We’ll be using the Periscope live video streaming app to broadcast select sessions from the scientific program via Twitter. The recordings will also be available to watch on our Periscope channel. So if you can’t make one of the recorded sessions, you can catch up on it later. It’s also a great way of sharing sessions with colleagues who aren’t attending the ASM.

We’ll publish times and sessions here and also send out alerts on Twitter using #ASM18SYD. Here are the sessions we’ve confirmed so far:

Day Time (AEST) Presentation title Presenter Twitter handle
Sun May 6 09-09.30 Contribution of the brain to persistent/chronic pain, from both animal and human research perspectives Professor Tor Wager  @TorWager
Sun May 6 12-12.30 Would you prescribe cannabis for chronic pain if you knew this? Professor Oscar de Leon-Casasola  @OscardeLeonMD
Tue May 8 10.30-12 Ellis Gillespie Lecture: Communicating with patients – what matters Professor Karen B Domino
Tue May 8 10.30-12 Michael Cousins Lecture: The neurobiology of acute postoperative pain and the translation to post-surgical pain management guidelines Professor Oscar de Leon-Casasola  @OscardeLeonMD
Tue May 8 15.30-17.00 Anaesthetics Anonymous – human in the team Dr Robert Hackett  @patientsafe3
Tue May 8 15.30-17.00 Checklists and protocols versus surgical skill for improved outcomes Professor Michael Cox
Tue May 8 15.30-17.00 The fastest surgeon on earth Dr Rhys Thomas  @DrGetafix
Wed May 9 11-12.30 Standardised perioperative measures – why are they important Professor Paul Myles
Wed May 9 11-12.30 Behavioural economics in healthcare Dr Fiona Kiernan
Wed May 9 15.00-15.30 Update on large UK-led perioperative trials Professor Monty Mythen  @MontyMythen
Thur May 10 14-15.30 Do we need a formal ERAS program, or just give good care? Professor Timothy Pawlik  @OhioStateMed
Thur May 10 14-15.30 Does each component of ERAS matter equally, or can we just choose a few to implement? Professor Monty Mythen  @MontyMythen
Fri May 11 13.30-14.15 Lost in translation Dr Daniel Sessler  @OutcomesRC

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You don’t need to get the app to enjoy our Periscoped sessions, but it does provide a better experience.

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