2nd National Student Trauma Course - Day 2 ONLY

  • 19 Nov 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0NL
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  • Produced and delivered by national experts in trauma management and following the success of last year’s course this is the 2nd National Student Trauma Course organised by the educational charity Trauma Care and covers the whole patient journey from arrival in the ED to discharge.

    The content is attractive to all student trauma practitioners whether working in pre-hospital care or in hospital and provides an insight into patient management and critical decision making. This is an interactive course where following each lecture there is small group working and general discussion including clinical cases.

    Trauma Care is better known for its international conferences held in the spring and for examples of its achievements and capability please visit the Trauma Care website (traumacare.org.uk).

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2nd National Student Trauma Course

Sun 19th Nov 2016 - Day 2

Sunday 19th November 2017

08:30-09:00

Coffee and registration

09:00-09:05

Welcome and housekeeping

Ann Weaver

Co Course Director

09:05-09:20

Trauma Surgery

To include:

  • ·      Spectrum of Injuries
  • ·      Critical decision making
  • ·      Surgical procedure
  • ·      Post-Operative care
  • ·      Complications
  • ·      Outcomes

Mark Wilson

Consultant Neuro Surgeon

09:20-09:35

Chest Injuries

Richard Steyn

Consultant Thoracic Surgeon

09:35-09:50

Abdominal injuries

Catherine Doran

Consultant General Surgeon

09:50-10:05

Pelvic, long bone fractures & dislocations

Paul Fenton

Consultant Trauma/Orthopaedic Surgeon

10:05-10:20

Soft tissue injuries

Alan Kay

Consultant Plastic Surgeon

10:20-11:00

Break out session - Small group discussions based on Trauma surgery

Faculty

11:00-11:30

Coffee

11:30-12:00

Bullets and ballistic trauma

To include:

  • ·  Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary blast injury
  • ·  Patient resuscitation and treatment with emphasis on haemorrhage control, debridement
  • ·  Description of GSWs
  • ·  Patient resuscitation and treatment

 Col. Paul Parker

Consultant Trauma/Orthopaedic Surgeon

12:00-12:30

Burns

To discuss:

  • ·    Types of burns injury
  • ·    Emergency treatment
  • ·    Fluid resuscitation
  • ·    Management

Prof Steve Jeffery

Consultant Burns & Plastic Surgeon

12:30-13:00

Small group discussions on burns  Using  case based discussions

Faculty

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-14:30

Paediatric trauma

To cover the differences between children and adults in:

  • ·      Demographics
  • ·      Assessment
  • ·      Treatment

Paul Reavely

Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine

14:30-15:00

Break out Small group discussions based on Paediatrics clinical cases

Faculty

15:00-15:30

Rehabilitation

  • ·      In hospital and beyond to recovery
  • ·      Hyper-acute rehabilitation
  • ·      Specialist services
  • ·      Multidisciplinary  team function

Alex Ball

Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine

15:30-16:00

Coffee

16:00-16:15

Outcome, audit and research

To briefly cover TARN and other audit and research opportunities

Dhushy Kumar

Consultant Anaesthetist

TARN Medical Director

16:15-16:30

Pulling it all together

Prof Sir Keith Porter

16:30

 Course ends


“Produced and delivered by national experts in trauma management and following the success of last year’s course this is the 2nd National Student Trauma Course organised by the educational charity Trauma Care and covers the whole patient journey from arrival in the ED to discharge. 

The content is attractive to all student trauma practitioners whether working in pre-hospital care or in hospital and provides an insight into patient management and critical decision making.  This is an interactive course where following each lecture there is small group working and general discussion including clinical cases.

Trauma Care is better known for its international conferences held in the spring and for examples of its achievements and capability please visit the Trauma Care website (traumacare.org.uk). 

A two day comprehensive course, with a combination of short lectures and engaging practical team sessions where the candidate takes active part in the care of various trauma scenarios.
  • The course is delivered by experts covering a wide range of specialities involved in the continuum of trauma patient’s care.
  • The in hospital trauma course is suited to those Medical Students, Student Nurses and Student Paramedics, who wish to explore the early phase of trauma care.
  • In Hospital Trauma is a foundation course which can be used as an educational stepping stone towards the European Trauma Course which is currently only accessible to senior healthcare practitioners.


Topics to include:

  • Preparing to receive the patient
  • The resuscitation room – clinical roles and function
  • Trauma resuscitation in ED
  • Trauma Imaging
  • Trauma critical care
  • Trauma surgery and management of head injuries, chest injuries, abdominal trauma, pelvic trauma, long bone fractures and soft tissue injuries
  • Bullets and ballistic trauma
  • Burn injury
  • Paediatric trauma
  • Hyperacute and ongoing rehabilitation
  • Outcome, audit and research

Students will be together for presentations and then work in small groups for case scenario discussions with individual group tutors

Target audience

A must for all Medical students, student nurses, student paramedics, students from AHP’s interested trauma care


Venue Directions: http://www.yarnfieldpark.com/

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Course Rates

The cost is £45 per day and includes refreshments and lunch.


This course is CPD approved.


Accomodation


Book accommodation direct with Yarnfield:

Contact Number: 01785 762605   or reception@yarnfieldpark.co.uk

  

LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE


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