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The 2nd Orthopaedic Nursing Conference 2002
We Care ... Patients, Staff and Community
5 October, 2002

Registration & Conference Program

Conference Programme - 5 October, 2002 (Last Update: 26 September, 2002)



  07:45-08:00 Registration  
  08:00-08:10 Welcome address Dr. W. Y. Shen
  08:10-08:30 Opening Speech Dr. Susie Lum
  Session I
Patient - Trauma Nursing Related to Traffic Accident & Psychosocial Concern
  08:30-08:50 1. Caring the RTA Victim Ms Julia Kneale
  08:50-09:10 2. Healing the Traumatic Stress Disorder Prof. Peter Lee
  09:10-09:30 3. Back to the Society Ms. Patricia Chan
  09:30-09:50 4. From the Patient's Perspective Patient with Cervical Spinal Injury
  09:50-10:10 Question & Answer  
  10:10-10:40 Official Opening & Presentation Ceremony of AADO 10th Anniversary Biennial Symposium on Musculoskeletal Trauma at the Shaw's Auditorium
  10:40-11:05 Break  
  Session II
Staff - Safety, Fitness & Well-being
  11:05-11:20 1. Occupational Safety & Health in Hong Kong Ms. Julie Ma
  11:20-11:50 2. Emotional Reaction to Psychological Crisis Prof. Peter Lee
  11:50-12:05 3. Work-related Musculoskeletal Injuries Ms. Julie Ma
  12:05-12:35 4. Back Care & Preventive Exercise for the Carers Mr. Edwin Lee
  12:35-12:50 Question & Answer  
  12:50-13:50 Lunch  
  Session III
Free Paper Presentation
  13:30-14:00 Free Paper Presentation  
  Session IV
Community - Development Milestone & Fall Prevention Programme
  14:30-14:45 1. From Hospital to the Community Prof. K. S. Leung
  14:45-14:50 Presentation of AADO 10th Anniversary Award to Best Paper Dr. Susie Lum
  14:50-15:10 2. Train-the-trainer & Local Experience Ms. Jessica Chan
  15:10-15:30 3. Update and Advances in Fall Prevention Ms. Mary Marshall
  15:30-15:50 4. Paediatric Accident Home Prevention Programme Ms. Sandra Tsui
  15:50-16:05 Question & Answer  
  16:05-16:30 Break  
  Session V
Nurses - Global Approach in the New Era
  16:30-17:20 Open Forum
We're there - to care for the sick & needy
Ms. Julia Kneale
Ms. Grace Li
Ms. Kitty Siu
Mr. Wonnell Wong
Ms. Mary Marshall
  17:20-17:30 Closing Remarks Ms. Ella Leung
  17:30-18:00 AGM  


Program of Satellite Workshop - 3 October, 2002 (Last Update: 29 September, 2002)



  08:30 Registration  
  09:00 - 09:10 Welcoming delegates to the workshop Prof. K. S. LEUNG
  09:10 - 09:30 - Introduction to speakers and the workshop
- Presenters' professional backgrounds and interests that brings them here today
- Overview of the day and objectives
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  09:30-10:15 - Evidence based practice: good practice
- Who, what, where why and how of evidence for nursing practice
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  10:15-10:35 Break  
  10:35-11:10 Quality standards; a Canadian perspective
- The why, how, process and examinations of quality standards
  11:10-12:00 Putting evidence and quality into practice using an international example
- Pinsite care and management: the perfusion and confusion of evidence
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  12:00-13:00 Lunch Break  
  13:00-13:45 Quality Assurance
- A reflective practice model from the College of Nurses of Ontario
- The rationale, process, portfolio development, examples
  13:45-14:30 Back to Basics: A British perspective on the care essential to all orthopaedic patients
- Good nursing care makes the difference for patients
- Benchmarking good practice
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  14:30-15:15 Pre-operative clinics
- The Canadian way
  15:15-15:35 Break  
  15:35-16:35 Professional Forum: Sharing our professional experiences of working as nurses in different contexts:
- Developing practice in Egypt, learning to value how we differ and what we have, wherever we are
- Developing a political voice to make nurses and nursing heard
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  16:35-17:10 Differences in orthopaedic nursing practices across different countries
- Comparison between the UK, Canada and Hong Kong
(Led by)
Ms. Julia KNEALE
  17:10-17:20 Question and Answer  
  17:20-17:30 Closing Remark Ms. Margaritta CHIU


Program of AADO Biennial Symposium on Musculoskeletal Trauma (Second Day) - 6 October, 2002


Hong Kong Session
Day 2 - October 6, 2002 (Sunday)

  Time (HKT) Program Speakers
  09:00-10:45 Session 5
Geriatric Fall Injuries I
Dr. K Tokunaga
Dr. WY Shen
Time (HKT)
09:00 -09:20 Epidemiology of fall injuries in Japan Dr. A Harada
09:20-09:40 Epidemiology of fall injuries in Hong Kong Prof. KS Leung
09:40 -10:00 Epidemiology of fall injuries in China Prof. ZH Liu
10:00 -10:20 Fall mechanics and protection Dr. A Harada
10:20 -10:35 Bone mineral changes with low mechanical signals Prof. V Frankel
10:30 -10:45 Discussion  
  10:45-11:00 Coffee Break  
  11:00-12:45 Session 6
Geriatric Fall Injuries II
Dr. K. Sato
Prof. CM Chen
Time (HKT)
11:00 -11:20 Update of osteoporosis research in China Prof. ZH Liu
11:20 -11:40 Design principles of implants for fixing osteoporotic bone Dr. A Speitling
11:40 -12:00 Femoral neck fractures -To fix or to replace? Prof. KS Leung
12:00 -12:20 Advances in treating trochanteric fractures Dr. G Taglang
12:20-12:30 Discussion  
12:30-12:45 Concluding Remarks Dr. P Tse


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