We have been given the privilege of convening the conjoint ASA NSC/QLD ACE CME meeting in Brisbane, 23-25th July 2021.
It is exciting to have our committees working together with the common goal of bringing you a great educational event, coupled with an opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and the many that support us.
No one could have foreseen the challenges our anaesthetic communities would face in 2020, and how we have needed to adapt and display great flexibility in our working and personal lives. It also highlighted how vital collaborative and continuing education is to our profession, our patients, and to society as a whole.
We celebrate the 80th anniversary of the NSC this year and it’s very fitting that the gift for this is the pearl, said to represent something endurable and unconquerable, which we think you’ll agree speaks to how we’ve all responded. We are optimistic that 2021 will allow us to return to some aspects of ‘normal’ life, and that we will together continue to shape what this ‘new normal’ will look like.
Our joint scientific committee continues to work on a programme that will bring you a wealth of knowledge in varied areas, there will be something of interest no matter what aspect of anaesthetics you are involved in. We aim to provide opportunities for participation not only in a great lecture series, but also workshops, discussion groups, Q&A sessions with experts, and quality assurance activities.
New for 2021, we are offering a limited hybrid format, opening up the option for delegates to view and interact with program sessions virtually, as well as welcoming you onsite at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Networking Function and Exhibitor Welcome drinks will take place on the Friday evening, and will be a great opportunity to meet with industry colleagues, enjoying drinks and canapés in a relaxed setting. Our social function on the Saturday evening is to be held at the Queensland Art Gallery Watermall and will be ticketed separately. We suggest booking early as celebrating together in this fabulous location is sure to be popular.
So on behalf of the entire organising committee we would like to extend an invitation to you to be part of this great event. We are hoping that you will be able to embrace the opportunity to join us in Brisbane, where we show what you can achieve by working together.
Dr Peta Lorraway & Dr Ed Pilling
|ASA NSC Organising Committee|
|Scientific Convenor||Stephen Bruce|
|Workshop Coordinator||Shaun Roberts|
|SGD / Masterclass Coordinator||Francesca Rawlins|
|Treasurer/ Industry Liaison||Anthony Coorey|
|Social Coordinator||Monique Wells|
|TMG Representative||Stewart Ure|
|NSC Federal /Sci. Program Officer||David Elliott|
|ASA Senior Events Coordinator||Denyse Robertson|
|QLD ACE Organising Committee|
|Committee Member||Sarah Bowman|
|ASA Representative||Steven Cook|
|Committee Member||Galina Gaidamaka|
|Committee Member||Adam Keys|
|Committee Member||Phil Lee|
|Committee Member||Leanne Ryan|
|Committee Member||Raman Singh|
|QLD ACE Events Coordinator||Julie Donovan|
There will be no Call for Abstracts process for the 2021 conjoint event. We encourage authors to consider submitting their abstracts for future events but the submission process will not be running for this year. For any further questions, please contact the Program Manager on email@example.com.
Registration information for the upcoming conference will be released in March 2021. Please check back here for full details.
|Date:||Friday, 23 July 2021|
|Venue:||Brisbane Convention Centre, Exhibition Hall|
Relax and unwind with a cold drink and a catch up chat with old and new friends after an afternoon of plenaries and workshops and take the time to acknowledge the generous support of our exhibitors and sponsors, before heading out to see what the Brisbane restaurant district has to offer.
|Date:||Saturday, 24 July 2021|
|Dress Code:||Smart Casual|
|Venue:||Water Mall, Queensland Art Gallery, GOMA|
|Price:||$125 – not included in conference registrations|
Enjoy champagne and canapes in beautiful surroundings at the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art for the networking and cocktail function. All tickets must be purchased in addition to the conference registrations – these are not included and must be paid separately for both guests and delegates.
On behalf of the ASA NSC & QLD ACE 2021 Organising Committees, it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in
what we are confident will be the best year yet. The ASA NSC and QLD ACE event in Brisbane 2021 will provide you with the perfect opportunity for highlighting your products and services to the anaesthetic community, in a relaxed, informal, educational environment.
It is expected there will be 800+ anaesthetic specialists, pain medicine specialists, intensivists, trainees, associates and
retirees all looking to learn and make new connections, in addition to over 100 inspiring pioneers in the field of anaesthesia speaking for their specialities. Attendees will be both in-person and virtual for 2021.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or exhibitor, please contact Denyse Robertson , ASA Senior Events Coordinator on +61 2 8556 9717 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|AFT Pharmaceuticals 31||Karl Storz Endoscopy 28|
|ASA ASA BOOTH||Medipress 12|
|BD 50-51||Meditrust 9|
|Cutting Edge Software 36||Mindray Australia 19-20|
|Draeger 40-41||Seqirus GOLD PARTNER|
|F + P Healthcare 27||Surgical Specialities 48|
|Fujifilm Sonosite46-47||Theatre Caps TBC|
|Interpharma 4||TRUSTMOST 1|
|Intersurgical 45||Vyaire 35|
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