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SATURDAY 17
SEPTEMBER 2016
0700 -
1730
REGISTRATION DESK OPEN - MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE
0825- 1030 PLENARY ROOM 1 ROOM 203 ROOM 204 Room 205 Room 206 ROOM 208 ROOM 209 ROOM 210
Chair: Dr Jane Browne
ROOM 211
Chair: A/Prof Reny Segal
ROOMS 205 | 206 | 214 |
215 08:30-09:30
Small Group Discussions
1 / 2 / 3 / 4
ROOM 216 ROOM 218
Refresher: Perioperative Medicine Refresher: Monitoring Refresher: Surgery in the Abdomen Workshop 1
Careflight
Workshop 2 (8:30 - 11:00) Obstetric SIG Airway SIG SGD
1 | Room 205: Ophthalmic
anaesthesia and sub-Tenon’s blocks
Dr David OliveSGD 2 | Room 206: Newer generation LMA use in a morbidly obese
population
Dr Adrian Sultana
SGD 3 | Room 214: Major
haemorrhage management
Dr Kwok HoSGD 4 | Room 215: Decision Making in the Perioperative Management of
Pulmonary Hypertension in the Non- Tertiary Centre
Dr David Gillespie & Dr John Neal
Workshop 3
(09:00-10:30)

Facilitator: Dr Helen Kolawole
Anaphylaxis
Workshop 4
(08:30-11:00)

Facilitator: Dr David Canty
FUSE TTE
Managing the cardiac patient for non- cardiac
surgeryUnderstanding the ERAS methods
Prof. Mike Scott

What surgical complications should the anaesthetist know about?
Prof. Olle Ljungqvist

Prehabilitation - What is it and how do we implement it?
Dr Hilmay Ismail

Non-invasive
cardiac monitoring
Prof. Charles HogueFluid management and the kidney - benefit or harm?
A/Prof Laurence Weinberg

Advances in airway management Neuromuscular block monitoring
Dr Paul Stewart

Advance care
planning in the perioperative period - the elephant in the room
Dr Karen DeteringDeep neuromuscular blockade for laparoscopic surgery
Prof. Thomas Ledowski

Early active rehabilitation
Dr Doa El-Ansary

Perioperative pain management for open abdominal surgery
A/Prof. Peter Hebbard

Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate FUSE Vascular Access Obstetric Anaesthesia - the state of play

Remifentanil PCA - where to now?
Dr Sanjay Sharma

Obstetric Haemorrhage:
a haematologist’s perspective
Dr Helen Savoia

Teaching epidurals without the headaches
Matt Rucklidge

All things airway revisited
A/Prof. Reny SegalAirway assessment and decision making
Dr Pierre Bradley

Cognitive aids and algorithms in
airway management
Dr Stuart Marshall

Use of ultrasound in airway management
Dr Nico Terblanche

ROOMS
205 | 206 | 214 | 215
09:45-10:45
Small Group Discussions
5 / 6 / 7 / 8
SGD 5 | Room 205: Preoperative
physiological optimisation - overcoming the challenges
Dr Grant BraceSGD 6 | Room 206: Overseas aid - service missions and education
Dr David Pescod
SGD 7 | Room 214: Anaesthesia for paediatric
tonsillectomy (1)
Dr Lindy CassSGD 8 | Room 215: Anaesthetic options for microlaryngoscopy Dr Susan Beath
1030 - 1100 Morning Tea
1100 - 1300 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 203
Chair: Prof Alistair Royse
ROOM 204 ROOM 207 ROOM 208 ROOM 209 ROOM
210
Chair: Dr
Crispin Wan
ROOM
211
Chair: Dr Chris Bowden
ROOMS 205 | 206 | 214 | 215 11:00-12:00
Small Group Discussions
9 / 10 / 11 / 12
ROOM 216 ROOM
217
ROOM
218
Refresher: Perioperative Medicine Refresher: Perioperative Medicine - Fluid and Blood Refresher: The Chest Workshop 5
Facilitator:
Dr Alwin Chuan
Workshop 6
Careflight
ANZADC Meeting Day Care SIG - Perioperative Medical Surprises in Day Care
Anaesthesia
Overseas Development and Education SGD
9 | Room 205: Perioperative diabetes management and insulin pumps
Dr Judy KillenSGD 10 | Room 206: ECG refresher
Dr Brian Ko
SGD
11 | Room 214: Communication skills at caesarean section
Dr James GriffithsSGD 12 | Room 215: Breathing and no tube - a guide to the tubeless
technique
Dr Andrew Beck
Workshop 7
(11:00-12:30)

Facilitator: Dr Helen Kolawole
Anaphylaxis
Workshop 8
Facilitator: Prof. Stanton Shernan
3D TOE
Workshop 9 (11:15-13:45)
Facilitator: Dr David Canty
FUSE TTE
Neuroanaesthesia Update
Dr Dean CowiePaediatric Anaesthesia Refresher
Dr Anna Englin

Cancer Anaesthesia - Update on the Impact of Anaesthetic Agents
A/Prof Berhard Reidal

Updates in Perioperative Fluids and Analgesia for Paediatric Surgery
A/Prof Greta Palmer

Pro-Con 1: Dry as the desert or wet as the
aquatic centre
Pro (Dry): Prof. Mike Scott
Con (Wet): Prof. David StoryPro-Con 2: Transfusion trigger 7.0 - should we reconsider?
No: Prof. Alistair Royse
Yes: A/Prof. David A Scott
Your patient has severe pulmonary
hypertension
Dr John LeydenAnaesthesia for pericardial tamponade
Dr Shashi Manikappa

Anaesthesia for cardiology procedures
Dr Chris Ashley

Pain management for thoracic procedures
Dr Desmond McGlade

Regional Anaesthesia - Upper Limb Blocks Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate The recreational drug-addicted patient
Dr Sanjiv SawhneyCardiac problems: preoperative
Dr Brian Cowie

The anticoagulated patient: the influence of NOACs (novel oral
anti-coagulants)
Dr Ken Sleeman

Hornabrook Prize Presentations

Day Care SIG AGM

Access to safe anaesthesia and surgery in our
region
Dr Michael CooperPlanning for Pacific anaesthesia
Dr Luke Nasedra (Fiji)

Advocacy for safe surgery and anaesthesia
RACS representative

Solomon Islands surgery and anaesthesia
Dr Bata Anigafutu (Solomon Islands)

ROOMS
205 | 206 | 214 | 215
12:15-13:15
Small Group Discussions
13 / 14 / 15 / 16
SGD 13 | Room 205: Neuromuscular
blockade management
A/Prof. Stephanie Phillips, Dr Paul StewartSGD 14 | Room 206: Return to anaesthesia practice after a period of
leave
Dr Kara Allen, Dr Janette Wright
SGD 15 | Room 214: ROTEM in obstetrics
Dr Julie LeeSGD 16 | Room 215: Total intravenous anaesthesia

Dr David Lam

1300 - 1430 Lunch
1315 - 1415 ROOM
203
Lunchtime Educational Session
ROOM
204
Lunchtime Educational Session
ROOMS
205 | 206 | 214 | 215
13:30-14:30
ROOM
218
14:00-16:30
Professor Stanton Sherman
Sponsored by Life HealthCare
Professor Charles Hogue
Sponsored by Covidien
Small Group
Discussions 17 | 18 | 19 | 20
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
1445 - 1500 PLENARY
ROOM 1
SGD 17 | Room 205: Private hospital medical
school teaching
A/Prof. Stephanie PhillipsSGD 18 | Room 206: The limits of day surgery and morbid obesity
Dr Adrian Sultana

SGD 19 | Room 214: Anaesthesia and pre-eclampsia
Dr Victoria Eley

SGD 20 | Room 215: Interscalene block for shoulder surgery in the
beach-chair position - do we need a GA?
Dr Hugh Pearce

Equipment available for self - directed practice
Opening Ceremony | Chair: Dr Guy
Christie-Taylor, ASA President
Welcome: Dr Guy Christie-Taylor, Dr Simon Reilly
and Prof. Colin Royse
1500 - 1600 PLENARY
ROOM 1
Plenary | Chair: Dr Guy Christie-Taylor, ASA
President
Kester Brown Lecture | Can the patient lead the
perioperative team? | Ms Carolyn
Canfield
1600 - 1645 PLENARY
ROOM 1
Plenary | Chair: Dr Guy Christie-Taylor, ASA
President
Plenary | Clinical US from 3D TOE to bedside echo:
How is the world changing? | Prof. Stanton Shernan
1645 - 1745 ROOM 205
Presidents' and CEOs'Meeting
1800 - 2100 ASA Social Evening | Australian Centre for the
Moving Image (ACMI)
SUNDAY 18
SEPTEMBER 2016
0700 -
1730
REGISTRATION DESK OPEN - MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE
0830 - 0930 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 207 ROOM 208 ROOMS 206 |
214 | 215 09:45-10:45
Small Group Discussions 21 / 22 /
23
ROOM 217 ROOM 218
08:30-16:30
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
Chair: Dr Genevieve Goulding,
ANZCA President
Plenary | ERAS - a metabolic journey | Prof. Olle
Ljungqvist
Workshop 10
Facilitator: Dr Alwin Chuan
Regional Anaesthesia - lower limb blocks
Workshop 11 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
SGD
21 | Room 206: Advance care directives in perioperative care
Dr Zoe Keon-CohenSGD 22 | Room 214: Anaesthesia and obesity in obstetrics
Dr Victoria Eley

SGD 23 | Room 215: Nerve conduction studies and postoperative management of
nerve injuries
A/Prof. Lynette Kiers

W 28 ALS Workshop
ANZCA-Certified ALS Course
Equipment available for self-directed practice
0930 - 1030 PLENARY ROOM 1
Chair: Dr Guy Christie-Taylor,
ASA President
Plenary | Cognitive recovery after surgery - the
elephant in the room | Prof. Stanton Newman
1030 -
1100
Morning Tea ROOM 210
Chair: Dr Richard Grutzner
Trainee Best Poster Prize
1100 - 1300 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 203 ROOM
204
Chair: Dr
Alwin Chuan
ROOM 205 ROOM 210
Chair: Dr Suzi Nou
ROOM 211
Chair: Dr Richard Grutzner
ROOMS 206 | 214 | 215 11:00-13:00
Small Group Discussions 24
ROOM 216 ROOM 217
Perioperative Medicine Clinical Ultrasound:
Use of Ultrasound before Anaesthesia
Regional Anaesthesia SIG
New Evidence in Regional Anaesthesia
NSC 2017 Committee Meeting ROOM 207 ROOM 208 ROOM 209 Welfare SIG - Gender Literacy: Where are you in the
Conversation?
Gilbert Troup Prize Session SGD 24 | Room 206: How to find your
mentor
Dr Phuong Pham
Workshop 15
MIGA
Exploring the prognosis of misdiagnosis
W
29 ALS workshop
ANZCA-Certified ALS Course
Anaesthesia for endovascular
surgery
Dr Bryan LashanskyCancer Anaesthesia - an update on the impact of perioperative
adjuncts
Dr Jonathan Hiller

Optimal feeding in the perioperative period for different operations
Prof. Olle Ljungqvist

Rationale approach to antibiotic prophylaxis and treatment in the
perioperative period
Dr Andrew MacCormick

Clinical ultrasound as part of the preadmission
process
Prof. John FarisClinical ultrasound before induction of anaesthesia
Dr Sarvesh Natani

Should ultrasound-guided procedures be mandatory?
Dr Ajay Kumar

Whole body US for the anaesthetist - what can’t we image?
Dr Yang Yang

Regional anaesthesia blocks for clavicular
surgery
Prof. Krishna BodduPectoralis blocks for breast surgery
Dr Gloria Seah

Ultrasound-guided neuraxial blocks in obstetrics
Dr Adrian Chin

RA SIG AGM

Workshop 12
Facilitator: Dr David Canty
Lung Ultrasound
Workshop 13 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
Workshop 14
Facilitators: Dr Martin Culwick A/Prof. Kersi Taraporewalla
Using WebAIRS for Incident Reporting and Analysis
Gender literacy: what is it and why is it
important?
Speaker from ChalkCircleWhere are all the women?
Dr Ruth Mitchell

Where are all the men?

Talking to our trainees and colleagues. Staying enlightened in the age of
harassment and bullying

Gilbert Troup Prize
ROOMS 206 | 214 | 215 11:30-12:30
Small Group Discussions 25 | 26
SGD 25 | Room
214: Holding back the
tears: treatment and prevention of paediatric perioperative anxiety
(1)
Dr Anna Englin, Dr Valerie Taylor, Dr James Meyer-GrieveSGD 26 | Room 215: General anaesthesia for shoulder surgery in the
beach-chair position
Dr Steven Dimadis
1300 - 1430 Lunch
1315 - 1415 ROOM
203
Lunchtime Educational Session
ROOM
204
Lunchtime Educational Session
ROOM 210
- 13:30-14:30
Chair:
Debra Leung
ROOMS 206 | 214 | 215 13:15-14:15
Small Group Discussions 27 / 28
/ 29
Managing patients’ pain from
theatre to home.
Sponsored by Seqirus
Prof. Mike Scott
Sponsored by MSD
(GASACT) Trainee Lunch - Meet the Mighty SGD
27 | Room 206: Incident reporting - the human factors
Dr John Williamson, Dr Suzy CookSGD 28 | Room 214: Holding back the tears: treatment and prevention of
paediatric perioperative anxiety (2)
Dr Anna Englin, Dr Valerie Taylor, Dr James Meyer-Grieve

SGD 29 | Room 215: Local Infiltration analgesia for knee and hip
arthroplasty Dr Brian Pezzutti

1430 - 1630 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 203
Chair: Prof Michael Veltman
ROOM
204
Chair: Dr Chong Tan
ROOM 205 ROOM
210
Chair: Debra Leung and Greg Bulman
ROOM 211
Chair: Prof David Story
Perioperative Medicine Whole body US after surgery Acute Pain SIG - Analgesia and Outcomes after Major Abdominal
Surgery - More than just Morphine?
ACECC Meeting ROOM 207 ROOM 208 ROOM 209 (GASACT) Trainee Session Large Trials in Anaesthesia ROOMS 206 | 214 | 215
14:30-15:30
Small Group Discussion’s 30 | 31 |
32
Pro-Con Debate: The anaesthetist
must become a perioperative physician
Pro: A/Prof. David A Scott
Con: Dr Ross KerridgeGeriatrician involvement in the perioperative management of elderly
patients
Prof. Andrea Maier

Do short-acting anaesthetic drugs and analgesics enhance recovery?

Shortness of breath - cardiac or lungs?
Prof. Michael VeltmanBedside detection of DVT and PE
Dr Greg Comadira

Diagnosis of hypotension after surgery
Dr Swaroop Margale

Febrile patient - what can we find with US?
Dr Darsim Haji

Buprenorphine as the primary opioid analgesic
after major abdominal surgery: myths, legends & facts
Dr Brad LawtherContinuous TAP and rectus sheath analgesia: do’s, don’ts and what works
best? A tale of two networks
Dr Yen Lim & Dr Bika

Debate - The best is still the best! - epidural analgesia is the gold
standard vs could good enough in fact be better? Single dose intrathecal
morphine with adjunctive analgesia.
Dr Tuong Phan, A/Prof Laurence Weinberg & Dr Chong Tan

Workshop 16
Facilitator: Dr Alwin Chuan
Regional Anaesthesia - Thoraco-abdominal blocks
Workshop 17 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
Workshop 18
Facilitator: Dr Suzi Nou
Paediatric ALS
Under the Sea - lessons from the deep
Commadore Christopher ScarfIs there a lawyer in the house ? Navigating the medico-legal minefield

Dr David Daly & Mr Ross Gillies

Key papers I learnt for the exam and which changed my practice
Dr Arvinder Grover

Major drug clinical trials in non- cardiac
surgery
Prof. Kate LeslieMajor clinical trials in perioperative medicine - and why we need them
A/Prof. Philip Peyton

Major clinical trials in cardiovascular surgery
Prof. Charles Hogue

Pharma and regulators: friends or foes?
Prof. Guy Ludbrook

SGD 30 | Room 206: Perioperative approach to the
patient for noncardiac surgery on antiplatelet therapy
Dr Oliver DavidSGD 31 | Room 214: Anaesthesia for paediatric tonsillectomy (2)
Dr Lindy Cass

SGD 32 | Room 215: Anaesthesia for major maxillofacial and shared airway
surgery
Dr Richard Grutzner

1630 - 1730 PLENARY ROOM 1
Chair: Prof.
Colin Royse
The Great Debate: Who owns the patient? The
doctor, the hospital, the insurer or the patient? | Panel: Prof. Olle
Ljungqvist, Ms Carolyn Canfield, Dr Gareth Goodier and Mr Stan Goldstein
1730 -
1930
Exhibitor Drinks
MONDAY 19
SEPTEMBER 2016
0700 -
1730
REGISTRATION DESK OPEN - MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE
0830 - 0930 PLENARY ROOM 1 ROOM 205 ROOM 208 ROOM 209 ROOMS 206 |
214 | 215 09:45-10:45
Small Group Discussions 33 / 34 /
35
ROOM 217 OFFSITE -
Veterinary Anaesthesia at U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital
ROOM 218
08:30-16:30
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
Chair: Dr David M Scott, ASA Vice
President
Geoffrey Kaye Oration | Dr Guy Christie-Taylor
ODEC
Meeting
Workshop 19 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
Workshop 20 Careflight
THREAT - Part 1
SGD
33 | Room 206: Preparing for retirement
Dr Jean AllisonSGD 34 | Room 214: I don’t want to go to sleep!
Dr Mark Suss

SGD 35 | Room 215: Integrating evidence into anaesthesia practice
Dr John Woodall

Workshop 23
Facilitators: Drs Ben Slater, James Koziol & Gabe Snyder
Major Haemorrhage
Workshop
21 (8:00-12:00)
Facilitator: Dr Thierry Beths
Equipment available for self - directed practice
0930 - 1030 PLENARY ROOM 1
Chair: Prof Colin Royse
Plenary | Ultrasound for everyone - why, when and
how to get there | Dr David Canty
1030 -
1100
Morning Tea
1100 - 1300 PLENARY ROOM 1 ROOM 203
Chair: Dr
David Canty
ROOM 204
Chair: Prof Neville Gibbs
ROOM 205 ROOM 211 ROOMS 206 11:00-13:00
Small Group Discussions 36
ROOM 217 OFFSITE -
Cowlishaw Historical Book Collection at RACS in East Melbourne
Perioperative Medicine Quality of Recovery Clinical Ultrasound - Training in Clinical US - how to get there AIC Editor’s Session 1100
- 1200pmAILC Meeting
ROOM 208 ROOM 209 1300 - 1430pm

 

SGD 36 | Room 206:
ASA Economics Advisory Committee /
Professional Issues Advisory Committee Q&A
Dr Mark Sinclair, Dr Antonio Grossi, Dr Renald Portelli,
Dr Simon Reilly
Workshop 30
Facilitators: Dr Ben Slater, Dr James Koziol & Dr Gabe Snyder
Major Haemorrhage
Workshop 24
Facilitator: Dr Rod Westhorpe
The ERAS philosophy to fluid and
pain management
Prof. Mike ScottAssessment of quality of recovery
Dr Andrea Bowyer

Can we influence brain recovery after surgery?
Prof. Stanton Newman

Patient-led recovery - described, planned and delivered
Ms Carolyn Canfield

Getting started in clinical ultrasound
Prof. Colin RoyseBecoming advanced in clinical ultrasound
Prof. John Faris

What if I miss something?
Dr Kavi Haji

Learning how to perform US-guided procedures
Dr David Canty

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Jeanette
Thirlwell
Best Paper Award PresentationRevalidation
Dr Guy Christie-Taylor

Anaesthetists’ participation in clinical research
Prof. Michael Paech

Direct observation of procedural skills are they reliable and fair?
Dr Sandy Garden

Workshop 22 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
Workshop 20 Careflight

THREAT - Part 2
ROOM 205
1200 - 1300pm

Future Convenors Meeting

1300 - 1430 Lunch ROOM
211
RAG Lunch
1315 - 1415 EXHIBITION
PRESENTATION AREA
Chair: Dr Richard Grutzner
ROOM
204
Lunchtime Educational Session
ROOM 211
13:00 - 14:30
ASA Best Poster Prize Session Maximising your earnings
Anthony Bongiorno
Director, Bongiorno & Partners & Bongiorno National Network
RAG Lunch ROOM 214 | 215
13:15-14:15
Small Group Discussions 37 | 38
SGD 37 | Room 214: Anaesthestic adaptations for evolving
oesophagectomy techniques
Dr Doug McEwanSGD 38 | Room 215: Developing leaders of high- performing clinical
teams
Dr John Woodall
1430 - 1630 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 204
ASA Research Prize Presentations 1615 - 1630pm

History SIG AGM Meeting

ROOM 207 ROOM 208
Australian
Society of Anaesthetists Annual General Meeting
Workshop 25
Facilitator: Prof. John Faris
TTE live model Scanning
Workshop 26 Careflight
Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate
1630 - 1730 ASA Annual Gala Dinner | Melbourne Park
Function Centre
TUESDAY 20
SEPTEMBER 2016
0700 -
1730
REGISTRATION DESK OPEN - MELBOURNE CONVENTION CENTRE
0830 - 0930 PLENARY ROOM 1 ROOM 203 ROOM 218
08:30-13:00
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
ROOM 218
08:30-13:00
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
ROOM 218
08:30-13:00
FUSE TTE and Vascular Access Practice
Plenary | Implementation of an ERAS
program | Prof. Mike Scott
Workshop 27
Facilitators: Dr Martin Culwick A/Prof. Kersi Taraporewalla
Using WebAIRS for Incident Reporting and Analysis
Equipment available for self - directed practice Equipment available for self - directed practice Equipment available for self - directed practice
0930 - 1030 PLENARY ROOM 1
Chair: Prof. Charles Hogue
Plenary | Improving cerebral outcomes in major
surgery
1030 -
1100
Morning Tea
1100 - 1300 PLENARY
ROOM 1
ROOM 203 ROOM
204
Chair: Dr Martin Culwick
ROOM
204
Chair: Dr Rod Westhorpe
ROOM 206 10:45-11:45
Perioperative Medicine: Pain Management Perioperative Medicine Error Reduction Strategies - how you can improve your practice History SIG Small Group Discussion 39
Does regional
analgesia improve recovery?
A/Prof. David M ScottWhat is the evidence of epidural use for open abdominal surgery?
A/Prof Bernhard Reidel

What can we do to prevent chronic pain?
Dr Malcolm Hogg

How will we manage perioperative pain in 10 years time?
Prof. Michael Veltman

What matters to the patient - and how to find
out?
Ms Carolyn CanfieldShould we all learn lung ultrasound?
Dr David Canty

Diagnostic approach to Peri-arrest
Dr Linsday Bridgeford

Management of arrhythmias
Dr Roni Kreiser

The Bowtie diagram - a concept that incorporates causal analysis and event
management
Dr Daniel ClarkeAre all human errors also system errors?
Prof. Neville Gibbs

What do you do when the unexpected happens?
A/Prof. Kersi Taraporewalla

Show us the evidence! – an analysis of the webAIRS data
Dr Martin Culwick

Africa and the WFSA
Dr Kester BrownThe Bird Man from Idaho
Dr Andrew Ross

Anaesthesia remuneration
Dr Christine Ball

Who invented the Schimmelbusch mask?
Dr Rod Westhorpe

SGD 39 | Room 206:
Providing effective feedback to trainees
Dr Kara Allen
ROOM 206 12:00-13:00
Small Group Discussion 40
SGD 40 |
Room 206:
Persuasion - a guide to more effective influence
Dr Andrew Ottaway
1300 - 1430
1430 - 1630 PLENARY
ROOM 1
Chair: Dr David M Scott
ASA Research Prize Presentations
Question and
Answer Forum - Beyond our Borders
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