Programme

Programme

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Thursday 28th November 2019CPD matrix code
09:30Registration, Refreshments & Trade Exhibition
10:30-
12.30
Workshops (see details for times and locations) - please note TIVA for Tots is a separate meeting and runs from 10:30 to 15:00, after which delegates can join the SIVA ASM
12:30Lunch, Cont’d Registration for Main Meeting & Trade Exhibition
13:25Welcome & opening remarksDr David Mulvey, SIVA President
 
Session I - Believing In The Theory
13:30Towards auto-anaesthesiologist: How AI can improve sedation monitoring?Dr Sunil Belur Nagaraj, Groningen, NL
Deep Learning and Evolutionary Algorithms for TCIDr Jakob Mathiszig Lee, London, UK
CompetenciesDr Matt Walters, Derby, UK
Panel discussion & questions
 
15:00Refreshments, Posters and Trade Exhibition
 
Session II - Aware Or Oblivious
15:45NAP 6Dr Mark Thomas, London, UK
Neurosteroids and alpha 2 adrenoceptor agonists, new options for total intravenous anaesthesia in small animal practiceDr Louise Clark, Newmarket, UK
Panel discussion & questions
 
17:15AGM of SIVA - SIVA members requested to attend
18:15President's Drinks Reception - all invited
19:30Reception and Conference Dinner, Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
 
Friday 29th November 2019CPD matrix code
08:30Refreshments & Trade Exhibition
 
Session III - Does It Make Sense?
09:15The Environmental Footprint of AnaesthesiaDr Samantha Shinde, Bristol, UK
Cancer BiologyDr Nick Perry, London, UK
False News and Aberrant PapersDr John Carlisle, Torbay, UK
Panel discussion & questions
 
10:45Refreshments, Posters and Trade Exhibition
 
Session IV - Anaesthesia Or Analgesia
11:30Evolving concepts of the role of CNS noradrenaline - and how to design better hacksProf Tony Pickering, Bristol, UK
Opoid CrisisDr Cathy Stannard, Gloucester, UK
The EEG in AnaesthesiaDr Lorenzo Dimpel, Plymouth, UK
Panel discussion & questions
 
13:15Lunch, Posters and Trade Exhibition
 
Session V - Debate
14:00“Outcomes following TIVA are superior to that following volatile anaesthesia”FOR: Dr Rohit Juneja, London, UK
“Outcomes following TIVA are superior to that following volatile anaesthesia”AGAINST: Dr Gudrun Kunst, London, UK
Panel discussion & questions
 
15:00Closing remarksDr David Mulvey, SIVA President