Pan London Major Trauma System symposium: 14/12/16 Royal Geographical Society

The first Pan London Major Trauma System symposium 'Sharing trauma innovation from London and the South East' was held on 14 December 2016 at the Royal Geographical Society


08.30 - 0.915 Registration

09.15 – 09.45 Welcome. The Pan London Major Trauma System: activity, strengths and the future Prof Karim Brohi, London Major Trauma System Director


09.45-10.10 Trauma units at the heart of an inclusive system Dr Malcolm Tunnicliffe (SELKAM),

10.10-10.20 Geospatial analysis of inclusive networks: where do our trauma patients get taken to? Mr Chris Aylwin (NWTN)

10.20-10.50 Coffee


10.50-11.15 The burden of TBI in London – what we know and what we are doing about it?   Mr Mark Wilson, (NWTN)

11.15-11.45 Elderly trauma. Standards of care for the capital and beyond  Dr Adam Woodgate (NELETN), Dr Michael Fertleman (NWTN) 

11.45-12.10 Managing MSK trauma rehabilitation in London – the tip of the iceberg  Lucy Silvester (SWSTN) 

12.10-12.40 Patient recovery after major trauma  Dr Karen Hoffman (NELETN) and Ms Grace Harvard

12.40-13.40 Lunch


13.40-13.50 The increasing prevalence of violent trauma across the region  Mr Martin Griffiths, (NELETN)

13.50-14.35 Violent trauma in London - a panel discussion  Chair: Mr Duncan Bew (SELKAM). Panel: Police Commander John Sutherland, Mr John Poynton - Red Thread, Mr Martin Griffiths (NELETN)

14.35-15.00 Pan London Mass Casualty plans and the terrorist threat response  Mr Kelvin Wright (SWSTN)

15.00-15.30 Tea


15.30-16.00 PHEM in London. Inspirational cases and future innovation for pre hospital care Dr Gareth Davies, London Air Ambulance

16.00-16.45 Bright lights, Big cities. What London can learn from New York and what New York can learn from London?
Prof Sheldon Teperman, Director of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care-Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx NY, Professor of Surgery The Albert Einstein College of Medicine

16.45-17.00 Final questions and closing remarks

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