Welcome Address: Dr Colin Gilhooley, Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant and Head of Service CYPED, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals
Chief Guest: Anthony May, Chief Executive Officer, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals
Keynote Address: Professor Chris Moran, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery at Nottingham University Hospitals
Violence Involving Young People: The Extent and Nature, Causes and Solutions:
Grace Strong, Director and Dr Stevie-Jade Hardy, Head of Data, Evidence and Evaluation.
The Violence Reduction Network, Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Paediatric Hand and Wrist Injuries, Pearls and Pitfalls for the ED Clinician: Dan Armstrong, Consultant Hand and Wrist Surgeon, University Hospitals of Derby & Burton; Honorary Assistant Professor Nottingham University Medical School
The Future of Paediatric Fracture Management: Professor Daniel Perry, NIHR Research Professor & Honorary Consultant Children's Orthopaedic Surgeon, Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool
Pain & Painful Procedures: Becky Platt, Advanced Care Practitioner, Paediatric Emergency Department, Royal London Hospital, Executive member of the Don’t Forget the Bubbles
Paediatric Trauma in Pre-hospital Environment: James Nayyar, Peri-operative Medicine & Paediatric Anaesthesia Fellow, at NHS East Midlands, EMICS Immediate Care physician, KidConfident founder
Major Incidents Triage: Julia Surridge, Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton, co-chair RCPCH PEMISAC
Paediatric Blast Injuries: Paul Reavley, Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant, Bristol Children’s Hospital and Paediatric Blast Injury Partnership Co-Chair
Workshops will be running in parallel.
Please note: Workshops have an additional charge. Every workshop has a maximum capacity of 20, on a first come first serve basis.
Sharpen your skills in ring, facial and USS-guided femoral blocks.
Advanced Ultrasound for paediatric trauma
Take a deep dive into the role of ultrasound in paediatric trauma before getting hands on experience in ultrasound
The unstable trauma patient
Focus on critical decision-making in the unstable trauma patient through sim scenarios before revisiting essential emergency practical skills
Understand how to assess fracture patterns, need for reduction, and cast/splint selection. Get messy with hands-on casting of your fellow delegates!
Leadership in paediatric trauma
A fun activity-based session of reflection, self-interrogation and development focusing on enhancing your natural attributes to be a better trauma team leader (and follower).