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We are excited to announce that will be running this event as a virtual symposium in March 2021.

 

Overview
The 2021 Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Austin Health Perioperative Medicine Symposium “Exploring new heights of excellence in perioperative medicine” will be held from 26 to 29 March.

It will cover current best practice across a broad range of topics in perioperative medicine along with providing a range of workshops on Friday, Sunday and Monday of the program.

The symposium includes a virtual meeting day on Saturday 27 March and optional workshops.

Please note to attend the workshops, you must register for the virtual symposium day.



Program

The scientific program will be held as an all day virtual meeting on Saturday 27 March and will cover a broad range of topics.  The day will consist of pre-recorded sessions and live panel discussions. If you register for the one day symposium and are unable to attend on the day, the virtual platform will remain open for 12 months.

In addition to the symposium there will be a number of workshops held on Friday, Sunday and Monday at The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Austin Health, Melbourne. These are hospital based workshops covering key skills and scenarios in medicine. Workshops range from cardiac arrest, CPET, simulation and transthoracic echo. Please refer to the program for the full list of workshops and the workshop summaries for further information.



Speakers

For the virtual symposium we have five international keynote speakers attending; Professor Adrian Gelb (US), Professor PJ Devereaux (Canada), Dr Carl Waldmann (UK), Professor Javier Garcia Fernandez (Spain) and Dr Claire Macaulay (Scotland). 

For further information on speakers and to view their bios, please click here.

Workshop venues

Workshops will be held on Friday 26 March and Sunday 28 March at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Austin Health.

 

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

305 Grattan Street

Melbourne VIC 3000

Austin Health

145 Studley Road

Heidelberg VIC 3084


 

Costs

All prices quoted are in Australian dollars and inclusive of GST
 

Saturday 27 March 2021 8am-5pm
"Exploring New Heights of Excellence in Perioperative Medicine" Virtual meeting

This virtual meeting includes pre-recorded presentations and live panel sessions

Early bird registration - (Early bird rate ends 1 March 2021)
Saturday: Symposium – Full fee                                           $297.00
Saturday: Symposium – Trainee / Nurse fee                      $198.00

Full registration from 2 March 2021
Saturday: Symposium – Full fee                                           $330.00
Saturday: Symposium – Trainee /
 Nurse fee                      $260.00

On the day registration
Saturday: Symposium - Full fee                                             $385.00
Saturday: Symposium - Trainee /
 Nurse fee                        $315.00
 

 

Please note:

Workshop costs are at an additional price to the registration fee. Please visit the workshop summary for workshop details and registration costs.
 

Registration

Registration for the 2021 Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Austin Health Perioperative Symposium is now open, please click on the registration link above.

CPD

Participants in the ANZCA and FPM CPD program may claim this event under the Knowledge and Skills activity learning sessions. Certificates of attendance will be available for those claiming study leave.

The cardiac arrest, anaphylaxis, major haemorrhage and CICO workshops are recognised by the ANZCA and FPM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program for emergency response training.


 

Sponsorship

The Peter MacCallum & Austin Health Perioperative Symposium gratefully acknowledges the healthcare industry who have generously supported this meeting.

Platinum sponsor:

 

 

Exhibitors:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact

This meeting is delivered by the ANZCA in-house professional conference organiser.  For further information, please contact:
 

ANZCA Events team
events@anzca.edu.au
T: +61 3 9510 6299
ANZCA House

630 St Kilda Road

Melbourne VIC 3004

Twitter
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