionate use of ReCell in large burns: A single-center U.S. experience
Dr James Holmes
WORDS OF WISDOM
1630-1640 Dr David G. Greenhalgh
1640-1650 Making changes in burn care: Easy to say, hard to do!
Dr Joel Steven Fish
 1700-1800 ANZBA AGM – All Members Welcome | Aquamarine, Level 1
Free evening

Thursday 13 October 2016

0700-1700 Registration | Exhibition Hall Foyer, Ground Level
0700-1700 Speakers Preparation Room  | Exec. Boardroom, Level 1
Smith & Nephew Breakfast | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
0715-0815

Breakfast Speaker: Dr Joel Steven Fish, Medical Director, Burn Program, The Hospital for Sick Children, CanadaSmith and Nephew_300

Pediatric burn care: Special considerations!!!

  • Current Burn Wound Care practices specific to pediatrics
  • Planning for the future in pediatric Burn Wound Care
  • Designing a Quality Care program for pediatric burn care.

Continential breakfast generously provided by Smith & Nephew, book during registration or by emailing the ANZBA ASM Secretariat

0840-1000 Free Paper Session | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chair: Kathryn Russell & Siobhan Connolly
0840-0850 Cool Runnings: an app-based intervention for preventing hot beverage scalds
Jacqueline Burgess
0850-0900 Current psychosocial care of burn patients: Screening and support provision across ANZBA burn centres
Caroline Gee
0900-0910 Effectiveness of medical hypnosis for pain reduction and faster wound healing in paediatric acute burn injury: A randomised controlled trial
Stephen Chester
0910-0920 Energy deficits in major burn patients: When should a nasojejunal tube be considered?
Victoria Lo
0920-0930 Exploring the psychosocial support needs of Australian young people with appearance-related distress: Acceptability of YP Face IT for Australia
Caroline Gee
0930-0940 GLOW Study: Longitudinal study to assess psychosocial contributors to mental health outcomes after burn injury
Sonia Terhaag
0940-0950 How do you manage burn blisters? Small question, big answer
Siobhan Connolly
1000-1030 Morning Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
JBI Burn Node Expert Reference Group | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
1030 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Sharlene Bingham & David Millis
1030-1100 Keynote Speaker: Ingrid S. Parry
Using words, actions and distractions to manage anxiety and engage children after burn injury
1100-1130 Keynote Speaker: Dr David G. Greenhalgh
Response to Injury – what’s new
1130-1155 Panel Discussion
Dr Nicole Gibran, Dr Joel Steven Fish, Charis Kelly, Michael Peck
1200-1300 Lunch | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
BQIP Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
1300-1430 Free Paper Session | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Yvonne Singer & Alex Kazemi
1300-1310 Investigating health professionals’ attitudes towards active treatment of the patient with a major burn injury following self–immolation
Tracey Perrett, Deborah Murray
1310-1320 Laser therapy for burns scars in children. A review of the results following the introduction of treatment with the laser at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
John Harvey
1320-1330 Looking for answers beyond the scald: A cross-sectional survey
Jacqueline Burgess
1330-1340 Major paediatric burns: Review of number and nature of medical procedures by serial case study
Dr Kathryn Russell, Deborah Murray
1340-1350 Observations from the paediatric outpatients unit: Parent emotions, behaviour and child distress
Erin Brown
1350-1400 Predictors of moderate to severe fatigue 12 months following admission to hospital for a burn injury: Results from the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand (BRANZ) long-term outcomes project
Professor Belinda Gabbe
1400-1410 Skin deep – supporting adjustment to life after a burn injury for adolescents
Heidi Cable
1410-1420 Small burn, big problem: Penile burns presenting to an adult burns service 
Jeremy Rawlins
1430-1500 Afternoon Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
1500 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Fiona Wood & Zephanie Tyack
1500-1530 Keynote Speaker: Dr Matthias B. Donelanlumenis_300x200
Treatment of burn scars with fractionated CO2 laser and z-plasty: Science validates a new paradigm
WORDS OF WISDOM 
1530-1540 Things I wish I had known then…
Charis Kelly
1540-1550 Learning to say no: Discovering work-life balance
Dr Nicole Gibran
1600-1800 AMAZING RACE | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level (begins and ends here)
1800-1830 Drinks in the Exhibition to follow AMAZING RACE | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
Free Evening

Friday 14 October 2016

0700-1630 Registration | Ground Level
0700-1500 Speakers Preparation Room  | Exec. Boardroom, Level 1
Lumenis Breakfast | Pre-Function Area, Level 1
0715-0815

Breakfast Speaker: Dr Andrea C Issler-Fisher, Burns Unit, Concord Repatriation General Hospitallumenis_300x200

The new paradigm in reconstructive burn surgery

Dr Andrea C. Issler-Fisher is a burn surgeon at Concord Hospital, who has focused on burn scar reconstruction with a particular interest in the use of lasers to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Her talk will cover the following aspects of this exciting arising area of burn surgery:

  • A general overview of the principles of laser surgery and how this can exploited to treat burn scars
  • The efficacy of laser treatments on burn scars: Updated results from a prospective cohort study
  • Concord’s protocols and experience and how this has resulted in a new overall burn scar management approach

Click here for more information.

Hot breakfast generously provided by Lumenis, book during registration or by emailing the ANZBA ASM Secretariat

0830-1000 Free Paper Session | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Rebecca Schrale & Chris Adams
0830-0840 The effectiveness of non-invasive burns interventions on scar-related outcomes: A systematic review
Dr Zephanie Tyack
0840-0850 The effects of dietary macronutrient balance on cutaneous wound healing 
Dr Jonathan Hew
0850-0900 Perforator based flaps in burn reconstruction: A 2 years experience
Beta Subakti
0900-0910 To err is human: Planning for the human element in burn care
Yvonne Singer
0910-0920 Translating burn scar assessment into clinical care: How do we measure up?
Dr Megan Simons
0920-0930 Trauma App – checking the pulse
Anne Darton
0930-0940 Using BRANZ data to improve the quality of burn care 
Yvonne Singer
0940-0950 Burns, blasts and bystanders. 15 years of fireworks in the Top End
Dr Richard Bradbury
1000-1030 Morning Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
1030 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Francois Stapelberg & Tania McWilliams
1030-1100 Keynote Speaker: Dr Joel Steven FishSmith and Nephew_300
Lasers for pediatric scar modulation
1100-1130 Keynote Speaker: Charis Kelly
Minimizing pain in paediatric burns: It takes a village!Sponsored by: Sir William and Lady Manchester Charitable Trust 
1130-1155 Panel Discussion
Dr Matthias B. Donelan, Dr David G. Greenhalgh, Ingrid S. Parry
1200-1300 Lunch | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
BRANZ Meeting | Topaz 2/3, Level 1
1300 Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Michael Muller & Diane Elfleet
1300-1310

Winning Paper 1

How hot is too hot? Evidence from a porcine scald model informs medicolegal opinion
Christine Andrews

1315-1325

Winning Paper 2

Silver dressing cytotoxicity: assessment in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo
Leila Cuttle

1330-1340

Winning Paper 3

Development of a burns rehabilitation course under the banner of the Australian New Zealand Burn Association
Dr Zephanie Tyack

1345-1355

Winning Paper 4

Intensive swallowing and orofacial contracture rehabilitation after severe burn injury: A pilot study
Nicola Clayton

1400-1410

Winning Paper 5

Paediatric outcomes of staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, Steven-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis – a 10 year review
Deborah Maze

1415-1425

Winning Paper 6

Procedural warming of patients with burns
Melinda Pacquola

1430-1500 Afternoon Tea | Exhibition Hall, Ground Level
(exhibition bump out commences at conclusion of afternoon tea)
1500 Closing Plenary | Aquamarine, Level 1
Chairs: Richard Wong She & Tracey Perrett
1500-1530 Keynote Speaker: Dr Nicole GibranIntegra_300x200
Burn Center Infection Control: 2016 Best Practices
WORDS OF WISDOM
1530-1540 Burn tricks I’ve learned and thoughts for the future
Dr Matthias Donelan
1540-1550 Ingrid S. Parry
1600-1610 ANZBA 2017
1610-1630 Closing including cultural farewell
1900 till late

ANZBA ASM Dinner | Level 1, Hilton Auckland

Don’t forget your 70s Disco attire!

 

About ANZBA

ANZBA is a not for profit organisation and the peak body for health professionals responsible for the care of the burn injured in Australia and New Zealand. ANZBA encourages higher standards of care through education, performance monitoring and research.

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