RACP CONGRESS PROGRAM

This diverse program of workshops, sessions, exhibits, and social functions will allow you to engage and benefit from the opportunities that come from being part of this large and varied Fellowship.

 

 

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SUNDAY 13 MAY 2018

Congress theme: Trainees' Day

Sunday Sub-topic:

Trainees' Day (T)

RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

9:00am - 9:10am

Welcome

Dr Phoebe Stewart, Chair, College Trainees' Day Organising Committee

9:10am - 9:50am
Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

The global refugee crisis: it is our responsibility

Former refugee and keynote speaker Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis, Orthopaedic Surgeon, presents a compelling narrative of his journey fleeing execution in Iraq, surviving the hostility of an Australian detention centre and paving a career as a human activist and surgical pioneer in complex reconstructive and robotic orthopaedic surgery.

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
9:10am - 9:50am

The global refugee crisis: it is our responsibility

Summary:

Former refugee and keynote speaker Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis, Orthopaedic Surgeon, presents a compelling narrative of his journey fleeing execution in Iraq, surviving the hostility of an Australian detention centre and paving a career as a human activist and surgical pioneer in complex reconstructive and robotic orthopaedic surgery.

Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis

9:50am - 10:30am
Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

Australian refugees: stand up and be counted

Presented by Professor David Isaac, Infectious diseases Paediatrician, this session will highlight the current challenges facing Australian refugees and strategies for creating positive sustainable change.

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
9:50am - 10:30am

Australian refugees: stand up and be counted

Summary:

Presented by Professor David Isaac, Infectious diseases Paediatrician, this session will highlight the current challenges facing Australian refugees and strategies for creating positive sustainable change.

Presenter
Professor David Isaac

Sunday, 13 May 2017

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

Indigenous Health

Presented by Dr Simon Quilty, General and Acute Care physician based at Katherine Hospital in remote Northern Territory. This session will highlight the current challenges facing Indigenous Australians and strategies for creating positive sustainable change.

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
9:50am - 10:30am

Indigenous Health

Summary:

Presented by Dr Simon Quilty, General and Acute Care physician based at Katherine Hospital in remote Northern Territory. This session will highlight the current challenges facing Indigenous Australians and strategies for creating positive sustainable change.

Presenter: Dr Simon Quilty

Sunday, 13 May 2017

10:30am - 10:50am
Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

Panel discussion: how can we advocate for a brighter future?

Panelists: Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis and Professor David Isaacs

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
10:30am - 10:50am

Panel discussion: how can we advocate for a brighter future?

Summary:

Panelists
Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis
Professor David Isaacs

Sunday, 13 May 2017

10:50am - 11:10am Morning tea

11:10am - 12:10pm

12:10pm - 12:20pm Stretch Break

12:20pm - 1:00pm
Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

Cognitive bias

Cognitive bias in medicine is universal and often unrecognised. Join Professor Ian Scott in exploring heuristics and how we can employ strategies to counter our biases and make the best clinical decisions for our patients.

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
12:20pm - 1:00pm

Cognitive bias

Summary:

Cognitive bias in medicine is universal and often unrecognised. Join Professor Ian Scott in exploring heuristics and how we can employ strategies to counter our biases and make the best clinical decisions for our patients.

Presenter
Ian Scott

Sunday, 13 May 2017

1:00pm - 1:40pm Lunch

1:40pm - 2:30pm
Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney

Coaching and mentoring

Dr Tara Brown in a Paediatric Physician with a special interest in the benefits of coaching. She has successfully piloted a coaching program at the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and hopes that coaching will become and integral part of medical training.

Trainees' Day (T) Room:
RACP Level 9, 52 Phillip Street Sydney
1:40pm - 2:30pm

Coaching and mentoring

Summary:

Dr Tara Brown in a Paediatric Physician with a special interest in the benefits of coaching. She has successfully piloted a coaching program at the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and hopes that coaching will become and integral part of medical training.

Presenter
Dr Tara Brown

Dr Tara Brown

Trainees' Day (T)

RAC

2:30pm - 2:40pm

Closing Remarks

Dr Phoebe Stewart, Chair, College Trainees' Day Organising Committee

2:40pm - 3:00pm Afternoon tea and end of Trainees' Day

6:00pm - 10:00pm Trainees' Dinner: Blackbird Café, 201 Sussex Street, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, Sydney

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