Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU


Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU was last modified: May 23rd, 2018 by Sarah Cermak

Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU

August 17, 2018

FJ Clark Lecture Theatre, QEII Medical Centre, Verdun St Nedlands

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Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU

Friday August 17th 2018

9am to 4.30pm – registration from 8.30am

FJ Clark Lecture Theatre, QEII Medical Centre, Verdun St Nedlands, WA

Cost: $250 inc GST (includes course notes, lunch and refreshments)

Numbers strictly limited

Presented by the SCGH Intensive Care Unit Team

  • Intensivists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Nurses

Program content includes

Presentations relating to current issues impacting on the holistic care and management of patients in intensive care. We will cover topics such as recent trends in medication prescription, end of life care, organ donation, waveform analysis and the timing of tracheostomy. We will present information on medico-legal issues and the concept of choosing wisely in intensive care. An update on the clinical research in our ICU around ventilator hyperinflation will be provided as well as the trend towards under and post graduate education using simulation-based learning.

Prerequisites

It is recommended that physiotherapists attending have a reasonable level of experience in the management of critically ill patients.

For further information please contact: diane.dennis@health.wa.gov.au

Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU was last modified: May 23rd, 2018 by Sarah Cermak

Contemporary Issues for Physiotherapists working in ICU was last modified: May 23rd, 2018 by Sarah Cermak