Program

Program

 

Anzaca Conference

preliminary programme


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Wednesday 7 December, 2011

 

 

4.00 – 5.30pm

Registration

(Hunter Centre, Corner of Great King Street and Frederick Street)

5.30 – 7.00pm

Welcome Event (Hunter Centre)

Thursday 8 December, 2011

 

8.30 – 9.00am

Registration (Hunter Centre Atrium)

9.00 – 9.15am

Welcome and Introduction (Rooms G30 A/B, Hunter Centre)

9.15 – 10.00am

Keynote Speaker. Professor Roger Soames

Anatomy is the future

10.00 – 10.30am

Session 1 Teaching

Chair: C Briggs

10.00

A. Webb: Virtual patients: an effective and innovative way to teach anatomy in a clinical context to first year medical students.

10.15

V. Kippers: Evolution of anatomy teaching in the first year of an integrated medical curriculum.

10.30 – 11.00am

Morning Tea (Atrium)

11.00am – 12.30pm

Session 2 Musculoskeletal

Chair: S Woodley

11.00

Z. Azami: Non-invasive diagnosis of anatomical injury site in chronic low back pain patients: A mechanomyographic analysis.

11.15

L. Seidl: Segmental fatigue within human back extensor muscles during an asymmetrical rowing task.

11.30

R. Green: Cadaveric confirmation of intramuscular electromyographic electrode placements in two segments of gluteus minimus and three segments of gluteus medius with independent fascicle orientation.

11.45

M. Karavias: The gracilis myocutaneous flap: an analysis of in vivo and cadaveric studies and discussion of clinical implications.

12.00

M. Hedderwick: The anatomy of the oblique popliteal ligament.

12.15

A. Day: The stabilising role of the rotator cuff at the shoulder, responses to external perturbations.

12.30 – 1.30pm

Lunch (Atrium)

1.30 – 2.15pm

Keynote Speaker. Assistant Professor Carla Stecco

Fasciae: The forgotten tissue

2.15 – 3.00pm

Session 3

Pelvis

Chair: M Stringer

2.15

P. Chapuis: The clinical significance of the perirectal fascia in rectal cancer.

2.30

J. Woon: CT imaging of the normal coccyx.

2.45

I. Becker: Ultrasound anatomy of the pubic symphysis during first pregnancy: preliminary results of a longitudinal study.

3.00 – 3.30pm

Afternoon Tea (Atrium)

3.30 – 5.00pm

Session 4

Chair: P Blyth

3.30

Poster Session: 1 min powerpoint presentation for each poster

4.30

Jon Cornwall: Feedback from the EACA conference, 2011

4.35

Nicholas Cheng: The arterial supply of the long head of biceps tendon: anatomical study with implications for tendon rupture (Winner: 2010 Clinical Anatomy Blue-Box Award)

5.00 – 5.30pm

ANZACA AGM

5.30 – 6.00pm

Tour of the Department of Anatomy (optional)

7.00pm

Conference Dinner – Otago Museum

Friday 9 December, 2011

 

9.00 – 9.45am

Keynote Speaker. Professor Mark Stringer

W(h)ither clinical anatomy?

9.45 – 10.45am

Session 5

Histology

Chair: H Nicholson

9.45

F. Hassiotou: Unraveling the cellular developmental hierarchy in the human lactating breast.

10.00

A. Slim: Human cadaveric tissue is suitable for histological, immunohistochemical and ultrastructural analysis.

10.15

A. Mishra: Comparison of prenatal maturation of the somatosensory, visual and auditory cortex in human.

10.30

K. Satyapal: Myocardial bridges: relevance in coronary artery bypass graft patients.

10.45 – 11.15am

Morning Tea (Atrium)

11.15am – 12.15pm

Session 6

Head, Neck and Thorax

Chair: C Stecco

11.15

P. Naimo: Developmental anatomy of the hyoid bone and thyroid cartilage and their forensic significance.

11.30

J. Cornwall: Distribution of fibre types in the human suboccipital muscles.

11.45

B. Chen: Anatomical studies of the adequacy of brain and spinal blood supply with antegrade cerebral perfusion.

12.00

A. Mirjalili: Anatomical planes in vivo.

12.15 – 1.15pm

Lunch (Atrium)

1.15 – 2.30pm

Parallel seminar session

Professor Roger Soames

Anatomy into clinical practice

Assist Prof Carla Stecco

Techniques for investigating fascia

2.30 – 3.45pm

Session 7

Teaching and

Education

Chair: R Soames

2.30

A. Alsmarra’I: Ultrasound as a medical student teaching aid for demonstration of neck clinical anatomy.

2.45

H. Martyn: Medical students’ belief in a soul and its affect on anatomy teaching.

3.00

S. Wentworth: A preliminary investigation into student use of recorded lectures in a multi-campus first year anatomy subject and its possible effects on final marks.

3.15

R. Green: Use of on-line discussion forums in anatomy subjects.

3.30

A. Belford: An investigation of learning outcomes in anatomy in first year medicine at The University of Queensland.

3.45 – 4.15pm

Close, presentations and prizes