The 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting at the Gold Coast
202128may(may 28)3:00 pm30(may 30)3:00 pmThe 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting at the Gold Coast3:00 pm - 3:00 pm (30)(GMT+10:00) View in my time Event Organized ByAustralian Society of Dental AneasthesiologyDisciplineSedationFormatConference,In-Person
Friday & Saturday: ASDA Sedation Reendorsement Program (CPD: 12 Scientific Hours) Since 2016, all ASDA
Friday & Saturday: ASDA Sedation Reendorsement Program (CPD: 12 Scientific Hours)
Since 2016, all ASDA Sedation Reendorsement courses have consisted of 2 days : being a blend of skills refresher workshops, and simulated medical emergencies.
Can you implement BLS/ALS and ABCD protocols in an emergency? These workshops will develop the practical skills and knowledge to recognise and manage the deteriorating patient and medical emergencies. Designed to prepare participants for the simulations, but also very useful if you are operating on sedated patients or have already done your re-endorsement elsewhere to improve your performance in future emergencies.
The ultimate immersive experience with hi-fidelity simulation of medical emergencies to improve performance, teamwork and communications during emergencies.
This is an accredited refresher course for AHPRA re-endorsement of intravenous dental sedationists. (Limited to 36 participants)
Sunday: Annual Scientific Meeting (CPD: 4 Scientific Hours) : 8am – 12.30pm
The program for the Annual Scientific meeting is coming, and includes essential updates on pharmacology, patient management, emergency management, and regulations and is your best opportunity for CPD in Sedation in Australia.
Remember, if you are practising sedation, you need to be doing CPD in sedation!
If you would like to suggest a topic or update for future ASMs, or nominate to contribute to future meetings by presenting a topic please email us at email@example.com cc firstname.lastname@example.org
BELISARIO AWARD DINNER – Every three years, we award the Belisario Award, which recognises outstanding contribution in Australia to the discipline of pain and anxiety control in Dentistry. It is awarded to someone who is considered to have made an outstanding contribution to some facet or facets of this field. It may be in academic, teaching, advancement of knowledge, or in administration or furtherance of the policies and philosophies of the Society. In 2015 it was awarded to Dr Andre Viljoen, and in 2018 it went to our President, Dr Greg Mahoney.
The next Belisario year will be 2021. Nominations will be open in 2020 and can be forwarded to ASDA Secretary, Dr Angelo Preketes on email@example.com who will forward it to the Award committee (consisting of past Belisario winners).
28 (Friday) 3:00 pm - 30 (Sunday) 3:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time