Austin, United States
May 29, 2014 - May 30, 2014
We are excited to announce the 2014 Austin Trauma & Critical Care Conference to be held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center May 29-30, 2014.
The conference offers basic and cutting edge guidelines and technology for evaluation, diagnosis and management of trauma patients.1900 University Avenue
Contact DetailsKatie Foarde
June 05, 2014 - June 05, 2014
The Bristol Trauma Course is one-day hands-on course for general surgical trainees (UK equivalent CT2-ST7).
The faculty consists of experienced military and civilian trauma / general surgeons, who will demonstrate trauma techniques on cadavers (thoracotomy, sternotomy, laparotomy and more). Delegates will have then have opportunity to practise these techniques on animal cadavers, with one specimen shared between 2 delegates. There will be introductory lectures on damage control surgery and theory of trauma techniques, but most of the day will be spent in the wet lab practising techniques.
This course is great value for money (£245) and feedback from delegates is consistently excellent.
The course is held in The Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy at the University of Bristol, UK. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact DetailsRachael Forsythe
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
October 20, 2014 - October 23, 2014
This first International Conference is aimed at Health Professionals, Practitioners, Academics and Policy Makers from around the world who are involved in the treatment, management and analysis of trauma, as well as those operating within the associated fields of urgent and emergency care, injury prevention, injury related disabilities and healthcare technology across the public and private sectors.
Each day the conference will introduce a new theme and deliver a mixture of plenary sessions with leading speakers, breakout sessions and seminars. The conference will also include poster displays and an exhibition area, with ample networking time to meet old friends and colleagues, as well as the building of new relationships.
Some of the keynote speakers at this conference include: Professor Christopher Moran, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery and Dr Carsten Lott, Consultant Emergency Physician at Gutenberg University, Germany.
Topics covered will include: International trends in the incidence and causes of major trauma Changing patterns of survival and disability following major trauma The development of major trauma centres Improved pre-hospital care Improving outcomes through multi-disciplinary case review Imaging during hyper-acute care Trauma centre information systems37 Side, Quayside
Telephone: 0191 2211222