ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation bookings can be made as part of the registration process, which is due to go live in March 2022.  For more information on the Hotel please visit www.qthotels.com/queenstown

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QT Queenstown

 

30 Brunswick Street, Queenstown, New Zealand

Incomparable views over the crystal clear Lake Wakatipu and breathtaking peaks of the Southern Alps set the scene at QT Queenstown.

 

All rooms feature:

  • Pillow top bed 

  • Desk and workspace

  • USB outlets

  • 42" LCD TV

  • Premium movie channels 

  • Slippers and robes

  • Minibar

  • Coffee machine and tea facilities

  • In room safe

PROGRAM

PROVISIONAL ASM PROGRAM

Tuesday 9th August

 Day 1, QT Queenstown

Session 1 - 0900 - 1030

Lower Limb Venous Incompetence
Moderator - Dr John Vrazas

0900 - 0905

Welcome

Dr Gabes Lau

0905 - 0920

Factors influencing polymerisation of n-BCA

Dr Joseph Grace

0920 - 0935

RFA v EVLT for truncal lower limb venous incompetence

Dr John Vrazas

0935 - 0950

Percutaneous management of symptomatic pelvic incompetence

Dr Martin Krauss

0950 - 1005

Percutaneous Mechanical closure of lower limb superficial truncal incompetence

Dr Brendan Buckley

1005 - 1020

Patent Foramen Ovale: Risk of stroke in endovenous interventions

Dr Gilles Laur

1020 - 1030

Panel Discussion

Morning Tea - 1030 - 1100

Session 2 - 1100 - 1230

Arteriovenous Fistulas For Haemodialysis
Moderator - Dr Brendan Buckley

1100 - 1115

Types of AVF the IR will encounter
Dr Scott Trerotola

1115 - 1145

Imaging and intervening in fistula grafts

Dr Scott Trerotola

1145 - 1200

The use of uncovered Stents in maintaining fistula patency

Prof Tim Buckenham

1200 - 1215

DEB use in percutaneous intervention in maintaining fistula patency; is it safe and evidence based?

Dr Scott Trerotola

1215 - 1230

Leave nothing behind, the Auckland experience

A/Prof Andrew Holden

Lunch - 1230 - 1330

Session 3 - 1330 - 1500

Venous intervention: New horizons, false dawns and useful guidelines

Moderator - Dr Gabes Lau

1330 - 1400

IVC Filters - the beginning of the end?

Dr Scott Trerotola

1400 - 1415

Percutaneous creation of dialysis AVFs

A/Prof Gerard Goh

1415 - 1430

2020 KDOQI guidelines – What the IR should know

Dr Scott Trerotola

1430 - 1445

Removal of incarcerated venous catheters

Dr Mark Brooks

1445 - 1500

Panel Discussion

Afternoon Tea - 1500 - 1530

Session 4 - 1530 - 1700

Portal and mesenteric venous intervention

Moderator - Dr Mark Brooks

1530 - 1545

BRTO, BATO, CARTO and beyond

Dr Warren Clements

1545 - 1600

The management of acute portal vein and TIPPS occlusion

Dr Peter Abcarian

1600 - 1615  

The difficult trans jugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt: alternative techniques

Dr Tuan Phan

1615 - 1630

Portal and Mesenteric venous stenting

Dr Radha Popuri

1630 - 1645

Simultaneous hepatic and portal vein occlusion - the next evolution in liver hypertrophy

Dr Rukshan Fernando 

1645 - 1700

Panel Discussion

Wednesday 10th August

Day 2, QT Queenstown

0745 - 0845 - Sponsored Breakfast Session 

Session 1 - 0900 - 1030

Deep venous and central venous dysfunction

Moderator - Dr Scott Trerotola

0900 - 0920  

Our experience with recanalisation of chronic ilio-caval occlusive disease

Dr Stephen Merrilees

0920 - 0940

Pre and perioperative imaging during Ilio Caval reconstruction

Dr Gerry O'Sullivan

0940 - 1000

Revascularisation of chronic venous thrombosis techniques and tricks

Dr Gerry O'Sullivan

1000 - 1020

Revascularisation of the central veins of the thorax

Dr Mark Brooks

1020 - 1030

Panel Discussion

Morning Tea - 1030 - 1100

Session 2 - 1100 - 1230

Paediatric IR Sessions
Moderator - Dr S Murthy Chennapragada

 

1100 - 1120

Paediatric venous access
Craig Gibson

1120 - 1140

Portal venous interventions in children

Dr S Murthy Chennapragada

1140 - 1200

Advanced interventional techniques in paediatric venous thromboembolism management

Dr Narayan Karunanithy

1200 - 1230

Panel Discussion

Lunch - 1230 - 1330

Session 3 - 1330 - 1500

Political viewpoints, reflections and current controversies
Moderator - Dr John Vrazas

1330 - 1345

Reflections on my two terms as IRSA President

A/Prof Gerard Goh

1345 - 1400

IRSA: Creating a faculty and subspecialist recognition

Dr Nick Brown

1400 - 1430

The EBIR, RANZCR and IRSA the future

Dr Gabes Lau

Dr Nicholas Brown

Dr Chris Rogan

1430 - 1445

Gender imbalance in IR in Australia and New Zealand

1445 - 1500

Panel Discussion

Afternoon Tea - 1500 - 1530

Session 4 - 1530 - 1700

AGM

1530 - 1700

IRSA 2022 Annual General Meeting

IRSA Executive/All IRSA Members

1530 - 1700

IR for Nurses and Radiographers

Dr Gerry O’Sullivan and

Dr Scott Trerotola

Thursday 11th August

Day 3, QT Queenstown

Sponsored Breakfast Session - 0745 - 0845

Session 1 - 0900 - 1030

Registrar Research Papers

Morning Tea - 1030 - 1100

Session 2 - 1100 - 1230

New techniques and technologies; updates of technologies undergoing assessment

Moderator - A/Prof Andrew Holden

1100 - 1115

Percutaneous balloon lithoplasty

Hyukjoon (Howard) Lee

1115 - 1130

Pulmonary angioplasty

Dr Tim Joseph

1130 - 1145

A new liquid embolic agent

Dr Martin Krauss

1145 - 1200

Active aneurysm sac management - failures and successes

A/Prof Andrew Holden

1200 - 1215

Venous stents the good, the bad and the unavailable

Dr Gerry O'Sullivan

1215 - 1230

Panel Discussion

Lunch - 1230 - 1330

Session 3 - 1330 - 1500

IR Quiz

Moderator - Prof Timothy Buckenham

 

Afternoon Tea - 1500 - 1530

Session 4 - 1530 - 1700

Moderator - Dr Gabes Lau

 

1530 - 1625

Mortality and morbidity case presentation and discussion

 

Interventional Radiologists, nurses and radiographers only

1625 - 1700

Interesting case presentations

Meeting Close - 1700