Elderly trauma training

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Places are available for a half day training course in Birmingham on elderly trauma.

The training, brought to you by Midlands Critical Care and Trauma Networks and the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trusts, will be taking place on 25th May at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Please see the agenda below.

  • 8.30–9am                          Registration and tea and coffee
  • 9–9.10am                          Welcome and introduction – Professor Sir Keith Porter, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
  • 9.10–9.45am                    Network data - Steve Littleson, Data Analyst, Midlands Critical Care & Trauma Networks
  • 9.45–10.30am                  Pre Hospital Recognition - Shane Roberts, Head of Clinical Practice Trauma management, West Midlands ambulance service
  • 10.30–11.15am                Heartlands elderly care trauma & ongoing recovery (HECTOR) - Dr David Raven (or faculty colleague), Consultant in emergency medicine, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham
  • 11.15am–12pm                      Elderly falls get head Injuries (EFGHI) - Dr Richard Hall, Consultant in emergency medicine, Royal Stoke University Hospital
  • 12 -12.45pm                      Clinical reference group advisory paper what does it mean?Dr Matthew Wyse, Consultant Anaesthetist and clinical lead for major trauma service at University Hospitals, Coventry and Warwick
  • 12.45-1pm                           Closing remarks

To book a free place, please contact Samantha.turnerbrown@nhs.net

Published 30th March, 2016

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