SPUMS 46th Annual Scientific Meeting 2017

Venue: Rama Candidasa Resort and Spa

Dates: 2127 May 2017

 Theme: Commercial Diving; Medical Implications

Keynote Speaker: Dr Debbie Pestell 

Topics include: Principles of Mixed Gas and Saturation Diving, Chronic Dysbaric Disorders: Long Term Health Effects, Medications and Diving, Fitness to Dive Standards, Assessment and Contraindications, Case Series, Lessons Learned


Other Speakers include:

 A/Prof David Smart, Dr Neil Banham, Dr Neal Pollock, Dr Sarah Lockley, A/Prof Ian Gawthrope, Dr Jurg Wendling and Dr Martin Sayer


Workshop:  Hands on diver-focused echocardiography
Run by: A/Prof Ian Gawthrope and Dr Neal Pollock


Abstract Submissions:
Submissions are being accepted now, please fill in the Abstract form for submission and e-mail it to the Scientific Convener.

Convener: Dr Katie Commons and Dr Clinton Gibbs
E-mail: asm2017@spums.org.au

Scientific Convener:
Dr Denise Blake
E-mail: scientific.convener@spums.org.au

20 ACEM CPD points accredited

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Hands on workshops-Participants in the ANZCA CPD program, may claim this workshop under the Knowledge and skills activity Short format learning at 2 credits per hour.

Lectures-Participants in the ANZCA CPD program, may claim this workshop under the Knowledge and skills activity Learning sessions at 1 credit per hour.

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Every year the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (SPUMS) holds an Annual Scientific Meeting, providing a forum for presentations and discussion of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine papers, cases, research, and information updates.


Attendees include doctors, nurses, chamber technicians, engineers, scientists, students and divers who work or share an interest in the fields of diving and hyperbaric medicine, as well as representatives from the recreational and occupational diving industries and military diving organisations.


The meeting combines an academic program, with a daily diving program for delegates who are also interested in participating in recreational diving at the designated location. Locations are therefore selected with regard to what they can offer in terms of dive sites and experience. For the non-divers and accompanying delegates, a selection of other activities is usually on offer at the venue.

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