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London Trauma Conference

This years line-up stands to be stronger than ever - with a variety of new internationally renowned speakers adding to the exemplary program of those returning. 2014's line-up will be announced shortly.

    Confirmed Speakers for 2014's conference programme

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    Peter Baskett Memorial Lecture


  1. TBA


  2. Main Conference Faculty

  3. Professor Karim Brohi

    Professor of Trauma Sciences at Queen Mary School of Medicine & Dentistry, London. Since 2005 he has been Consultant in General, Trauma, Vascular, Emergency & Critical Care Surgery at Barts and The London NHS. Trust, U.K. He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Cell & Molecular Science, Queen Mary, University of London, U.K. and Surgical Tutor in General Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Emergency Surgery & Critical Care Surgery, for The Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has trained in various trauma hospitals across the world (including Cape Town, South Africa and San Francisco, U.S.A.). Karim is also the Founder and a Director of trauma.org - a non-profit making world-renowned trauma website. Special Interests: Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy, Massive Blood Transfusion, Traumatic Inflammatory Response, Cytokine Inhibition, Biomarkers of Traumatic Injury, Emergency Preparedness.

  4. Professor Chris Moran

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  5. Mr Ross Fisher

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  6. Dr Tim Moll

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  7. Dr Tom Evens

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  8. Dr Cliff Read

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  9. Dr Dan Ellis

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  10. Dr Stephen Hearns

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  11. Dr Marius Rehn

    Dr. Marius Rehn is a senior researcher and medical advisor with the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation, and a registrar in anaesthesiology and intensive care at Akerhus University Hospital, Norway. He has a background as a clearance diver and winch man of the Norwegian Air Force, and his research field is trauma and mass casualty triage. He is involved with the improvement of the multi-professional on-scene command course for major incidents run by the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation.

  12. Dr Stefan Mazur

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  13. Dr Bob Winter

    National Clinical Director for Emergency Preparedness and Critical Care; Bob Winter is a past President of the Intensive Care Society and Consultant in Adult Critical Care Medicine at Nottingham University Hospitals. He trained in Nottingham and returned there after going to Burton on Trent, Truro and Bristol where he completed his MD under the supervision of Dr Sheila Willatts. He is also Chair of Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support UK, medical lead for Mid-Trent Critical Care Network and clinical lead for major trauma in the East Midlands.

  14. Mr Ian Bailey

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  15. Professor Tim Harris

    Tim Harris trained in Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and Pre-hospital Medicine in Australia and the UK. He is currently Professor of Emergency Medicine at Barts Health, London. His main clinical research interests are resuscitation and focussed ultrasound. He is injuries & emergencies CLRN lead in Central and North East London and the department's research focus is recruitment to portfolios studies. He is clinical governance lead at East Anglia Air Ambulance service. He has studied ultrasound for over 10 years and directs courses in level 1, level 2, critical care focussed ultrasound and in focussed echo. He is currently running 3 clinical studies to better understand the role of IVC collapse index as a guide to fluid resuscitation. He is the CEM ultrasound lead in the NE Thames training region and sits of the CEM ultrasound committee.

  1. Dr Gareth Davies

    Gareth is Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Prehospital Care at the Royal London Hospital and Medical Director of London's Air Ambulance. He has introduced innovative treatments and governance procedures into prehospital care.

  2. Dr Matthew Wiles

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  3. Mr Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson is a Consultant Neurosurgeon and Pre-Hospital Care (HEMS) Specialist at Imperial and with London's Air Ambulance respectively. His specialist interest is the very early management of acute brain injury (including traumatic) and his research includes the cerebral effects of hypoxia. In addition he has worked extensively overseas and lead the Neurosciences work during the Caudwell Xtreme Everest Expedition of 2007.

  4. Dr Andreas Kruger

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  5. Professor Marten Sandberg

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  6. Mr Neil Jeffers

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  7. Dr Stephen Leadbeatter

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  8. Dr Peter Paal

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  9. Professor Mauro Oddo

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  10. Professor Phillip MaCarthy

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  11. Professor Richard Schilling

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  12. Professor Niklas Nielsen

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  13. Professor James Manning

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  14. Dr Lionel Lamault

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  15. Dr Jerry Nolan

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  16. Prof Tim Draycott

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  17. Dr Paul Frost

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  18. Professor Charles Deakin

    • Consultant in Cardiac Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, University Hospital Southampton
    • Honorary Professor of Resuscitation and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine, University of Southampton
    Professor Deakin qualified from Cambridge University in 1988 and completed his higher medical training in London and Bristol before transferring to Southampton in 1994, where he was appointed to his current clinical post of Consultant in Cardiac Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, at University Hospital Southampton in 1999. He also holds Honorary Chairs at the University of Southampton and University of Surrey. Professor Deakin's academic interests are focused on pre-hospital trauma and resuscitation. He has published extensively in these areas and is a regular speaker at national and international meetings. He chaired the Advanced Life Support (ALS) Committee of the European Resuscitation Council from 2001-2012 and was ALS co-chair of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation for the 2005 and 2010 resuscitation guidelines revisions. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Resuscitation Council (UK) and is lead for adult resuscitation for the Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee, which sets the standards for paramedic practice. Professor Deakin founded the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance where he is the clinical lead, and also chairs the Medical and Survival SubCommittee of the RNLI.

  19. Prof Ben Bobrow

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  20. Dr Tomasso Mauri

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  21. Mr Mark Whitbread

    Mark Whitbread, London Ambulance Service Clinical Practice Manager, has achieved outstanding results by leading change in the field of cardiac care. Mark has worked tirelessly to ensure that for cardiac arrest patients early defibrillation is the norm and not the exception, and instigated the evidence-based changes to ensure all heart attack patients in London now receive timely primary angioplasty as the gold standard of care.