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Kate was deployed on operations
in Iraq and Afghanistan. Kate’s tour of Afghanistan came to an abrupt end when injuries caused by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) resulted in her electing to have her leg amputated below the knee, marking her out as the first British female to lose a limb in combat.
ProF. Richard Lyon will share experience of managing crush injury patients, discuss the mechanisms by which crush injury occurs and describe an approach to pre-hospital crush syndrome management in a UK civilian setting.
Col Parker will examine how UAVs will influence battlefield resupply and casualty evacuation, including in-flight resuscitation and surgery on the asymmetric battlefields of tomorrow. He will also look at how these lessons from the battlefield can be used in civilian medicine.
Martin is Clinical Lead for Trauma Surgery at Barts Health.
Martin has consolidated his roles within NHSE & NHS London and playing a more active role in supporting the Violence Reduction Unit in London and providing advocacy for the uplift of VRUs within the 18PCCs awarded VRU status.
Trauma Care was founded in 1996 to address the need for commonly agreed standards of best clinical practice in the management of trauma. We aim to improve the outcome of the trauma victim by establishing best practice throughout the whole chain of care. We achieve this through education, research and publishing. No other organisation encompasses the diverse specialities involved in care of trauma victims from the moment of injury, to the return to active life.