A poster is a visual medium used to communicate a key idea related to research: It presents that idea in verbal and graphic ways. Unlike an oral presentation, a poster does (most) of the talking—it should stand on its own, be self-explanatory (even as it enables conversations with viewers).

The 2019 ICEN posters will be displayed in PORTRAIT STYLE DIGITAL FORMAT.  These posters will be displayed for the duration of the conference on large monitors in the exhibition and catering area.  For hints and tips on how to create and submit your ePoster visit Preparing you ePoster.

# POSTER TITLE AUTHORS
01 End-of-life care challenges from staff viewpoints in Emergency Departments: Systematic review Ali Alqahtani
02 Care of the older person in Emergency – a module of learning for Emergency Nurses Erin Cranitch
03 Nurse initiated sedation in the Emergency Department: Diazepam and Droperidol Benjamin Learmont, Benjamin Horan
04 The “All of Us” study – non-clinical staff members’ experience of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation in acute care settings Brad Chesham
05 I don’t believe it’s burnout: A descriptive qualitative study of ED staff perceptions’ of their working environment Elizabeth Elder
06 Interventions to reduce ED occupational stress: A systematic review Hui (Grace) Xu
07 Demonstrating the impact of Australian Rules Football injuries in the Emergency Department: A clinical data audit Graham Stephen
08 Improving care in the Emergency Department of patients presenting with suspected neck or femur fractures; a prospective quality improvement study Claire Lobb
09 Cannulation Rates in the Emergency Department Intervention Trial (CREDIT) – regional site implementation Karen Smith, Sunayana Moriarty, Prof Louise Cullen, Tracey Hawkins, A/Prof Jaimi Greenslade
10 The impact of methamphetamine’s on frontline emergency services in Victoria, Australia Rikki Jones
11 Coroners Court – what happens if you get called to go? Cathi Montague
12 Facebook the new black: A novel platform for medication related issues, updates and clinical pearls Christopher Hidayat
13 Fluid resuscitation is usually the first line treatment in trauma care in emergency department Mneera Alshammari