Conference presentations

Following is a list of conference participation by members of the PRECRU team since 2012:

Dr Stephen Ball

2016

The recognition of cardiac arrest during emergency ambulance calls, Oral presentation, 2016 Council of Ambulance Authorities conference in October, Brisbane.

2015

Variation in the predictive accuracy of prioritising ambulance call, Oral presentation Paramedics Australasia International Conference, 2-3 October 2015, Adelaide

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Professor Judith Finn

2016

Education, Implementation and Teams: update on ANZCOR guidelines. Invited Speaker at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Conference held in Auckland on April 7-9 2016

 Practicalities of Guideline Implementation. Invited Speaker at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Conference held in Auckland on April 7-9 2016

 Training issues in CPR – Training cycle and CPR feedback and the role of the nursing profession in the ILCOR CoSTR as Education and Training taskforce chair. Invited Speaker at the Resuscitation Council of Asia Conference held in Singapore on February 27-28, 2016.

2015

How to implement guidelines into practice and CPR Feedback. Invited Speaker at the European Resuscitation Council’s “Resuscitation 2015” Congress in Prague on October 29- 31, 2015.

2014

How can we use evidence to improve resuscitation outcomes? Invited Speaker at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council Conference in Queenstown (NZ) 24-26 July 2014

Why is it so hard…to perform effective CPR? Invited Faculty at the European Resuscitation Council Conference in Bilbao (Spain) 15-17 May 2014

Pros and cons of observation ‘studies’ in resuscitation. Invited Faculty at the European Resuscitation Council Conference in Bilbao (Spain) 15-17 May 2014

2013

The Debriefing Challenge. Hands-on: Education session.  Invited Faculty member at the European Resuscitation Council Conference in Krakow 25-26 Oct. 2013

Evaluating the impact of air pollution on the incidence of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the Perth (Western Australia) metropolitan area: 2000-2010.  Poster presentation on behalf of Straney L, Finn J,  Dennekamp M, Bremner A, Tonkin A & Jacobs I at European Resuscitation Council Conference in Krakow 25-26 Oct. 2013

Building capacity in resuscitation research – why it matters. Presented by Prof Judith Finn Invited Speaker at the Alaska Resuscitation Conference, in Anchorage, Alaska, 16-19 May 2013

Australian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium.  Presented by Prof Judith Finn Invited Speaker on behalf of the Aus-ROC Investigators at the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Spark of Life Conference, in Melbourne, on 19 April 2013

2012

American Heart Association Resuscitation Science Symposium(AHA-ReSS), ‘International Collaborations to Improve Resuscitation’ – Invited Speaker

Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ), ‘Patient response to early warning signs’. Brisbane – Invited Speaker

European Resuscitation Council Congress, Relative survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients in Perth, Western Australia. Vienna, – Invited Speaker

Australian Resuscitation Council (Victorian Branch), ‘Why we need to build capacity in resuscitation research – the Australian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (Aus-ROC) Aust. – Invited Speaker

Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA), ‘Evidence-based medicine – how the experts got it wrong’ Perth, Aust. – Invited Speaker

Capacity Building in Resuscitation Science, “Resuscitation in Motion”, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada- Keynote Speaker

New Zealand Resuscitation Council, ‘Australian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium’  Auckland, N.Z. – Invited Speaker

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Dr Madoka Inoue

2015

Incidence, characteristics, and survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children and adolescents between 1997 and 2014 in Perth, Western Australia. Poster presentation, Paramedics Australasia International Conference (PAIC) 2-3 October 2015, Adelaide

2014

Incidence, characteristics, and survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in children and adolescents between 1997 and 2013 in Perth, Western Australia, Poster presentation, 15th International Conference on Emergency Medicine (ICEM) 11-14 June 2014, Hong Kong, China

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Dr Hideo Tohira

2016

Risk of representation or death in patients discharged at the scene by paramedics. Poster presentation, The 16 the International Conference on Emergency Medicine 2016; 18-21 May 2016; Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Cape Town, South Africa.

Outcomes of older patients attended by paramedics for falls in Perth, Western Australia. 10th European Congress on Emergency Medicine; 2016 1-5 October 2016; Vienna, Austria.

2015

Risk of representation of death in patients discharged at the scene by paramedics. Poster presentation Paramedics Australasia 2015 Conference; 2-3 Oct 2015; Adelaide.

2014

Outcome of patients seen but not transported by paramedics in the Perth metropolitan area. Poster presentation, The 15th International Conference on Emergency Medicine 2014; 11-14 June 2014 Hong Kong.

2013

Tohira H, Jacobs I, Mountain D, et al. Comparison of Tables that Map the Abbreviated Injury Scale 1998 Version to the 2008 Version. International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury – 2013 International IRCOBI Conference on the Biomechanics of Injury. Gothenburg, Sweden – oral presentation.

Tohira H  Jacobs I, Mountain D, et al. The impact of new prehospital practitioners on Emergency Departmetn services: A systematic review and meta-analysis. The 7th Asian Conference on Emergency Medicine; 2013; Tokyo, Japan – poster presentation.

Tohira H. The 41st Annual meeting of Japanese Association of Acute Medicine. The impact of new prehospital practitioners on Emergency Department services: A systematic review and meta-analysis, 2013. Tokyo, Japan – oral presentation.

2012

International Research Council on Biomechanics of Injury, 2012 Annual Conference, Differences in risk factors between early and late trauma death after road traffic accidents’, Dublin Ireland – Oral presentation

The 26th Annual Conference of Japanese Association for the Surgery of Trauma, ‘Data quality of the Japan Trauma Data bank and its improvement’, Tokyo, Japan – Oral Presentation

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