Major Trauma Coordination Symposium: Better Trauma Care Together

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Fieldfisher

2 Swan Lane

London

EC4R 3TT

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Greater survival rates for our trauma patients mean clinicians in acute Trauma settings are increasingly faced with some of the most complex injury presentations and clinical dilemmas.

This symposium will showcase how the largest Major Trauma Centre in the UK has developed interdisciplinary pathway working to optimise patient recovery and experience.

Join us for an exciting day of discussion, networking, and sharing of best practice.


Major Trauma Coordination Symposium:

Better Trauma Care Together

Date: 15th May 2020

Venue: Fieldfisher, 2 Swan Lane, EC4R 3TT


9h00 Welcome and introductions

Resilience in the acute trauma setting

9h10 Trauma informed care in a youth violence setting (Michael Carver- Violence reduction CNS)

9h40 Psychological needs of staff: Caring compassionately within the context of behavioural challenges (Polly Finch, Anna Batho, Marie Claire O’Brien-Psychology)

10h10 Coordinating complexity: Exploring the options for Immigration, homelessness & welfare (Deborah Clarke-welfare advisor & Lina Begum-Complex discharge team)

10h40 TEA

Improving patient experience & outcome

11h00 Neuro Trauma: Ways to plan ahead form Critical Care (Alice Kershberg- Head Injury CNS)

11h30 Working to improve communication and confidence in Spinal Care (Jandira Trindade- Spinal CNS)

12h00 A model of Major Trauma Coordination (After Trauma Team- Nursing and Rehabilitation Coordinators)

12h30 LUNCH

Coordination continues beyond the hospital doors

13h15 Limb reconstruction: Insight into a lengthy recovery (Jade O’Brien- Limb Reconstruction CNS)

13h45 A patient journey in Plastic surgery and Scar management (Harriet Middleton- Plastics CNS, Floredelyn Selim- Scar Management NS)

14h15 Major incident planning: Developing a ‘Friends and Family’ pathway (Trish Burton/Anita West-After Trauma Team)

14h45 TEA

15h10 Orthopaedic Trauma: Virtual reality (Orthopaedic Trauma Coordinators)

15h40 Case management in the MTC: early access to Rehabilitation (Gita Marais-Case Manager)

16h10 Better Trauma Care Together: a patient’s perspective (Jessie Ingle- Polytrauma survivor)

16h40 Questions & Discussion

17h00 Finish and close


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