The conference will incorporate the most successful elements of the previous meetings as well as a fantastic Faculty to present on the key issues in Cardiac Arrest, Trauma and Pre-hospital Care.
As a result of feedback, we are expanding the established formula of short presentations and keynote lectures with debates, panel discussions (with a simple audience interaction app to make questions to speakers more effective) and ‘thoughts on’ sessions to allow experts to really reveal their thoughts on difficult areas whilst being sure to sessions to inform and entertain.
The programme will be announced in the coming months.
Day 1 - Tuesday 10th December
Day 2 - Wednesday 11th December
Day 3 - Thursday 12th December
Day 4 - Friday 13th December
The London Trauma Conference 2019 was approved for 24 CPD points by Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
(6 points were available per conference day).
Dr Steen Barnung, Denmark
Professor Mike Tipton, Plymouth, UK
Dr Fritjof Heyerdahl, Norway
Professor Alain Combes, France
Professor Laurie Morrison, Canada
Professor Charles Deakin, Southampton
Professor Simon Redwood, London, UK
Professor Mauro Oddo, Switzerland
Professor Markus Skrifvars, Finland
Dr Stephen Rashford, Australia
Dr Espen Fevang, Norway
Dr Lionel Lamhaut, Paris
Professor Jerry Nolan, Bath, UK
Professor Sir Jeremy Farrar, Oxford University and the Wellcome Foundation
Asst Commissioner Graham Ellis, London, UK
Dr Tracey Appleyard, Bristol, UK
Dr Stephen Hearns, EMRS Scotland, UK
Professor Peter Brindley, Canada
Dr Dan Ellis, Australia
Professor Mark Wilson, London, UK
Professor Wolfgang Voelckel, Austria
Mr Mansoor Khan, Imperial London, UK
Mr Ross Davenport, Royal London Hospital, UK
Mr Adam Brooks, Nottingham
Dr Anne Weaver, London, UK
Dr Alex Psirides, New Zealand
Dr Andrew Pearce, Australia
Col Nigel Tai, British Army, UK
Dr Zaffer Qasim, USA
Mr Ross Fisher, Sheffield, UK
Dr Sarah Watts, DSTL UK
Dr Dan Nevin, London
Professor Simon Carley, Manchester,UK
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
The London Trauma Conference will return
Tuesday 10th - Friday 13th May 2022
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