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Breakaways

London Trauma Conference

 

The London Trauma Conference

The breakaway sessions form a vital part of the Trauma Conference. Running parallel to the main lectures, they have been tailor made in-line with delegate feedback to address specific clinical areas or delegate groups.

Booking for all sessions is now open click here to book

To register your interest in attending the conference please click here.

CPD points for 2014's conference are currently under applictaion.
In 2013 a total of 24 CPD points were awarded by the College Of Emergency Medicine, 6 per day of conference.


View 2014's Breakaway sessions below

Thoracotomy /REBOA Masterclass

Thoracotomy / REBOA Masterclass

Thursday 11th December 2014

This successful Masterclass is now in its 3rd Year has been expanded to incorporate the use of REBOA. Incorporating a review of the literature for both techniques the day defines indications anatomy and how to perform the procedure. The session involve hands on teaching in group sessions with mannequins.


Cardiac Arrest Masterclass

Cardiac Arrest Masterclass

Friday 12th December 2014

Building on the success of last years masterclass this session combines both theory and practical demonstrations of qCPR and ECMO. This highly focused session including case reviews and discussion on Cardiac Arrest, taking in topics from Maximising cardiac output, to Defibrillation In Flight - Pilots Perspective, to Post ROSC Anaesthesia. Registrations numbers for the session are capped at 80.


Registration for this session will open shortly.

Motorsport Medicine

Motorsport Medicine

Wednesday 10th December 2014

This new session brings the latest developments in motorsport medicine with world class speakers from both 2 & 4 wheeled motorsport.

Trauma Nursing

Tuesday 9th December 2014

A dedicated nursing session comes back to conference to help define best practice in the trauma patient pathway.

Cardiac Nursing

Friday 12th December 2014

New to this years schedule at London Cardiac Arrest Conference is a dedicated forum for nurses caring for cardiac patients in a variety of clinical situations, from the emergency department to the PCI lab through to rehabilitation.

Research

Tuesday 9th December 2014

Hosted by Prof Karim Brohi this symposium selects and explains key areas of trauma research being currently conducted.


RCC

Remote Critical Care

Wednesday 10th December 2014

This new session has been set up after delegate feedback. It examines the delivery of high level pre-hospital care in difficult environments and is presented by an enthusiastic group of expert faculty who have, between them, provided care in most hostile environments.

Surgical Trainees

Surgical Trainees

Tuesday 9th December 2014

Since the launch of trauma systems in the UK there has been a great deal of interest in trauma care training and opportunities in this area by trainee surgeons. This forum aims to bring together the interested individuals and key experts in the field for a day of key topics.

Research at London Trauma Conference 2014

There are a number of research related events at this years conference. In the main presentations speakers will discuss the evidence and experience relevant to the questions posed for them. In addition a specific Trauma Research Forum (see above) will be run as a parallel session in the Education Centre by Professor Karim Brohi, Trauma Surgeon and Professor of Trauma Sciences at Queen Mary, University of London. This will be limited to 100 delegates.

Submissions will be taken for presentation at the conference. Accepted posters will be displayed and presenters will be asked to make a five minute oral presentation to a selected group of researchers at a specified time during the conference. In addition a small number of posters will be selected for oral presentation at Stand up Science which allows five minutes to convey the significance of the submitted work and five minutes for questions in a busy but informal session.

Submission will open shortly