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Pre-forum workshops

Workshops

Details: Date: Monday – Tuesday, 22 – 23 April 2019
Time: 1245 – 1800 (22 April 2019)
              0800 – 1800 (23 April 2019)

Target audience:Consultants practicing Intensive Care, Senior trainees in SICU/ MICU, Intensive Care, RCCM

Jointly developed by the BASIC collaboration (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM), this international course has been conducted at multiple locations in a similar format to the original BASIC ICU course. This is a pre-conference workshop of the SG-ANZICS conference 2019.

This 2 day course has several components; including a pre and post course MCQ test, comprehensive structured lectures, demonstrations, small group discussions and practical skill stations and hands on interaction with dialysis machines at several skill station.

Synopsis: Participants can expect to complete the course with a thorough knowledge of conditions causing AKI, strategies for prevention and detection, supportive and disease specific therapies and renal replacement strategies and troubleshooting. They will be able to then deploy this knowledge in general, acute care and critical care areas.
Learning Objectives:
  • Applied renal physiology
  • Epidemiology of acute kidney injury
  • Acute kidney injury: causes, pathophysiology and management
  • Acute kidney injury and sepsis
  • Rhabdomyolysis
  • AKI and abdominal compartment syndrome
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Continuous renal replacement therapy
  • Intermittent haemodialysis and SLEDD
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • Drug dosing in renal failure
Schedule:

Day 1 – 22 April 2019

1245 – 1300Registration
1300 – 1315Welcome
1315 - 1345AKI – Definition & epidemiology
1345 - 1415AKI
1415 - 1445CRRT
1445 – 1515CRRT Troubleshooting
1515 – 1600Tea Break
1600 – 1800 Three Skill stations – (45 mins/station)
  AKI
  Prescribing CRRT
  Trouble Shooting CRRT

Day 2 – 23 April 2019

0830 – 0900Chronic kidney disease
0900 – 0930IHD and Hybrid techniques
0930 – 1000Peritoneal dialysis
1000 – 1030Morning Tea Break
1030 – 1100Rhabdomyolysis
1100 – 1130Abdominal compartment syndrome
1130 – 1200Drug dosing in renal failure
1200 – 1300Lunch
1300 – 1700 Five Skill Stations – (45mins/station with a tea break)
Intermittent hemodialysis
Peritoneal dialysis
Vascular Access
Drug Dosing
Chronic Kidney disease
1700 – 1715Wrap-up
1715 – 1815Post-course MCQ test
Faculty: Overseas faculty
  • Dr Gordon Choi / Dr Ross Freebairn (to be confirmed)
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, JurongHealth Campus
  • Dr Tan Chee Keat
  • Dr Shekhar Dhanvijay
  • Dr Lee Eng Kiang
  • Dr Monika Gulati
  • Dr Faheem Khan
  • Dr Amit Kansal
Tan Tock Seng Hospital
  • Dr Lai Poi Leng
  • Dr Shirley Goh
Targeted Participant No.: 24
Price per participant:
(before GST)
Early Bird: S$400 before GST (until 28 February 2019)
Regular: S$500 before GST (From 1st March 2019 onwards)
Details: Date: Wednesday – Thursday, 17 – 18 April 2019

Time: 0800 – 1730 hrs
Venue: Simulation Training Centre (STC), Level 2, Women’s Tower, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

The curriculum is presented as a 2-day series of integrated lectures and didactic in-person skill stations that provides knowledge, guidance for decision making, and limited practice in some clinical procedures.
Synopsis: The PFCCS course is an in-depth and comprehensive programme aimed at improving paediatric care. Using the same hands-on, high-quality approach as Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS), this programme focuses intensely on the paediatric population. PFCCS accomplishes these goals by providing a balance of didactic lectures and hands-on skill stations while building on the participant’s basic paediatric knowledge. Those who have completed Basic Life Support (BCLS) and Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) or their equivalents will benefit from PFCCS, because much of the material covers the transition from initial patient resuscitation to arrival in the intensive care unit. Some of the unique features of the course include interactive case scenario-based lectures and skill stations specific to critically ill or injured children.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Prioritise assessment needs for the critically ill or injured infant and child
  2. Select appropriate diagnostic tests
  3. Identify and respond to significant changes in the unstable paediatric patient
  4. Recognise and initiate management of acute life-threatening conditions
  5. Determine the need for expert consultant and/or patient transfer and prepare the practitioner for completing optimal transfer
Schedule: Day 1 : 17 April 2019, from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Day 2 : 18 April 2019, from 8:00am to 5:30pm
Faculty: Director – A/Prof Loh Tsee Foong
Instructors – Dr Anuradha P Menon, Dr Mervin Loi, Dr Diana Lin
Targeted Participant No.: 24
Price per participant:
(before GST)
SGD850 for local participants
SGD1,100 for overseas participants

Affiliated Workshops

Registration: Click here to register.
Details: https://www.ttsh.com.sg/ENLS/
Date: Tuesday – Wednesday, 23rd -24th April 2019
Time: 08:00 – 17:30
Venue: Ng Teng Fong Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

The registration can only be confirmed upon payment.
Synopsis: Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS) aims to improve patient care and outcomes during the critical first hours following neurological emergencies. ENLS promotes a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach using a consistent set of protocols, practical checklists, decision points, and suggested communication to use during patient management. This course covers 14 protocols developed by Neurocritical Care Society.

The Neurosimulation Workshop complements and goes beyond the ENLS curriculum, employing small group High-Fidelity Simulations, Case Discussions and Interactive Hands-On stations at our Simulation lab (SIMTAC).
Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand the specific clinical needs of patients in the early phases of neurological and neurosurgical emergencies
  2. Meet these needs by standardising the management using ENLS protocols
  3. Use of checklists to address important clinical points
  4. Use of checklists to improve handovers
  5. General Critical Care (e.g. airway and ventilation, pharmacotherapy)
Programme: Day 1: Lectures @ Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), Level 6, Harvard Room
Day 1 10am-5:30pm: Hands-on stations at Simulation lab (SIMTAC)
Day 2: Lectures @ CHI, Level 6, Harvard Room
Faculty: Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
Dr Jensen NG Jiansheng, Consultant, AICPM
Dr Jonathan TAN, Senior Consultant, AICPM
Dr WONG Yu-Lin, Senior Consultant, AICPM
Dr CHONG Chin Ted, Senior Consultant, AICPM
Dr Jasmine YANG Yunrui, Consultant, AICPM

National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore
Dr TU Tian Ming, Consultant, Neurology

Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
Dr June GOH, Senior Consultant and Head of Neuroanaesthesia

National University Hospital, Singapore
Dr Lim Tian Jin, Senior Consultant, Anaesthesia and Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Toronto, Canada
Dr Victoria McCREDIE
Dr Jeffery SINGH

California, USA
A/Professor Dr Gene Yong SUNG
Targeted Participant No.: 48
Registration fee
(before 7% GST)
SGD 500 for non-specialist
SGD 700 for specialist