28-29.OCT HONG KONG

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Advances and Innovations

Advances and Innovations

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Welcome Message

Dr Hiu-fai Ho
President, Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine



Dr Ludwig CH Tsoi
President, Hong Kong Society for Emergency Medicine and Surgery



Ms Serena P Li
President, Hong Kong College of Emergency Nursing



Mr. Chun-pong Leung
President, Hong Kong Emergency Nurses Association



Dr Kin-kwan Lam
Chairman, Organizing Committee of the Scientific Symposium on Emergency Medicine 2016
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine, supported by Hong Kong Society for Emergency Medicine and Surgery, Hong Kong College of Emergency Nursing and Hong Kong Emergency Nurses Association, will organize a Scientific Symposium on Emergency Medicine (SSEM) on 28-29 October 2016 at the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Jockey Club Building, Aberdeen, Hong Kong.

This annual conference aims to provide a platform for medical experts to exchange views, share experience and gain new insights in the practice of emergency medicine. The theme of the Symposium this year is “Advances and Innovations”.

At the Symposium, we shall hear innovative approaches and recent advancements from different countries and regions, including invaluable and updated knowledge in specific areas such as resuscitation, pre-hospital medicine, transport medicine, ultrasonography, toxicology, sports medicine and clinical simulation etc. We believe that all participants will take advantages and gain a lot from the informative scientific sessions, and patients will definitely benefit from the fruitful discussions.

Last but not the least, we wish you all a wonderful and rewarding experience. Welcome again, and look forward to greeting you in person at the conference venue.
Organizer, Supporting Organizations and Organizing Committee

Organizer

Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine


Supporting Organizations

Hong Kong Society for Emergency Medicine and Surgery

Hong Kong College of Emergency Nursing

Hong Kong Emergency Nurses Association

Advisors:
Dr Hiu-fai Ho
Dr Ludwig CH Tsoi
Ms Serena P Li
Mr Chun-pong Leung
Dr Axel YC Siu
Dr Yiu-cheung Chan

Organizing Committee

Chairperson:
Dr Kin-kwan Lam

Vice-chairperson:
Dr Gordon CK Wong

Scientific Co-chairperson:
Dr Ralph KH Cheung
Dr Rex PK Lam

Finance & Fundraising Co-chairperson:
Dr Peter PY Chee
Dr Peggy WM Lee

Publication Chairperson:
Dr Larry LY Lee

Logistic Co-chairperson:
Dr Hing-man Ma
Dr Polk Wan
Dr Chi-wai Chau

IT Support Co-chairperson:
Ms Ashley YP Szeto
Dr Edward CT Lui

Members :
Dr Tung-ning Chan
Dr Wendy Cheng
Ms Vivian Wan


General information
Date and Time: 28 October 2016      09:00-18:00
  29 October 2016      08:30-13:15
Theme: Advances and Innovations
Language: English
Venue: Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Jockey Club Building,
99 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Secretariat: SSEM2016 Conference Secretariat,
  Room 808, 8/F,
Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Jockey Club Building,
99 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Tel: (852) 2871 8808
Fax: (852) 2871 8898
Email: ssem@hkamonline.hk
Academic Accreditation

Delegates will be accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME), Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points from related academic institutes.

Scientific Symposium on Emergency Medicine – Advances and Innovations

 

Per whole function

28 October 2016

29 October 2016

CME / CPD Category

Remarks
CME Points Awarded
Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists
11
7
4

Ana-

Passive

Hong Kong College of Community Medicine
6
4
College of Dental Surgeons of Hong Kong
7
4
Cat. B
Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine
6
4
PP
Hong Kong College of Family Physicians
8
5
3
Cat. 5.2

Hong Kong College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

5
1 / hr
1 / hr
Non-OG
College of Ophthalmologists of Hong Kong
5.5
3.5
2
Passive
Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons
5
3
Cat. C
Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists
5.5
3.5
2
Cat. 2.2
Hong Kong College of Paediatricians
9
6
3
Cat. A
Hong Kong College of Pathologists
3.5
2
PP
Hong Kong College of Physicians
3.5
2
Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists
10
6
4
PP/OP
Hong Kong College of Radiologists
7
4
Cat. B
College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
10
6
4
Passive
MCHK CME Programme
8
5
3
Passive

Accredited by HKAM

CNE Points Awarded
Hong Kong Emergency Nurses Association
6.5
4
CPD Points Awarded
Occupational Therapists Board
5

Speakers

Meet our professionals



Plenary 1
John Doe
Prof Lee Wallis
President, International Federation of Emergency Medicine

Topic: IFEM’s perspective in Contemporary EM practice and WHO Sustainable Development Goals

Plenary 2
John Doe
Dr Wai-mau Choi
President, Asian Society of Emergency Medicine

Topic: Experience in the Management of the Mass Casualty in Taiwan Waterpark Dust Explosion

Plenary 3
John Doe
Prof Anantharaman Venkataraman
President, College of Emergency Physicians, Academy of Medicine Singapore

Topic: Challenging Pre-hospital Emergency Care in Asia

Plenary 4
John Doe
Dr Abd Wahab Mahathar
President, Malaysian College of Emergency Medicine

Topic: PoCUS in Dengue - How Does It Change Our Practice?

Plenary 5
John Doe
Dr Taj Hassan
President, Royal College of Emergency Medicine of United Kingdom

Topic: Leadership Resilience in EM - The Magical Ingredients!

Plenary 6
John Doe
Prof Yu-guo Chen
Vice-president, Director of Chest Pain Center, Qilu Hospital of Shandong University, Jinan; President-elect of Chinese Society of Emergency Medicine

Topic: Chest Pain Center in China—Current Status and Future Prospects

A1 Resuscitation
John Doe
Dr Ludwig CH Tsoi

Senior Medical Officer, Accident & Emergency Department, Queen Mary Hospital

Topic: Evolution of Resuscitation

A1 Resuscitation
John Doe
Dr Axel YC Siu

Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, North District Hospital

Topic: Mechanical CPR Device for OHCA Cardiac Arrest

A1 Resuscitation
John Doe
Dr Edward CT Lui

Associate consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Tuen Mun Hospital

Topic: Is Hong Kong a Safe City to Live? Perspectives from Survival of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Events in the Community

A2 Pre-hospital Medicine
John Doe
Dr Kent-shek Cheung

Resident Specialist, Accident & Emergency Department, Queen Mary Hospital

Topic: A Pilot Project on Pre-hospital Ambulance
12-Lead Electrocardiogram for Chest Pain Patients in Hong Kong West Cluster

A2 Pre-hospital Medicine
John Doe
Dr William WK Woo

Chief Air Medical officer, Government Flying Services

Topic: Aero-paramedic and Nurse Services in HK

 

A2 Pre-hospital Medicine
John Doe
Mr Chun-pong Leung

Air Medical Nursing officer, Government Flying service

Topic: The Role of Flight Nurse in Government Flying Service

 

A3 Emergency Medicine in Greater China I
John Doe
Prof Yu-guo Chen 陳玉國教授

Vice-president, Director of Chest Pain Center, Qilu Hospital of Shandong University, Jinan; President-elect, Chinese Society of Emergency Medicine

Topic: 多學科合作,打造急性心肌梗死救治防線

A3 Emergency Medicine in Greater China I
John Doe
Prof Cheuk-sing Choy 蔡卓城教授

Vice Superintendent, Min-Sheng General Hospital

Topic: 敍述台灣EMSS現況及台灣EMSS所面臨的挑戰

 

 

A3 Emergency Medicine in Greater China I
John Doe
Prof Zhong Wang 王仲教授

清華大學北京清華長庚醫院急診科教授副院長

Topic: 中國大陸急診科研現狀分析

Lunch Symposium
John Doe
Prof Raymond SM Wong

Clinical Associate Professor (Honorary), Department of Medicine & Therapeutics, Faculty of Medicine The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Topic: Optimizing the management of patients treated with Novel Oral Anti-coagulants (NOAC) in emergency situations

B1 Traumatology
John Doe
Dr Tze-leung Hui

Senior Medical Officer, Accident & Emergency Department, Princess Margaret Hospital

Topic: Electronic Trauma Information System

 

 

 

B1 Traumatology
John Doe
Dr Cosmos CY Lai

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Prince of Wales Hospital

Topic: Primary Trauma Diversion: Current Experience in NTEC

B2 Ultrasonography
John Doe
Dr Wallace CW Ngai

Associate Consultant, Adult Intensive Care Unit, Queen Mary Hospital

Topic: The use of USG in Resuscitation: from Shock, CPR to E-CPR

B2 Ultrasonography
John Doe
Dr Kuo-chih Chen 陳國智

Attending Physician Emergency Department, Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital Director of Emergency Ultrasound Training Center, Shin Kong WHS Memorial Hospital Chairman of the Emergency Ultrasound Committee, Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine Lecturer, School of Medicine, Fu-Jen Catholic University, New Taipei City, Taiwan 95, Wen Chang road, Shin Lin District, Taipei 111, Taiwan

Topic: Ultrasonography Empowers Emergency Physicians to be Dr. Accuracy and Interventionist

B3 Transport Medicine
John Doe
Dr Hing-man Ma

Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, North Lantau Hospital

Topic: The Unique Service Model of Interfacility Transport in Accident and Emergency Department of North Lantau Hospital

B3 Transport Medicine
John Doe
Ms Queenie YW Leung

Superintendent (Hong Kong West), Fire Services Department

Topic: Hong Kong Ambulance's Prehospital Resuscitation- It Makes a Difference

C1 Toxicology
John Doe
Prof Bruno Megarbane

European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists (EAPCCT)

Topic: Advances in Resuscitation for CCB poisoning

 

 

C1 Toxicology
John Doe
Prof Lewis S Nelson

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, New York University School of Medicine Director, Fellowship in Medical Toxicology, New York City Poison Center

Topic: Use of Naloxone for Opioid Poisoning in Emergency Setting

C1 Toxicology
John Doe
Prof Nicholas Buckley

President, Asia Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology Clinical Toxicologist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, NSW Poisons information Centre Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, NSW 2006

Topic: Paracetamol Poisoning - Why Guidelines Continue to Still Change Forty Years after Highly Effective Treatments Were Developed

C2 Nursing
John Doe
Ms Margaret SY Yuen

Nurse Consultant , Emergency Care, Hong Kong East Cluster

Topic: Team Based Emergency Care Simulation Workshop - A Five Year Experience in PYNEH

 

 

 

C2 Nursing
John Doe
Mr Kwong-lik Pun

Advanced Practice Nurse (Nursing Services Division) Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital

Topic: Nurse Initiated Defibrillation - a Cluster Wide Simulation Training Program – Nursing Services Division of PYNEH

C2 Nursing
John Doe
Ms Janice HH Yeung

Trauma Nurse Coordinator, Prince of Wales Hospital

Topic: Advances & Innovations in Emergency Trauma care

 

 

C3 Workshop
John Doe
Dr Wing-hang Luk

Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Princess Margaret Hospital

Topic: Pocket US in AED

 

 

D1 Emergency Medicine in Greater China II
John Doe
Prof Tzong-luen Wang 王宗倫教授

Director, Emergency Department, Shin-Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital

Topic: Achieving Successful Community Chain of Survival: Taiwan Experience

D1 Emergency Medicine in Greater China II
John Doe
Dr Yu Cao 曹鈺醫生

Full professor and Chairman, Emergency Department, West China Hospital of Sichuan University

Topic: Improve the Chest Compression Quality, What Have We Missed?

D2 Intensive Care Medicine
John Doe
Dr Simon WC Sin

Associate Consultant, Department of Adult Intensive Care, Queen Mary Hospital

Topic: ECMO -CPR: From Implementation to Outcome

 

 

D2 Intensive Care Medicine
John Doe
Dr Marc LC Yang

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Topic: E-CPR: Experiences from QEH

 

D2 Intensive Care Medicine
John Doe
Dr Oi-fung Wong

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, North Lantau Hospital

Topic: Extended Resuscitation and Critical Care in the ED: Sharing of Local Experience

D3 Advances in Understanding of Decompression Sickness
John Doe
Dr Kwan-leong Au Yeung

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Topic: Diving Injuries and Decompression Illness

 

D3 Sports Medicine
John Doe
Dr Kenneth WC Wu

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Topic: Medical Support for the Rio Paralympic Games 2016

D3 Sports Medicine
John Doe
Mr Chacky CK Ip

Chief Executive, Hong Kong Automobile Association

Topic: International motorsport event came in a sudden

 

 

E1 Research, EBM & Infectious Disease
John Doe
Dr Thomas TS Au

Associate Consultant, Accident & Emergency Department, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital

Topic: Evidence Based Practice of Public Access Defibrillation

E1 Research, EBM & Infectious Disease
John Doe
Dr Ling-pong Leung

Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine Practice, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

Topic: Five Practice Changing Research

E1 Research, EBM & Infectious Disease
John Doe
Dr George WY Ng

Associate Consultant, Intensive Care Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Topic: Fluid Strategy in Septic Patients

 

E3 Free Paper Session II
John Doe
Dr Po-yin Kwong

Topic: The Use of Estimated Zopiclone Ingestion in Predicting Zopiclone Induced Methaemoglobinaemia

E3 Free Paper Session II
Dr Chun-him Li

Topic: Identifying Risk Factors for Inter-facility Transport

Scientific

Vast number of different speeches
and activities

Day 1 - 28 Oct, 2016
09:00 - 09:30
Opening Ceremony
09:30 - 10:15
Plenary 1
10:15 - 11:00
Plenary 2
11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00
A1 Resuscitation
A2 Pre-hospital Medicine
A3

Emergency Medicine in Greater China I

13:00 - 14:00
Sponsored Lunch Symposium
14:00 - 14:45
Plenary 3
14:45 - 15:30
Plenary 4
15:30 - 16:30
B1 Traumatology
B2 Ultrasonography
B3 Transport Medicine
16:30 - 17:00
Coffee Break
17:00 - 18:00
C1 Toxicology
C2 Nursing
C3 Sponsored Workshop
18:00 - 18:30
Day 2 - 29 Oct, 2016
08:30 - 09:15
Plenary 5
09:15 - 10:00
Plenary 6
10:00 - 11:15

D1 Emergency Medicine in Greater China II

D2 Intensive Care Medicine

D3 Sports Medicine

11:15 - 11:45
Coffee Break
11:45 - 13:00

E1 Research, EBM & Infectious Disease

E2 Free Paper Session I

E3 Free Paper Session II

13:00 - 13:15
Closing Ceremony
14:00 - 18:00
The Road Ahead for Resuscitation in Asia
For details, please click here
Workshop

Abstract Submission

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Sponsorship

Sponsorship Invitation: We are most grateful for any support to the Conference. Your sponsorship will provide the opportunity to showcase your products and services to professionals and experts of Emergency Medicine. Please contact the secretariat for the sponsorship package. Other alternatives of supports are welcome.



 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Conference Venue:
    Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, HKAM Jockey Club Building,
    99 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
  • SSEM 2016 Conference Secretariat:
    Event Team, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, Room 808,
    8th Floor, HKAM Jockey Club Building,
    99 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
  • Tel: (852) 2871 8808/ 2871 8897
  • Fax: (852) 2871 8898
  • Email: ssem@hkamonline.hk