Saturday 18th November 2017
Registration and coffee
Welcome and housekeeping
Prof Sir Keith Porter
Co Course Director &
Trauma Care Chairman
Dr Ann Weaver
Co Course Director
The resuscitation room in ED
Mr Simon Davies
Trauma Nurse Practitioner
Small group scenario work
To discuss preparation for a trauma alert using clinical examples including Adult, & Children
Small group scenario work – trauma scenarios
Dr Christopher Day Consultant Radiologist
Trauma critical care
Dr Andy Johnston
Consultant in Critical Care & Medicine
Small group scenario work - trauma scenarios
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).
Topics to include:
Students will be together for presentations and then work in small groups for case scenario discussions with individual group tutors
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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The cost is £45 per day and includes refreshments and lunch.
This course is CPD approved.
Contact Number: 01785 762605 or email@example.com
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
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Sunday 19th November 2017
Coffee and registration
Consultant Neuro Surgeon
Consultant Thoracic Surgeon
Consultant General Surgeon
Pelvic, long bone fractures & dislocations
Consultant Trauma/Orthopaedic Surgeon
Soft tissue injuries
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Break out session - Small group discussions based on Trauma surgery
Bullets and ballistic trauma
Col. Paul Parker
Prof Steve Jeffery
Consultant Burns & Plastic Surgeon
Small group discussions on burns Using case based discussions
To cover the differences between children and adults in:
Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine
Break out Small group discussions based on Paediatrics clinical cases
Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine
Outcome, audit and research
To briefly cover TARN and other audit and research opportunities
TARN Medical Director
Pulling it all together
“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.
Mastering Critical Events in Trauma
Registration & Coffee
Clare Bosanko @ClareBosanko
Consultant EM, Plymouth
Paediatric Traumatic Cardiac Arrest
Tim Nutbeam @timnutbeam
Consultant O&G, Bristol
Damage Control Surgery
Consultant Surgeon, Bristol
Lessons from recent UK Major Incidents
Anna Dobbie @DobbieAnna
Consultant EM, Royal London
Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal London
Impact of stress on the rescuer- personal experience
Impact of stress on the rescuer – TRIM training for a trauma network
Matt Thomas @mjcthomas74
Consultant ICM, Bristol
Performance psychology in high performing teams
Adam Reuben @adamreuben
Consultant EM, Exeter
Club Doctor, Exeter Chiefs Rugby
A one day educational event for doctors, nurses, paramedics and allied health care professionals involved in pre-hospital and in-hospital trauma care.
Early bird registration (by 22 October 2017) £60.00
Trauma Care Member£60.00
Standard registration £75.00
Paramedic, Nurse, AHP
Early bird registration (by 22 October 2017) £45.00
Trauma Care member£45.00
Standard registration £60.00
Standard Registration £45.00
(There are no further discounts as this is the minimum charge to cover costs of venue)
Please note there is an on-site car parking charge at the venue of £4, payable to the conference centre.
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Registration is from 8am till 9am with the conference programme starting at 9am
“Extrication do’s and don’ts - a multidisciplinary approach”
Presented By Dr Tim Nutbeam
Extrication do’s and don’ts - a multi-disiplinary approach - Presented by Dr Tim Nutbeam
Tim is a consultant in Emergency Medicine, the lead for the Devon Air Ambulance and a clinical academic who’s research interests include extrication. He is currently working on the Faculty of Prehospital Care’s consensus guidelines on Spinal Immobilisation and Extrication. He works with Mike on the Extrication in Trauma Project.
Certificates for attending and participating in the webinar is restricted to Members of Trauma Care. There is also the opportunity for the certificate to drop directly into the FREE Trauma Care App / CPDme where you can then reflect upon this learning experience.
Once registered, you will be emailed the instructions to join the webinar You can participate on a PC, MAC, iPAD/iPhone or Android Device.
Trauma Care is a Charity registered in the UK, Number 1078780
Trauma Care has also established a limited liability company to maximise fund-raising in areas not compatible with its charitable status
© 2017 Trauma Care