Upcoming Trauma Care CPD Events

    • 18 Nov 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0NL
    • 96
    Register


    2nd National Student Trauma Course

    Sat 18th Nov 2016 - Day 1



    Saturday 18th November 2017

    09:00-10:00

    Registration and coffee

    10:00-10:10

    Welcome and housekeeping

     

    Prof Sir Keith Porter

    Co Course Director &

    Trauma Care Chairman

    Dr Ann Weaver

    Co Course Director

    10:10-10:30

    The resuscitation room in ED

    • ·      Equipment
    • ·      Trauma team composition – role of doctors, nurses and ODP etc
    • ·      Trauma team positioning
    • ·      Individual roles
    • ·      Documentation
    • ·      Safeguarding clothes/evidence

    Mr Simon Davies

    Trauma Nurse Practitioner

     

    10:30-11:00

    Small group scenario work

    To discuss preparation for a trauma alert using clinical examples including Adult, & Children

    Faculty

    11:00-11:30

    Coffee


    11:30-12:00

    Trauma resuscitation

    • ·    Primary survey – CmABCDE including Emergency procedures
    • ·    Secondary survey
    • ·    Onward patient movement
    • ·    Care of relatives

    Dr Ann Weaver

    ED Consultant

    12:00-13:00

    Small group scenario work – trauma scenarios

    • ·      To discuss trauma resuscitation using clinical cases

    Faculty

    13:00-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:20

    Trauma Imaging

    • ·    FAST
    • ·    CT
    • ·    MRI
    • ·    (Plain films)

    Dr Christopher Day Consultant Radiologist

    14:20—15:00

    Small group scenario work

    • ·      To discuss trauma imaging using  case based discussions

    Faculty


    15:00-15:30

    Trauma critical care

    • ·      To present key features of trauma critical care
    • ·      Ventilation
    • ·      Circulatory support
    • ·      Nutrition
    • ·      Control of infection
    • ·      Antibiotics
    • ·      Nursing care
    • ·      Spinal care
    • ·      Multidisciplinary working
    • ·      Care of family

    Dr Andy Johnston

    Consultant in Critical Care & Medicine

    15:30-16:00

    Coffee

    16:00-17:00

    Small group scenario work - trauma scenarios

    • ·      Concentrating on Critical Care 

    Faculty


    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/

    Follow us on twitter using #PHEMtrauma


    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


    Please share this event on your Twitter or Facebook pages. Thank you, Trauma Care.

    • 18 Nov 2017
    • 9:00 AM
    • 19 Nov 2017
    • Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0NL
    • 32
    Register


    2nd National Student Trauma Course

    Sat 18th Nov & Sun 19th Nov 17

    Two Day Ticket

    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

    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.


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

    Follow us on twitter using #PHEMtrauma


    Course Rates

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


    This course is CPD approved.


    Accommodation


    Book accommodation direct with Yarnfield:

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

      

    LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE


    Please share this event on your Twitter or Facebook pages. Thank you, Trauma Care.

    • 19 Nov 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0NL
    • 188
    Register


    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/

    Follow us on twitter using #PHEMtrauma


    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


    Please share this event on your Twitter or Facebook pages. Thank you, Trauma Care.

    • 30 Nov 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Sandy Park Conference & Banqueting Centre, Exeter EX2 7NN
    • 110
    Register

    1st Peninsula Trauma Care Conference

    Mastering Critical Events in Trauma

     Thursday 30th November 2017

    #TraumaCareEXE

    830-0900

    Registration & Coffee

    900-0915

    Welcome

    Clare Bosanko @ClareBosanko

    Consultant EM, Plymouth

    0915-1000

    Paediatric Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

    Tim Nutbeam   @timnutbeam

    Consultant EM, Plymouth

    1000-1045

    Resuscitative Thoracotomy

    David Wise

    Consultant EM, Plymouth

    1045-1115

    Tea/Coffee

    1115-1200

    Resuscitative Hysterotomy

    Tracey Appleyard

    Consultant O&G, Bristol

    1200-1245

    Damage Control Surgery

    Christopher Streets,

    Consultant Surgeon, Bristol

    1245-1345

    Lunch

    1345-1445

    Lessons from recent UK Major Incidents

    Anna Dobbie  @DobbieAnna

    Consultant EM, Royal London

    Ben Clarke

    Consultant EM, Royal London

    Rosel Talloch

    Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal London

    1445-1515

    Impact of stress on the rescuer- personal experience

    Rusty    @paramedrusty


    1515-1545

    Impact of stress on the rescuer – TRIM training for a trauma network

    Matt Thomas   @mjcthomas74

    Consultant ICM, Bristol

    1545-1615

    Tea/Coffee

    1615-1655

    Performance psychology in high performing teams

    Adam Reuben   @adamreuben

    Consultant EM, Exeter

    Club Doctor, Exeter Chiefs Rugby

    1655-1700

    Close





    A one day educational event for doctors, nurses, paramedics and allied health care professionals involved in pre-hospital and in-hospital trauma care. 



    Join Trauma Care today and save on this great CPD event.

    Ticket Prices

    Doctor

    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

    Student

    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

    Follow us on twitter using #TRAUMACARE17

    Registration is from 8am till 9am with the conference programme starting at 9am

    Please share this event on your Twitter or Facebook pages. Thank you, Trauma Care.

    • 12 Dec 2017
    • 8:00 PM
    • Online Webinar
    • 500

      Extrication do’s and don’ts - a multidisciplinary approach” 

    Presented By Dr Tim Nutbeam


    Theme

    Extrication do’s and don’ts - a multi-disiplinary approach - Presented by Dr Tim Nutbeam

    Speaker Bio

    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.


    Certification

    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. 


Past events

14 Nov 2017 TRAUMA CARE WINTER SYMPOSIUM
08 Nov 2017 FREE CPD Webinar - Mountain Medicine - Lessons from Snowdonia - Presented by Dr Linda Dykes
01 Nov 2017 FREE CPD Webinar - Concussion in Sport - Presented by Dr Andy Smith
08 Jun 2017 FREE CPD Webinar - “Traumatic Cardiac Arrests - NO's” Presented by Jason Smith
27 Apr 2017 FREE CPD Webinar - “The pre-hospital management of pelvic fractures” Presented by Caroline Leech
29 Mar 2017 FREE CPD Webinar - “The Changing Face of Major Trauma” Presented by Prof Sir Keith Porter
18 Mar 2017 UKSAR Programme Conference - Trauma Care
18 Mar 2017 Extrication Programme Conference - Trauma Care
18 Mar 2017 Injury Prevention Conference - Trauma Care
18 Mar 2017 1st Aider Conference - Trauma Care
18 Mar 2017 Community First Responder Conference
18 Mar 2017 Student Paramedic Conference
17 Mar 2017 Abdominal Trauma Conference
17 Mar 2017 Trauma in Children Conference
17 Mar 2017 Orthopaedic Trauma Conference
17 Mar 2017 Rehabilitation Conference
17 Mar 2017 Trauma Critical Care Conference
17 Mar 2017 Major Trauma in the Emergency Department Conference
16 Mar 2017 Maxillofacial Trauma Conference
16 Mar 2017 Trauma Audit and Research Network ( TARN ) Conference
16 Mar 2017 Trauma in the Elderley Conference
16 Mar 2017 Management of Pain in Trauma Conference
16 Mar 2017 Imaging in Trauma Conference
16 Mar 2017 Nursing Programme Trauma Conference
16 Mar 2017 PHEM HEMS Trauma Conference
15 Mar 2017 Trauma Critical Care for Nurses and AHP Conference
15 Mar 2017 UK Disaster Response Programme Conference
15 Mar 2017 Trauma in the Austere Environment Conference
15 Mar 2017 Association for Perioperative Practice Trauma Conference
15 Mar 2017 Paramedic Practice Programme Trauma Conference
15 Mar 2017 10th National Fire and Rescue Service Trauma Conference
14 Nov 2016 Pre-Hospital Trauma Masterclass
06 Nov 2016 In Hospital Trauma Course for Students - Day 2 ONLY
05 Nov 2016 In Hospital Trauma Course for Students - Day 1 ONLY
05 Nov 2016 2nd National Student Trauma Course - Two Day Ticket

Sponsors & Partners

                

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

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