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12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses and College of Emergency Nursing Australasia Joint Meet

Pan Pacific Perth Hotel * | Perth, AUSTRALIA
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Title: 12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses and College of Emergency Nursing Australasia Joint Meet
Specialty: , Emergency Medicine
Dates: From Oct, 8, 2014 to Oct, 10, 2014
Location: Perth, AUSTRALIA
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 275 to 895 USD
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I would like to take this opportunity as conference convener for the 12th International Conference for Emergency Nurses to invite you to beautiful Perth over in Western Australia.

ICEN 2014 promises to be a fantastic 3 day conference as we explore the ‘Innovation and industry, inspiring the art and science of emergency care”. This conference is sure to have something for everyone that attends, and is guaranteed to have going back to your work places inspired, engaged and ready to challenge dogma and to introduce innovative ways to change both your practice and the way your department practices emergency care.

ICEN 2014 will also have an excellent social program attached to it to allow exploring both beautiful Perth and allowing you the opportunity to network and create relationships with emergency nurses from both interstate and overseas.

I look forward to seeing you all at ICEN 2014.

Kane Guthrie
ICEN 2014 Conference Convenor.


This page will be updated with Invited Speakers details as planning proceeds


Professor Julie Considine

Deakin University Chair, Nursing at Eastern Heath

Professor Julie Considine is the Deakin University Chair in Nursing at Eastern Heath, one of Victoria’s largest health care services. Julie has held clinical, education and research roles in emergency nursing over the last two decades and internationally recognised as a leader in research and education in emergency care.

Julie is a Founding Fellow of the College of Emergency Nursing Australasia (CENA), and in 2013 was awarded the Julie Finucane OAM Medal for leadership in emergency nursing and commitment to CENA.

She is the Deputy Editor of the Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal and represents CENA on the Australian Resuscitation Council where she also holds a position on their National Executive as Basic Life Support Convener. Julie has over 70 refereed journal publication and has attracted more than $4M in research and project funding.


Professor Kenneth D. Walsh

RPN, RGN, BNurs (UNE), PhD (Adelaide)

Fellow of the Joanna Briggs Institute, Professor of Translational Research in Nursing and Midwifery, School of Health Sciences, University of Tasmania and Department of Health and Human Services, The Tasmanian Health Organisation - South.

Professor Walsh began his nursing career over 35 years ago. Initially qualifying as a mental health nurse he went on to work in community psychiatric nursing and group and individual therapy. After completing general nursing training in 1986 he commenced a career in nursing education.

Since 1999 Kenneth has held joint university and health service appointments. He has held clinical chairs in health services and universities in Australia and New Zealand. Kenneth has extensive experience in developing effective, evidence based and person-centred workplace cultures and building university/health service collaborations.

Kenneth has an excellent understanding of nursing and interdisciplinary workforce collaboration and development and has led health service research and practice development programs aimed at building the workforce capacity in clinical research and person-centred care.

This work has been underpinned by collaborations to build the practical and theoretical base for health service reform and development in order to improve patient outcomes. His work on building engagement and solution-focused approaches for practice change has seen Prof Walsh invited as a visiting scholar to seven universities in the UK and Australia.


David Corkill

Director, Think Ask Learn

David is well regarded and highly experienced educator in healthcare with over 10 years of local and international nurse education experience. David has a strong background in Emergency Nursing Care for nearly 20 years. He currently is the nurse educator for one of the largest emergency departments in Australasia.

His passion is for delivering high quality, interactive education solutions that are clinically relevant and easily accessible for clinical staff. David designs and conducts education using a wide range of delivery modes to ensure that optimal learning outcomes have been achieved. He has helped develop interactive e-learning solutions for the departmental website

David is currently an instructor for the Trauma Nursing Program (TNP- CENA endorsed), Advanced Paediatric Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Emergo Disaster Systems- Senior Instructor. David travels extensively to deliver education and has a significant understanding of the issues faced by health care professionals in achieving quality education outcomes.


Dr Michelle Johnston

Michelle Johnston has worked as a consultant Emergency Physician in her beloved Royal Perth Hospital, a down and dirty inner city hospital for over a decade. She is heavily involved in teaching, and loves clinical work, but when it comes to social media, she is like the syndromic cousin in the corner who gets brought out and patted on the head once in a while.


Professor Daniel Fatovich

Professor Daniel Fatovich completed his specialty training in Emergency Medicine in 1990. He then obtained a dual appointment as a staff specialist at Royal Perth Hospital (1992-present), and also as Director of Emergency Medicine at Swan District Hospital (1992-1999). During this time, he developed his research skills, with a particular focus on resuscitation. He has been chief investigator for a number of randomised controlled trials, mainly in the field of resuscitation.

He is well known for his research and publications in emergency medicine, and in 1995 won the John Gilroy Potts Award from the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM). He is a regular speaker at state, national and international meetings. In 2003 he was awarded the ACEM Foundation 20 Medal, in appreciation for his contribution to the development of the College during its formative years.

In 2006, Professor Fatovich obtained an academic appointment at the University of Western Australia, within the Discipline of Emergency Medicine. This was the first academic appointment in Emergency Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital, one of the busiest Emergency Departments in Australasia. In 2012, he completed his PhD, with a thesis titled: Major trauma in Western Australia and the effects of distance, time and remoteness on mortality. He supervises advanced trainee registrars for the research component of their Fellowship. He is a senior adjudicator for this for ACEM and is a member of the ACEM Trainee Research Committee.




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Rooms have been reserved for delegates at the following hotels and can be booked when registering. All rates are per room, per night and do not include breakfast, unless otherwise specified. If you have any questions or require alternative arrangements please email Conference Design.

Accommodation Bookings

You will need to provide credit card details when booking accommodation . Your credit card details will be forwarded to the hotel to guarantee your booking. In the event of a cancellation or a 'no show' a cancellation fee may be charged to your card by the hotel.

Accommodation Accounts

You will need to settle your hotel account, including any incidental expenses, when checking out. Any pre-payments we receive prior to the conference will have been forwarded to your hotel.

Accommodation Cancellation

Cancellations and date change must be advised in writing to Conference Design. Cancellations received within 60 days of arrival or 'no-shows' may attract a penalty of at least one night’s accommodation. Please carefully read cancellation policy for each hotel below.

Early Check-in Requests

Early check-in and late check-out requests are subject to availability on the day and cannot be confirmed by Conference Design. 

You can enter special requests for early check-in in the "Special Requests" field of your reservation. The hotel will do its best to accommodate your request on the day. Please inquire about the status of your request at the front desk upon check-in.


Hotels and Rates

A range of accommodation options have been reserved for attendees.

For each hotel below we have indicated if we have used all of our block booking. The online registration form allows you to book accommodation at hotels where we have rooms available for the conference.


Pan Pacific Perth

207 Adelaide Terrace Perth (ICEN Conference Venue)

$275 Standard (1 king bed / 2 single beds / 2 double beds / 1 single and 1 double)

Pan Pacific Standard Rooms offer the perfect place to start and end your day, with high speed Wi-Fi to keep you connected 24/7 and plush cushion top beds for a wonderful night’s sleep. Complimentary newspapers and 24 hour fitness centre access are designed to make you feel at home. 
Extra Person: A $70.00 charge is applicable for a third adult or rollaway bed (adult or child), with a maximum of one rollaway per room and a maximum of 3 guests allowed per room.

Cancellation Policy: For any rooms cancelled within 30 days, a cancellation fee will be charged which is equal to the total of all room nights cancelled. No shows and early departures will be subject to full cancellation fee of the quoted rate per night that is cancelled or reduced.

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Invitation to Submit

On behalf of the Conference Organising Committee, we extend a warm invitation for you to join us at the 2014 International Conference for Emergency Nurses to be held October 8-11 at Pan Pacific, Perth, Australia.

The conference theme is 'Innovation and industry, inspiring the art and science of Emergency Care', with the following lead sub-themes:

  • Science and dogma in emergency care
  • The art and science of education- what works
  • Best practice and clinical innovation
  • The use of industry, innovation and technology in emergency care
  • Future directions and future challenges in emergency care

We invite you to submit an abstract summarising interesting and topical research, quality or other initiatives reflecting the conference theme(s). Abstracts must be structured providing an outline of the aims and content of the presentation, and be no more than 300 words long.

Abstracts detailing research or quality projects should include at least preliminary results. All abstracts must be submitted on-line through the Online Portal.

We look forward to receiving your submissions and meeting you in Perth.

Ms Eileen Banks and Mr Scott Hawkins
ICEN 2014 Scientific Co-Convenors

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Conference Design Pty Ltd.
228 Liverpool Street HOBART TAS 7000, Australia
+61 3 03 6231 2999
+61 3 6231 1522


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