We would like to thank all the speakers, supporters and attendees who participated the 7th Annual Emergency Department Management Conference 2015. The program raised discussion around emergency department management systems, featured case studies and showcased innovative models of service delivery from the coal face.
Program highlights from 2015 included:
- CThe target culture: Friend or foe?
- Can building a new ED solve NEAT?
- Using data to drive performance
- Whole of hospital redesign & improving patient flow
- Regional emergency care: What can we do?
- Novel roles in the ED: Has the time come to change?
- Recruitment, retention & motivation
- Clinically meaningful system change in a low volume private ED
- The role of the GEDI nurse – Geriatric care beyond ED
- Accelerated admission pathways for geriatric patients
- Multi-disciplinary approach to provide a timely, safe & effective patient journey
- Initiating change management in the ED, embracing challenges & celebrating wins
- Challenges, evolution & future directions of Australia's first nurse led Walk-in Centre
- Management of behaviourally disturbed patients from a security response to a clinical team response
- Safety & quality in emergency mental health care
To ensure the most pertinent issues are covered for the 2016 conference, we are inviting topic and speaker submissions for the development of the comprehensive two day program. The conference will be a great opportunity to interact with like-minded people, so forward your submissions and suggestions for the program to firstname.lastname@example.org