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Level II Oncoplastic Surgery

Cadaveric Workshop
8-9 October 2014
MERF AND HOLY SPIRIT NORTHSIDE PRIVATE HOSPITAL
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA.
Australasian
Society for
Breast Disease
HOSTED I N PARTNERSHI P BY
Australasian Breast Congress
9-11 October 2014
SURFERS PARADISE MARRIOTT RESORT I GOLD COAST
AND
REGISTRATION BROCHURE
Australasian Breast Congress
9-11 October 2014
SURFERS PARADISE MARRIOTT RESORT, GOLD COAST
Invitation
On behalf of the Australasian Society for Breast Disease and
BreastSurgANZ, we are delighted to invite you to the inaugural
Australasian Breast Congress and Level II Oncoplastic Surgery
Cadaveric Workshop.
The role of loco-regional therapy in providing optimal breast
cancer treatment will be emphasised. The Congress will include
a communication workshop, a wealth management workshop
and a trainee workshop, with session topics covering areas such
as oncoplastic surgery, immediate breast reconstruction, partial
radiotherapy, axilla management and neoadjuvant treatment.
The Level II Oncoplastic Surgery Cadaveric Workshop will be
held at the Holy Spirit Northside Hospital Education Centre and
Medical Engineering Research Facility (MERF) in Brisbane. Miss
Anne Tansley and Mr Richard Sutton from the UK will run the
workshop assisted by local faculty. Places will be strictly limited at
20 participants and ve observers.
The noted international speakers and local expert faculty will
together provide plenty of interest and whilst the slant is largely
surgical, the Congress will be of great value to all disciplines.
In addition to updating your knowledge and skills, the Congress
provides an important forum for professional and social interaction
between delegates from the various disciplines.
We look forward to welcoming you in October!
Daniel de Viana
President
ASBD
Organising Committee
Dr David Littlejohn Dr Christopher Pyke
Dr Daniel de Viana Mr David Walters
Dr Yvonne Zissiadis Ms Solei Gibbs
About the Australasian Society for Breast Disease
The Australasian Society for Breast Disease was constituted in 1997.
Its primary goal is to promote multidisciplinary understanding and
practice in the prevention, detection, diagnosis and management of
breast disease and research into this area of medicine. The Societys
Executive provides for broad multidisciplinary representation.
The Society thanks current members for their support and involvement
and welcomes new members from all disciplines involved in the area
of breast disease. You can download a membership application form
from our website: www.asbd.org.au or contact the Secretariat.
Contact Details
Australasian Society for Breast Disease
PO Box 1124, Coorparoo DC Qld 4151
T: +61 7 3847 1946 F: +61 7 3847 7563
E: info@asbd.org.au W: www.asbd.org.au
BreastSurgANZ
Breast Surgeons of Australia and New Zealand Incorporated
(BreastSurgANZ) is the primary group of surgeons treating patients
with breast disease, benign and malignant, in Australia and New
Zealand. The care provided by our members is totally patient centred.
The Society is committed to improving patient care through teaching,
research, and the development of evidence-based strategies.
Individual members surgical performance and outcomes is
continuously monitored through assessment via the BreastSurgANZ
Quality Audit (formerly the National Breast Cancer Audit.)
Contact details
BreastSurgANZ
PO Box 243, Botany NSW 1455
E: media@breastsurganz.com E: members@breastsurganz.com
E: partners@breastsurganz.com W: http://www.breastsurganz.com/
Gold Coast
Gold Coast offers a wide range of attractions for visitors of all
ages. Its 42 kilometres of beautiful, golden beaches are washed
by the sparkling waters of the Pacic Ocean, basking in 300 days
of sunshine a year.
Situated little more than an hours drive south from Brisbane, this
international resort city provides activities for everyone, from ne
waterfront dining and cruises to golf on some of Australias nest
courses, adventure sports and theme parks.
Venue
The Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa is a 28 level ve star
hotel, with rooms offering views of the Pacic Ocean, Hinterland
and Nerang River. Highlights include a saltwater lagoon, man-
made coral reef with tropical sh, sandy beaches, freshwater
pools and spas, waterslide, waterfalls and tropical gardens.
The Marriott is located near the top end of Gold Coast, 110
kilometres from the Brisbane Airport (about one hour 15 minutes
by car) and 25 kilometres from the Coolangatta Airport.
Sponsors
Our sincere thanks to all the sponsors for their support.
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Andrew Spillane
President
BreastSurgANZ
Keynote speakers
Prof Hiram (Chip) S. Cody III MD, FACS
Hiram Cody is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Columbia
University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He completed
Surgical Residency at The Roosevelt Hospital in New York, and
a Surgical Oncology Fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center, where he is currently Attending Surgeon (Breast
Service, Department of Surgery), Member (Memorial Hospital),
and Professor of Clinical Surgery (Weill Cornell Medical College).
His clinical research over the last 15 years has focused on
sentinel lymph node biopsy. He is President of the American
Society of Breast Surgeons, and is Past-President of the New
York Metropolitan Breast Cancer Group. He is Editor of the journal
Breast Diseases and the multi-author textbook Sentinel Lymph
Node Biopsy. He serves on numerous editorial boards, reviews
and lectures widely, and is the author of more than 200 peer-
reviewed papers, editorials, book chapters and reviews.
Mr Richard Sutton MBBS, FRCS, FRCS
Richard Sutton is a Consultant General Surgeon with a special
interest in Breast Surgery, in particular cosmetic, oncoplastic and
breast reconstructive surgery. He is the Director of the Breast Unit
at the Royal United hospital in Bath, UK.
The UK is fortunate in having a very well developed training
programme in oncoplastic & reconstructive breast surgery.
Mr Sutton is actively involved in this training programme being
the Director for the Specialty Skills Course in Breast Surgery
(Principles in Breast Reconstruction - level1) at the Royal College
of Surgeons of England as well as a tutor and examiner for the UK
National Masters of Surgery course in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery.

Miss Anne Tansley MBCHB, FRCS(ED), FRCS
Anne Tansley has been a Specialist Consultant Breast Surgeon
at The Royal Liverpool University Hospital since 2006. After
qualifying in 1992 at the Liverpool Medical School she spent time
training at Concord Hospital Sydney, Australia, completing her
training in the Mersey Region until taking up specialist breast
practice as a consultant surgeon. She was later appointed to the
National Oncoplastic Fellowship Training program in 2004 and
spent a year working in the Whiston NHS Plastics Unit and the
Royal Liverpool University Hospital as the Breast Fellow working
out of the Linda McCartney Breast Unit. As the RCS Breast Tutor
she is involved in organising a successful National Teaching
Program for surgeons and trainees. Miss Tansleys special clinical
interests include diagnostic aspects such as breast assessment
clinics and surgical management in Breast Screening; all
aspects of oncoplastic breast surgery including therapeutic
mammaplasty,implant based breast reconstruction and use
of Acellular Dermal Matrices; and symmetrization techniques
including breast augmentation; breast lift and reduction. Her
research interests are: lumpectomy (breast conserving surgery
including breast reduction surgery for breast cancer treatment
and surgical training in the specialty of breast surgery.
Local faculty
Dr Richard De Boer
Consultant Medical Oncologist, Royal Melbourne and Western
Hospitals, Melbourne
Dr Meagan Brennan
Breast Physician, Westmead Breast Cancer Institute and Breast
and Surgical Oncology, The Poche Centre; Clinical Senior Lecturer,
Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney
Dr Daniel de Viana
Breast Surgeon and VMO BreastScreen Qld, Gold Coast; President,
Australasian Society for Breast Disease
Mr Simon Farmer
Director Walshs
A/Prof Gelarah Fashid
Senior Consultant Pathologist, SA Pathology and Royal Adelaide
Hospital
Dr James French
Head, Breast Surgery, Westmead Breast Cancer Institute, Sydney
Dr Michael Gattas
Clinical Geneticist, Brisbane Genetics
A/Prof Sandi Hayes
Senior Research Fellow, School of Public Health, Institute of Health
and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane
Dr Brigid Hickey
Acting Director, Radiation Oncology Mater Service, Princess
Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane
Dr Guy Hingston
Surgeon and Senior Lecturer, University of NSW
Mr James Kollias
Senior Consultant Surgeon, Breast and Endocrine Surgery, Royal
Adelaide Hospital;Senior Visiting Surgeon, BreastScreen SA;
Senior Lecturer, Surgery, University of Adelaide
A/Prof Margot Lehman
Senior Staff Specialist, Radiation Oncology, Princess Alexandra
Hospital, Brisbane
Dr David Littlejohn
Breast Oncoplastic and Endocrine Surgeon, Wagga Wagga, NSW;
designated Surgeon, South West Breast Screen, NSW
Prof Bruce Mann
Director of The Breast Service, The Royal Melbourne and
Royal Womens Hospital, Melbourne and Professor of Surgery,
University of Melbourne
Dr Kerry McMahon
Radiologist, Queensland X-Ray, Brisbane
Dr Teresa Nano
Breast and Endocrine Surgeon, Visiting Medical Ofcer,
Greenslopes Private Hospital, BreastScreen Queensland and
Wesley Breast Clinic, Brisbane
Dr Nirmala Pathmanathan
Executive Director, Westmead Breast Cancer Institute Westmead
Hospital, Sydney
A/Prof Christopher Pyke
Chairman, BreastSurgANZ Foundation, Associate Professor of
Surgery Mater Hospital South Brisbane
Prof Christobel Saunders
Deputy Head of School, School of Surgery, University of Western
Australia, Perth
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Dr Raja Sawhney
VMO, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons, Gold Coast University
Hospital
Dr Catherine Shannon
Director of Medical Oncology, Mater Hospitals, Brisbane
A/Prof Andrew Spillane
Associate Professor of Surgical Oncology, The University of
Sydney, Northern Clinical School, Mater Hospital and Royal North
Shore Hospital, Sydney; President, BreastSurgANZ
A/Prof Jane Turner
Discipline of Psychiatry, University of Queensland, Brisbane
Mr David Walters
Senior Consultant Surgeon, Breast and Endocrine Surgery, The
Queen Elizabeth Hospital; Senior Visiting Surgeon, BreastScreen
SA; Senior Lecturer, Surgery, University of Adelaide
Dr Sanjay Warrier
Chairman, Post Fellowship Training, BreastSurgANZ
Mr Michael Waycott,
Director, The Bongiorno Group
Prof Ibrahim Zardawi
Conjoint Professor, University of Newcastle and DHM Pathology,
Newcastle
Dr Yvonne Zissiadis
Radiation Oncologist, Genesiscancercare WA/Royal Perth Hospital
Call for paper or poster presentation abstracts
Registrants wishing to present a paper or poster at the Australasian
Breast Congress must submit an abstract.
The deadline for the submission of abstracts is strictly 25 July 2014.
All submitted abstracts will proceed to peer review on this date.
Accepted abstracts will be included in the Congress Handbook and on
ASBD website. A selection of the best abstracts from ASBD Scientic
Meetings have been published in The Breast journal and it is hoped
that this will again occur after the Congress.
The Organising Committee reserves the right to accept or reject
abstracts on the basis of clinical and/or scientic content, and will
select the best abstracts for oral presentation based on scientic
merit. All registrants will be advised accordingly by 29 August 2014.
Those selected and invited for oral presentation will be listed in the
scientic program.
Guidelines for the preparation of paper and
poster presentation abstracts
Abstracts not following the guidelines will not be considered.
Size and presentation
Each abstract:
Should contain no more than 300 words
Must be typed single-spaced in 10 point, Arial
Must be free of typographical and grammatical errors
Acknowledgements should NOT be included in abstract or poster
Title
In upper and lower case letters, the title should be brief and state
clearly the nature of the presentation.
Authors names
Authors should be listed by surname and initials, with the
presenting authors name marked with an asterisk (*). Degrees,
titles and awards are not to be shown.
Department of origin
Immediately following the authors names, type the department of
origin, institution, city, state, country of author.
Body of abstract
Use the following headings:
Background and purpose
Methods
Results
Conclusions
References (maximum of two)
Abbreviations
Standard abbreviations may be used for common terms only. For
uncommon terms, the abbreviations should be given in brackets
after the rst full use of the word.
Abstract submission
Abstracts must be submitted in two forms:
Email: Abstracts must be forwarded via email, as a Microsoft Word
attachment to: info@asbd.org.au Facsimile transmission of the
abstract will not be accepted.
Printed on an A4 page: The original abstract must be sent in
hardcopy also. Mail your abstract to:
Australasian Breast Congress
PO Box 1124, Coorparoo DC Qld 4151, Australia
Paper presentations
Presentations will be 10 minutes including 2 minutes for
discussion. Please indicate audiovisual requirements when
forwarding your abstract.

Poster presentation requirements
Prepare and bring with you to the meeting all poster components.
The poster must include a heading panel as shown in the
diagram.
Velcro tape will be available for mounting your poster on the
display panel.
Poster Board 1.0 m x 1.0 m maximum size
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Program
Please note that the program is subject to change.
WEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER 2014
07:30 Transfer by coach for Cadaver Workshop participants from
Brisbane Marriott Hotel
08:00-18:30 Level II Oncoplastic Surgery Cadaveric Workshop day 1
Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Medical
Sr Edith Education Centre, Holy Spirit Northside Private
Hospital and MERF, Brisbane
Faculty: Richard Sutton, Anne Tansley, David Littlejohn,
Elisabeth Elder, Richard Martin, Daniel de Viana,
James French, Melissa Bocher, Cindy Mak, Andrew Spillane,
Lee Jackson
19:30-22:00 Cadaver Workshop Dinner
Venue and cost TBA
THURSDAY 9 OCTOBER 2014
08:30-18:00 Congress registration
07:30 Transfer by coach for Cadaver Workshop participants from
Brisbane Marriott Hotel
08:00-16:30 Level II Oncoplastic Surgery Cadaveric Workshop day 2
Sponsored by Device Technologies
Sr Edith Education Centre, Holy Spirit Northside Private
Hospital and MERF, Brisbane
Faculty: Richard Sutton, Anne Tansley, David Littlejohn,
James Kollias, Elisabeth Elder, Richard Martin,
Daniel de Viana, James French, Melissa Bocher, Cindy Mak,
Andrew Spillane, Lee Jackson
(16:30- Transfer by coach to Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort)
09:00-12:30 Workshop: Communications
Jane Turner
10:00-12:00 Workshop: Maximising Your Earnings in Private Practice
Sponsored by Bongiornos
Michael Waycott, Simon Farmer, Director Walshs
12:30-14:30 Lunch Seminar: Gene Expression Proling and Molecular
Subtyping in Breast Cancer
Sponsored by Genome Investigation
Michael Gattas, Ibrahim Zardawi, Guy Hingston
14:30-17:30 Post Fellowship Trainee Workshop
Sanjay Warrier and BreastSurgANZ faculty
18:00-19:30 Welcome drinks
FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER 2014
07:00-08:45 Educational breakfast session: Gene Expression Assays for
Breast Cancer and Their Use in the Real World
Sponsored by Genomic Health
Capturing Tumor Biology Beyond
Traditional Factors Richard de Boer
Incorporating Genomic Assay in
Clinical Practice Bruce Mann
09:00-10:30 Session 1: Screening and Diagnostics
Welcome Andrew Spillane
and Daniel de Viana
Advances in Breast Imaging -
New Imaging Technology Kerry McMahon
Whats wrong with BreastScreen
screening? Meagan Brennan
Expanding the indications for MRI:
What is best practice? Christobel Saunders
Confessions of a MRI sceptic Hiram Cody
Discussion / questions Faculty
10:30-11:00 Morning break
11:00-12:30 Session 2: Oncoplastic Techniques
Chair: Daniel de Viana
Single stage reconstruction Anne Tansley
Lesion localisation TBC
New techniques and technologies
in reconstruction Raja Sawhney
Therapeutic mammoplasty Richard Sutton
Discussion / questions Faculty
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Session 3: Keynote and Proffered Papers
Chair: Andrew Spillane
Keynote: The management of the
axilla post Z0011 Hiram Cody
Discussion / questions
Proffered papers
15:00-15:30 Afternoon break
15:30-17:00 Session 4A: Radiotherapy
Chair: Yvonne Zissiadis
Accelerated partial breast
irradiation - Cochrane review Brigid Hickey
MSK experience Hiram Cody
Issues in treating patients with
reconstruction TBC
Reconstructive options in the high
risk patient Raja Sawhney
Discussion / questions Faculty
15:30-17:00 Session 4B: Survivorship
Chair: Christobel Saunders
Physical health and quality of life in
breast cancer survivors Sandy Hayes
Psychosexual health Jane Turner
Survivorship Q&A Panel
(Managing side effects of hormonal
manipulation; new models of follow up;
Conveying risk counselling the high
risk non-BRCA patient)
17:00-18:00 Networking drinks
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014
07:30-08:45 ASBD Annual General Meeting
09:00-10:30 Session 5: Neoadjuvant
Sponsored by Roche Products
Chair: Bruce Mann
Neoadjuvant therapy Expanding
the indications Andrew Spillane
Neoadjuvant therapy and axillary
staging MSK experience Hiram Cody
Interpreting pathology during and
after neoadjuvant therapy Gelarah Fashid
Trials update Catherine Shannon
Discussion / questions Faculty
10:30-11:00 Morning break
11:00-12:30 Session 6: Genetics and Proffered Papers
Sponsored by AstraZeneca
Breast Cancer biology: Prognostic and
predictive factors in current practice Nirmala Pathmanathan
Discussion
Proffered papers
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Session 7: MDM
Chair/Moderator: James Kollias
Panel: multidisciplinary
15:00-15:30 Afternoon break
15:30-17:00 Session 8: Debates
Chair: Christopher Pyke
The axilla is the responsibility of the Teresa Nano and
surgeon not the radiation oncologist Margot Lehman
Oncoplastic surgery serves two Hiram Cody and
masters poorly: oncology and plastics Richard Sutton
Closing comments
19:0023:00 Congress dinner
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CME
The Australasian Breast Congress and the Level II Oncoplastic
Surgery Cadaveric Workshop will be submitted to the RACS and
RANZCR for approval within the relevant CME programs. The
outcomes of these applications will be published at a later date.
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of the Australasian Society for Breast
Disease will be held at 07:30 hours on Saturday 11 October 2014.
As breakfast will be served during the Meeting, please conrm
your attendance/non attendance upon registration. Admission is
free to members only.
Social Program
Lunches
Daily lunches are included in the registration fee. Additional
tickets are available at $45 per person.
WEDNEDAY 8 OCTOBER 2014
19:30-22:00 Cadaveric workshop dinner
Venue and cost TBA
THURSDAY 9 OCTOBER 2014
18:00-19:30 Welcome reception
Meet your fellow delegates at a casual get together by
the Marriott pool. Included for full time delegates and
registered partners. Additional tickets: $60 per person.
FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER 2014
17:00-18:00 Networking drinks
Following the last session for the day, take the
opportunity to network with your colleagues and trade
representatives and enjoy relaxed drinks and canapes.
Included for full and Friday day only delegates and
registered partners. No additional tickets available.
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014
19:00-22:30 Congress dinner
Be transported to an evening of sparkle and glamour
as ne bubbles meld with crystal bling together with
the smooth zz of Jazz to make the perfect cocktail!
Dinner will include pre dinner refreshments, dinner
and drinks, and entertainment. Included for full time
delegates and registered partners. Additional tickets:
$130 per person.
Accommodation
Special accommodation rates have been negotiated with Surfers
Paradise Marriott Resort, the Congress venue, Mantra Sun City
and the Brisbane Marriott Hotel (for those attending Cadaver
Workshop). Check-in is from 14:00 hours for all three and check-
out at 11:00 hours for the Marriotts and 10:00 hours for Mantra
Sun City. While early check-in or late check-out may be available
upon request, these cannot be guaranteed.
The room rates are available only by booking through the
Congress Secretariat.
To conrm your accommodation booking, you must provide
a deposit of one nights tariff with the registration form. Late
cancellation of accommodation is likely to incur a penalty of one
nights tariff.
Unless arrangements for late check-in have been made
beforehand, rooms will be released after 18:00 hours.
As the Congress is held during a busy period, it is advisable that
you register by mid-August to secure accommodation.
All credit card payments to hotels will incur a 2% surcharge.
All guests are required to provide a credit card pre-authorisation
per room on arrival to cover any miscellaneous charges.
Brisbane Marriott Hotel
515 Queen Street,
Brisbane
T: +61 7 3303 8000
F: +61 7 3303 8089
W: www.brisbanemarriott.com
Brisbane Marriott Hotel is conveniently located in the CBD and
just a stones throw away from chic shopping, cultural precincts,
riverside dining and the picturesque river boardwalk. The guest
rooms offer stunning views of the Brisbane River, Story Bridge,
Kangaroo Point Cliffs or City Skyline. Brisbane Marriott has a bar
and a restaurant and The Dome Spa Retreat. The Grecian inspired
pool deck offers guests a unique space to relax and revive, with a
spa, sauna and fully equipped gymnasium.
Full buffet breakfast is available in Motion Bar & Grill at $35 per
person and Continental buffet breakfast at $30 per person.
Concierge entrance is 35 Howard Street; Congierce will valet park
your car in the hotel. All inhouse guests are guaranteed a car
parking space but booking essential. Cost is $50 per car, per day.
Direct contact for Concierge: +61 7 3303 8025.
Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort
158 Ferny Avenue,
Surfers Paradise Qld 4217
T: +61 7 5592 9800
F: + 61 7 5592 9888
W: www.marriott.com.au
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Cost Per night Incl GST
City view room (king or two double beds) $235
River view room (king or two double beds) $235
Cost Per night Incl GST
Hinterland view room (king or two double beds) $220
Ocean view room (king or two double beds) $280
Studio suite (king bed) $430
Executive suite (king bed) $540
Rollaway bed $ 40
The maximum capacity for guestrooms is three adults or two
adults and two children (14 years of ages or under).
Facilities include a Spa and Health Club including a beauty and
health salon, an aquatic playground complete with articial coral
reef and tropical sh, tennis courts, two restaurants, a pool bar, a
cafe and the Lobby Lounge Bar. Babysitting can be arranged and
the Kids Klub is available for children aged 2-14 years. Bookings
for babysitting need to be made direct with the Marriott. Full
buffet breakfast is available at the Lagoon Restaurant at a special
discounted rate of $30 per person.
Parking costs: $2 for up to three hours; $5 for up to ve hours;
$10 for the day. Valet parking is $20 per day.
Mantra Sun City
3400 Surfers Paradise Boulevard,
Surfers Paradise Qld 4217
T: +61 7 5584 6000
F: +61 7 5584 6666
W: www.mantrasuncity.com.au
Hotel rooms and a variety of apartments are available:
The above rates are based on a minimum 2 nights stay. This rate
does not include daily cleaning service. Breakfast is $20 per
person per day.
Mantra Sun City Resort is located almost across the road from
the Marriott, only a few minutes walk away. Its facilities include
a 35 metre salt water swimming lagoon, a spa and a heated
swimming pool, tennis courts, water slides, gymnasium and a
sauna. The apartments are self contained with a microwave oven,
dishwasher, refrigerator, crockery, kitchen utensils, washing
machine and dryer.

Travel
Airport transfers
Con-X-ion coach transfers
www.con-x-ion.com.au
one way return
Brisbane Airport to Surfers Marriott $55 $105
Gold Coast Airport to Surfers Marriott $24 $40
Brisbane Airport to Brisbane Marriott $20
They meet every ight and bookings are not essential.
Hughes Limousines
www.hugheslimousines.com.au
1300 615 165
Brisbane Airport to Surfers Marriott $215
Gold Coast Airport to Surfers Marriott $74
Limoso
www.limoso.com.au
1300 LIMOSO 07 3260 1051
admin@limoso.com.au
Brisbane Airport to Surfers Marriott $215
Gold Coast Airport to Surfers Marriott $74
Taxis
Brisbane Airport to Surfers Marriott approx. $250
Gold Coast Airport to Surfers Marriott approx. $65
AirTrain
www.airtrain.com.au
07 3216 3308
Brisbane Airport to Gold Coast Door to Door $55
Visa
All travellers to Australia, other than New Zealand residents,
require a valid entry Visa prior to travel to Australia. Please
contact your travel agent or airline for further details.
Registration Information
Please note that your Meeting registration cannot be conrmed
until your completed registration form and the appropriate
payment has been received. Delegate numbers are limited so
early registration is advised.
*Please note that the discounted registration fees are only available
for those members of the ASBD and BreastSurgANZ who have paid
their membership subscription fee for the 2014-2015 year.
**The prerequisite for applying to attend the Cadaver workshop
is to have attended Level I cadaver workshop within the last two
years or to have achieved a reasonable level of experience in Level
I techniques. Registrants are required to provide details of same.
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Hotel room (double or twin) $130 per room per night
1 bedroom apartment (designed for
two people but can accommodate
up to three people)
$150 per apartment
per night
2 bedroom apartment (designed for
four people but can accommodate
up to ve people)
$220 per apartment
per night
Family apartment (designed for six
people but can accommodate up to
seven people)
$350 per apartment
per night
Extra person in apartment $ 40 per person per night
Registration fees (incl. GST) Before 1 August
2014
After 1
August 2014
Full delegate - member* $770 $850
Full delegate $870 $950
Day delegate - member* $450 $450
Day delegate $550 $550
Partner $500 $500
Trainee / registered nurse/
allied health
$650 $700
Workshop: Oncoplastic Cadaver - full** $2,500
Workshop: Oncoplastic Cadaver observer** $1,000
Workshop: Communication Free
Workshop: Maximising your income in private practice Free
Lunch Seminar: Gene expression proling and
molecular subtyping in breast cancer
$80
Post Fellowship Trainee Workshop $120
Breakfast: Gene expression assays for breast
cancer and their use in the real world
Free
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Full registration includes session admission, daily morning and
afternoon teas, lunches, Thursday welcome function, Friday
networking drinks, Saturday dinner and a satchel containing the
Congress handbook and other relevant material. In addition, for
ASBD members, registration includes the Annual General Meeting
breakfast on Saturday. To qualify for the Early rate, the Meeting
Secretariat must receive your registration form with payment by
1 August 2014.
Friday registration includes session admission, morning and
afternoon tea, lunch, networking drinks and a satchel containing
the Congress handbook and other material.
Saturday registration includes session admission, morning
and afternoon tea, lunch and a satchel containing the Congress
handbook and other material. For ASBD members, the Annual
General Meeting breakfast is included.
Partner registration includes daily morning and afternoon teas,
lunches, welcome function and Saturday dinner.
Registration cancellation policy
Registration cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellations
made before Monday 18 August 2014 will be refunded, less $100
to cover administration costs. Registration cancellations made
before 8 September 2014 will incur a 50% cancellation fee. No
registration refunds will be made after this date. Alternatively,
a registration can be transferred to another person prior to
Monday 8 September 2014 without incurring any cost penalty. The
Congress Secretariat must be advised of the transfer in writing.
Function cancellations with extra tickets will not be accepted if
cancellation is made less than 48 hours prior to the event.
Payment
All prices are in Australian dollars and include GST. Cheques must
be in Australian currency, drawn on an Australian bank and free
of any charges. Payment by a nominated credit card is acceptable
(see form). Faxed registration forms can only be accepted if credit
card details are included. Debits to your credit card will appear as
Australasian Society for Breast Disease.
General Information
Congress ofce
The Congress ofce will be open during the following times:
Thursday 9 October 2014 08:30-18:00 hours
Friday 10 October 2014 07:30-17:30 hours
Saturday 11 October 2014 07:30-15:00 hours
Messages
A message board will be located near the Congress ofce. Please
check the board as personal delivery of messages cannot be
guaranteed. Please advise potential callers to contact Surfers
Paradise Marriott Resort and ask for the Australasian Breast
Congress ofce.
Personal mail
Please arrange for your mail to be sent to your accommodation
address, not the Congress ofce.
Dress
Smart casual attire is appropriate for Congress and workshop
sessions. A jacket may be needed for air conditioned meeting
rooms. Dress for Congress dinner is cocktail (with some sparkle!).
Flat comfortable shoes are advised for those attending the
Oncoplastic Cadaver Workshop.
Congress secretariat
Australasian Breast Congress
PO Box 1124
Coorparoo DC Qld 4151
Australia
T: +61 7 3847 1946)
F: +61 7 3847 7563)
E: info@asbd.org.au
Disclaimer
The information in this brochure is correct at the time of printing.
The Congress organisers reserve the right to change without
notice any speakers or aspects of the program.
Insurance
Congress and Cadaver Workshop participants carry their own risk
for personal injury or loss of property, including baggage, during
the Congress and Workshop. The organisers strongly recommend
that, at the time of booking your travel and registering, you take out
a travel insurance policy. The policy should cover loss of deposit
through cancellation, medical insurance, loss or damage to
personal property, and nancial loss incurred through disruption
to accommodation or travel arrangements due to business
failures, strikes, or other industrial action. The organisers are in
no way responsible for any claims concerning insurance.
Privacy
When you register for this Congress and the Oncoplastic Cadaver
Workshop your relevant details will be incorporated into a
delegate list for the benet of all delegates and sponsors (name,
organisation, state only). Your relevant details will be made
available to the Congress and Workshop organisers, and venue
and accommodation providers. The database contact details
will also be used in promoting future Australasian Society for
Breast Disease and BreastSurgANZ educational activities but not
made available to any other parties. If you do not wish to receive
future communication from either organization please notify the
Congress secretariat.