End-of-Life Care Webinar
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April 25, 2023 at 11:30am - 12:30pm
End-of-Life Care Webinar
We all care for older people in our emergency departments around the world. Sadly, many of these people are at the end of their lives, and some will die in the emergency department.
This online event will showcase world leaders who have thought deeply about the topic and will cover issues such as:
- Conversations about resuscitation for seriously ill people in the emergency department
- How are these conversations different in different countries
- How can we learn from different cultures and healthcare systems
This event is suitable for:
- Geriatric and palliative care providers
- Emergency clinicians of all experiences
- Healthcare professionals
This event was held on 25 April 2023. You can now purchase access to the recording:
$75AUD High Income and Upper Middle Income Countries
$38AUD High Income and Upper Middle Income Countries student/nurse/allied health
$7AUD Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries
This online event will consist of three 15-minute presentations with 15 minutes of questions and discussion.
All delegates will be given access to the recording after the event and a certificate of attendance.
Kei Ouchi and Thida Prachanukool (USA and Thailand)
Dr Kei Ouchi, MD, MPH, is a clinician-scientist and clinically active as an associate physician in the emergency department and a home hospital physician in the Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In addition, Dr Ouchi is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. After growing up in Osaka, Japan, Dr Ouchi received his M.D. from Georgetown, completed a combined emergency medicine/internal medicine residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and completed Health Policy Research Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, concurrently earning a Master of Public Health from Harvard. Dr Ouchi’s research focuses on identifying older adults who would benefit from advance care planning conversations and empowering them to formulate their goals for medical care in the emergency department. Dr Ouchi teaches evidence-based palliative care communication training locally, nationally, and internationally. Dr Ouchi is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Paul B. Beeson Emerging Leaders Career Development Award in Aging from the National Institute on Aging, the Sojourns Scholars Leadership Award from the Cambia Health Foundation, and the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of State.
Dr Thidathit Prachanukool, MD, is an emergency physician and assistant professor at the Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University in Thailand; currently training for a research fellowship regarding palliative care in emergency medicine with Dr Kei Ouchi at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School in the USA.
Mary Dawood (UK)
Ms Mary Dawood RN. BSc (Hons)MSc PGDip, is a Consultant Nurse in the Emergency Directorate at Imperial College Healthcare Trust London and Honorary Lecturer at the Imperial College London.
Ms Dawood is a co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing and wrote the Emergency Practitioner Handbook (Informa UK LTD). In addition, Ms Dawood is an Associate Editor of Emergency Medicine Journal (BMJ Publishing Group).
Paul Ho (Hong Kong)
Dr Paul Ho graduated from the University of Hong Kong in 1986. He was Chief of the Accident and Emergency Department and deputized Hospital Chief Executive of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Hong Kong. He was President of the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine from 2011 – 2017. He is the current Vice-President of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. His main interests are trauma care, geriatric emergency, end-of-life care and administrative medicine.