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September 2014:

ITC Montreal 2014-Interprofessional Trauma Conference

Montreal, Canada

September 25, 2014 - September 26, 2014

The following 5 partners have organized this bi-annual conference:

The Montreal General Hospital -McGill University Health Centre The Montreal Children’s Hospital--McGill University Health Centre Sacré-Coeur Hospital of Montreal Sainte-Justine Hospital, Mother and Child University Hospital Center Urgences-Santé Who is the target audience? This bilingual conference addresses:

The multitude of clinicians who work with trauma patients and their families in hospital centers and clinicians in the pre-hospital sector.

Conference Objectives This conference offers the unique opportunity to refresh your trauma knowledge in the evaluation of and in the interventions for acute trauma care along the following axes:

Critical care (emergency, intensive care, intermediate care). Care to the trauma unit Early rehabilitation Pediatric Trauma Pre-hospital care

This conference also provides an excellent platform to meet existing colleagues and to greet new delegates. Clinicians are encouraged to synthesize and exchange experiences and new knowledge with those who are equally passionate about trauma care.

La Plaza
420 Sherbrooke West, Montreal
H3A 1B4

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Telephone: 514-934-1934, ext 44412
Fax: 514-934-8215
URL: http://cit-itc-montreal.com/en/index.html

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Giovanna Agozzino

October 2014:

Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma (ASSET) Course

Nottingham, United Kingdom

October 15, 2014 - October 15, 2014

A human cadaver based, one day course to teach emergency, surgical, lifesaving procedures.

This course is developed by the American College of Surgeons and is one of the only opportunities to participate outside of the USA.

This one-day human cadaver-based course follows a modular, body region approach. Covering five key anatomic areas (upper and lower extremities, neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis), each section begins with a short case-based overview, followed by a hands-on exposure performed by students under the guidance of faculty.

The student-to-faculty ratio is low, allowing extensive faculty guidance and interaction with students. The student assesses his or her ability to perform each exposure independently and is evaluated on knowledge and technical skills.

The course fee of £550 is excellent value for money and includes a full-colour Course Manual and DVD.

Feedback from previous candidates is excellent and the pre and post course evaluations consistently show a large increase in confidence and knowledge around each procedure.

East Midlands Major Trauma Centre
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Derby Road

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URL: http://www.facs.org/trauma/education/assetcourse.html

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Stephen Henaghan

Improving Patient Outcomes in the Treatment and Management of Major Trauma

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 systems

37 Side, Quayside

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Telephone: 0191 2211222
URL: www.twri-conferences.org.uk

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Shelley Mason

December 2014:

15th Annual Rio Grande Trauma Conference and Pediatric Update

El Paso, United States

December 05, 2014 - December 05, 2014

Thie focus of this educational activity is to improve competence and skills among the participant in the management of traumatic injuries. Emphasis will be on cutting edge care of injured children, up-to-date protocols for adults with traumatic orthopaedic injuries, current research in traumatic injury, and building inter-professional teams to deliver better care. It is designed for emergency medicine; general, orthopaedic, and neuro surgeons; anesthesiologists; radiologist; intensive and critical care specialists; physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and other healthcare professional who work in trauma care and management.

4800 Alberta Avenue

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Telephone: 915-783-6206
Fax: 915-783-6220

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Jesia Boykin