2016 ASM – Program

 

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!

 

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