Hip Fests 2022
Binational Hip Fest 2022: Joined at the hip Melbourne, Australia
The Australian & New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry held the 2022 Binational Hip Fest in Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday 19th October.
The Hip Fest was attended by 190 people, and offered a forum to explore multidisciplinary teamwork in hip fracture care as well as highlight examples of best practice.
Thank you to everyone who attended. It was great to see you all in person!
Video recordings of the presentations are now available.
Click on the links below to access individual presentations or visit ANZHFRs YouTube site for the Binational Hip Fest 2022 Playlist
Session 1 - Hip Fracture Audit
Welcome with Acknowledgement of Country and Mihi A/Professor Catherine McDougall, Co-Chair ANZHFR and Dr Sarah Hurring; NZHFR Clinical Lead
My Experience with Hip Fracture Care Mr Stephen Peterson, Consumer representative, Safer Care Victoria
ANZHFR –10 years in 10 minutes Professor Jacqueline Close, Geriatrician and Co-Chair ANZHFR
Revised Minimum Common Dataset Dr Cristina Ojeda-Thies, Orthopaedic & trauma surgeon, Madrid, Spain
ANZHFR Bone Protection Sprint Audit A/Professor Rebecca Mitchell, Injury epidemiologist, Macquarie University, Australia and Dr Roger Harris, Geriatrician, Auckland, New Zealand
Hip Fracture Care in the Asia Pacific Region Professor Matthew Costa, Consultant trauma surgeon, Oxford, United Kingdom
Weight bearing and hip fracture Dr Seth Tarrant, Orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, John Hunter Hospital, NSW, Australia
Delving into the Data: exploring the utility of the Prognostic Nutritional Index Dr Simone Macindoe, Orthogeriatrician, Waikato Hospital, New Zealand
Impact on mortality of cement fixation for arthroplasty in hip fracture Dr Niamh Ramsay, Honorary Research Assistant, Neuroscience Research Australia, NSW, Australia
Panel Session 1 (Q&A)
Session 2 - Multidisciplinary Care
ANZHFR Nutrition Sprint Audit Dr Jack Bell, Advanced Dietitian, The Prince Charles Hospital, Queensland, Australia
Sip til Send - Reducing fasting times for surgical patients Dr Matthew Checketts, Consultant Anaesthetist, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, Scotland
Impact of COVID-19 on orthopaedic nurses Ms Anita Taylor, Orthopaedic Nurse Practitioner, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA, Australia and Ms Karen Hertz, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Royal Stoke University Hospital, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
ANZHFR Acute Rehabilitation Sprint Audit Dr Mitchell Sarkies, Senior Research Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia
Panel Session 2 (Q&A)
Session 3 - ANZHFR
ANZHFR Database Mr Stewart Fleming, Webmaster, ANZHFR
BOOST Study - Boosting inpatient exercise after hip fracture Ms Marie March, Senior Physiotherapist, Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospitals, NSW, Australia
Eat, Walk, Engage Dr Rachel Norton, Consultant Geriatrician, Ipswich Hospital, QLD, Australia
ANZ Fragility Fracture Registry and Interoperability Dr Roger Harris, Geriatrician, New Zealand
ANZHFR 2022 Annual Report Professor Jacqueline Close, Geriatrician and Co-Chair ANZHFR and Dr Sarah Hurring, Geriatrician and Clinical lead, NZHFR
Panel Session 3 (Q+A)
Session 4 - Focusing on Consumers
My Hip, My Voice Ms Elizabeth Armstrong, Consumer Reporting Project Manager, ANZHFR and Mr James Wright, Patient Reported Experience Project Manager, ANZHFR
Quality of life in people with hip fracture Professor Xavier Griffin, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
Fracture prevention and quality of life panel discussion Ms Elizabeth Armstrong (ANZHFR), Prof Xavier Griffin (Orthopaedic Surgeon), Mrs Beryl Logie (Consumer Representative, Healthy Bones Australia), Dr Nargis Shaheen (Geriatrician)
New Zealand Hip Fest 2022: From Rehab to Home Wellington, NZ
New Zealand's 3rd annual Hip Fest education day was held in beautiful Wellington on 7th September.
The Hip Festival is a chance for hospital teams caring for people after a fractured hip and contributing to the ANZHFR to gather, network, share and learn about different models of care and improvement projects across New Zealand.
This year’s theme was “Rehab to Home” with our biggest group of 80 participants. It was a great day, where speakers discussed effective rehabilitation care and support, both in hospital and in the community. The consumer voice was also heard from two of the NZHFR committee’s consumer representatives, who shared their different experiences of care, despite having the same injury and surgery. For the clinicians, hearing the consumer voice was very powerful and generated much discussion.
Thanks to all those who came along to the Hip Fest! We look forward to future opportunities to join together to improve hip fracture care.
Video recordings of the presentations are now available:
What does the data tell us? Dr Sarah Hurring; ANZHFR NZ Clinical Lead & Geriatrician, Christchurch Hospital
What does the consumer voice tell us? Caroline Miller, Consumer Representative, NZIMC
What does the consumer voice tell us? Ngarangi Naden, Consumer Representative, NZIMC
Key factors for successful rehabilitation Dr Jo Williams, Geriatrician, Hutt Hospital
Goals for fractured NOF patients Nicola Ward, NZ coordinator & CNS FLS Tauranga Hospital
Community Rehabilitation Jessie Snowdon, On the Go Physio, Christchurch