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||Session 1: Technology & Innovation
8.10am – 8.40am: February 2011 Christchurch Earthquakes – The Damage, Response And Recovery, John O’Hagan, Ōtākaro Limited, Christchurch
||Session 2: Innovation & Surgery
10.30am – 10.45am: Update On Pancreatitis – Whats New? Todd Hore, Canterbury DHB
Poster Presenters will stand by their poster from 1.00pm to 1.30pm. They invite questions and discussion.
||Session 3: Endoscopy & Technology
1.30pm – 1.50pm: Upper Endoscopy Tips And Tricks, Michael Talbot, Australia … Michael is supported by the RACS Visitor Grant Program.
|3.30pm||5.30pm||Session 4: Trainee & Free Paper Presentations
3.30pm – 3.40pm: IMAGINE: Ileus Management International, Paul Fagan, The University Of Auckland
|6.30pm|| Conference Dinner
ilex Cafe, Christchurch Botanic Gardens
|8.45am||10.30am||Session 5: Trauma and Training
8.45am – 9.00am: What Has Changed In Trauma Training, Li Hsee, Auckland DHB
|11.00am||12.40pm||Session 6: Hernias & Technology
11.00am – 11.10am: Evidence For Mesh vs Suture Repair Of Hernias, Steve Kelly, Canterbury DHB
|1.40pm||3.10pm||Session 7: Technology & Consequences
1.40pm – 2.00pm: Hospital Waste/ Green Hospitals, Andrew MacCormick, Counties Manukau DHB
2.00pm – 2.20pm: Breast Implants: Taking The Rough With The Smooth, Chris Porter, Canterbury DHB
2.20pm – 2.40pm: Bariatric Surgery – Long Term Results And Complications, Michael Booth, Waitemata DHB
2.40pm – 2.55pm: Technology and Incidentalomas – Overdiagnosis, Birgit Dijkstra, Canterbury DHB
2.55pm – 3.10pm: Discussion and Closure