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(Members Only)  Welcome and Opening Remarks/Housekeeping
Tricia Kleidon

Saturday 30 April 2016  B2 and B3  AVAS AGM
8:00-9:00Room
9:15-9:30
9:30-10:00 Keynote Session
Guiding Guidelines to Greatness in Vascular Access
Claire Rickard
10:00-10:30 Inaugural Results of the OMG PIVC Study
Evan Alexandrou & Gillian Ray-Barruel
10:30-11:00 MORNING TEA
Room B2 and B3
11:00-11:30 Home is a good place to be: Making it Work for Patients with Vascular Access, Infusion Therapy and Parenteral Nutrition
Jocelyn Hill
Room B2 and B3 Room B1
11:40-12:00 Pro-active Vascular Device choice in the Emergency Room
Peter Carr, University of Western Australia
Casting a critical eye on the vascular access literature
Adrian Eastman – University of South Australia
12:05-12:25 Application of Failure Mode and Effect Analysis to Reduce the Incidence of Indwelling Venous Catheter Failure
Duhua Lan, Third Military Medical University, China
12:30 -12:50 Peripheral Arterial Catheters: The Knowledge to Practice Puzzle
Heather Reynolds, Griffith University
12:50-1:50 LUNCH
Room B2 and B3 Room B1
1:50-2:10 Central venous access device securement and dressing effectiveness in paediatrics (CASCADE JNR): Pilot study in peripherally inserted central catheters
Tricia Kleiden, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital
CVCs are close to my heart
Karen Winterbourn – Patient Perspective. Sydney Australia
2:15-2:35 To Cut or Not to Cut..Not Such A simple Question: A comparison of Paediatric PICC Insertion Techniques
Joel Mason, Sydney Children’s Hospital
The Use of Extended Dwell PIVCs in Patients with Difficult Access
Evan Alexandrou – Liverpool Hospital & Western Sydney University
2:40-3:00 The challenges and benefits of including paediatric populations into trial research within a collaborative model
Tricia Kleiden, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital
A real time comparison of PICC tip positioning using fluoroscopy and an ECG tip confirmation and navigation system (TCS) to eliminate the need for chest x-ray post insertion
Kerry Taliaferro, The Canberra Hospital
3:05-3:25 Microbial Biofilms on Intravascular catheters from Paediatric Patients
Li Zhang, Griffith University,
One million global catheters: peripheral intravenous cannula worldwide prevalence study (OMG PIVC study) in the east coast of peninsular Malaysia
Azlina Daud, International Islamic University, Malaysia
3:30-3:50 The challenges and opportunities in merging two paediatric hospitals: creating reliability in vascular access cares
Tricia Kleiden, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital
Randomised controlled trials in peripheral vascular access catheters: a scoping review
Mari Takashima, Griffith University
3:50-4:20 AFTERNOON TEA
Room B2 and B3
4:20-5:20 Cochrane Corner
Amanda Ullman, Nicole Gavin, Peter Carr, Joan Webster
5:20-5:40 Thank you and closing remarks (prize presentations)
Sam Keogh
 

 

 

 

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