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Spotlight on Speakers

CAA19 Congress

13 – 15 AUGUST 2019
CROWN CONVENTION CENTRE, PERTH

 

CAA19 Conference Program 

 

Imagining Ambulance Services in 2050 is an exciting and necessary challenge to ensure the pre-hospital sector is prepared and eager to embrace the future. 

 

Presentations across the two-day program will capture the world we could not have imagined 40 years ago and look to what we might expect. 

Speakers

Emergency Medicine in the air & on the ground

Professor Richard Lyon MBE

Pre-hospital Futurology

Bernard Salt AM

Dr Bruce McCabe

Cheif Medical Officer, Minister of Home Affairs

Dr Ng Yih Yng

Queensland University of Technology

Kylie Ash

Director of Victorian Stroke Telemedicine

Professor

Chris Bladin

Manager Health Relations, NSW Ambulance

Anna Bown

Right Care Advisor – Hauora Māori St John, New Zealand

Michelle Brett

Clinical Research Coordinator, Queensland Ambulance Service

Dr Denise Bunting

CEO, St John Ambulance Papua New Guinea

Commissioner Matthew Cannon OStJ

Nursing Coordinator, Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit

Skye Coote

PRECRU/Curtain University and SPH&PM/Monash University

Professor Judith Finn

Paramedic,

St John Ambulance WA

Lauren D'Arcy

Executive Director, 
Wellington Free Ambulance

Kate Jennings

Area Manager,

Ambulance Victoria

Michelle Murphy ASM

Critical Care Paramedic Educator, NSW Ambulance

Marty Nichols

Director of Research and Evaluation, Ambulance Victoria 

Professor

Karen Smith

Medical Director, Wellington Free Ambulance

Dr Andy Swain

Critical Care Paramedic, 
Queensland Ambulance Service

Wayne Loudon

Industry Solutions Manger, Emergency Services, Trapeze Group 

David Panter

Clinical Practice Manager - SI, St John New Zealand

Curt Ward

Lecturer,

Edith Cowan University

Dr Brennen Mills

Programme Lead - Paramedic, Wellington Free Ambulance

Jec Sanders

Clinical Support Officer,

St John NZ

Byron Williams

Women in Leadership Forum

The Women in Leadership Forum is an unprecedented opportunity for delegates to participate in an exceptional event designed to highlight women’s challenges and success stories in the workforce. An impressive program of presentations and interactive sessions will be opened by St John WA CEO Michelle Fyfe.

Speakers

CEO Western Australia Cricket Association

Christina Matthews

PhD, Commissioner for Equal Opportunity (SA)

Dr Niki Vincent

The Barefoot Leader, Leadership and Performance Expert

Jeremy Watkins

Assistant Commissioner of Queensland Ambulance Service

Michelle Baxter ASM

Infection Control Workshop

TBC

Speakers

Senior Lecturer Paramedicine, University of the Sunshine Coast

Dr Nigel Barr

Nurse Consultant / Infection Control Coordinator, SA Ambulance Service

Leanne Coulson

Manager, Infection Control, NSW Ambulance

Michelle Fernandez

 

Infection Prevention and Control Officer, St John WA

Ellie Golling

Infectious Diseases Physician & Clinical Microbiologist

Associate Professor Christopher Heath

Manager, Infection Control, NSW Ambulance

Kate Hipsley

A/Director Strategy & Innovation, NSW Ambulance

David Morris

Director, Australasian College of Infection Prevention & Control

Kristie Popkiss

Global Resuscitation Alliance Masterclass

TBC

Speakers

Chief Executive, The Council of Ambulance Authorities

David Waters

Operations Manager Systems & Performance, St John Ambulance WA

Austin Whiteside

Resuscitation Officer,

Ambulance Victoria

Matt Rose

Manager, Emergency

Co-Responder Programs, Ambulance Victoria

Mike Ray

Regional team Leader Kangaroo Island, SA Ambulance Service

Michael Berden

PRECRU/Curtain University and SPH&PM/Monash University

Professor Judith Finn

Research Assistant,

Ambulance Victoria

Laura

Parker-Stebbing

Director of Research and Evaluation, Ambulance Victoria 

Professor

Karen Smith

Cheif Medical Officer, Minister of Home Affairs

Dr Ng Yih Yng

Head of Clinical Audit and Research, St John

Professor

Bridget Dicker

Medical Director, Wellington Free Ambulance

Dr Andy Swain

Clinical Support Officer,

SA Ambulance Service

Jordan Pring