Fourth Trauma Late of the academic year: 13 February 2020

 

Our fourth Trauma Late, 'Paediatric Trauma’, will be happening on Thursday 13 February 2020. We will have 4 excellent speakers covering 'Paediatric Trauma’ from major incident planning to resuscitation.

The TL kicks off at 6PM in the Perrin Lecture Theatre of the Blizard Building on the Barts and The London Whitechapel campus.

We remind you that ATTENDANCE TO TRAUMA LATES IS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS for the TSCIPP SSC so if you want to apply you should attend. If you cannot attend due to extenuating circumstances, please email tscipp@qmul.ac.uk in advance for us to take this onto consideration when you do apply.

All our Trauma Lates are FREE AND OPEN TO ALL INVOLVED IN THE MEDICAL FIELD. To attend, simply turn up on the day with your professional ID (or student ID if you're a QMUL student) in time for a 6pm start.

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WHAT ARE TRAUMA LATES?

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

'Trauma Lates' are open to all who wish to attend although please do bring professional/student ID with you.

For medical students at QMUL, attendance to 'Trauma Lates' will be part of the application process for the TSCIPP SSC Programme. If you do have acceptable extenuating circumstances however that mean you can't attend, please email tscipp@qmul.ac.uk in advance to let us know of your absence and we will try our best to accommodate this during the application process.

Trauma Lates happen every second Thursday of the Month from 6-8pm in the Perrin Lecture Theatre, Blizard Institute, Whitechapel.
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WHAT IS TSCIPP?

The Centre For Trauma Sciences (C4TS) is offering a unique opportunity for medical students at QMUL to undertake a four-year SSC programme exploring trauma patient care from hospital admission to long term follow up in the community. This SSC, TSCIPP, has a focus on Trauma medicine and aims to educate students beyond Advanced Trauma Life Support, offering exclusive access to the Major Trauma Centre team and clinical research unit at Barts and The London.

Students must apply to join the SSC. Applications will open to first year undergraduate MBBS students as well as first year GEPs only at around Easter time. More info about the SSC and applications can be found here

 

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