LIMiT:  Life-saving Interventions and Manoeuvres in Trauma

LIMiT: Life-saving Interventions and Manoeuvres in Trauma

LIMiT:  Life-saving Interventions and Manoeuvres in Trauma

LIMiT: Life-saving Interventions and Manoeuvres in Trauma



  • Please Note:
    The closing date for this course is 23 January 2019

    This unique one-day course offers a fast paced, high-intensity, hands-on immersion in strategic thinking and key practical manoeuvres in major trauma to LIMiT damage and save a life.

    This course will:

    • tell you what you need to know and be able to do in the first hour after injury
    • give you one message and one option for the critically injured patient
    • not cover every injury complex but instead focus on life threatening priorities
    • emphasise deal-breaker moves and real-life decision-making processes

    This course is aimed at middle grade and senior surgeons.

    Faculty:

    • Mr Adam Brooks, Nottingham University
    • Professor Bryan Cotton,¬†University of Texas Health Centre, Houston
    • Dr Tina Gaarder,¬†Department of Traumatology, Oslo University Hospital
    • Dr Oscar Guillamondegui, Vanderbilt University Medical Centre, Tennessee
    • Mr Morgan McMonagle, St Mary's Hospital London and University Hospital Waterford, Ireland
    • Professor Steve Moeng, Johannesburg Trauma Unit

    Programme Director:

    Mr Euan Dickson, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    Event Convenor:

    Mr John McGregor, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow


    Suitable for:

    • Surgical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Surgeons
    • Surgical Consultants

6
CPD Credits
APPROVED

20 Feb 2019

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Wilma Paterson
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