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

Program - Tuesday 7 May

Tuesday 7 May Wednesday 8 May Thursday 9 May Friday 10 May
Opening Ceremony 0830 - 1030
Plaza Terrace Room
Chair: Gerry Fitzgerald
0830-0844
Welcome to Country
0845-0849
Welcome and Introduction Gerry FitzGerald
0850-0859
Platinum Sponsor Welcome Queensland Health
0900-0909
Presidents Address Tony Redmond
0910-0919
WHO Welcome
0920-0924
Introduction to 'Skip' Burkle Oration
0925-0954
Skip Burkle Oration Joanne Lui
0955-1024
WHO Panel Moderator: Ian Norton
Panel: Michel Yao; Heather Papowitz; Basil Leodoro; Virginia Murray, Alistair Humphrey.
1025-1030
Closing
Morning Tea1030 - 1100
Session 11100 - 1230
Plaza Terrace Room
Plenary Future Risks
1100 - 1103
Session Introduction
1104-1124
Understanding Our Risks Robert Glasser
1125-1145
Managing Disaster Related Health Risk and the Sendai Framework – Is it Enough? Mark Keim
1146-1206
The Future of Terrorism Greg Ciottone
1207-1227
Catastrophic Planning Rob Cameron
Plaza Room 4
French Language Stream (English Slides) Mass Casualties Management
1100 - 1103
Session Introduction
1104-1130
Key Principles of Management Maud Michaloux
1131-1200
Operational Conflicts Between "Obviousness" and "Relevance" Benoit Vivien
1201-1230
Compelling Coordination Between Medical Care, Rescue and Security Teams Amandine Abriat
1231-1300
The IN-PREP Project for European Cooperation During Disaster: From Preparedness to Deployment Benoit Vivien and Maud Michaloux
Plaza Room 5
North American Chapter
1100 - 1103
Session Introduction
1104-1127
The Second Victim - Responders as Patients Paul Barach
1128-1151
Incomplete Disaster: Why the Disaster Gap Requires Our Attention Christina Hernon
1152-1203
Disaster Psychosocial Hospital Responder Team Jeanne LeBlanc
1204-1215
Advancing Performance Measurement for Public Health Emergency Preparedness: An Integrated Knowledge Translation Approach Yasmin Khan
1216-1227
Effect of Tornado Outbreaks on Morbidity and Mortality in Texas Heather A. Swienton
Mezzanine Room 9
Workshop on Evaluation
1100-1105
Session Introduction
1106-1120
Background: The Evidence for Improved Evaluation Standards Joe Cuthbertson
1121-1135
Evolving Evaluation Methods and the WADEM Frameworks Frank Archer and Diana Wong
1136-1150
Evidence Aid's Research Evidence in the Humanitarian Sector - A Practice Guide Anneli Eriksson
1151-1230
Discussion: What are the Barriers and Enablers to Evaluations in this Sector?
Lunch 1230 - 1330
Session 2 1330 - 1500
Plaza Terrace Room
Climate Change
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Climate Change and Health Robert Glasser
1358-1421
The Pacific Impact of Climate Change Colin Tukuitonga
1422-1433
Health Sector Adaptation Planning and Climate Change Policy Sophie Dwyer
1434-1445
Rising Sea Level and the Growing Threat of Hazardous Material Releases: A Pilot Project in Coastal Virginia S.M. Becker
1446-1457
Panel: Think Globally But Act Locally
Plaza Room 1
Animals in Emergency Management
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Animals in Emergency Management Mel Taylor
1358-1421
Crocodiles, Sharks, Snakes and Drop Bears: A Guide to Australia's "Real" Natural Hazards Bill Nimmo
1422-1433
Animals in Response - A USAR Perspective Graeme Hall
1434 - 1445
Flying fox fatalities - the human interface John Piispanen
1446 - 1457
Panel Discussion: Animals as Support Roles and Implications for Disaster Management
Plaza Room 2
Humanitarian
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Maggot Therapy for the Treatment of Wounds in Compromised Healthcare Settings Frank Stadler
1358-1421
Foreign Policy and Public Health Emergencies Nick Coatsworth
1422-1433
TEAMS - Training for Emergency Medical Teams. An Innovative Operational Training Package Focused on Teamwork and Simulation Exercises to Assist Any Emergency Medical Team in Preparing for Deployment. Luca Ragazzoni
1434 - 1445
The Use of Evidence in Humanitarian Response Decision Making Anelli Eriksson
1446 - 1457
Panel Discussion: Integrating Innovation, Policy, Training and Evidence - The Future of Humanitarian Aid?
Plaza Room 3
Aeromedical Retrieval
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Towards 250,000: Lessons From the Development of a Statewide Retrieval System Mark Elcock
1358-1421
Integrated Systems and Telehealth in Support of Critical Aeromedical Transfers Neil Widdicombe, Brett Hoggard and Daniel Best
1422-1445
Mass Aeromedical Evacuation Andrew Pearce and Emmeline Finn
1446-1457
International Retrievals and Disasters Emily Ragus
Plaza Room 4
Counter Terrorism
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Concepts of Counter Terrorism Medicine Gregory Ciottone
1358-1409
Counter Terrorism Consideration in Mass Gathering Planning Michael Molloy
1410-1421
The EMS and Fire department approach in CTM Brad Newbury
1422-1433
Chemical Warfare Agent Terrorist Attacks in Latin America and the Caribbean region (CWA-LAC) Killiam A Argote
1434-1445
A National Model for Tactical Emergency Medical Support in Finland. Juhana Hallikainen
1446-1457
Youth Participation in Post-Terrorist Attack Recovery: A Case Study in Southern Philippines Maria Cecilia Ferolin
Plaza Room 5
Nursing
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1357
Updating the ICN Core Disaster Competencies - the Disaster Nursing Revision Project Alison Hutton
1358-1421
Culturally Competent Nursing Care Under Disasters: A Multisite Qualitative Study Nahoko Harada
1422-1433
Nursing disaster competencies post-earthquake Sulekha Shrestha
1434-1445
Mapping the Disaster Competency Landscape in Undergraduate Nursing: A Case Study of Nursing Educators in British Columbia, Canada Wendy Mckenzie
1446-1457
Disaster Nursing: Trends in the professional literature Odeya Cohen
Mezzanine Room 9
Technology Free Papers
1330 - 1333
Session Introduction
1334-1345
Red Cross & Red Crescent Health Information System (RCHIS): Functional Design and Usability TestingPprotocol Ms Laura Archer
1346-1357
Hospital IT Considerations for No Notice Disasters Charles Little
1358-1409
A Backup System for Clinical Information After Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Masaharu Nakayama
1410-1421
Tracking of Patients in anEearthquake Response: The Bad, the Better, and the Best Paula Grainger
1422-1433
Use of a Novel Electronic Patient Care Record System at Mass Gathering Events by St John Ambulance Victoria Crystal Gao
1434-1445
Prehospital Advanced Resuscitation with Video Direct Medical Control Using Mobile Smart Device Soon-Joo Wang
1446-1457
Stroke Prehospital Informed Decision-making using EEG Recordings (SPIDER) Wayne Loudon
Afternoon Tea 1500 - 1530
Session 3 1530 - 1700
Plaza Terrace Room
Humanitarian Security
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1557
Invited Speaker
1558-1621
Tales from the field: "You can't make this stuff up!" Sarah Draugelis
1622-1633
UK medical support to an integrated UN mission in South Sudan Simon Horne
1634-1645
As Bad as a Bomb Scene, Maybe Worse... Christina Hernon
1646-1657
CIDM/ICDM: A Consensus Standards and Individual Disaster Medicine Certification Initiative Donald A. Donahue & Jan-Cedric Hansen
Plaza Room 1
Psychosocial
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1557 Gill Hicks
1558-1621
Title TBC Etuini Ma'u
1622-1633
Exploring the Experience of Vicarious Trauma Among Qualitative Researchers Who Study Survivors of Disaster Erin Smith
1634-1645
Towards Practical Guidelines for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support after Emergencies in the Western Pacific Region Hans Te Brake
1646-1657
Tragedy Meets GME: The Impact of the 1 October Mass Casualty Incident on Academic Attending and Resident Physicians Suzanne Roozendaal
Plaza Room 2
Industrial and Occupational Health & Safety
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1545
Rural Living: Avoiding Disasters and Making it the Good Life Kelvin Wooller
1558-1609
Impact of Road Safety Laws in Colombia on Road Traffic Collision Fatalities and Injuries Killiam A. Argote
1610-1621
Unsuccessful, Unwanted and Unwarranted Resuscitation: Exploring Ambulance Personnel Preparation and Support for Death in the Field Natalie Anderson
1622-1633
What About Us? Addressing the Needs of First Responders in Behavioural Health Disaster Planning in Chicago Charles Hebert
1634-1645
Towards a Taxonomy of Workplace 'Pressure' in Complex, Volatile and Emergency Situations Alicia Zavala Calahorrano
1646-1657
Coping with On-Call Work - Current Knowledge to Support Women in the Emergency Services Sarah M Jay
Plaza Room 3
Public & Environmental Health
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1557
Emerging Public Health Challenges Heather Papowitz
1558-1609
From Science to Policy and Practice: A Critical Assessment of Knowledge Management Before, During, and After Environmental Public Health Disasters Mélissa Généreux
1610-1621
Outbreak of Toxoplasmosis in the City of Santa Maria, Brazil Silvana Dal Ponte
1622-1633
Pseudo Epidemic of Diarrhea Incidence: A Month Post Tsunami in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Agus Handito
1634-1645
Public Information, Education and Communication (IEC) of Health: Active Participation of Health Practitioners in Urban Radio in a Low Resource Setting Joseph Bonney
1646-1657
Averting 'Albo-geddon': Challenges to Metro South Health Emergency Response to Invasive Mosquito Detections in a Complex Stakeholder Environment Kari Jarvinen
Plaza Room 4
Aged Care and Disability
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1557
Planning Considerations for Persons with Access and Functional Needs in a Disaster Sharon Mace and Constance Doyle
1358-1621
Maggot Therapy for the Elderly, End-of-Life, and Disabled Patients in Disasters and Other Compromised Healthcare Settings. Frank Stadler
1622-1633
Mortality in Nursing Home Evacuations in the United States from 1995-2017 Sharon Mace
1634-1645
Development of an Evacuation Exercise for Residential Aged Care Facilities Using the Emergo Train System (ETS) Karl Cronan
1646-1657
Dallas Mega Shelter Onsite Medical Operations Supporting Evacuee Functional Independence and Family Unit Integrity During Response to Hurricane Harvey Raymond E. Swienton
Plaza Room 5
Emergency Radiology
1530 - 1533
Session Introduction
1534-1557
The Future of Emergency Radiology Ferco Berger
1558-1621
Advanced Visualization in Radiology: 3D Cinematic Rendering in Trauma Sadia Raheez Qamar
1622-1633
Dual-Energy CT: Changing the Future of Emergency Radiology Nicolas Murray
1634-1645
Point of Care Transcranial Ultrasonography to Detect Midline Shift in Neuroemergencies in the Emergency Department Gayatri Madhavan
1646-1657
Panel Discussion: The Future of Emergency Radiology
Mezzanine Room 9
Education and Training Free Papers
1530 - 1533 Session Introduction
1534-1545
Disaster Medicine for India & Nepal – A Model for Developing Countries Peter Patel
1546-1557
Training Emergency Department Charge Nurses Through Tabletop Exercises Beth Weeks
1558-1609
Seven First Minutes- Community Emergency Response Training Eli Jaffe
1610-1621
Patient Healthcare Following a Disaster: Guidelines for Family Doctors Penelope Burns
1622-1633
The Effect of Moulage on Immersion, Realism and Learning in a Traffic Accident Training Scenario for Police, Rescue Service and Ambulance Students Carl-Oscar Jonson
1634-1645
Use of Moulage in Multi-Disciplinary Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) Training: Cost-Effective Tool or an Expectation? Sasha Rihter
1646-1657
Surprise Mass Casualty Incident Simulation: Does it Improve Knowledge or is it Just a Bit of Fun? Karen Hammad
Tuesday Closing 1700 - 1730
Plaza Terrace Room
Special Guest Lecture
The Christchurch Terrorist Attack: A Community Perspective Lianne Dalziel
Poster Viewing 1730 - 1830
Aussie BBQ 6:30pm - 10:00pm

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