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This years conference will see our strongest international speaker line-up ever. To read the speaker’s biographies please click on their name.


A total of 24 CPD points have been awarded by the College Of Emergency Medicine, 6 per day of conference.

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Thoracotomy Masterclass

Thoracotomy Masterclass

10th December 2013

Back by popular demand after the sell out success of its début year, the Thoracotomy Masterclass returns. A mixture of lectures and workshops with sessions including moulages, time with thoracotomy mannequin and covers indications, top tips and “what if’s”.
Please notes places are strictly limited to the first 60 registrations – please book early to avoid disappointment.
For more information please click here.
Convenor: Major Thomas König


Thoracotomy Masterclass

Vidacare - educational sessions
- Utilising the Intraosseous Route for Difficult Vascular Access Patients

Session 1 - 10th December 2013 - 13:45

Session 2 - 11th December 2013 - 13:45

Each session includes:

- Indications & Contraindications for using IO
- Real time video
- Finding the IO insertion site
- IO insertion technique using the EZ-IO system
- Practical hands-on 


For more information please click here.
To Register please click here.

Please note that to register for this workshop you will have to have already registered as a London Trauma Conference Delegate.

Cardiac Arrest Masterclass

Cardiac Arrest Masterclass

11th December 2013

A new addition to the LTC for 2013, the Cardiac Masterclass presents a 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.
For more information click here.
Convenor: To be confirmed

Cardiac Arrest Masterclass

Core Topics in Trauma

11th December 2013

Now in its 5th year this highly regarded session is aimed at junior doctors, paramedics, nurses and students. Taking in a broad array of topics in trauma and prehospital care it provides an excellent forum for clinicians emabrking on a career in the sector.
For more information click here.


Stand Up Science Evening

12th December 2013

Our ever popular informal evening session of academic presentations. Each presenter will be given just four minutes to outline their research. Participants ranging from med students to consultants will have to convince a panel of experts and a skeptical audience that their research project is worth listening to. Further information will appear here shortly.



Trauma Research Forum

12th December 2013

The London Trauma Research Symposium is a 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.
For more information click here.
Convenor: Professor Karim Brohi.


KarlStorz

KARL STORZ Airway Management Workshop

12th December 2013

KARL STORZ will be bringing delegates two workshop sessions (one morning, one afternoon). These will be limited to 25 delegates only and each will be broken down into 5 guided workstations, with topics to be covered including neonate, paediatric and adult airway management devices aimed at Pre Hospital, Trauma, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Hospitalintervention.
Clinical education book given to all workshop participants covering a review of airway management techniques out of the Operating Room

Click here to download the flyer
Enquiries and registration: Daniel Danby, KARL STORZ Course Co-ordinator
Tel: +44 (0)1753 503500 Fax:+44 (0)1753 578124 Email: daniel.danby@karlstorz.com

Please note that to register for this workshop you will have to have already registered as a London Trauma Conference Delegate.

Neurotrauma Masterclass

Neurotrauma Masterclass

13th December 2013

Mr Mark Wilson (St Marys Hospital, London) is hosting the LTC Neutrotrauma symposium. The assembled panel of speakers will address topics ranging from Collecting Neurotrauma Data, Neuroprotective strategies and Neuro rehabilitation after TBI as well as CRASH-3 and Neuro Critical care. Additionally during the the lunchtime break there will be a session entitled, ‘TBI Simulation - teach yourself neurosurgery in 20 minutes’.
To View the Programme and for more information click here.
Convenor: Mr Mark Wilson.

Research at London Trauma Conference 2013

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.

For full information on submitting research click here.