- Created: Monday, 23 January 2017 14:15
- Written by Dilan Kodituwakku
Joel Symons, Paul Myles, Rishi Mehra and Christine Ball
Recommended text for Master in Medicine (3896) course in Monash University
Available online and Monash bookstore
The goal of this three day summit is to have a dialogue and enable physicians, advanced practice providers and nurses who are actively engaged in the medical care of the surgical patient to incorporate new findings from clinical research and recommendations from evidence-based guidelines into their practices. We believe our agenda and topics are focused on helping attendees enhance the quality, safety and outcomes of the surgical patient at their institutions.
⇒ Abstracts & Poster Sessions
⇒ Nationally Renowned Speakers
⇒ Debates in Perioperative Medicine
⇒ Rapid Fire: Ten-Minute Consults
⇒ Two Pre-Course Offerings
For the third year, the Departments of Anesthesiology of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, Peter Maccallum Cancer Center Melbourne, Australia, The Royal Marsden London and VUmc and VUmc Cancer Center, Amsterdam, are organising a three-day global meeting with an eclectic programme of lectures, workshops and social events in Amsterdam.
Clinical training tends to be inherently siloed, and so different specialities are not always used to interacting and working closely to each other. This review from HBR outlines some of the challenges ahead for perioperative medicine, and examines change management.
Preoperative anaemia is associated with worsened outcomes for many surgical specialities. This review article examines the different modalities for correction of anaemia.