Introducing our final Trauma Late of the year - Trauma Lates: In Practice.

This final trauma late will be an interactive session that will draw on the topics discussed at our TLs throughout the year.
Attendees will be able to watch and/or get involved in multiple medical simulation scenarios. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee everyone the opportunity to get involved but will try our best to accommodate as many as we can. Observers will still be able to ask questions and give input throughout the scenarios.
Themes for the simulations will include our previous TL themes as well as some teaching on primary surveys. Previous TL themes include:
- bleeding
- military medicine
- violence reduction
- brain injury
The host for the evening will beDr Jennifer Ross. Dr Ross is currently a clinical research fellow and PhD student with the Centre for Trauma Sciences. She studied medicine at the University of Glasgow and gained membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine in 2016.
Shortly before graduating from medical school she joined the Army Reserve. She went on to complete the QMUL MSc Trauma Sciences (Military and Austere) programme, graduating with distinction in 2016.
Anyone with a medical background is welcome to attend and the event is free as always. Tickets or pre-booking aren't needed. Student should bring student IDs, others should bring professional IDs.
We will be heading to The Griff Inn after the talks to answer any further questions you may have. 

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'Trauma Lates' are monthly forums organised by the TSCIPP programme in conjunction with the Centre for Trauma Sciences. Each 'Trauma Late' will have a different theme every month that will be tackled by speakers from academic, research and other backgrounds.

'Trauma Lates' are open to all who wish to attend although please do bring some ID with you.
For students, attendance to 'Trauma Lates' will be part of the application process for the TSCIPP SSC Programme.


The Centre For Trauma Sciences (C4TS) is offering a unique opportunity for medical students to undertake a four-year SSC programme exploring holistic patient care from hospital admission to long term follow up in the community. This SSC, TSCIPP, aims to educate students beyond Advanced Trauma Life Support, offering exclusive access to the Major Trauma Centre team and clinical research unit. This year we will be recruiting MBBS students from all years except those currently on the 4th year of MBBS or above. More info can be found here


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