The London Trauma Conference 2022

Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th December 2022

Day 1 - Tuesday 6th December - Cardiac Arrest Symposium

Day 2 - Wednesday 7th December - Pre hospital Critical Care Conference

– delivered in partnership with the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation


Day 3 - Thursday 8th December - Trauma Conference (Day 1)

  • BREAKAWAY 'Addon' (17:30 - 20:45 / 21:00) - Stand up Science


Day 4 - Friday 9th December - Trauma Conference (Day 2)

The Conference Programme

We are delighted that after a long break due to COVID travel restrictions that LTC is back and better than ever. We have a great Faculty lined up for all four days and early indications that we will be joined by delegates from all over the world.

The basic format has consistently received overwhelmingly positive feedback so we have kept it the same for you.


Day 1 (Tuesday 6th December) is the Cardiac Arrest Symposium Chaired by Professor Jerry Nolan, Past ERC Chair and Editor in Chief of Resuscitation.

The second day (Wednesday 7th December) will be the Pre-hospital Critical Care day hosted by the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation. The important theme of major incidents will start in the last session of the day and continue in the first session of the next day.

The last two days (Thursday 8th and Friday 9th December) are dedicated to Trauma. The programme will cover core clinical material but also big picture talks on organisation, performance and quality improvement. Our keynote speakers are pioneers in their fields and will provide thought provoking presentations on key elements of acute care practice. They include Professor Kenji Inaba from Los Angeles – with an unusual background in trauma surgery, academia and law enforcement, Dr Kevin Fong an intensivist, air ambulance doctor and well known broadcaster who held a national role in the recent pandemic and Professor Jocelyn Bloch who has made exciting and well publicised progress on the incredibly difficult problem of spinal cord injury.


We believe that our delegates and speakers are more than ready for a face-to-face event and the opportunity to network and socialise in London. We will therefore not be making the event hybrid or online. To minimise unnecessary travel for short talks one excellent speaker will be joining us on three afternoons from the US – Professor Jeffrey Upperman from Los Angeles, Professor Clif Calloway from Pittsburgh and Professor Andre Campbell from San Francisco.

During the week other events are planned – we are planning a Military Surgery Symposium on Wednesday and Scientific Abstracts* will be displayed during the event (*further details regarding Abstract Submission will be release shortly) . Stand up Science on Thursday evening will be a chance to socialise and hear some of the researchers present in an informal environment.


We really hope to see you in December,

David Lockey



Mr Peter Bates, London, UK

Dr Neel Bhanderi, Adelaide, Australia

Professor Jocelyne Bloch, Lausanne, Switzerland

Dr Jostein Brede, Oslo, Norway

Professor Karim Brohi, London, UK

Professor Clif Callaway, Pittsburgh, USA

Professor Andre Campbell, San Francisco, USA

Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, West Sussex, UK

Professor Gregoire Courtine, Lausanne, Switzerland

Dr Phil Cowburn, Bristol, UK

Mr Ross Davenport, London, UK

Dr Dinis Dos Reis Miranda, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Professor Mark Fitzgerald, Melbourne, Australia


Dr Kevin Fong, London, UK

Dr Mark Forrest, Cheshire, UK

Dr Jostein Hagemo, Oslo, Norway

Professor Kenji Inaba, Los Angeles, USA

Dr Robbie Lendrum, London and Scotland, UK

Erica Ley, Lincs and Notts, UK

Dr Rod Mackenzie, Cambridge, UK

Professor Koen Monsieurs, Antwerp, Belgium

Professor Jerry Nolan, Bath UK

Col Giles Nordmann, Plymouth, UK

Dr Tim Nutbeam, Plymouth, UK

Dr Peter Paal, Salzburg, Austria

Col Paul Parker, Birmingham, UK


Dr Andrew Pearce, Australia

Mr Zane Perkins, London, UK

Professor Susanna Price, London, UK

A/Prof Zaff Qasim, Philadelphia, USA

Professor Else Charlotte Sandset, Oslo, Norway

Professor Sanjay Sharma, London, UK

Dr Marie-Louise Sharp, London, UK

Professor Mary Sheppard, London, UK

Dr Ben Singer, London, UK

Professor Markus Skrifvars, Helsinki, Finland

Dr Jasmeet Soar, Bristol, UK

Dr Ben Swift, London, UK

Professor Jeffrey Upperman, Nashville, TN, USA

Dr Anne Weaver, London, UK

Professor Mark Wilson, London, UK


2022 CPD approval pending.

Previously The London Trauma Conference has been approved for 24 CPD points by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

(6 points were available per conference day).


Conference Venue

The London Trauma Conference will take place at The Royal Geographical Society.
We are proud to share the underpinning values of our host venue: supporting research, education, exploration and innovation.

The historic academic venue is located in Kensington on the junction between Exhibition Road and Kensington Gore.

Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

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Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th December 2022


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