The NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management, in collaboration with the Trauma Service of Royal North Shore Hospital, proudly presents the RNSH Trauma Evening.
The Trauma Evening consists of presentations and discussions delivered by experienced trauma clinicians who endeavour to answer common trauma dilemmas, respond to the local challenges, and share their collective experiences.
Registration is FREE but booking a place is essential!
Date: Wednesday 2nd November 2016
Time: 4.30pm - 8.15pm
Venue: Main Lecture Theatre, Lvl 5, Kolling Building, Royal North Shore Hospital (Venue map)
4.30pm Registration & coffee.
5.00pm Welcome. Dr Tony Joseph, Director of Trauma (Emergency), RNSH
5.10pm Overview: Pitfalls of resuscitation of the acute trauma patient. Dr Tony Joseph
5.30pm The management of chest trauma in seriously injured patients. Dr David Marshman, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, RNSH
5.50pm Shock management in seriously injured patients. Dr Richard Piper, Senior Staff Specialist, ICU, RNSH
6.10pm Light supper
6.40pm Assessment and management of acute spinal cord injuries. Dr Nathan Hartin, Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon, RNSH
7.00pm Management of acute brain injury. Dr Nazih Assaad, Neursurgeon, RNSH
7.20pm Management of the severely injured patient after discharge from ICU – case study. Alicia Jackson, Trauma CNC, Emma Curtin, Trauma CNC and Lauren Miller, Trauma CNS
7.40pm Organ donation. Jenny Holman, Donation Specialist, Intensive Care CNC, RNSH
8.00pm Closing remarks. Dr Tony Joseph
8.15pm Program close
Attendance at this seminar offers CPD points (education hours). This seminar is aimed at medical, paramedical, nursing and allied health personnel.
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