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Tuesday 16 October 2018

0700 – 1900

Registration

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

0700 – 1100

Exhibitor Bump In

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Allied Health Forum – Towards a Scarless World – May the Force be with you!!

Meeting Room B1

Nursing Forum

Meeting Room B2

Scientific Forum

Meeting Room B3

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0900 – 0930 Using the force to manage scars from the outside in – Part 1

Developments in Physical Scar interventions including – Massage, Shockwave therapy, Microneedling, taping and exercise

Peter Moortgat , Belgium

 

0900 – 0910

Welcome

Natalia Adanichkin, South Australia

 

0855 – 0900

Welcome and introductions 

Associate Professor Leila Cuttle, Queensland & Alison Evans, NSW

Skin repair, regeneration and tissue engineering: Scientific showcase
0930 – 1000 Using the force to manage scars from the outside in – Part 2       

Developments in Physical scar interventions including – Pressure therapy, silicone and inserts

Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong

0910 – 0940

Educating external hospital, effect the Burns Game has had

Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom

0900 – 0920

Intelligently Engineered Skin

Dr Vaughan Feisst,
New Zealand

1000 – 1030 Using the force to manage scars from the inside out

Psychosocial management to optimise quality of life

Martha Druery, Queensland

 

 

0940 – 0950

BQIP Update

Dr Lincoln Tracey, Victoria

0920 – 0940

Adelaide’s Skin Laboratory’s Clinical Service and Progress towards Abolishing the Need for Skin Grafts

Dr Bronwyn Dearman, Victoria

0950 – 1000

The role of a NP in a Burns Unit

Madeleine Jacques, New South Wales

0940 – 1000

Novel Skin Substitutes: The Alfred Approach

Dr Shiva Akbarzadeh,
Victoria

1000 – 1010 Discussion- should accredited burns unit have a NP as part of the nursing staff 1000 – 1015

Burn Injury and Repair: New Methods, Models and Markers

Associate Professor Leila Cuttle, Queensland 

1010 – 1020

Smart devices, images and privacy

Siobhan Connolly, New South Wales

1015 – 1030

Understanding Fibroblast Phenotype to Promote Tissue Regeneration

Associate Professor Mark Fear, New Zealand

1020 – 1030 Caring for burns in a non tertiary burns centre 1030 – 1045 Q & A
1030 – 1100

Morning Tea

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

1100 – 1145

 

Case Study – Using the Force

Peter Moortgat, Belgium, Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong & Martha Druery, Queensland

1100 – 1110

 

Anaesthetic Block for donor sites

Cienwen Town, Queensland

The future of burn science and research: group discussion and priority setting
1100 – 1200

What key questions / priorities should we be addressing?

How can we accelerate progress through scientific and clinical collaboration?

1145 – 1200

Feedback from ANZBA Burn Rehabilitation Course

Angela Thynne, Queensland

1110 – 1120

Procedural Pain management

Di Crellin, Victoria

1200 – 1230

What could collaboration look like?

Priority setting: towards a shared agenda in burn science and research

1200 – 1230

ANZBA Allied Health Business Meeting                     

Andrea Mc Kittrick, Queensland

 

 

 

1120 – 1150

Skin bank- retrieval, donation, uses

Candice Leighton

 1230 Forum summary and close
1150 – 1210

Self care for nurses

Antonia Solomon & Lynne Heyes

1210 – 1220

Partnerships in Burns care and research

Dr Bronwyn Griffin, Queensland

1220 – 1230 Wrap Up
1230 – 1330

2018 ANZBA Annual Scientific Meeting Arrival Lunch & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

JBI, ERG Meeting
Arbour Room 1, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

2018 ANZBA Annual Scientific Meeting Opening Session

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Rosslyn Walker & Dr Carl Lisec
Timekeeper – Dr Bronwyn Griffin
1330 – 1335

Welcome 

Professor Roy Kimble and Dr Jason Miller, Queensland
2018 ANZBA ASM Co-Convenors

1335 – 1350

Acknowledgment of Country

Greggory Ross, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hospital Liaison & Health Workers Services,  Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital , Queensland

1350 – 1405

Official ASM opening

The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO

1405 – 1425

Murray Clarke Oration

Wing Commander, Acting Director of Trauma, Dr Michael Rudd, Department of Health, Queensland

1425 – 1435 The Eye – A Sanctuary from Thermal Injury
The J. Fred Leditschke Tribute PaperProfessor John Pearn AO RFD, Paediatrician, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Queensland
1435 – 1450

Platinum Sponsor Presentation

Smith & Nephew

1450 – 1500 Discussion
1500 – 1530

Afternoon Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Innovation in scar assessment and treatment           

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Romi Das Gupta & Dr Suzanne Rae
Timekeeper – Dr Megan Simons
1530 – 1550

Advances in the assessment of burn scars

Dr Zephanie Tyack, Queensland

1550 – 1600

The Brisbane Burn Scar Impact Profile (caregiver version for children older than 8 years) is reliable and valid for measuring health-related quality of life in children with burn scars

Dr Megan Simons, Queensland

1600 – 1610

Differentiating elasticity from pliability, and its importance in Hypertrophic Scar Assessment

Walei Zhang, Hong Kong

1610 – 1620

Development of mechanism-based Lysyl oxidase inhibitors to reduce skin fibrosis and scarring

Dr Andrew Stevenson, Western Australia

1620 – 1630

Sensory descriptors used by people with burn scarring

Naomi Davis, Queensland

1630 – 1700

Debate – There is little place for a Doctor in a burns clinic

Adjudicators: Richard Wong She, New Zealand & Craig Mcbride, Queensland

Panel For:

  • Dr Kelvin Choo, Queensland
  • Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom
  • Anne Darton, New South Wales

Panel Against:

  • Professor Peter Maitz, New South Wales
  • Dr Suzanne Rae, Western Australia
  • Rebecca Schrale, Tasmania
1700 – 1900

2018 ANZBA Annual Scientific Meeting Welcome Reception

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Wednesday 17 October 2018

0700 – 1700

Registration

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Breakfast Session

Meeting Rooms P6 & P7, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

0700 – 0800

Breakfast Session hosted by Mölnlycke

Dressing a partial thickness burn post assessment with a focus on difficult to dress areas: A practical hands on workshop and knowledge sharing opportunity for all delegates.

Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Scar remodelling                                                 

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Associate Professor John Harvey & Dr Zephanie Tyack
Timekeeper – Anita Plaza
0815 – 0835

Emerging therapies, mechano transduction

Mr Peter Moortgat, Belgium

0835 – 0855

Microneedling

Associate Professor Dr Matthias Aust, Germany

0855 – 0915

Fractional Laser

Dr Andrea Issler-Fisher, Queensland

0915 – 0925 Discussion
0925 – 0935

Prioritizing target genes from large clinical datasets using Watson Drug Discovery (WDD)

Dr Andrew Stevenson, Western Australia

0935 – 0945

Advancement in 3D printing technology in the management of facial hypertrophic scar

Dr Walei Zhang, China

0945 – 0955

Randomized double-blind control trial to study the efficacy of topical herbal product – Curcuma Xanthorrhiza (Temulawak) in the treatment of Hyperpigmented Scar

Dr Ahmad Ibrahim Zaidi, Malaysia

1005 – 1030

Debate- Small to medium sized, deep dermal partial thickness burns no longer need to be grafted

Adjudicators: Professor Roy Kimble, Queensland & Dr Andrea Issler-Fisher, Queensland

Panel For:

  • Professor Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom
  • Dr Suzanne Rea, Western Australia
  • Associate Professor Warwick Teague, Victoria

Panel Against:

  • Associate Professor John Harvey, New South Wales
  • Mr Richard Wong-She, New Zealand
  • Professor Peter Maitz, New South Wales
1030 – 1100

Morning Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Surgical Intervention and Burn Outcomes         

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Kelvin Choo & Mr Richard Wong-She
Timekeeper – Kristen Storey
1100 – 1110 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

A review of The National Burn Centre: the first 10 years

Dr Nicholas Solanki, New Zeland

50 years Burns Service at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, South Australia

Dr Hsu Phie Chong, South Australia

Reducing waste: The STAR project (Streamlining Theatre equipment And Resources)

Dr Kiran Narula, Western Australia

High serum levels of silver in a paediatric burns patient managed with silver dressings does not equate to a clinical disaster

Dr Ingrid Salna, South Australia

1110 – 1120

The first cut is not the deepest: variability in split-thickness skin grafts harvested using a powered calibrated dermatome

Dr Craig McBride, Queensland

1120 – 1130

Influence of bacterial colonisation of the burn wound on successful graft take in minor burns

Dr Dharshini Selvarajah, New South Wales

1130 – 1140

Retrospective audit of burn injuries to lower limbs that require skin grafting in a paediatric population

Crystle Gambetta, Queensland

1140 – 1150 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Retrospective audit of analgesia for 1ST SSG Surgery in the Victorian adult burns service The Alfred Hospital 2014-2017

Dr Kerry McLaughlin, Victoria

Preventing web space contractures in hand burns

Dr Dinuksha De Silva, New South Wales

Setting up evidence-based cost-effective and clinically efficacious wound care service in a tertiary hospital in New Zealand: lessons learned

Eric Tan, New Zealand

Autologous skin cell suspensions and Partial thickness Paediatric burns: The BRACS Trial Protocol

Dr Anjana Bairagi, Queensland 

Study of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy as an Adjunctive Treatment for Acute Burns in Children (SONATA in C): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Cody Frear, Queensland

1150 – 1200

Biobrane versus Acticoat: A Retrospective 2-year review of the treatment of mid-dermal burns of the torso in children at The Children’s Hospital Westmead

Dr Dharshini Selvarajah, New South Wales

1200 – 1210

The Enemy You Can’t See: What is the effect of minor burn injuries on return to physical activity at 3 and 12 months post injury?

Stephanie Wicks, New South Wales

1210 – 1220

Seaweed, sheep’s wool and spider webs: randomised controlled trial of split-thickness skin graft donor site dressings in children’s burn

Dr Craig McBride, Queensland

1220 – 1235 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Predictors of outcomes in patients with facial burns: A retrospective chart review

Dr Isobel Yeap, New South Wales

Current burn scar management practices for the face and neck

Michael Serghio, United States of America

Time for a change in paradigm in clinical wound care: a review of literature and role of acetic acid dressing

Eric Tan, New Zealand

Donor site dressings: how much do they affect pain?

Dr Megan Grigg, Queensland

‘Kenacomb Ointment’ for hypergranulation tissue in burns: a review of efficacy and adverse effects

Dr Nicholas Tang, Victoria

Reconstruction of the soft tissue defect due to electrical burn with Sensate Anterolateral Thigh Perforator Flap

Dr Jinsoo Lim, South Korea

1235 – 1325

Lunch & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

BRANZ Steering Committee Meeting
Arbour Room 1, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Non-operative Scar Treatment    

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Mr Peter Moortgat & Angela Thynne
Timekeeper – Amber Jones
1325 – 1345

Smart scar pad

Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong

1345 – 1355

Effectiveness of topical silicone gel and pressure garment therapy for burn scar prevention and management in children: a randomised controlled trial

Jodi Wiseman, Queensland

1355 – 1405

Scar Management: Academic-clinician collaborations in identifying and mapping evidence

Dr Matthew Stephenson, South Australia

1405 – 1415

Interim Pressure Garment Therapy: An investigation into the use of low level pressure therapy for burns donor site support and scar reduction

Michelle Donovan, Queensland

1415 – 1425

The experiences of wearing compression garments post burn injury

Nicole Coghlan, Queensland

1425 – 1435

The effectiveness of adherence interventions in patients with burns: A systematic review

Jessica Killey, Queensland

1435 – 1445

Post-burn healing: quantifying optimal compression therapy

Rosemary Kendall, Western Australia

1445 – 1455

A mixed method design to examine the use of padding inserts in pressure garments for burns scar management

Kate Sands, Queensland

1455 – 1525

Afternoon Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Critical Care       

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Associate Professor Jenny Paratz & Dr John Gowardman
Timekeeper – Alison Hill
1525 – 1535

Retrospective review of airway involvement in SJS/ TENS

Dr Harmeet Bhullar, Victoria

1535 – 1545

Physiological characteristics and recovery pattern of dysphagia and dysphonia following inhalation injury: a 10 year review

Dr Nicola Clayton, Queensland

1545 – 1555

Systemic fungal infections in burns patients

Dr Lucy Aitchison, New South Wales

1555 – 1605

Effect of low-protein diet on cutaneous wound healing and metabolism in a mouse model

Dr Jonathan Hew, New South Wales

1605 – 1615

Long-term follow-up of the patients with massive burn injury receiving escharectomy and skin grafting during shock stage

Dr Zhengjun Cui, China

1615 – 1625

Ventilator associated Pneumonia in burns patients

Dr Jithesh Appukutty, United Kingdom

1625 – 1640 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Inpatient burns positioning chart review

Nicole Alexander, Victoria

The use of Tranexamic Acid to reduce blood Loss in Paediatric Burns: Our Institute’s Experience

Dr Steven Cook, South Australia

Survivability in major Paediatric Burn Injuries: A single centre experience

Dr Hsu Phie Chong, South Australia

Use of bacteriophages in the treatment of extensively drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa septicemia in a patient with acute kidney injury – a case report

Dr Serge Jennes, Belgium

Pressure injury risks with head and neck positioning for severe burn injury patients in the intensive care setting

Akane Katsu, New South Wales

The cost of Self Immolation – 20 years of data from RBWH

Mikaela Seymour, Queensland

1640 – 1740

ANZBA AGM – All Members Welcome

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

1740 – 1910 (the workshop will commence at the conclusion of the AGM)

ANZBA Second Skin Workshop 2018

Arbour room 1, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Second Skin team are pleased to present a collaborative workshop for burns/trauma therapists with a focus on:

Complex problem solving with compression garments for burns and trauma

  • necrotising fasciitis
  • neuropathic pain
  • wound, scar and postural management

Dynamic Splinting in compression garments

  • options
  • guidelines
  • indications and contraindications

Registration opening soon.

Please note all registrations for the Workshop will need to be approved by Second Skin.
1800 – 1900

Tour of the Queensland State Emergency Centre

An optional guided tour of the Queensland State Emergency Centre based at Kedron is being offered to ANZBA delegates.  The tour will be hosted by Assist Commissioner Gerald Lawler.

Transport will be available for delegates who wish to attend the tour, departing from the Brisbane Convention Centre at 17:30 and returning at approximately 19:30.

Cost – $15 per delegate (registrations are limited)

1900 – 2100

NovoSorb BTM Australia Launch Hosted by PolyNovo

The Charming Squire, 3/133 Grey Street Brisbane

Case experiences from Australia and the US

  • Dr Marcus Wagstaff, Royal Adelaide Hospital
  • Dr Jason Brown, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
  • Dr Hamed Amani, Lehigh Valley Hospital

Click here for further information.

Thursday 18 October 2018

0700 – 1700

Registration

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Breakfast Session

Meeting Rooms P1 & P2, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

0700 – 0800

Breakfast Session hosted by Smith & Nephew

Refining the use of silver for burn wound management

Professor Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Military, Medical and Mechanism 

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Professor Steven Jeffery & Dr Michael Rudd
Timekeeper – Tracey Perrett
0815 – 0835

Mass casualties

Dr Serge Jennes, Belgium

0835 – 0845 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Can lime juice cause burns? A case series of paediatric phytophotodermatitis

Dr Dinuksha De Silva, New South Wales

Assessment and management of hot springs burns in New Zealand

Dr Theresa Muwanga-Magoye, New Zealand

Burns from Plaster Backslabs: Is Current Practice Safe?

Dr Tam Quinn, Victoria

Vaporisers: A danger in paediatric burns

Dr Teagan Fink, Victoria

Can’t handle the heat: Public holidays and an increased incidence of coal burns in the paediatric population

Dr Courtney Hall, Victoria

0845 – 0855

Mitigating fire casualties in cities around the world

Elise Kempler, New South Wales

0855 – 0905

Epidemiology of work-related burn injuries presenting to burn centres in Australia and New Zealand

Dr Judith McInnes, Victoria

0905 – 0915

Review of extravasation injuries in paediatric patients: Management and outcomes

Dr Michelle Chen, Queensland

0915 – 0925

Exhausted! A five year review of the characteristics and clinical outcomes of paediatric vehicle exhaust burns

Dr Bronwyn Griffin, Queensland

0925 – 0935

Cohort Series and Systematic Literature Review: Intentional Self- and Peer- Inflicted Aerosol Skin Injuries ‘Frosties’

Dr Christopher Maguire, Queensland

0935 – 0945 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Flat out dangerous: Household iron burns in children

Dr Teagan Fink, Victoria

Factors associated with home fire escape plans in New South Wales: Multinomial analysis of high risk individuals and NSW population

Kathy Tannous, New South Wales

Brothers who burn: Two paediatric case reports of para- Phenylenediamine (PPD) Sensitisation to black henna

Dr Rachael Stokes, New South Wales

Burn injuries secondary to cryolipolysis: Freezing fat, burning skin

Dr Jennifer Martins, Northern Territory

A case series of burns from Cupping Therapy

Dr Jenaleen Law, New South Wales

0945 – 1000

Case Study – Management of morbidly obese patients

Facilitators: Dr Carl Lisec, South Australia & Mr Richard Wong-She, New Zealand

Panelists:

  • Professor Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom
  • Andrea Mc Kittrick, Queensland
  • Associate Professor Jenny Paratz, Queensland
  • Rachel Edmondson, New South Wales
  • Dr Jon Vandervord, New South Wales
1000 – 1030

Morning Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Psychosocial and Family Experience     

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Alexandra de Young & Martha Druery
Timekeeper – Angela Thynne
1030 – 1040

Evaluation of the efficacy of the CARE early intervention at preventing posttraumatic stress in young injured children: Results from two randomized controlled trials conducted in Australia and Switzerland

Dr Alexandra De Young, Queensland

1040 – 1050

The trials and tribulations of peer-led burns support initiatives in Australia: are we ‘throwing the baby out with the bath water’?

Martha Druery, Queensland

1050 – 1100

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Removed): An overview of tattoo physiology, reactive Lymphadenitis, removal, and scarring

Dr Larsa Al-omaishi, Queensland

1100 – 1110

Procedural pain and parental posttraumatic stress: Consequences for young child burn wound re-epithelization

Erin Brown, Queensland

1110 – 1120 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Representations of facial scars in film

Dr Isobel Yeap, New South Wales

A brief psychosocial screening program – acceptable to both patient and clinician? Initial feedback

Kat Skinner, New Zealand

Rising to the challenge of long-term follow up research in burns: reducing attrition

Martha Druery, Queensland

Beyond burns online hub – A co design approach

Anne Darton, New South Wales

1120 – 1130

Take Six video resource for parents of young children undergoing burn dressing changes

Erin Brown, Queensland

1130 – 1140

Putting appearance on the agenda: Supporting paediatric patients with disfigurement-related psychosocial issues

Caroline Gee, Queensland

1140 – 1150

Burn Injury as a result of Interpersonal Violence in the Northern Territory Top End

Dr Lisa Murphy, Northern Territory

1150 – 1200 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

The shared value of consumer engagement

Anne Darton, New South Wales

Children and families’ experiences of adhering to scar treatments

Jessica Killey, Queensland

Patient reported experiences of their treatment and recovery at the severe burn injury unit, Royal North Shore Hospital

Julia Kwiet, New South Wales

1200 – 1300

Lunch & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Epidemiology and Service      

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Michael Peck & Professor Michael Muller
Timekeeper – Cath McMillan
1300 – 1320

WHO Global Burn Registry (GBR)—A standardized platform for burn data collection

Dr Michael Peck, United States of America

1320 – 1330 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Epidemiology of burns patients admitted to the State-wide Adults Burns Service in Queensland: A 10-year Review

Jacelle Warren, Queensland

Secure image storage: A new hope

Siobhan Connolly, New South Wales

Enhancing Clinical handover by using Burn External Referral form in a burn centre

Tze Wong, Hong Kong

The Clinicians Strike Back: ANZBA Burn Prevention Committee: who, what, why?

Siobhan Connolly, New South Wales

Fighting Axilla Burn Contracture Head On: A retrospective review of end of range Axilla Splinting in the paediatric population

Rhianydd Thomas, New South Wales

1330 – 1340

Predictors of moderate to severe itch 12 months following admission to Hospital for burn injury

Dr Lincoln Tracy, Victoria

1340 – 1350

Benchmarking burn data across the Pacific

Dr Lincoln Tracy, Victoria

1350 – 1400

The long term impact of burns on the immune system

Dr Andrew Stevenson, Western Australia

1400 – 1410

BQIP: Driving improved burn care through registry data

Dr Lincoln Tracy, Victoria

1410 – 1420

A retrospective review of two years of intensive care admissions with a primary diagnosis of burns in a quaternary burns centre

Dr Juliette Mewton, Queensland

1420 – 1430 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Immersive Virtual Reality in Occupational Therapy practice as a non-opioid analgesic during burn wound care procedures

Amber Jones, Queensland

The cause of death among patients with burn Injuries in Burn Unit of Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital

Lara Aristya, Indonesia

1430 – 1500

Afternoon Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Indigenous and Vulnerable populations   

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Associate Professor Warwick Teague & Dr Bhavesh Patel
Timekeeper – Dr Bronwyn Griffin
1500 – 1510

Development of a new model of care for burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

Professor Rebecca Ivers, New South Wales

1510 – 1520

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with a serious burn injury – multidisciplinary teams describe what informs their care

Sarah Fraser, South Australia

1520 – 1530

Burden of burns in Australian children

Courtney Ryder, New South Wales

1530 – 1540

Australia’s first nation children’s need for culturally appropriate burn after care

Julieann Coombes, New South Wales

1540 – 1550

Exploration of the psycho-social impact of burn injuries on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families

Hayley Williams, Queensland

1550 – 1600

Understanding burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: baseline results from the Coolamon Study

Dr Kate Hunter, New South Wales

1600 – 1610 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Improving health literacy and shared decision making between clinicians and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander paediatric burn patients

Hayley Williams, Queensland

Phases of music therapy treatment in a severe paediatric burns case

Aniek Janssen, Queensland

Conservative management of burn injuries in older patients with flammacerium

Dr Shivani Aggarwala, New South Wales

1610 – 1630

Panel Discussion – Scar Intervention Case studies – what would you do?     

Facilitators: Professor Roy Kimble, Queensland & Carl Lisec, Queensland

Panelists:

  • Associate Professor Dr Matthias Aust, Germany
  • Angela Thynne, Queensland
  • Dr Andrea Issler-Fisher, Queensland
  • Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong
  • Dr Michael Peck, United States of America
1630 – 1830

The Amazing Race

Register your team at the registration desk during the meeting.  Teams will depart from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition.  The race will finish at an offsite venue, Riverbar and Kitchen.  We suggest bringing a backpack or leaving your bag at the hotel as we will not be able to access the venue at the conclusion of the race.

Friday 19 October 2018

0700 – 1700

Registration

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Breakfast Session

Meeting Rooms P3 & P4, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

0700 – 0820

Breakfast Session hosted by Smith & Nephew

Compression for burns scar management, the latest evidence, challenges in reliably measuring compression and effectiveness for scarring

Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong

Followed by: Jobskin garment overview

Rosemary Kendell, Western Australia

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Skin Substitutes/ Dermal Matrices

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Jason Miller & Professor Peter Maitz
Timekeeper – Andrea Mc Kittrick
0830 – 0850

Fish skin for the Field Hospitals

Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom

 0850 – 0855 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Initial clinical experience using Matriderm to treat a paediatric full thickness facial burn: a nursing perspective

Deborah Maze, New South Wales

The role of adipose stem cell enriched dermal templates in chronic burn scar resurfacing

Nikolaos Arkoulis, United Kingdom

0855 – 0905

A new reconstructive tool using a novel Biodegradable Polyurethane Dermal substitute: the Waikato Experience

Dr Tess Brian, New Zealand

0905 – 0915

A case series of Matriderm use in Australasia

Dr Nicholas Solanki, New Zealand

0915 – 0925

Creating a three-dimensional human skin burn model using commercially available synthetic dermal replacement matrices

Olivia McGifford, Queensland

0925 – 0935

Early therapy experience with NovoSorb™ BTM

Brad Schmitt, South Australia

0935 – 0945

Use of new, Synthetic Dermal Matrix in reconstruction of complex wounds resulting from necrotizing soft tissue infection, electrical and thermal burns

Dr Hamed Amani, United States of America

0945 – 0955 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Review of the safety of use of silver dressings for burns in children under 4 years of age

Charlotte Blau, New Zealand 

Post-discharge Analgesia in burns patients

Dr Rachel Khoo, Western Australia

Dressilk®: A series of case reports on partial thickness burns and donor site

Jozef Verbelen, Belgium

0955 – 1020

Panel Session – Escharotomy- when and where to do it, alternatives to reduce scar contractures

Facilitators: Dr Craig McBride, Queensland & Andrea Mc Kittrick, Queensland

Panelists:

  • Dr John Harvey, Queensland
  • Mr Richard Wong-She, New Zealand
  • Professor Peter Maitz, New South Wales
  • Dr Jason Miller, Queensland
  • Professor Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom
  • Associate Professor Dr Matthias Aust, Germany
1020 – 1035

‘May the answers be with you’

Professor Roy Kimble, Queensland & Professor Steven Jefffery, United Kingdom

1035 – 1100

Morning Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – First Aid and Initial management   

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Jason Brown & Dr Craig McBride
Timekeeper – Associate Professor Leila Cuttle
1100 – 1120

Challenges of burn care outside of the burns unit

Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom

1120 – 1130

3,4-Methylenedioxy-β-Nitrostyrene Ameliorates Experimental Burn Wound Progression by Inhibiting the NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation

Professor Ligen Li, Hong Kong

1130 – 1140

Chemical injury: Experience with an advanced approach

Josef Verbelen, Belgium

1140 – 1150

Effectiveness of a hydrogel dressing as an analgesic adjunct to first aid for the treatment of acute paediatric burn injuries: A prospective randomised controlled trial protocol

Maleea Holbert, Queensland

1150 – 1200

Results from a National burn prevention and first aid treatment education campaign

Associate Professor Leila Cuttle, Queensland

1200 – 1210

How bad is my child’s burn? Differences in blister fluid biochemistry to assess paediatric burn wounds

Dr Tony Parker, Queensland

1210 – 1220

Characterisation of burn Blister fluid using quantitative Proteomics to aid clinical diagnosis

Tuo Zang, Queensland

1220 – 1230 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Prevention and management of Hypothermia in burns patients in the operating room: a best practice implementation project

Svetlana Kokolnikova, South Australia

A simple method to colour balance digital photographs for remote assessment of tissue viability in acute burns

Dr David Becker, New Zealand

The viability of primary human skin fibroblasts exposed to heat: The lethal dose for 50% death is 48˚C

Elissa Henderson, Queensland

1230  -1320

Lunch & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Regional and Remote Interest Group

Arbour Room 1, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

This interest group is about creating networks and having a conversation with multidisciplinary colleagues on factors influencing burns management practice from a R&R perspective.

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – The Spectrum of Burn Care and Rehabilitation

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Dr Andrea Issler-Fisher & Dr Andrew Castley
Timekeeper – Amber Jones
1320 – 1330 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

Expanding the army in the fight against burn scars

Madeleine Jacques, New South Wales

A systematic review to investigate outcome tools currently used for patients who have sustained hand burn injuries and to map the psychometric properties of the outcome measures identified from the literature across the ICF

Andrea Mc Kittrick, Queensland

Exercise training for improving outcomes post burns: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Orlando Flores, Queensland

Burns contractures causing ingrown nails: A case series of two patients

Dr Jenaleen Law, New South Wales

Scar hyperpigmentation in pregnancy

Nicole Wong, New Zealand

1330 – 1340

Saving lives is not enough

David Wales, United Kingdom

1340 – 1350

Do emergency services and general practitioners follow current first-aid guidelines in the early management of paediatric burns?

Cody Frear, Queensland

1350 – 1400

Towards a standard model of pre-hospital burn first aid – one step forwards, two steps back

Nicholas Goodwin, Victoria

1400 – 1410

The Australian New Zealand Burn Association rehabilitation course: an overview of the development process and pilot course

Tracey Perrett, New Zealand

1410 – 1420

The use of exercise in burn rehabilitation. A worldwide survey of practice

Orlando Flores, Queensland

1420 – 1430

Best practice management of burns during pregnancy, and our experience over 20 years at a tertiary burns unit

Dr Grace Brownlee, Queensland

1430 – 1440

Burns in the extreme geriatric population

Dr Morgan Haines, New South Wales

1440 – 1450 Impact Presentations – 2 minute presentations

A review of weekend physiotherapy services for patients with burn injuries

Anita Plaza, Queensland

Chondritis in the burned ear: a narrative review

Dr Isobel Yeap, New South Wales

Burn injury in the morbidly obese: changes and challenges

Dr Kieran Robinson, New South Wales

Knowledge is power – developing an online resource of Paediatric burns specific exercises

Claire Toose, New South Wales

1450 – 1520

Afternoon Tea & Exhibition

Boulevard Foyer, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Annual Scientific Meeting Session – Debate

Boulevard Auditorium, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Session Chairs: Professor John Pearn & Amber Jones
Timekeeper – Dr Zephanie Tyack
1520 – 1540

Panel Discussion – What is the most important number to you in burns, and why?

Panelists:

  • Associate Professor Dr Matthias Aust, Germany
  • Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong
  • Professor Steven Jeffery, united Kingdom
  • Mr Peter Moortgat, Belgium
  • Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom
  • Dr John Harvey, Queensland
  • Associate Professor Warwick Teague, New South Wales
  • Professor Peter Maitz, New South Wales
  • Mr Richard Wong-She, New Zealand
  • Dr Michael Peck, United States of America
  • Martha Druery, Queensland
  • Anita Plaza, Queensland
  • Andrea Mc Kittrick, Queensland
  • Associate Professor Leila Cuttle, Queensland
  • Dr Alexandra De Young, Queensland
  • Dr Megan Simons, Queensland
  • Associate Professor Jenny Paratz, Queensland
  • Rachel Edmondson, New South Wales
  • Rebecca Schrale, Tasmania
  • Dr John Vandervord, New South Wales
1540 – 1610

Panel Discussion – What is the one thing that has changed your practice in burn care in the past year?

Panelists:

  • Associate Professor Dr Matthias Aust, Germany
  • Professor Cecilia Li, Hong Kong
  • Professor Steven Jeffery, United Kingdom
  • Mr Peter Moortgat, Belgium
  • Kristina Stiles, United Kingdom
  • Dr John Harvey, Queensland
  • Associate Professor Warwick Teague, New South Wales
  • Professor Peter Maitz, New South Wales
  • Mr Richard Wong-She, New Zealand
1610 – 1630

Closing and handover to 2019

Professor Roy Kimble, Queensland, Dr Jason Miller, Queensland and Dr Andrew Castley, Tasmania

1900 – late

2018 ANZBA ASM Dinner

Cloudland
641 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley 

Following on from the Meeting Theme, the dress up theme for the dinner is Star Wars.
Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Obi Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader…..who will you choose to be on the night!