Cambridge Future Trauma Care ’18
Trauma is both the system and the disease.
We are closely involved with the Cambridge Future Trauma Care ’18 Conference which is a two-day multiprofessional educational event held in Cambridge, UK. CFTC’18 is a new approach to trauma conferences reflecting the unique interaction between trauma systems and clinical medicine in the care of our patients. The conference has three objectives:
CFTC’18 is a new approach to trauma conferences reflecting the unique interaction between trauma systems and clinical medicine in the care of our patients. The conference has three objectives:
- To use world class trauma care to develop skills and understanding.
- To encourage networking, collaboration, and innovation to improve the trauma care.
- To learn from excellence outside of medicine.
Seminars and workshops will cover trauma clinical care, team relationships, systems engineering, violence prevention, medical law, and patient experiences of life changing trauma.
The conference will insprire learning, innovation, and iconoclasm in all aspects of trauma care and will will appeal to all professionals involved in the care of traumatically injured patients.
Speakers include Karim Brohi, Clinical Director for Major Trauma in London; Ed Barnard, Consultant in PHEM Defence Medical Services; Steve Eaton MBE, Performance Development Consultant at DNA Definitive; Rob Loe, Director of the Relational Schools Foundation, Karyn McClusky, Chief executive of Community Justice Scotland, Angelos Kolias, Lecturer in Neurosurgery at the University of Cambridge; Peter Bates, Consultant in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, Royal London Hospital; and Alain Vuylsteke, Clinical Director of the National Respiratory ECMO Service, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge.