Program

Thursday 26th May 2016
7.00am - 7.30am
Heart Foundation Walk - Darwin Waterfront (optional)
Meet in front of The Coffee Club
7.00am Registration and Exhibition Open  
7.30am - 8.30am
Breakfast Symposium

Pneumatic Compression for Lymphoedema: a modality to assist self-management and improve quality of life

Louise Koelmeyer, Macquarie University Lymphoedema Program, NSW

Meeting Room 2
9.00am - 10.25am Plenary Session Auditorium 2
9.00am - 9.50am Welcome to Country by Bilaware Lee, Larrakia elder

Indigenous dance group ‘One Mob Different Country”

Opening Address by The Lord Mayor of Darwin
Ms Katrina Fong Lim

 
9.50am - 10.25am John Casley-Smith Keynote Address

Chair: Gemma Arnold

Lymphology: past, present, and future
Professor Marlys Witte, The University of Arizona, USA

Auditorium 2
10.25am Morning Tea  
10.55am - 11.25am Plenary Session
Deep infrared imaging to identify venous impairment after breast cancer surgery

Chair: Shirley Preston

Jean-Paul Belgrado, Lymphology Clinic of Brussels, Belgium

Auditorium 2
11.25am Workshops Move rooms
11.30am - 12.30pm Medical ignorance and lymphology: unquestioned answers and unanswered / unasked questions
Marlys Witte, The University of Arizona, USA
Auditorium 2
11.30am - 12.30pm Lymphatic filariasis and its management: a model for all the complex causes of lymphoedema
Terence Ryan, Oxford University, UK
Meeting Room 2
11.30am - 12.30pm Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue (SAT) disorders: similarities and differences
Karen Herbst, University of Arizona, USA
Meeting Room 3
11.30am - 12.30pm Identifying and responding to depression and anxiety
Jane Turner, The University of Queensland, QLD
Meeting Room 4
12.30pm Lunch  
12.30pm - 1.00pm Poster Session 1  
1.00pm - 1.30pm Poster Session 2  
1.30pm - 1.55pm LIMPRINT: An international epidemiology study to define the prevalence and impact of chronic oedema

Chair: Vaughan Keeley

Professor Christine Moffatt, International Lymphoedema Framework, UK

Auditorium 2
1.55pm Free Paper Sessions Move rooms
2.00pm - 3.00pm LYMPHOEDEMA MANAGEMENT, ADHERENCE AND COMPLIANCE A

Chair: Gillian Buckley

Auditorium 2
2.00pm - 2.15pm Acute inflammatory response to low, moderate and high-load resistance exercise in women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema
Ben Singh, Queensland University Of Technology, QLD
 
2.15pm - 2.30pm Lymphoedema education: are patients listening?
Nicola Cosgriff, Queensland Health, The Townsville Hospital, QLD
Janet Lemcke, The Townsville Hospital, QLD
 
2.30pm - 2.45pm Exercise barriers self-efficacy in women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema: a randomised trial on the effect of exercise mode
Jena Buchan, Queensland University of Technology, QLD
 
2.45pm - 3.00pm Aqua therapy for lymphoedema: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Wai Yeung, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
2.00pm - 3.00pm MEASUREMENT A

Chair: Elizabeth Dylke

Meeting Room 2
2.00pm - 2.15pm Reliability of the inverse water volumetry method to measure the volume of the upper limb
Martinus Beek, Amphia Hospital, Netherlands
 
2.15pm - 2.30pm Is bioimpedance spectroscopy the most effective way of screening for lymphoedema following cancer? A systematic review
Alexandra Ironside, Bond University, VIC
Gillian Buckley, Peter MacCallum Centre, VIC
 
2.30pm - 2.45pm Profiling arm lymphoedema with bioimpedance
Amanda Pigott, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
2.45pm - 3.00pm Tonometry in lower limb primary lymphoedema: a reliability study
Jane Phillips, Mercy Health Lymphoedema Services, VIC
 
2.00pm - 3.00pm CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT A

Chair: Teresa Lee

Meeting Room 3
2.00pm - 2.15pm Safety and efficacy of Mobiderm® auto-adjustable night arm sleeve (Autofit®) in the management of upper limb lymphedema: Marilyn trial
Isabelle Quéré, CHU Montpellier, France
 
2.15pm - 2.30pm Negative pressure assisted lymphatic drainage: improving conservative treatment options
Andrea Mangion, Oedema Clinics, NSW
 
2.30pm - 2.45pm The addition of a simple 10 minute self-care for breast cancer related lymphoedema improves hand volume and QOL: results of a pilot randomized controlled study
Yoko Arinaga, Nagasaki University, Japan
 
2.45pm - 3.00pm Searching for the solution to treating head and neck lymphoedema
Amanda Pigott, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
2.00pm - 3.00pm TELEREHABILITATION

Chair: Anna Kennedy

Meeting Room 4
2.00pm - 2.15pm A novel telerehabilitation system for lymphoedema
Anna Finnane, University of Queensland, QLD
 
2.15pm - 2.30pm Lymphoedema: mobile platform for at-home observation, early detection, and management of lymphoedema
Jane Armer, University of Missouri, USA Presenter: Neil Piller, Flinders University, SA
 
2.30pm - 2.45pm Doing more with what we have: tele-health and secondary lymphoedema in Hunter New England LHD
Julia Britton, Calvary Mater Newcastle, NSW
 
2.45pm - 3.00pm The Teleswell study: using telehealth to support self-management
Anna Finnane, University of Queensland, QLD
 
3.00pm Afternoon Tea  
3.30pm - 5.00pm Symposium:
Children and young adults with lymphoedema

Chair: Vaughan Keeley, UK

Panel:
Isabelle Quéré, University of Montpellier, France
Vaughan Keeley, Derby Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust, UK
Johanna Newsom, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW
Jane Phillips, The Children’s Private Medical Group, VIC

Auditorium 2
3.30pm - 5.00pm Free Paper Sessions:
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT

Chair: Elizabeth Dylke

Meeting Room 2
3.30pm - 3.45pm Outcomes of distance education, coaching and technology to provide lymphoedema services in rural and remote areas of Queensland
Sue Gordon, Flinders University, SA
Michelle Basford, Queensland Health, QLD
 
3.45pm - 4.00pm Procedure of last resort: subcutaneous needle drainage for lymphoedema in patients with advanced malignancy
Amanda Landers, Canterbury District Health Board/Nurse Maude, NZ
 
4.00pm - 4.15pm Early diagnosis and treatment of arm lymphedema, a randomized study - preliminary results
Karin Johansson, Institution of Health Science, Sweden
 
4.15pm - 4.30pm Achieving successful lymphoedema reduction in the Australian healthcare system: a 4 year follow-up review
Megan Trevethan, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
4.30pm - 4.45pm Complex secondary head and neck lymphoedema in an Australian regional area - highlighting partnerships and the use of technology for best practice outcome for the client
Kathy Burke, Blue Care, QLD
 
4.45pm - 5.00pm Head and neck lymphoedema: referral patterns and treatment options
Gillian Buckley, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, VIC
 
3.30pm - 5.00pm SURGICAL MANAGEMENT A

Chair: Hiroo Suami

Meeting Room 3
3.30pm - 3.45pm Circumferential liposuction and compression in the management of leg lipoedema
Camilla Stewart, Ninewells Hospital/Macquarie University, UK
 
3.45pm - 4.00pm Lipofilling of the axilla to reduce secondary lymphedema after axillary lymph node dissection
Jean-Paul Belgrado, Lymphology Clinic of Brussels, Belgium
 
4.00pm - 4.15pm Can hydrocephalus shunts help in lymphoedema management?
Jemima Bell, Flinders University, SA
 
4.15pm - 4.30pm Liposuction for advanced lymphoedema - long term maintenance of the physical, functional and quality of life outcomes
Thomas Lam, Macquarie University, NSW
 
4.30pm - 4.45pm Review of microsurgery for lymphedema
Kenley Schmidt, Mayo Clinic, USA
 
4.45pm - 5.00pm Liposuction for lower extremity lymphoedema: better outcomes in those with secondary disease
Camilla Stewart, Ninewells Hospital/Macquarie University, UK
 
3.30pm - 5.00pm GUIDING CLINICAL CARE A

Chair: Robyn Box

Meeting Room 4
3.30pm - 3.45pm Maintaining best practices through evidence-based lymphedema treatment guidelines: update on the American Lymphedema Framework Project’s systematic reviews
Jane Armer, University of Missouri, USA
Presenter: Neil Piller, Flinders University, SA
 
3.45pm - 4.00pm Empowering patients and health professionals: the collaboration to launch a unique national lymphedema magazine
Anna Kennedy, Canadian Lymphedema Framework, Canada
 
4.00pm - 4.15pm Australia New Zealand lymphoedema registry development and outcomes
Hildegard Reul-Hirche, Australasian Lymphology Association, NSW
 
4.15pm - 4.30pm The global challenges and priorities for education on lymphoedema
Margaret Sneddon, International Lymphoedema Framework / University of Glasgow, UK
 
4.30pm - 4.45pm Development of international lymphoedema education benchmark statements
Maree O’Connor, Victorian Lymphoedema Practice, VIC
 
4.45pm - 5.00pm American Lymphedema Framework Project (ALFP) open-space stakeholder meetings: aiming to shape the future of lymphedema care in the United States
Jane Armer, University of Missouri, USA
Presenter: Neil Piller, Flinders University, SA
 
5.00pm - 6.30pm Welcome Reception Exhibition Hall 1, Darwin Convention Centre
Friday 27th May 2016
7.00am - 7.30am
Heart Foundation Walk - Darwin Waterfront (optional)
Meet in front of The Coffee Club
7.00am Registration and Exhibition Open  
7.00am - 8.00am
Breakfast Symposium

JOBST® FarrowWrap®: Lymphoedema Management made simple through adjustable short-stretch wrap solutions

Wade Farrow, BSN Medical, USA
Katja Schönweiß, BSN Medical, USA

Meeting Room 2
7.00am - 8.00am
Breakfast Symposium

Developing ‘The State of the Art’ compression therapy in lymphoedema and chronic oedema management.

Christine Moffatt CBE, University of Nottingham, UK

Meeting Room 3
8.30am - 10.30am Plenary Session

Chair: Sandi Hayes

Auditorium 2
8.30am - 9.05am Lymphoedema and its management: why is the science and practice of skin care so important? Professor
Terence Ryan, Oxford University, UK
 
9.05am - 9.30am Taking heart when your heart sinks: communication challenges in the care of the patient with lymphoedema Professor
Jane Turner, The University of Queensland, QLD
 
9.30am - 10.30am Lymphology in the Asia Pacific Region

Professor Ningfei Liu, Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital, People’s Republic of China
Hozaidah Hosain, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
Dr Young Ki Shim, Yonsei S Hospital, Republic of Korea
Patrick Wagner, Goto College Lymphedema Institute, Japan

 
10.30am Morning Tea  
11.00am - 11.30am Free Paper Sessions
EPIDEMIOLOGY A

Chair: Shirley Preston

Auditorium 2
11.00am - 11.15am The prevalence of chronic lower limb oedema (CLLO) in multiple sclerosis (MS)
Vaughan Keeley, Derby Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust, UK
 
11.15am - 11.30am The risk for lympohedema in lower limb trauma with extensive soft tissue loss
Malou Van Zanten, Lymphoedema Research Unit, SA
 
11.00am - 11.30am IMPACT OF LYMPHOEDEMA

Chair: Karin Johansson

 
11.00am - 11.15am Does lymphoedema severity affect overall quality of life?
Teresa Lee, Royal North Shore Hospital/Melanoma Institute Australia, NSW
 
11.15am - 11.30am Worse and worse off: the impact of lymphoedema on womens work, career and financial status
Louise Koelmeyer, Macquarie University, NSW
 
11.00am - 11.30am GENETICS

Chair: Mathias Francois

Meeting Room 3
11.00am - 11.15am Hepatotoxicity of benzopyrones in patients with lymphedema: the relevance of CYP gene polymorphisms and pharmacogenetics
Minhao Hu, Flinders University, SA
 
11.15am - 11.30am Current genetics knowledge in primary lymphoedema
Sandro Michelini, San Giovanni Bapstiste Hospital Rome, Italy
 
11.00am - 11.30am GUIDING CLINICAL CARE B

Chair: Madeleine Stockden

Meeting Room 4
11.00am - 11.15am Lymphoedema Action Alliance - a call to action
Debbie Geyer, Lymphoedema Action Alliance, NSW
 
11.15am - 11.30am Charting a new course with consumers at the helm - implementation of pilot lymphoedema pathways
Leonie Naumann, Redcliffe Hospital, QLD
 
11.30am Workshops Move rooms
11.35am - 12.35pm Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue (SAT) Disorders: similarities and differences

Karen Herbst, University of Arizona, USA

Auditorium 2
11.35am - 12.35pm Guarded hope and new frontiers in lymphoedema

Mathias Francois, University of Queensland, QLD
Natasha Harvey, University of South Australia, SA
Tara Karnezis, St Vincents Institute for Medical Research, VIC
Ramin Shayan, University of Melbourne, VIC

Meeting Room 2
11.35am - 12.35pm Surgical management for lymphoedema: developing partnerships with local lymphoedema practitioners to achieve positive long term outcomes

Louise Koelmeyer, Macquarie University, NSW

Meeting Room 3
11.35am - 12.35pm Medical ignorance and lymphology: unquestioned answers and unanswered/unasked questions

Marlys Witte, The University of Arizona, USA

Meeting Room 4
12.35pm Lunch  
12.35pm - 1.05pm Poster Session 3  
1.05pm - 1.35 pm Poster Session 4  
1.35pm - 3.00pm Plenary Session

Chair: Helen Mackie

Auditorium 2
1.35pm - 2.00pm From genes to mechanisms: how the identification of mutations underlying human lymphoedema informs our understanding of lymphatic vessel biology
Associate Professor Natasha Harvey, University of South Australia, SA
 
2.00pm - 3.00pm Near-infrared fluorescence lymphatic imaging - live demonstration
Jean-Paul Belgrado, Lymphology Clinic of Brussels, Belgium
 
3.00pm Afternoon Tea  
3.30pm - 5.00pm Free paper sessions
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT B

Chair: Ramin Shayan

Auditorium 2
3.30pm - 3.45pm Liposuction for the management of chronic lymphoedema: measuring improved quality of life using the LYQLI questionnaire
Helen Wohlgemut, NHS Tayside, UK
 
3.45pm - 4.00pm Prediction of surgical treatment outcome with bioelectrical impedance analysis in acquired extremity lymphedema patients
Xiao Long, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, PR China
 
4.00pm - 4.15pm Liposuction for lower limb lymphoedema improves gait biomechanics
Alex Munnoch, Ninewells Hospital/Macquarrie University, UK
 
4.15pm - 4.30pm Outcomes after lymph node transfer (LNT) for lymphedema - 12 month follow-up
Quan Ngo, Macquarie University, NSW
 
4.30pm - 4.45pm Quality of life for lipoedema patients, before and after liposuction
Helen Wohlgemut, NHS Tayside, UK
 
4.45pm - 5.00pm Surgical treatment of secondary lymphoedema - algorithmic approach at MD Anderson Cancer Center
Hiroo Suami, Macquarie University, NSW
 
3.30pm - 5.00pm NON-CANCER RELATED LYMPHOEDEMA A

Chair: Sue Gordon

Meeting Room 2
3.30pm - 3.45pm Lymphatic dysfunction in obesity and diabetes
Karen Herbst, University of Arizona, USA
 
3.45pm - 4.00pm Standing on one leg: why the global program to eliminate lymphatic filariasis by 2020 may fail
Jan Douglass, James Cook University, QLD
 
4.00pm - 4.15pm Transferring Australian technology of custom made garments to rural Indian lymphoedema clinic
Avril Lunken, VIC
 
4.15pm - 4.30pm Detection of sub-clinical morbidity in lymphatic filariasis in Myanmar
Jan Douglass, James Cook University, QLD
 
3.30pm - 5.00pm LIMPRINT: EXAMPLES OF CURRENT PROJECTS

Chairs: Christine Moffatt, Susan Nørregaard

Susie Murray, LIMPRINT Project Manager, ILF
Isabelle Quéré, University of Montpellier, France
Rebecca Gaskin, University of Nottingham, UK
Vaughan Keeley, Royal Derby Hospital, UK
Martina Sykorova, University of Nottingham, UK

Meeting Room 3
7.00pm - 10.30pm Conference Dinner Darwin Convention Centre
Saturday 28th May 2016
7.00am - 8.00am Tai Chi, Darwin Waterfront lawns (optional)  
7.00am Registration and Exhibition Open  
7.00am - 8.00am
Breakfast Symposium

“Working together with community nursing.” A patient case study. Wound care and lymphoedema care services happening together to improve patient outcomes

Andrea Mangion, Oedema Clinics Australia Pty Ltd

Meeting Room 2
8.30am - 9.00am Plenary Session

Chair: Isabelle Quéré

Auditorium 2
8.30am - 9.00am All about lipedema and treatment options Associate Professor
Karen Herbst, University of Arizona, USA
 
9.00am Free Paper Sessions Move rooms
9.05am - 10.20am NON-CANCER RELATED LYMPHOEDEMA B

Chair: Christine Moffatt

Auditorium 2
9.05am - 9.20am Primary lymphoedema - a challenging paediatric case study
Johanna Newsom, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW
 
9.20am - 9.35am The chondroepitrochlearis muscle: a rare cause of axillary vein thrombosis and lymphedema
Jean-Paul Belgrado, Lymphology Clinic of Brussels, Belgium
 
9.35am - 9.50am Individual case report of a rare lymphoedema presentation in a newborn
Margaret Patterson, Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick, NSW
 
9.50am - 10.05am Don’t reject the kidney transplant patient
Katherine Styrchak, Private Practice, Canada
 
10.05am - 10.20am The experiences and perspectives of children and adolescents with primary lymphoedema: a semi-structured interview study
Johanna Newsom, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW
 
9.05am - 10.20am MEASUREMENT B

Chair: Louise Koelmeyer

Meeting Room 2
9.05am - 9.20am Usefulness of lymphoscintigraphy in lipoedema
Marina Cestari, Uslumbria, Italy
 
9.20am - 9.35am Reliability and comparison of three devices to measure tissue compressibility in adolescents
Jan Douglass, James Cook University, QLD
 
9.35am - 9.50am Preliminary assessment of 3D imaging to measure circumference and limb volume in lymphoedema
Beverley Mirolo, 3D Medical Scanning, QLD
 
9.50am - 10.05am Imaging the lymphatic vessels in reconstructed lower limbs with indocyanine green
Malou Van Zanten, Lymphoedema Research Unit, Dept of Surgery, SA
 
10.05am - 10.20am Inter-rater and intra-rater variability of a novel standardized protocol to investigate localized oedema in arm, flank, breast and back for use in assessment of oedema development after breast cancer surgery
Esther Reefman, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
 
9.05am - 10.20am EPIDEMIOLOGY B

Chair: Yvonne Pennisi

Meeting Room 3
9.05am - 9.20am Tissue composition changes and secondary lymphoedema: an MRI pilot study
Elizabeth Dylke, University of Sydney, NSW
 
9.20am - 9.35am The effect of perceived and measured limb dominance on breast cancer related lymphoedema: its impact on accurate diagnosis and outcomes
Yoko Arinaga, Nagasaki University, Japan
 
9.35am - 9.50am Clinical characteristics of Japanese lymphedema patients
Noriko Kobayashi, Hokkaido University Hospital, Japan
 
9.50am - 10.05am Clinicians perceptions of risk factors and use of screening tools to identify and monitor for secondary upper limb lymphoedema
Hildegard Reul-Hirche, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, QLD
 
10.05am - 10.20am Clinical awareness and knowledge of breast-cancer related lymphoedema
Agnik Sarkar, Flinders University Medical School, VIC
 
10.20am Morning Tea  
10.55am - 11.55am Free Paper Sessions
CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT B

Chair: Leonie Naumann

Auditorium 2
10.55am - 11.10am The PicoPress® as a training aide in lymphoedema compression bandaging - a quality activity
Amanda Pigott, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
11.10am - 11.25am Does traditional intensive lymphoedema treatment have an impact on chronic untreated lower limb lymphoedema? A case series of complexity
Jocelyn Foo, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
11.25am - 11.40am Kapi Wiya (title in Luritja meaning Kapi (kah-pee) - water, Wiya (wee-ah) - no)
Wendy Hocking, Alice Springs Hospital, NT
Fiona Gordon, Alice Springs Massage and Yoga, Alice Springs, Australia
 
11.40am - 11.55am Integrating community based care into treatment of complex lymphoedema utilising Mobiderm® bandages and garments
Sarah Gill, Private Practice, VIC
 
10.55am - 11.55am LYMPHOEDEMA MANAGEMENT, ADHERENCE AND COMPLIANCE B

Chair: Hildegard Reul-Hirche

Meeting Room 2
10.55am - 11.10am Patients perspectives of lymphoedema self-management
Anna Finnane, University of Queensland, QLD
 
11.10am - 11.25am Empowerment with self- bandaging - old versus new
Maree O’Connor, Victorian Lymphoedema Practice, VIC
 
11.25am - 11.40am Intermittent pneumatic compession: impact of 12 weeks home use on uni and bi-lateral lymphoedema. Impact of age, BMI and compliance on outcomes
Neil Piller, Flinders University, SA
 
11.40am - 11.55am Compliance and patient satisfaction of Mobiderm® auto-adjustable night arm sleeve (Autofit®), a new maintenance treatment of secondary upper limb lymphedema (ULL): Marilyn trial
Isabelle Quéré, CHU Montpellier, France
 
10.55am - 11.55am GUIDING CLINICAL CARE C

Chair: Deborah Hurt

Meeting Room 3
10.55am - 11.10am Patient-centered care in lymphoedema management
Margareta Haag, Swedish Association of Chronic Oedema, Sweden
 
11.10am - 11.25am Theoretical perspectives of professional knowing in lymphoedema self-management education
Sally Keir, University of Newcastle, NSW
 
11.25am - 11.40am CARE: joining networks to deliver evidence based communication skills workshop for health professionals
Jodie Nixon, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
 
11.40am - 11.55am An extraordinary admission, driven by physiotherapists
Elizabeth Webb, Calvary Health Care, NSW
 
11.55am Workshops Move rooms
12.00pm - 1.00pm Guarded hope and new frontiers in lymphoedema

Mathias Francois, University of Queensland, QLD
Natasha Harvey, University of South Australia, SA
Tara Karnezis, St Vincents Institute for Medical Research, VIC
Ramin Shayan, University of Melbourne, VIC

Auditorium 2
12.00pm - 1.00pm National Lymphoedema Frameworks: achievements, aspirations and challenges

Margaret Sneddon, International Lymphoedema Framework / University of Glasgow, UK
Anna Kennedy, Canadian Lymphedema Framework, Canada

Meeting Room 3
12.00pm - 1.00pm Surgical management for lymphoedema: developing partnerships with local lymphoedema practitioners to achieve positive long term outcomes

Louise Koelmeyer, Macquarie University, NSW

Meeting Room 2
12.00pm - 1.00pm Identifying and responding to depression and anxiety

Jane Turner, The University of Queensland, QLD

Meeting Room 4
1.00pm Lunch  
2.00pm - 3.05pm Plenary Session

Chair: Sandi Hayes

Auditorium 2
2.00pm - 2.25pm An imaging-based algorithm for the management of lymphoedema in the Australian setting
Dr Ramin Shayan, University of Melbourne, VIC
 
2.25pm - 3.05pm Hot Topic: Is MLD still relevant?

Moderator: Professor Neil Piller, Flinders University, SA

Panel:
Professor Marlys Witte, The University of Arizona, USA
Professor Terence Ryan, Oxford University, UK
Jean-Paul Belgrado, Lymphology Clinic of Brussels, Belgium
Associate Professor Karin Johansson, Lund University, Sweden
Louise Koelmeyer, Macquarie University, NSW
Ruth Klee, Country Health SA, SA

 
3.05pm Afternoon Tea  
3.35pm - 5.00pm Plenary Session

Chair: Gemma Arnold

Auditorium 2
3.35pm - 3.55pm Providing quality lymphoedema care in developing countries
Professor Terence Ryan, Oxford University, UK
 
3.55pm - 4.15pm Overview of hereditary lymphoedema syndromes
Professor Marlys Witte, The University of Arizona, USA
 
4.15pm - 5.00pm Closing Session - Closing addresses, presentation of oral and poster prizes, announcements of the next ALA and ILF conferences  

* Please note the program is subject to change without notice.

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