WADEM Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine 7-10 May 2019 Brisbane, Australia

Program - Friday 10 May

Tuesday 7 May Wednesday 8 May Thursday 9 May Friday 10 May
Legacy Statements 0730 - 0830
Plaza Room 1
Legacy Statement 1
Plaza Room 2
Legacy Statement 2
Plaza Room 3
Legacy Statement 3
Plaza Room 4
Legacy Statement 4
Plaza Room 5
Legacy Statement 5
Session 12 0900 - 1030
Plaza Room 1
Members Choice Session
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0927 Emergency Department Demand: An International Perspective Gerry FitzGerald
0928-0951 Patient Flow and Using Data and Predictive Tools
Liz Rushbrook
0952-1053 Patient Flow in Complex Adaptive Systems: Changing our Thinking
James Lind
1016-1027 Panel Discussion: Is There a Better Future?
Plaza Room 2
Prehospital Care and Road Safety
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0927
The Unified Theory of Disaster and Pre-hospital Medicine - When You Know Better, Do Better Sam Bendall
0928-0939
Developing Sustainable Prehospital Care for NCD Emergencies in Rwanda - A Collaboration between EMS, Ministry of Health of Rwanda and Virginia Commonwealth University Jean Marie Uwitonze
0940-0951
A New Strategy for Swiftwater Rescue from Roadways during Urban and Small Stream Flash Flooding David Jaslow
0952-1003
Invited Speaker
1004-1015
Health Sector Preparedness during the Eid-al-Fitr homecoming across Indonesia in 2017 Madelina Ariani
1016-1027
Getting There: Evidence-based Decision-making in Road Trauma Pre-hospital Transport and Care in Queensland Robert Andrews
Plaza Room 3
Risk & Planning
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0915
Relating the All Hazard Approach of Hospitals to that of Public Authorities Pieter van der Torn
0916-0927
Safer Hospitals in North Queensland - Assessment of Resilience Jenny Luke
0928-0939
Comprehensive Safe Hospital Implementation in Rural Area of Indonesia Ahmad Alim
0940-0951
Life Expectancy Negatively Correlates with Disaster Risk Index Shinichi Egawa
0952-1003
Implementation of a Disaster Coordination and Communication Plan in Nepal: Hub and Satellite Concept Sumana Bajracharya
1004-1015
Medical Coordination Rescue Members and Ambulance Nurses’ Perspectives on Emergency Mass Casualty and Terrorism Preparedness in the Netherlands, a Qualitative Study Johan De Cock
1016-1027
Consideration and Practice on Hospital Incident Command System during Mass Casualty Incidents in Chinese hospitals Haojun Fan
Plaza Room 4
Case Studies
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0915
Epidemic Thunderstorm Asthma Alison McMillan
0916-0927
Hurricane Sandy: Initial Evaluation of Patient Characteristics Marc Rosenthal
0928-0939
Morwell Coalmine Fire as a Cascading Disaster: A Case Study Dudley McArdle
0940-0951
Level of Emergency Preparedness Before and After a False Missile Alert in Hawaii Kristine Qureshi
0952-1003
Multiple Patients with Burn Injury Induced by a Chemical Explosion Managed by Physician-staffed Helicopters Youichi Yanagawa
1004-1015
Invited Speaker - Hot Topic
1016-1027
Invited Speaker - Hot Topic
Plaza Room 5
Mass Gatherings
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0915
The Impact on Local Emergency Departments during a ‘Schoolies Week’ Youth Mass Gathering Julia Crilly
0916-0927
This is Sparta: A Five-Year Obstacle Course Racing Injury Analysis Haddon Rabb
0928-0939
The Sun Herald Sydney City-2-Surf Fun Run – Historical Injury Patterns and Development of a Predictive Model, to Inform Health Service Planning David Heslop
0940-0951
On the Way Out: An Analysis of Patient Transfers from Four, Large-Scale, North American Music Festivals Over Two Years Christopher Callaghan
0952-1003
Anatomy of a Mass Mass Gathering Michael Molloy
1004-1015
Axis Dimensional Analysis of Religious Mass Gathering Human Stampede Reports Michael Molloy
1016-1027
Prediction Modelling Studies for Medical Usage Rates in Mass Gatherings: a Systematic Review Philippe Vandekerckhove
Mezzanine Room 9
Trauma
0900 - 0903
Session Introduction
0904-0915
Tourniquet Use in the Military Simon Horne
0916-0927
Efficacy of Novel Commercial Tourniquet Systems in Extremity Hemorrhage Control – An Ultrasound and Generated Force Study. Matthew Sztajnkrycer
0928-0939
Hemorrhage-Control Tourniquets: How Intuitive Are They? Brian Fink
0940-0951
Efficacy of Video-Based Instructions for Laypeople Bleeding Control Education Carl-Oscar Jonson
0952-1003
Remote Highschool HEmorrhage CONtrol (RHHECON), Methods of a Randomized Control Trial Elzerie De Jager
1004-1015
Tourniquet Use in the Australian Environment Brydie Edwards
1016-1027
Panel Discussion: The Role of Stop the Bleed in Other Countries?
Morning Tea 1030 - 1100
Closing Ceremony 1100 - 1230
Plaza Room 1
1100-1105
Opening Chairs: Gerry FitzGerald, Greg Ciottone
1106-1130
Legacy Statements
1131-1145
Congress Awards
1146-1200
WADEM Awards
1201-1215
Handover to Tokyo
1216-1225
Congress Slide Show and Final Thanks
1226-1230
Close

* Every endeavour has been made to produce a final program. This program is accurate as of 30 April 2019.