Date and Time: 06/03/2020
Venue: ICC Birmingham
Course Convenors: Delivered by ASiT and the Centre for Trauma Sciences, Queen Mary University of London. Mr Anthony Thaventhiran, Mr Oliver Burdall, Dr John McKenna, Dr Barry Schyma, Dr Adeel Akhtar, Dr Kate Hancorn (TBC), Mr Ross Davenport, Prof Susan Brundage.
Target audience: SpR/ SHO/ Core - In surgery/ EM/ Anaesthesia/ ITU
Overview: Death from trauma remains one of the major causes of death in the early decades of life. Uncontrolled haemorrhage is the leading cause of preventable death in the trauma setting and is a significant burden on healthcare internationally. The landscape of trauma care and trauma surgery has evolved significantly over the past decade. This course aims to empower the delegates to be able to deal with the major trauma patient as if this is the first day in a job at a major trauma centre. Then push them further to start to think about planning for a mass casualty incident.
How to identify the major trauma patientLearn the initial steps for Major Trauma Resuscitation - including Permissive Hypotension and Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR)
Understand the evolution of the Belfast and Northern Ireland trauma system
Understand the modern ‘London Trauma System’ and the impact it has made on patient care and outcomes
Participate in a ‘Stop The Bleed’ Course
Understand and practice the triage systems used in a Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI)
Further learning and research opportunities
Programme (please note this is currently provisional and subject to change).
9:00 Coffee and Registration
10:15 Major Trauma Resuscitation – including Permissive Hypotension and Damage Control Resuscitation
11:30 Stop the Bleed
13:30 Northern Ireland (Belfast) Trauma System
14:00 London Trauma System
14:45 Mass Casualty Incident (MCI)/ Triage
15:15 Triage Practical- Breakout Session
15:45 Summary - Further opportunities & Research
Please note all programmes are currently provisional and subject to change. All delegates on preconference courses must also be registered to attend the ASiT 2020 Conference. For more information please email email@example.com.