The program overview below is provisional and will be updated as planning proceeds. Please check this page regularly.
Wednesday 16 October 2019
|0730||Workshop Registration Open | GALLERY, LEVEL 1|
|1100-1300||Exhibitor Bump-In | GALLERY, LEVEL 1|
The pre-conference workshops will be held at the University of Adelaide on the morning of Wednesday 16th October prior to the Welcome Lunch. Participation is an additional cost. Each workshop has a limited number of participants that can attend and bookings will be taken in a first come, first served basis. Delegates and non-delegates as welcome to book.
CENA Members and Full-Time Students can book one 1.5 hour workshop for $30 or two for $50.
Non-Members can book one 1.5 hour workshop for $50 or two for $90.
|Room 1||Room 2||Room 3||Room 4|
|0830-1000||Difficult Airway||ECG Interpretation||Eye Assessment||Paediatrics|
|1000-1030||Morning Tea for Workshop Participants
|1030-1200||To be advised||ABG Interpretation||Vascular Access||Asthma Update|
|1200-1230||Delegates attending workshops walk to the conference venue – Hilton Adelaide, 233 Victoria Square|
|1200-1900||Registration Open | GALLERY, LEVEL 1|
|1200-1800||Speaker’s Preparation Room | SUITE 2
|1230-1330||WELCOME LUNCH | GALLERY, LEVEL 1|
|OPENING PLENARY 1 | BALLROOM BC
|1330-1340||Welcome to Delegates | Jack Fabian, Conference Convenor
Welcome to Country | Indigenous Representative
|1340-1350||Opening Address | His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia
Keynote Speaker: Professor Brenda Wilson, Lieutenant Governor of South Australia
Professor Brenda Wilson has worked in the health industry and aged care sector, across both public and private sectors for more than 40 years. She graduated as a general nurse from Royal Adelaide Hospital (1976) and subsequently trained as an intensive and coronary care nurse (1978). She completed a Diploma of Applied Science at the South Australia College of Advanced Education (1982) and was awarded professorial status in the departments of nursing at Flinders University in 2000 and University of South Australia in 2015. Brenda was appointed as the first female Lieutenant Governor of South Australia in 2014. Full profile.
|1500-1530||AFTERNOON TEA | GALLERY, LEVEL 1|
|CONCURRENT SESSION A|
||BALCONY 1+2||BALCONY 3+4|
|INNOVATION IN CLINICAL PRACTICE||PATIENT SAFETY||END OF LIFE CARE||RESUS & STREET DRUGS|
|The emergency department response to women experiencing intimate partner violence: Perceptions from emergency clinicians
|Nurses’ experiences of the death of a child in the Emergency Department
Dr Kaori Shimoinaba
|Nurses experiences of resuscitation. A literature review
|1600-1625||Emergency Protocols Initiating Care (EPIC) – standardising nurse-initiated care across NSW
Professor Kate Curtis
|Changing practice based on emergency department evidence: Impact of a telephone helpline on emergency department (ED) and hospital avoidance, mortality and morbidity rates and patient satisfaction
|Implementing routine bereavement follow-up in a tertiary Emergency Department
|The results of an observational study looking at methamphetamine-related injury presentations to QLD emergency departments from 2005-2017
|1630-1655||ED teams that study skills together, succeed together. Interprofessional learning for focused ultrasonography for difficult PIVC insertion
Kathleen Dyer, Rebecca Elmore
|Know the flow: A mixed-method analysis of patient flow through a regional ED
|A scoping review of end-of-life care provided for older adults presenting to the emergency department
Dr Ya-Ling Huang
|Trends in South Australia Street Drugs and their implications for Emergency Departments
WELCOME RECEPTION | Gallery Level 1
Welcome to the 2019 ICEN Conference! This is the first social opportunity to catch up with your interstate colleagues and sponsors and exhibitors of the Meeting. The welcome reception also provides a great opportunity to meet delegates who are attending the conference for the first time.
Thursday 17 October 2019
Friday 18 October 2020