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Aug 15 - 21, 2021 | CPD Hours : 15 | Wanaka, Otago
Front Line Medicine Mini Conference In collaboration with Adventure Consultants Mini as small numbers10 people! Date:15th - 21st August 2021 (5 day conference + 2 day weather window) Location: McKerrow Range Geo Dome camp with Adventure Consultants in Wanaka. Video below thanks to Adventure consultants allows you to see the unique location and Geo Dome Camp Cost TBC $3500 Cost includes: All conference sessions, food, accommodation, staff whilst at Geo Dome camp Excluded all other associated costs Accreditation: • RNZCUC endorsed CPD activity • ACEM Activity approved for15 CPD hours What is it all about: We provide a bespoke mini-medical conference asking and discussing the bigger questions for front line senior medics, like our personal wellness, how we fit into a changing and developing medical world, how we wish to see it evolve, our Ideas, concerns, and expectations as a front line medics, critical decision making, and shared reflection. We have a focus on peer review and short-form presentations with open discussion rather than didactic lectures. We have no medically related sponsors. We value the fact we are more than doctors and we create an environment to learn and share in that reflects this! It happens we like mountains and the NZ Backcountry and this is a great environment to develop a sense of community whilst educating each other. Conference Overview (subject to change) Day1 Arrival (Wanaka) Weather Window • Arrive in Wanaka • Personal time (this day will follow day 2 schedule if the weather means we have to depart a day early for the Geo Dome camp) Day 2 (Wanaka) Topic - More than a Doctor • Welcome and registration 2pm • Briefing about Geo Dome Camp • Presentation/discussion (2hrs) Day 3 (Wanaka to Geo Dome Camp McKerrow Range) Topic - Case-based discussions • Transfer to Geo Dome Camp • Risk management sessions • Peer review (1hr) • Presentations/discussion (2hrs) Day 4 (Geo Dome Camp) Topic - pre-hospital/critical decision making • Risk management sessions • Peer review (1hr) • Presentations/discussion (2hrs) Day 5 (Geo Dome Camp) Topic -The future of acute medical care • Risk management sessions • Peer review (1hr) • Presentations/discussion (2hrs) Day 6 (Geo Dome Camp McKerrow Range to Wanaka) Topic - Risk and resilience • Risk management sessions • Peer review (1hr) • Return to Wanaka and final presentation/discussion (2hrs) • Closing Day 7 (Wanaka) Weather window • Personal time (this day will follow day 6 schedule if the weather means we have to leave a day later for Geo Dome camp) Key learning objectives: • Update on current practices utilising case based presentation and discussion to achievethis. All cases discussed will be relevant to Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care, topics such as but not limited to acute medical presentations, acute paediatric presentations and acute trauma presentations. • Develop skills to deal with pre hospital emergency situations and improve critical decision making. • Develop strategies and tools for maintaining resilience and managing risk in a acute frontline medical work place. • Develop a better understanding of what being an SMO means in an Emergency Medicine/Urgent Care setting whilst considering and formulating ideas about the future of Urgent Care practice and what that will mean for doctors, patients and facilities. • Develop and improve presentation skills utilising short form presentations techniques. All in attendance present during the conference, the aim is for peer education. The format is short presentations to stimulate group discussion. Peer review, presentations and discussions are orientated around the days topic. Daily risk management sessions are based around outdoor activities focusing on group analysis of risk and group reflection on how these decision making processes also apply to and can improve our working environment. Please note during the conference given the remote environment in the McKerrow range attendees should have the relevant personal equipment and experience for safe winter alpine travel, Adventure consultants provide guides and avalanche safety equipment if needed. Please contact us for more information or to book
Aug 20 - 22, 2021 | Wanaka, Otago
The New Zealand Foot and Ankle Society Annual Meeting 2021 is organized by TSquared Events and will be held from Aug 20 - 22, 2021 at Edgewater Hotel- Lake Wanaka, New Zealand, Wanaka, Otago, New Zealand. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.