REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA CADAVER WORKSHOP
We are very pleased to offer this workshop with a learning opportunity that has a strong practical focus. This intensive workshop will be conducted using small group sessions. Participants will be able to practice upper extremity, torso and lower extremity regional anaesthesia procedures on cadaveric specimens. This opportunity will provide an excellent format to practice needle trajectories for a large range of nerve block procedures.
Date: Tuesday, 20th September 2016
Time: 0800 – 1700
Venue: Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, University of Melbourne
Grattan St, Parkville VIC Enter Level 2
North Wing, Medical Bldg 181, Level 4
(Corner of Grattan St and Royal Parade)
Fee: $660 (including $60 GST)
This learning opportunity includes access to an online educational platform, Toolbox. Created by Anesthesiologist, Glenn Woodward from Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, USA, Toolbox will provide the didactic component, available following registration. The curriculum will be provided so that assimilation of
knowledge during the workshop will be more complete.
All Anaesthetists and Anaesthetic Trainees are invited to attend. Total number of registrants will be limited to 30. All participants of the ANZCA CPD program may claim workshop under activity Knowledge and Skills Activity, short format learning at 2 Credits per hour.
Introduction 0800 – 0815 hours
Participants will rotate through each region in small groups, for 1.5 hours during one of the session times. Groups and sessions will be allocated.
Session 1: 0815 – 0945 hours
Session 2: 0945 – 1115 hours
Morning Tea & Trade Display, Seminar room 1115 – 1130 hours
Session 3: 1130 – 1300 hours
Lunch break & Trade Display, Seminar room, 1300 -1345 hours
Session 4: 1345 – 1515 hours
Afternoon Tea & Trade Display, Seminar room, 1515 -1530 hours
Session 5: 1530 – 1700 hours End of workshop 1700 hours
Region 1 – Brachial and cervical plexus blockade
Suprascapular and axillary nerves
Region 2 – Posterior torso blocks
Region 3 – Posterior gluteal region and thigh blocks
Sciatic nerve (from origin to popliteal fossa)
Region 4 – Anterior thigh blocks
Lateral femoral cutaneous
Region 5 – Anterior torso blocks
Skills on cadavers will be limited to dry needling only in the specified regions. Live models will be available for hands on scanning. Prosections of relevant regions will be onsite to enhance learning.
To register online: https://www.trybooking.com/MJWN
Registrations close on 1st September 2016.
Only online registrations are accepted. Registration is limited and will not be accepted on the day. Attendance certificates will be issued on the day. There will be no refund after 10th September 2016.