4th - 6th July 2017
Institute of Education, London, UK, WC1H 0AL
Plenary Session 1: Recent Trials and New Results
The EPOCH (Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients) Results
Perioperative state of the art - what’s new?
Associations between intraoperative hypotension and myocardial injury, acute kidney injury, and death
Forgetting we are scientists: Myths and legends in peri-operative medicine
Visiting Professor Lecture
Plenary Session 2: Peri-Operative Medicine - A Global Perspective
A view from the East
Shared decision making - how and why
Is the UK leading the way?
Dreaming of global peri-operative education-is it possible?
Plenary Session 3: GWFD (The Great World Fluid Debate)
Plenary Session 4: Bringing about change in healthcare
EPOCH (Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients): a personal reflection on the challenge
Using real time data to drive Quality Improvement
Understanding human factors in healthcare
The science of Quality Improvement: a focus on EPOCH (Enhanced Peri-Operative Care for High-risk patients)
Plenary Session 5: Peri-Operative Care
Policy changes - good or bad for peri-operative care?
Flow based therapy in the OR - how and why?
What about the blood pressure?
Getting the right people in the right place post operatively?
Ernest Henry Starling Lecture
Plenary Session 6: Intra-Operative Care
Chair: Sol Aronson
Cardiac patients and non-cardiac surgery - what’s changed?
FLO-ELA (FLuid Optimisation in Emergency LAparotomy) and the emergency laparotomy
Cardio-respiratory care intra-operatively
Are we better at controlling PONV (Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting)?
Plenary Session 7: Enhanced surgical Recovery with the American Society for Enhanced Recover (ASER)
Plenary Session 8: Surgical Perspectives on Care
I want the best for my patient - how do I get that?
Surgical outcomes to drive improvements
Getting it right first time - outcome improvements
Educating the next generation surgeon - a new approach?
Room 1: Plenary Session 9a
POETTS (Peri-Operative Exercise, Testing and Training Society) Annual Meeting
Room 1: Plenary Session 9b
POETTS Annual Meeting (continued)
Room 2: Enhanced Surgical Recover: EBPOM/ASER Joint Session
Case presentations including: Patient Education, Carbohydrate Loading?, Bowel Prep?, Oain Management?, Fluid Management?, Early Drinking, Eating and Mobilisation, Postop GI tract Function, Outcome measures
Plenary Session 10a
TRIPOM (Trainees with an Interest in Peri-Operative Medicine) Annual Meeting
David Bennett Research Prize Oral Finalist Presentations
TRIPOM: An educational collaborative
Communicating Risk - A fresh perspective
Risk communication and caring for an ageing population
A case in point - open discussion
Plenary Session 10b
TRIPOM Annual Meeting (continued)
Chair: John Whittle
The CPET Olympics: Gassers vs Slashers
Innovations in peri-operative care: the Australian Model
Australia vs UK: TRIPOM Down Under
David Bennett Research Prize Awards
CLOSE OF EBPOM 2017