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21st National Health Sciences Research Symposium
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The fee includes conference materials, inaugural and refreshments.

Group discounts are available for undergraduate students, nurses and allied health professionals who register in batches of ten or more. For further details, please contact conf.sect@aku.edu

  Symposium | November 10-11, 2018 (select any one)  Reset Selection
 
  • Undergraduate students, nurses and allied health professionals *Rs 1000 (*Students will be required to present their institutions’ valid ID Card)
 
  • Graduate and postgraduate students Rs 1000 (*Students will be required to present their institutions’ valid ID Card)
 
  • Faculty and clinicians Rs 3000
     
  Pre-conference workshops | Friday, November 9, 2018* (Full Day) Reset Selection
 
  • Sick Child: Early Recognition and Stabilization (Full day) PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives: Workshop will focus on early recognition and stabilization of sick children presenting to the emergency room
 
  • Resuscitation in Emergency Department (RED) (Full day) PKR 1,500/participant - (Seats full) registration closed.
    Objectives:
    1. To discuss the issues that are considered in resuscitation in the emergency department
    2. To describe steps that are followed during assessment of a trauma victim and a patient with an acute medical illness.
     
 

Pre-conference workshops | Friday, November 9, 2018* | 9:00am - 1:00pm

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  • Emergency Radiology: Whole Body Non-Trauma Emergencies " PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1.Improve their interpretation skills for studies performed during call hours.
    2. To help them perform better with confidence when dealing with emergency radiology
 
  • Understanding the Nuances of Quality Clinical Research in Emergency Care PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Discuss the importance of evidence based practice and the facilitators and barriers of its implementation in emergency care setting.
    2. Learn methods to critically appraise the evidences (individual study/reviews) available in the context of emergency care
 
  • Child Safety is Our Responsibility PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Discuss the importance of child rights in safeguarding children.
    2. Present the causes of child maltreatment in context of our nation
 
  • How to Handle Emergencies that Present to your Clinic? PKR 1,500/participant (Seats full) registration closed.
    Objectives:
    1. Recognize cardiac, respiratory and other emergencies presenting in the outpatient practices.
    2. Formulate plans for the immediate management of patients presenting with emergencies in general practice
 
  • An Introduction to Emergency Department Operations Management and Patient Flow: How to Analyze and Improve your Department PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Be able to create a process flow map of their (or any other) emergency department
    2. Understand the concept of “bottlenecks”, and how to identify them in an emergency department
 
  • InnovatED @ NHSRS 2018! PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Through an innovative approach: Strategically and selectively develop participant competencies in the domains of pre-ED care, ED triage and ED processes
    2. Refresh principles of patient-centered care
 
  • Emergency Obstetric & Newborn Care in Low Resource Settings PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Emergency Preparedness & PPH management
    2. Learn condom balloon tamponade and use of Misoprostol
 
  • Paediatric Emergency Echocardiography Workshop PKR 2500/participant
    Objectives:
    To gain knowledge and handon experince in image acquisition and interpretation to assess cardiac functions, volume status and pericardial effusion in critically ill children in the ED
 
  • Prevention and Control of Infection in Emergency Nursing Practice PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Understand the need for screening of patients with communicable diseases presenting to Emergency Department
    2. Be able to recognize the need for patient segregation and apply isolation strategies effectively
 
  • Basic and Advanced Airway Management PKR 2,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Recognize normal and difficult airway by bedside assessment methods.
    2. Be able to choose the most appropriate method of airway management
  Pre-conference workshops | Friday, November 9, 2018* | 2:00pm - 5:00pm Reset Selection
 
  • Design and Analysis of Time to Event Studies in Emergency Care PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Identify the appropriate study design for time to event studies in emergency care
    2. Estimate sample size requirements for longitudinal study designs
 
  • Early Recognition and Management of Sepsis: A Clinical Perspective for Emergency Nurses 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Recognize conceptual background of Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS), Sepsis, Septic Shock, & Multi Organ Failure (MODS)
    2. Describe etiology, pathophysiology & cellular changes, clinical manifestations, and principle management of SIRS, Sepsis, Septic Shock, & MODS
 
  • Role in Disaster Preparedness and Response among Health care professionals PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Understand the basics about In-hospital disaster preparedness and response.
    2. Identify the steps to build effective In-hospital triaging, teams and communication.
    3. Learn the management of victims and final disposition.
 
  • Pediatric Airway Management PKR 2,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1.Participants will be able to assess pediatric airway; differentiate difficult airway and situations where there is requirement of help
    2. Make decisions to choose appropriate method of airway management based on assessment
    (Workshop has been cancelled)
 
  • Short Course on Research Methodologies in Injury Control and Trauma Care PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Introduce the public health approach to injury prevention and trauma care and discuss issues in injury research
    2. Emphasis will be on the understanding of basic concepts about injuries and their assessment
    (Workshop has been cancelled)
 
  • Risk Assessment and Management of Suicidal patients in Emergency Medicine Department of Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi PKR 1,500/participant (Seats full) registration closed.
    Objectives:
    1. Assess patients reporting to Emergency Medicine (EM )department with suicidal behaviors using WHO-SUPRE-MISS instrument (Muti site intervention study on suicidal behaviors)
    2. Apply effective communication skills with patients reporting with suicidal behaviors to EM department
 
  • Evidence-Based Staffing Model for Emergency Nursing PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Learn about the need for developing staffing model to achieve the most effective, flexible and cost effective use of health personnel
    2. To have a balance in direct and indirect care givers for effective and safe patient care
 
  • Assessment and Management of Psychiatric Emergencies in the Aga Khan University Hospital PKR 1,500/participant
    Objectives:
    1. Assess patients presenting with psychiatric emergencies using objective methods.
    2. Generate differential diagnosis of psychiatric emergencies in emergency room
    3. Assess patients reporting to Emergency Medicine (EM )department with suicidal behaviors using WHO-SUPRE-MISS instrument (Muti site intervention study on suicidal behaviors)
    4. Apply effective communication skills with patients reporting with suicidal behaviors to EM department
   *Workshop registration deadline: November 05, 2018
  Limited seats available. Seats for workshops will be filled on a first come first serve basis.
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