ASUM Conference Teaser

A variety of high quality conference videos are available for ASUM members and ASUM Lite subscribers.

A teaser of some of the conference videos can be found below and a list of some of the other video content aailable is listed at the bottom.

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Other video content available includes:

Session 1A – Education – Teaching Millenials

1A – Introduction to clinical teaching – Prof. Brian Jolly
1A – Peer learning in the clinical environment – Prof Elizabeth Molloy
1A – The science of teaching psychomotor skills – what do we know now? – Prof. Debra Nestel
1A – Learning Styles: Double jeopardy or not? – A/Prof Linda Sweet
Session 1C – Paediatrics

1C – Transcranial Doppler – Tania Griffiths
1C – Technological advances in ultrasound of hip dysplasia – Dr Jacob Jaremko (1)
1C – Technological advances in ultrasound of hip dysplasia – Dr Jacob Jaremko (2)
Session 1G – Obstetrics – Fetal Cardiology

1G – Approach to fetal left and right ventricular asymmetry – Paul Brooks
1G – Special lecture: ASUM Infection control guidelines – A/Prof Sue Campbell Westerway
1G – Examination of the normal fetal heart – Rowena Findlay
Session 2A – Education – Simulation in Medical Education

2A – The challenges of using simulation for teaching task-based skills – Prof. Brian Jolly
2A – To sim or not to sim – Prof. Debra Nestel
2A – From sim to clinical practice – the tips, tricks and pearls (scaffolding) – A/Prof Linda Sweet
Session 2C – Paediatrics

2C – Ultrasound imaging of subcutaneous soft tissues – can any features reliably predict malignancy – Dr Jacob Jaremko
2C – Ultrasound of the bowel – Sara Kernick
2C – Point of care US: Set up of a centrally coordinated training scheme – Adam OBrien
Session 2G – Obstetrics – Fetal Therapy / Legal Matters

2G – Fetal interventions: A summary of the current state of the nation (NZ) – Dr Emma Parry
2G – Published legal cases involving O&G ultrasound: Tears shed, lessons learnt – Dr Nicole Woodrow
2G – Non-discrimination language in ultrasound – Dr Nicole Woodrow
Session 3A – Education – Feedback

3A – The double duty of feedback – Prof Elizabeth Molloy
Sessions 3C – Paediatrics

3C – Ethics of early fetal deliveries: dilemas for the clinician – Prof. Paddy Dewan
3C – Assessment of vocal cord function – Sara Kernick and Aleesha Jones
3C – High resolution renal tract US – Dr Padma Rao
Session 3G – Gyneacology – Pelivic Pain

3G – Ultrasound-based endometriosis staging system (UBESS) to predict complexity of laparoscopic surgery – A/Prof George Condous
Session 4A – Education – Tools for Success

4A – Generating a CV to gain a teaching role – Suean Pascoe
Session 4B – Vascular

4B – Role of ultrasound after varicose vein surgery – Dr Claire Campbell
4B – Role of ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy – Dr Nathaniel Chiang
4B – Absence of the saphonopopiteal junction – Dr Nathaniel Chiang
4B – Ultrasound appearances of vascular malformations – Dr Kurosh Parsi
Sessions 4G – Obstetrics – First rimester Screening

4G – Significantly raised NT: What does it mean? – Dr Emma Parry
4G – NIPT: New Zealand experience – Dr Emma Parry
4G – First trimester screening for spina bifida – Dr Jayshree Ramkrishna
Session 5G – Opening Plenary

5G – Keynote Address – Daniel Flynn
5G – Dr David Robinson & Michael Dadd Memorial Lecture – The Zambia Experience – Dr Rodney Strahan
Session 6A – Education – Developing Scholarly Skills

6A – How to critically review a journal paper – Prof Brian Jolly
6A – The art of writing a great abstract – Dr Jocelyne Basseal
Session 6B – Vascular

6B – Ultrasound-based 3D modelling – John Carrol
Session 7A – Education – Giving a Great Presentation – More more bullet point PPT’s

7A – Jazz up your presentation skills – Suean Pascoe
Session 7B – Vascular

7B – EVAR: Why do we still use CTA to investigate endoleaks? – Richard Allan
7B – Determining the true AAA diameter – plane considerations – Gerry Hill
Sessions 7G – Obstetrics – Fetal neurology

7G – MRI for improved diagnosis of brain abnormalities – including Q&A – Prof Stacy Goergen
7G – A structured approach to advanced US assessment of the fetal brain – Dr Mandy Sampson
Session 8B – Breast

8B – Premature Breast Development – Sara Kernick
8B – The good, the bad and the ugly; when diagnosis proves difficult – Anne Sutcliffe
8B – Tough breast cases: Working up the difficult camouflaging ultrasound lesion – Louise Worley
Session 8D – Cardiac

8D – Tetralogy of fallot: Commonly encountered complications – Dr Kylie Burns
8D – A sonographer’s approach to scanning patients with adult congenital heart disease – Jill Fawcett
8D – VSDs – A/Prof Leeanne Grigg
Session 8F – POCUS – The Misfits

8F – Useful nerve blocks in the ED – Dr Warren Adie
8F – Fracture dislocation assessment – Dr Warren Adie
8F – Infection Control – A/Prof. Sue Campbell Westerway & Dr Jocelyne Basseal
8F – Quincy – the peri-tonsillar abscess and US – Dr Adrian Goudie
8F – Eye US in the ED – Dr Allan Whitehead
Session 9B – Breast

9B – Communication with breast cancer patients – Vicki Durston
9B – Scan technique and tips to help the surgeon – Jenny Parkes
9B – Contrast mammography: Use and correlation with ultrasound/MRI – Dr Allison Rose
Session 9D – Cardiac

9D – Imaging in transposition of the great arteries – Dr Sylvia Chen
9D – Multimodality imaging in ACHD – A/Prof Arun Dahiya
Session 9F – POCUS

9F – Panel Discussion: CCPU vs DDUModerator: Dr Adrian Goudie
Panel: Dr Elissa Kennedy-Smith, Dr Melody Hiew, Dr Allan Whitehead and Dr Philip Visser
9F – Equipment purchasing considerations – Suean Pascoe
9F – Introduction of POCUS into the critical care environment. A four way collaboration between critical care, diagnostic imaging and cardiology and the emergency department – Dr Anthony Wald
9F – Analysis of the first 1500 BELS scans at Monash – What were the outcomes? – Dr Anthony Wald
Session 10D – Cardiac

10D – Eisenmenger’s syndrome – Dr Kylie Burns
10D – Imaging after the fontan repair – Dr Sylvia Chen
10D – ACHD for the general sonographer – Ada Lo
10D – Co-arct

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