Victorian Sepsis Grand Round

Join us at the Victorian Sepsis Grand Round and learn from leading experts regarding the clinical challenges of identifying sepsis. 'Could it be sepsis?’ will provide you with insights and tools to identify sepsis. Hear from an accomplished faculty of national experts on a range of topics that spans from Sepsis in the next 10 years, to Australia’s national strategy to improve early recognition and diagnosis.

ūüďÖ Tuesday 16 August 2022 | 6:30 - 8:00 pm (AEST)
 

The Victorian Sepsis Grand Round (VSGR) is an online event series. It was initiated by the Alfred Health Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Services, in collaboration with the Australian Sepsis Network to provide a forum for healthcare professionals to explore and debate aspects of best-practice sepsis care. The series promotes collaborative efforts and showcases the world-class treatment, expertise and resources available in Australia.

Join us at the next Victorian Sepsis Grand Round and learn from leading experts regarding the clinical challenges of identifying sepsis.

‘Could it be sepsis? Navigating sepsis diagnosis‚Äô will provide you with insights and tools to identify sepsis.

Hear from an accomplished faculty of national experts on topics such as: The future of sepsis ‚Äď the next 10 years, sepsis rapid testing, diagnostic challenges in pre-hospital and primary care settings, and Australia‚Äôs national strategy to improve early recognition and diagnosis.

There will be ample time to ask questions and a consumer representative will join the forum in the panel discussion.

DETAILS

Date:   Tuesday 16 August 2022

Time:   6:30 Р8:00 pm (AEST | Melbourne)

Audience:   All health professionals are invited and encouraged to attend.

Location:   Online.

Cost:   Free of charge.

Access link:   The event link with be provided 7 days prior to the Grand Round and a recording will be made available post event.

Certification:   A certificate of attendance will be sent to attendees who participated in the virtual event and completed a feedback survey.

Website:   www.vsgr.org 

COULD IT BE SEPSIS? NAVIGATING SEPSIS DIAGNOSIS

1830 – 1835¬† ¬† Welcome and introduction to ‘Could it be sepsis? Navigating sepsis diagnosis‚Äô
                          Dr Judit Orosz (Alfred Health)

1835 Р1840    Case study
                          Dr Judit Orosz (Alfred Health)

1840 Р1855    Challenges of sepsis: what the future looks like in the next 10 years
                          Prof Allen Cheng (Alfred Health/Monash University)

1855 Р1905    Diagnostic challenges in the pre-hospital environment
                          Paramedic (Ambulance Victoria)

1905 Р1915    Diagnostic challenges in the Emergency Department
                         Dr Yulia Sugeng (Bundaberg Hospital)

1915 – 1930¬† ¬† Australia‚Äôs national strategy to improve early recognition and diagnosis, early trigger’s and/or tools
                         Prof Simon Finfer AO (The George Institute)

1930 Р1935    My sepsis journey
                         Kristine Rawlinson (Consumer representative)

1935 Р1955    Facilitated panel discussion
                         All speakers and facilitator: Steve McGloughlin (Alfred Health)

1955 Р2020   Acknowledgement and thanks
                         Dr Judit Orosz (Alfred Health)

For more information about this program, please contact the Program Coordinator.

Ann-Maree Guirguis
Alfred Health
Telephone: 03 9903 9298
Email: etc [@] alfred.org.au