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  • 30 Nov 2016 11:52 AM | Andrew Ormerod (Administrator)

    Trauma Care Poster Competition Trauma Care Conference 2017

    "Structured abstracts of no more than 250 words should be submitted by email to: 

    These must be submitted no later than 29th January 2017. Successful authors will be notified by email by 1st February 2017. The abstracts may cover any aspect of trauma from pre-hospital care through to trauma rehabilitation, from any relevant speciality and from both civilian and military backgrounds.

    Please note this is a poster competition only.

    Please download the poster and feel free to share this within your faculty emails, social media and course cohorts.

    All abstracts should include the surnames and initials of all contributing authors, a current email address, the institution to which the work is attributable and the title of the presentation.

    The presenting author of all selected posters will be expected to register as a delegate for the conference or they will not be allowed to present their work.

    Best Wishes

    Mr Jeff Garner MD FRCSEd(Gen Surg)

    Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

    Member of the Executive Council of *TRAUMA CARE* & Editor of *TRAUMA*

    Trauma Care is a Charity registered in the UK, Number 1078780

  • 05 Sep 2016 5:24 PM | Andrew Ormerod (Administrator)

    HEFT EMCAST we were lucky enough to be asked to cover the Trauma Care Conference and specifically a day focussing on Major Trauma in the Emergency Department. We managed to to get a few minutes of time from some of the superb speakers and get their  take home messages from their talks. Enjoy!

    Listen to the podcast here: CLICK TO VISIT

  • 03 Sep 2016 9:58 AM | Andrew Ormerod (Administrator)

    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. 

    Disco & Fireworks Saturday evening

    Tickets from £40 for one day or £80 for the two day course

    Buy Tickets Today

  • 01 Aug 2016 6:30 PM | Andrew Ormerod (Administrator)

    The Trauma Care website has been updated, and is now more interactive and member based.  Visitors to the website can now follow the whole join us process online, and manage their profile.  They can link to the Trauma Care video libraries, as well as purchase items, membership add-ons and of course, Trauma Care conference tickets, from our online store.

    The website is in its testing mode, so if you come across any problems, or display issues etc, please use the support/contact us options, and let us know about them, including what access method and browser you are using (i.e. Macbook/safari v(x), iPhone app etc)

    Drop any website problems to Andrew. Thank you

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