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We are delighted to announce the fifth renewal of the London Trauma Conference will be held once again at the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington on 22-24th June.
The conference promises to be the best yet, building on the feedback from previous events. The conference will focus on trauma issues on the first two days and on pre-hospital care on the final day. In additionthere will be a fascinating programme of masterclasses and breakaway sessions running in parallel to the main conference.
The organisers have arranged a programme which brings together a truly international faculty of high quality speakers, who are leaders in their fields, to address the key questions in trauma and emergency medicine. The delegates will be an enthusiastic international audience from wide professional backgrounds. The format has attracted overwhelming positive feedback in the past and we look forward to welcoming you to another excellent event.
We encourage you to register as early as possible to ensure a place at the conference and the symposia or masterclass of your choice, as places are limited. Please BOOK ONLINE on the main Conference Website.
Masterclasses and Symposia
Trauma Research Forum
Wednesday, June 22nd 2011
The London Trauma Research Symposium is the first meeting of the London Trauma Research Group and will highlight active research being conducted across the London Trauma System. The day will bring together researchers in experimental medicine, clinical trials, epidemiology, health systems and trauma outcomes research.
Convenor: Prof Karim Brohi
Core Topics in Trauma for Junior Doctors.
Thursday, June 23rd 2011
This highly regarded annual session, now in its 3rd year, is aimed at junior doctors, paramedics, nurses and students. Covering a wide range of hot topics in trauma and prehospital care it provides an excellent forum for clinicians embarking on a career with a specialist interest in trauma and prehospital care.
Stand Up Science Evening
Thursday, June 23rd 2011
Our ever popular informal evening session of academic presentations run in conjunction with the Scandanavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation & Emergency Medicine. Each presenter will be given just four minutes to outline their research, with participants ranging from medical students to consultants, having to convince a panel of experts and a skeptical audience that their research project was worth listening to.
Should you wish to submit an abstract please visit:
Trauma Systems Masterclass
Friday, June 24th 2011
With more countries recognising the impact of serious injury on public health, countries throughout the world are focusing their attention on the development of trauma systems and trauma networks. In the UK plans to roll out regional trauma systems are well developed. This masterclass aims to bring together key speakers who have been involved in trauma system development from both within and outside the UK to answer the nagging questions and issues facing new systems. If your health region is embarking on these changes this masterclass could prove invaluable to its development.