The closing date for this event is 3rd October 2019.
This innovative course provides practical training on the surgical techniques that can save lives when waiting for assistance is not an option.
Experienced faculty members from a variety of clinical backgrounds will utilise cadaver, and other specially designed clinical models, to maximise the practical experience for course participants.
Key topics covered:
- Chest drains
- Surgical airway
- Emergency caesarean section
This course is suitable for emergency department and surgical trainees and consultants who are, or are likely to be, part of a major trauma team or team leader. Familiarity with use of common basic surgical instruments, suture handling and knotting techniques is a requirementPlease Note: this is a hands-on cadaver course with only 12 places available.
Mr Malcolm Gordon, Emergency Medicine Consultant, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Dr Janet Brennand, Consultant Obstetrician, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Ian Colquhoun, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Clydebank
Ms Helen Dorrance, Consultant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Omar Hilmi, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Wesley Stewart, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Queen Eliza beth University Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Graham Sunderland, Consultant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Mr Kevin Thomson, Emergency Medicine Consultant, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Mr Richard Townsley, Consultant Head and Neck/Laryngology Surgeon, University Hospital, Crosshouse
Dr Padma Vanga, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital