Presentations from the POMRC workshop: 'Multidisciplinary review – we are all in this together'

8 Jul 2016 | Perioperative Mortality Review Committee

Presentations from the 'Multidisciplinary review – we are all in this together' workshop from the Perioperative Mortality Review Committee, held on 13 June 2016.

9:15am Mihi whakatau    
9:30am Official welcome and introduction

Hon Peter Dunne

9:45am Perioperative Mortality Review Committee (POMRC) Dr Leona Wilson – Chair, POMRC The Perioperative Mortality Review Committee
10:00am The POMRC report 2016: an overview Mrs Cathy Ferguson – Deputy Chair, POMRC An overview of the 2016 POMRC report
10:15am Community expectation of perioperative mortality review Caroline Gunn – Consumer Representative, Safe Surgery NZ Community expectations
10:30am Morning tea
11:00am Review of perioperative mortality reviews Professor Paul Myles – Professor and Director of the Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne An overview of perioperative mortality reporting
11:30am Preventable clincial events – lessons from an audit of surgical mortality Professor Peter Zelas – Chair of CHASM; Clinical Dean of the Blacktown Mt Druitt Clinical School, Western Sydney University School of Medicine Potentially preventable clinical events
12:00pm Mortality and nursing matters Teena Robinson – Nurse Practitioner, POMRC Nurse Representative Mortality and nursing matters
12:30pm Panel discussion  Dr Leona Wilson, Professor Paul Myles, Teena Robinson  
1:00pm Lunch
1:45pm Workshop: Role play of small groups using Tier 1 form Each group facilitated by POMRC members Case study
3:30pm Afternoon tea
3:45pm When to say no Andrew Connolly – President, Medical Council When to say no
4:00pm Palliative care Jonathan Adler – Consultant and Clinical Leader, Capital & Coast DHB  
4:30pm Wrap up Dr Leona Wilson – Chair, POMRC  
4:45pm Workshop close

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