66 Photos - Dec 8, 2014
Photo: Previous winners. The D.S. Rosengarten Prize has been going for 30 years, since 1985.Photo: Each year a plaque is given to the winners.Photo: Stewart Skinner introducing speakers.Photo: L-R: Professors Russell Gruen, Frank Rosenfeldt and Jonathan Serpell (adjudicating) in the audience. Adjudicators were David McGiffen, Peter Hwang, Russell Gruen and Jonathan Serpell.Photo: Photo: Background: Chip Farmer, Peter Evans and Russell Gruen. Foreground, Andrew Packiyanathan and Melinda PhangPhoto: Stewart Skinner, Chip Farmer, Peter Evans, Russell GruenPhoto: Stewart Skinner and Georgina Stephens. Georgina won an honourable mention. Her topic was: A new classification system of complications from peripheral Veno-Arterial Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (VAECMO)Photo: Georgina StephensPhoto: Andrew Packiyanathan: Outcomes of laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding at The Alfred HospitalPhoto: Andrew PackiyanathanPhoto: Stewart Skinner with Hedley Roth, who presented on: The state of TRUS biopsy sepsis: Re-admissions to Victorian hospitals with TRUS biopsy related infection over 5 yearsPhoto: Hedley Roth: The state of TRUS biopsy sepsis: Re-admissions to Victorian hospitals with TRUS biopsy related infection over 5 yearsPhoto: Chris Brooks presenting. He is a vascular registrar at The Alfred. Chris won the award. Chris's topic was: Smoking increases postoperative respiratory complications and unplanned return to Theatre in vascular surgical patientsPhoto: Chris Brooks presenting. He is a vascular registrar at The Alfred.Photo: Photo: Alex Jarema: The effect of renal failure on vascular surgery outcomesPhoto: Alex Jerama is an interne. Usually participants are Hospital Medical Officers grades 2 or 3. His topic was: The effect of renal failure on vascular surgery outcomesPhoto: Riza Gultekin: Pharmacological interventions in Traumatic Brain Injury: Can we rely on systematic reviews for evidence?Photo: Riza GultekinPhoto: Photo: Sean Huang: PenthroxTM  alone versus PenthroxTM  plus PILA for analgesia in TRUS-guided prostate biopsyPhoto: Good audience for the symposium, despite it being Saturday morning, kicking off at 8 am.Photo: Photo: Stewart Skinner with Sean Huang: PenthroxTM  alone versus PenthroxTM  plus PILA for analgesia in TRUS-guided prostate biopsyPhoto: Marli Williams: Hepatocellular carcinoma management at Alfred HealthPhoto: Marli Williams: Hepatocellular carcinoma management at Alfred HealthPhoto: Photo: Morning tea. In the foreground are Prof Jonathan Serpell and Mrs Candice RosengartenPhoto: L-R: Melinda Phang (Johnson & Johnson Medical), Marli Williams, Alex Jarema, Chris Brooks, Emma SimPhoto: Hedley Roth (in white shirt), Sean Huang (in the suit)Photo: Peter Evans, Stewart Skinner, Keith ('Chip') FarmerPhoto: Andrew Packiyanathan and Melinda Phang (one of the J&J Medical sponsor reps)Photo: L-R: Riza Gultekin, Marli WilliamsPhoto: Bill Johnson (in pink shirt), Melinda Phang, Charles Milne (one of last year's two winners) and David McGiffen (one of the adjudicators)Photo: Alex Jarema, Chris Brooks and Prof Jonathan Serpell (making a point here)Photo: Prof Frank Rosenfeldt chatting with Mrs Candice Rosengarten, widow of David Rosengarten. The D.S. Rosengarten prize was inaugurated in 1985 and 2014 is its 30th year. Mrs Rosengarten donates the plate and plaque annually and Johnson & Johnson Medical have sponsored the $1000 prize for this and previous years.Photo: Chip Farmer, Russell Gruen and Peter EvansPhoto: Alex Jarema, Chris Brooks and Prof Jonathan SerpellPhoto: Emma Sim, who received an honourable mention. Emma's topic was: Heparinisation does not increase intraoperative blood loss in anterior lumbar spine surgeryPhoto: Photo: Charles Gallagher: Triple tendon surgery for spastic equinovarusPhoto: Charles GallagherPhoto: Photo: Angus Lee: Surgical outcome of duodenal adenoma and adenocarcinoma: The Alfred and Cabrini Hospital experiencePhoto: Jun Ban: Predictors of outcomes for carotid endarterectomy in Australia and New ZealandPhoto: Jun Ban: Predictors of outcomes for carotid endarterectomy in Australia and New ZealandPhoto: Jun BanPhoto: Alex Jarema, Chris Brooks and Jun BanPhoto: The 2014 participants. L-R: Chris Brooks, Jun Ban, Sean Huang, Andrew Packiyanathan, Riza Gultekin, Alex Jarema, Charles Gallagher, Hedley Roth.
Absent: Marli Williams, Georgina Stephens, Emma Sim, Angus LeePhoto: The platePhoto: The book of Rosengarten symposium proceedings.Photo: The roll of honour: All the previous winners since 1985Photo: Kate Martin, Jun Ban, Emma Sim and Chris BrooksPhoto: Matthew Claydon (vascular surgeon), Jun Ban, Emma Sim, Chris Brooks, Kate Martin, Alex JaremaPhoto: Professor Jonathan Serpell, Professor/Director of General Surgery, Alfred HealthPhoto: Photo: Chris Brooks, the winner of the eventPhoto: Chris Brooks with Mrs Candice RosengartenPhoto: Mrs Candice Rosengarten, the event's patron.Photo: Mrs Rosengarten presenting the prize to Chris BrooksPhoto: Chris Brooks with Mrs Candice RosengartenPhoto: Chris Brooks and the J&J Medical sponsor representative, Mark VelayuthenPhoto: L-R: Prof Jonathan Serpell (adjudicator), Mrs Candice Rosengarten (patron), Chris Brooks (winner), Mark Velayuthen (J&J Medical sponsor representative), Mr Stewart Skinner (Chairman)Photo: Mrs Rosengarten, Chris Brooks, Mark VelayuthenPhoto: Mrs Rosengarten awarding the prize to Chris Brooks