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Trainees with an Interest in PeriOperative Medicine (TRIPOM) are delighted to announce we will be hosting an exciting  collaborative session at the EBPOM (Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine) London Annual Congress. It is set to be an exciting afternoon packed with engaging and interactive content delivered by a panel of internationally renowned perioperative experts from a variety of backgrounds; it will not only be an entertaining afternoon for all specialities, but an opportunity to learn from leaders in the field.

THE CPET OLYMPICS - GASSERS vs SLASHERS

Join us for the TRIPOM CPET Olympics! 

We'll teach you all about CPET whilst pitting surgeon against anaesthetist on exercise bikes! Who will be the fittest? Who will be first to reach anaerobic threshold? 

Join Clare Morkane (CPET Fellow at the Royal Free Hospital, London) in this entertaining and interactive session for curriculum-linked CPET teaching.

Professor Lee Fleisher

Dr Fleisher works in the US, and is a global leader in peri-operative risk assessment and reduction. He has published prolifically on a wide range of topics from health services to the influence of culture and innovation on care delivery. Dr Fleisher is the immediate Past-President of the Association of University Anaesthesiologists. 

Dr Alexandra Freeman

Alexandra Freeman is the Executive Director of the Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, a role she took up in 2016. She previously spent 16 years working for the BBC, primarily a producer and director for BBC Science. She worked on a number of popular series including "Walking with Beasts", "Trust Me I'm a Doctor" and "Climate Change by Numbers". Her work has won numerous awards, including a BAFTA and the AAAS Kavli gold award for science journalism. She will be joining TRIPOM to discuss the communication of perioperative risk - a hot topic in the current Royal College of Anaesthetists curriculum for perioperative medicine.

Dr David Shipway

Dr David Shipway is a consultant physician at Imperial College London. He has a specialist interest in perioperative medicine, assisting surgical teams to look after patients whose surgery is complicated by medical co-morbidities, age or overall frailty. His work involves helping patients make informed decisions about surgery by comprehensively assessing them before their operation, and then making surgery safer by working closely with the surgeon as a medical specialist embedded within their team. He leads the perioperative medicine service for older patients having surgery at St. Mary's hospital and will be joining us to discuss the perioperative considerations for the elderly undergoing surgery.

Dr Claire Morkane

Is a senior anaesthetic trainee in Central London, currently completing research into prehabilitation in Liver Transplant candidates.

Dr Ross Kerridge

Dr Kerridge is Director of the Perioperative Service at the John Hunter Hospital, Australia and Associate Professor at the University of Newcastle. Dr Kerridge introduced and established the ‘peri-operative system’ for elective surgery in Australia, which has been globally accepted as the model pathway for the surgical patient.

Dr Justin Nazareth

 

Justin is a Staff Specialist in Anaesthesia at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne Victoria where he is the Co-Lead for Perioperative Medicine. He is involved with perioperative medicine at a college level in Australia and New Zealand, being an executive member of the Perioperative Medicine Special Interest Group within ANZCA, and internationally being the Australasian lead for TrIPOM.

 

When?                                      Thursday 6th July 2017

Where?                                    The Institute of Education, London

How much?                             £25 for the TRIPOM afternoon

How to Book?                       http://booking.cactus-events.com/product/consultant-clinical-equivalent/

(choose TRIPOM ½ day then Thursday 14:00-18:00 in drop down menu when booking)

 

TRIPOM are also offering an exclusive 20% discount to any of the EBPOM conference days for its members.

To join TRIPOM (its free!) and take advantage of our discount code, just apply via the the ‘contact us’ tab on this website, and the code will be emailed to you.

Fancy presenting?

Abstract submission is open NOW for the EBPOM congress – a great opportunity to present a poster at an international conference and the chance to win £1000 worth of prizes! But hurry, entry deadline is Wednesday 12th April.

 

Programme – 6th July 2017

14.00-14.10

TRIPOM: An Educational Collaborative

TRIPOM Committee

14:10-14:35

Communicating Risk – A Fresh Perspective

Dr Alexandra Freeman

14:35-15:00

Risk Communication and Caring for an Aging Population

Dr David Shipway

15:00-15:30

A Case In Point – Open Discussion

Dr Lee Fleisher

 

Break

 

16:00-16:40

The CPET Olympics

Gassers vs Slashers

Dr Claire Morkane

16:40- 17:15

Innovations in Perioperative Care -  the Australian Model

Dr Ross Kerridge

17:15-17:50

Australia vs UK: TRIPOM Down Under

Dr Justin Nazareth

17:45-18:00

Closing Remarks from the TRIPOM committee

TRIPOM Committee