Damage Control Resuscitation course – Modern Trauma Care beyond the primary survey. This one day symposium uses a case-based learning approach to review the up-to-date emergency department management of major trauma patients. Taught by consultants from the East of England Major Trauma Centre at Cambridge University Hospitals, this course is suitable for all members of trauma teams. This includes Emergency Department nurses and Advanced Clinical Practitioners as well as Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetic and Surgical consultants and trainees.
The programme covers all aspects of primary assessment, resuscitation and immediate care. The symposium is interactive and utilises case-based discussions with audience participation to cover the principles and practice of damage control resuscitation.
The cost for this course is £75.
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11th February, 2020
William Harvey Lecture Theatre
School of Clinical Medicine
Cambridge Biomedical Campus,
Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0SP
Dr Roderick Mackenzie
Dr Rod Mackenzie has been the Clinical Director of the Cambridge Major Trauma Centre since its inception in 2012. In addition to developing, and learning from, the Major Trauma Service, he is also a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine. The Damage Control Resuscitation Course reflects a distillation of trauma resuscitation challenges across the spectrum of age, injury and environment and their practical application to the Emergency Department practitioner. This pragmatic approach to teaching reflects Dr Mackenzie’s historical roles as clinician and commander in a range of civilian and military operational settings.