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Conference start:

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DAYS
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90
HOURS
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90
MINUTES
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90
SECONDS

CAMBRIDGE FUTURE TRAUMA CARE 2018

Cambridge Future Trauma Care is a two-day multiprofessional educational event held in Cambridge, UK. 

Trauma is both the system and the disease.

CFTC 2018 is a new approach to trauma conferences, reflecting the unique interaction between trauma systems and clinical medicine in the care of our patients. The conference has three objectives:

    1. To employ world class trauma care within the East of England Major Trauma Network and the wider clinical community to develop skills and understanding.
    1. To encourage networking, collaboration and innovation.
    1. To learn from excellence outside of medicine.

Seminars and workshops will cover trauma clinical care, team relationships, systems engineering, violence prevention, medical law, and patient experiences of life changing trauma.

The conference will inspire learning and innovation in all aspects of trauma care and will appeal to all professionals involved in the care of traumatically injured patients.

Speakers include Karim Brohi, Clinical Director for Major Trauma in London; Ed Barnard, Consultant in PHEM Defence Medical Services; Steve Eaton MBE, Performance Development Consultant at DNA Definitive; Rob Loe, Director of the Rational Schools Foundation, Karyn McClusky, Chief Executive of Community Justice Scotland, Angelos Kolias, Lecturer in Neurosurgery at the University of Cambridge; Peter Bates, Consultant in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, Royal London Hospital; and Alain Vuylsteke, Clinical Director of the National Respiratory ECMO Service, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge.

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The Møller Centre

26-27 April 2018

Cambridge Future Trauma Care is held at The Møller Centre.

The Møller Centre is a world class, dedicated residential leadership development and conference centre at Churchill College, Cambridge.

Venue Details

Workshops

DAY 1

Introduction to Trauma Ultrasound

DAY 1

Introduction to Trauma Ultrasound

A hands-on workshop providing training and practice in bedside Focused Abdominal Sonography in Trauma. Instruction is by consultant emergency physicians and radiologists. This workshop is aimed at all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 2

Advanced Trauma Ultrasound

DAY 2

Advanced Trauma Ultrasound

A hands-on workshop providing training in more advanced ultrasound techniques for trauma, including shock assessment, subclavian vein cannulation, and lung ultrasound. Instruction is by consultant emergency physicians and radiologists. This workshop is particularly suitable for doctors competent in Level 1 Emergency Medicine Ultrasound.
DAY 1

Surviving & Thriving in the NHS

DAY 1

Surviving & Thriving in the NHS

This workshop aims to help staff promote their psychological wellbeing and reduce the risk of burnout. We will look at the evidence base and help clinicians develop skills aimed at building resilience in themselves and their teams. This workshop is aimed at all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 1

Medico Legal Masterclass

DAY 1

Medico Legal Masterclass

An interactive workshop led by a solicitor specialising in medical law and a Neuro-Anaesthetist / Intensivist. Focusing on capacity & consent, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, End of Life Care, and compensation, this workshop will demonstrate pitfalls and clarify legal complexities for all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 1

Introduction to Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

DAY 1

Introduction to Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

Step outside (of the building and your comfort zone) to see an ambulance crew and an Enhanced Care Team manage a multiply-injured child, from extrication to anaesthesia. Gain better understanding of the challenges related to an uncontrolled work environment, resource limitation, Trauma Triage and balancing advanced interventions with time spent on scene. This workshop is aimed at all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 2

Top Trauma Papers of 2017

DAY 2

Top Trauma Papers of 2017

Neurosciences & Trauma Critical Care Consultant Ronan O'Leary and Academic Clinical Fellow Sophie Richter chew over an eclectic choice of the latest research from roadside to rehabilitation. Following discussion of study strengths and weaknesses, you can decide whether the findings should change your practice. This workshop is aimed at all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 2

Trauma Nursing Masterclass

DAY 2

Trauma Nursing Masterclass

A double workshop focusing on the bedside aspects of trauma care. Areas covered include moving & handling in Spinal Cord Injury, assessment & management of burns patients, and shift leadership & coordination in Critical Care. With additional expertise from Broomfield Burns Unit, this workshop is particularly suitable for nurses and allied healthcare professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 2

Introduction to Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

DAY 2

Introduction to Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

Step outside (of the building and your comfort zone) to see an ambulance crew and an Enhanced Care Team manage a multiply-injured child, from extrication to anaesthesia. Gain better understanding of the challenges related to an uncontrolled work environment, resource limitation, Trauma Triage and balancing advanced interventions with time spent on scene. This workshop is aimed at all professionals involved in the management of trauma patients.
DAY 2

Paediatric Trauma Masterclass

DAY 2

Paediatric Trauma Masterclass

A more advanced, interactive workshop focusing on stabilisation of injured children prior to transfer within or between hospitals. Led by Paediatric Intensivists and Emergency Physicians, delegates will further develop their approach to optimisation, helping avoid potential pitfalls, and ensure that safety and quality are maintained during transitions of care. This workshop is aimed at more senior professionals involved in the management of injured children.