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Trauma Masterclass - Prato, Italy 2024

The Trauma Masterclass provides a deep-dive into trauma care from pre-hospital to the in-hospital setting. This four-day program offers the opportunity to develop both theoretical and hands-on skills. The highly interactive program facilitates exploration of the nuances and controversies of trauma care. The faculty present diverse perspectives to help you develop a system-wide lens to inform the delivery of care to this complex group of patients.

πŸ“… Monday 6 - Thursday 9 May 2024

TRAUMA MASTERCLASS

 

OVERVIEW

The Trauma Masterclass provides a deep-dive into trauma care from pre-hospital to in-hospital setting. The four-day program offers the opportunity to develop both theoretical and hands-on skills.

This highly interactive course facilitates exploration of the nuances and controversies of trauma care. The faculty present diverse perspectives to help you develop a system-wide lens to inform delivery of care to this complex group of patients.Β 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
  • Critical Care Specialists and/or Fellows in Emergency Medicine, Retrieval, Intensive Care, or AnaestheticsΒ 
  • Senior Critical Care Registrars in Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care, or Anaesthetics
  • Rural GPs/CMOs involved in retrievals/trauma resuscitationΒ 
DATES

Monday 6 – Thursday 9 May 2024

LOCATION

Monash University Prato Centre
Prato PO, Italy

FORMAT

Trauma Masterclass

Our multi-modal agenda will include advanced-level case explorations, low-fidelity simulation, debates, panel discussions, and both large and small-group work to provide deep learning and confidence-building education. We will take full advantage of our beautiful Tuscan setting with curb-side scenarios and fantastic social and networking events. Our stunning learning space is designed for intellectual and cultural exchange in the heritage-listed Palazzo Vaj, Monash University Prato Campus.Β 

Learning topics will include traumatic cardiac arrest, airway management, massive transfusion, spinal clearance and spinal injury, solid organ injuries, chest injuries; and life, limb, sight-saving injuries.Β 

The program will require attendance at the full four-day workshop.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Understand the importance of trauma systems and their impact on patient outcomesΒ 
  • Develop and extend skills in rapid clinical decision-making in traumaΒ 
  • Examine contemporary evidence for providing multi-trauma patient careΒ 
  • Analyse the connections between human factors and clinical careΒ 
  • Discuss the centrality of teaching and research in trauma care advancementΒ 
  • Explore pre-hospital trauma care and its integration with in-hospital trauma receptionΒ 
  • Evaluate the use of investigative modalities in trauma care (e.g. TEG vs ROTEM, Radiology CT Scan vs. Theatre)Β 

 

Group Dinners

These optional group dinners are an excellent opportunity to get to know other delegates outside of the course. They are open to delegates attending the Trauma Masterclass and the Emergency Department Leadership Course.

Partners are welcome to attend these events and advance booking is encouraged as places are limited.Β  Please note: if you are planning to have children in attendance, please contact us to discuss your options.

Monday 6 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

Thursday 9 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

FEES

Cost: AUD $2700.00 + GST
The registration fee includes the 4-day course and daily catering.

GROUP DINNERS (Optional)

These dinners are an excellent opportunity to get to know other delegates outside of the course. They are open to delegates attending the Trauma Masterclass and the Emergency Department Leadership Course. Partners are welcome to attend these events and advance booking is encouraged.Β  Please note: if you are planning to have children in attendance, please contact us to discuss your options.

Monday 6 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

Thursday 9 May 2024
AUD $150.00 per person

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Cancelled registrations can be transferred to an alternative course or held in credit and used in the next 12 months.

Please note, when you register, you will be agreeing to the following:
  1. Disclaimer: The content of this course is directed at appropriately licensed and trained practitioners. It represents current information about the provision of emergency medical care. It is not intended to replace, and should not be construed as medical advice. Any concerns regarding a medical diagnosis or treatment should not be directed to a medical practitioner.
  2. Course cancellation: In very rare cases, due to clinical demand or other unforeseen, unavoidable reasons, courses may need to be cancelled. In this instance registrants will be advised urgently and will receive a full refund for registration fees.
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REFUND POLICY

Substitution
If, after booking an event you are unable to attend, you are welcome to nominate someone else to attend in your place. Please advise substitutions via email so a correct name tag will be available at the registration desk. CPD hours will be allocated to the substitute delegate.

Refunds

  • Cancellation more than 30 days before the event: 70% refund.
  • Cancellation less than 30 days: no refund. A credit will be provided and can be used over 24-months from the date of cancellation.
  • Cancellation must be in writing.

 

A/PROF JOSEPH MATHEW

A/Prof Mathew has been successfully involved in Trauma systems development across Asia in countries like India, Sri Lanka, China and Saudi Arabia. He was the Australian lead of the successfully completed Australia- India Trauma System Collaboration which involved systems development, registry development and technology development. He is done work as a consultant in trauma systems development.

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DR CLARE RICHMOND

Dr Richmond is an emergency physician who provides critical care anywhere in her role a s pre-hospital and retrieval medicine specialist with NSW Ambulance, where she is Supervisor of Medical Training and a State Retrieval Consultant. On other days, Clare can be found in the emergency department at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, asking her team β€˜what do you want to learn about today?’ musing the same thoughts for her own time, seeking always to discover. She enjoys educating multidisciplinary clinicians for Sydney HEMS, Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, the University of Sydney and at the courses and conferences across the globe. She has worked both Central Australia and central London, amongst other locations. Clare is curious about teamwork and how to make things better for both staff and patients. When she is not flying in the sky (or helping others to be airborne), this curly haired doctor can be found doing yoga or taking her dog Archie on adventures.

ADDRESS

Monash University Prato Centre
Palazzo Vai
Via Pugliesi, 26
59100 Prato (PO)
ITALY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The following links will provide more information about the location and the beautiful city of Prato.


Course participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodation and travel.

For more information about this course, please contact the Course Coordinator.

Angela Hodges
Alfred Emergency Education
Telephone: 03 9076 8424
Email: etc@alfred.org.au