Professor Susan Brundage

Professor of Trauma Education

Professor Brundage joined C4TS in July 2013 recruited from the USA to direct the International Masters in Trauma Sciences. Prof Brundage is recognized as a global trauma expert based on her reputation as an outstanding trauma surgeon combined with prominent and practice-defining publications in outcomes research. Prof Brundage’s longstanding interest in dissemination of trauma knowledge and education has resulted in extensive presentations in America plus lectures throughout South Africa, West Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia and the UK

Professor Brundage has published > 90 peer reviewed high impact publications and book chapters in trauma outcomes research and surgical education. Prof Brundage was one of twelve surgeons in the USA selected to develop the educational material and instruct at the Comprehensive General Surgery Review Courses developed by the American College of Surgeons Division on Education. Professor Brundage has also been highly involved with international dissemination of the Association for Academic Surgery’s Fundamentals of Surgical Research and Career Development Courses.

Professor Brundage is actively involved in major Surgical Societies;  American College of Surgeons, American Association for the Surgery Of Trauma, Western Trauma Association, Society of University Surgeons, and the Association for Academic Surgeons.  Prof Brundage served as World Health Organization Advisor in Geneva, Switzerland co-editing the WHO “Guidelines for Trauma Quality Improvement Programmes.”  This document provides an important resource for developing effective Trauma QI Programmes particularly focusing on the capacities of resource limited environments and is freely available online (click here to view the document within the WHO website).

Contact

email: s.brundage@qmul.ac.uk

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