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2015 Darwin Presentations

Mick Wilson Oration (Introduction) - Superintendent Cameron Edgar, Ambulance Service of NSW

MICK WILSON ORATION - HEMS safety record in the USA... what has the FAA planned and what does the future hold; lessons to be learned - TIm Pickering, Director of Government Affairs, Air Evac Lifeteam / AAMS - USA

Benchmarking and metrics: fostering safe, high-quality, evidence-based care - Dr Russell D. McDonald MPH FCFP FRCPC - ORNGE Canada; Medical Director, Quality & Research Chair, Quality Care Committee ORNGE; Associate Professor and Co-Director, Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program - Dept of Medicine, Uni of Toronto

Equipped, prepared and ready - Australia's national critical care trauma response centre - Dr Nick Coatsworth, Acting Executive Director - National Critical Care Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC)

Setting new standards for EMS Excellence - Mark Delany, Manager - Toll Helicopters

Latest advances in pre-hospital and retrieval medicine - what you need to know - Dr Andrew Pearce, Acting Clinical Director, SAAS MedSTAR South Australia

The process behind selecting a new aircraft for long distance fixed wing aeromedical retrieval work in Western Australia - Gavin Healy, RFDS Western Operations

Development of Part 119, 133 and 135 standards - understanding these proposed changes and how they will affect operations - Dale South, Section Head Rotorcraft Standards, Stds Division, CASA

Simulated midwifery training throughout the patient journey - Rosemary Moyle, Health Services Education and Development Manager, RFDS Central Ops

Emergency medical services aeromedical night vision goggle operations in an austere environment - Dean Blackman, Pilot, NT HEMS

Evolution of NZ's paediatric intensive care retrieval service - Di Fuller, Staff Nurse / Flight Nurse - Starship Children's Hospital PICU

Integrating SAAS MedSTAR retrieval with simulation based education: a novel approach - Jennifer Cade, Retrieval Registrar and Simulation Fellow - SAAS MedSTAR / University of Adelaide 

UAV Challenge medical express 2016 - Dennis Frousheger, Senior Software Engineer - Autonomous Systems - Digital Productivity, CSIRO

Neonates at altitude - Kathy Arthurs, Senior Flight Nurse, RFDS

Blood clots and black holes - Jon Newman, Clinical Educator / Aeromedical Operations Officer, NSW Ambulance

Expanding frontiers by understanding limitations - Phil Hogan, Principal Consultant, Heliport Design Group

Exercise Uplift - planning, execution & evaluation of a multi-agency response to a patient with suspected Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in rural Queensland - Rob Cardwell, Clinical Director (South), Retrieval Services Queensland

Implementing aviation recurrency and proficiency training into the aeromedical field: a discussionAndrew Duma, Senior Base Pilot, RFDS South Eastern Section

Evolving role of flight nurses in the top end - Sheridan Bell, Flight Nurse, CareFlight Nt

A pilot's view of the aeromedical industry - David Anderson, Head of Flying Operations, Australian Helicopters

Flying Midwives to the rescue - Lachlan Beattie, Flight Nurse, NSW Ambulance

The right stuff: helicopter operational suitability testing - Cameron Edgar, Zone Manager, Helicopter Retrieval Service, NSW Ambulance

Infectious diseases in the tropics - Bart Currie, Global and Tropical Health Division, Menzies School of Health Research, Northern Territory Medical Program and Infectious Diseases Department, Royal Darwin Hospital

Physician staffed helicopter emergency medical service dispatch via centralised control and directly by crew versus centralised control alone: a before and after study of CASA's aeromedical airworthiness standards regulatory project - Dr Alan Garner OAM, Medical Director, CareFlight NT

What's up Doc; getting rid of bugs - Richard Johnson, Director of Retrieval, Alice Springs Hospital

Transport of serious infectious diseases - Stefan Becker, Swiss Air-Ambulance Rega

The glue that binds: patient transport in regionalized, rural and remote health care - Dr Russell D. MacDonald, MPH FCFP FRCPC - ORNGE Canada; Medical Director, Quality & Research Chair, Quality Care Committee ORNGE; Associate Professor and Co-Director, Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program - Dept of Medicine, Uni of Toronto

Vanuatu aeromedical retrieval post Cyclone Pam - Paul Campbell & Dan Holmes, Aeromedical Nurse, CareFlight NT

Air medical funding in the US - Tim Pickering, Director of Government Affairs, Air Evac Lifeteam / AAMS - USA

Equipping your team to expand their frontier: changes in aeromedical clinical training - Christopher Buck, Retrieval Medical Officer and Clinical Educator, RFDS Western Ops

Staying ahead of the game: enhanced helicopter paramedic helmet trial - Cameron Edgar, Zone Manager, Helicopter Retrieval Service, NSW Ambulance

Being on the Other side - Tanya Izod, General Manager, CareFlight Northern Operations

Delayed retrieval of suspected snake bite patients - Tim Wallace, Flight Nurse, CareFlight NT

Improving flight safety through flight data analysis program - Justin Marr, Manager Aviation Systems, RFDS South Eastern Section

Review of Prothrombinex use by MedSTAR - Roy Fischer, Operations Lead Consultant, SAAS MedSTAR

Characteristics of Patients Transported by a Paramedic-staffed Helicopter Emergency Medical Service in Victoria, Australia - Anthony de Wit, Manager Air Operations, Air Ambulance Victoria

Interhospital transfers via fixed and rotor wing retrieval to a regional Central Queensland ED - Kristin Edwards, RN, BSN, MSN, PhD Candidate

Best practices of heliports design and locally interpreted international helicopter operation rules and safety standards - Bob Splinter, Area Manager, Bayards

A Case Series examining in-flight obstetric births over a 3-year period in the Northern Territory - Toby Shipway, Retrieval Registrar, CareFlight NT

Using partnerships and flexible delivery approaches in postgraduate retrieval medicine education to cross frontiers and health professions - Christina Wolfe, A/Prof Learning & Teaching, Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine - Bond University & Brigid McCarthy, RFDS SE Section

Operation Philippines Assist 2013: Rapid development of the AusMAT Field Hospital to Tacloban City in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan - Bronte Martin, Nursing Director (Trauma & Disaster), National Critical Care & Trauma Response Centre, Royal Darwin Hospital