Description

This two-day course will provide you with knowledge and techniques to manage a wide variety of emergency on-call trauma situations.Led by expert faculty and with a high faculty: participant ratio, the course is taught through a mix of lectures and practical skills workshops.Using animal tissue you will be able to practise a range of vascular, abdominal and thoracic operative procedures including thoracotomy and DCS bowel resection.The course is mapped to the ISCP syllabus.RCS membership entitles you to a 10% discount on this course at partner centres. Find out if you’re eligible to join or transfer. £999.00 2 days 12.00 CPD PointsAfter attending this course, you should be able to:Describe a standard initial approach (RRIM: Recognition, Resuscitation, Investigation and Management) to the emergency surgery patientApply the RRIM model to the initial care and treatment of patients with:Common conditions of the gastro-intestinal systemSurgical infectionsVascular emergencies and vascular traumaTrauma to the thorax and abdomenDemonstrate a range of operative procedures (on an animal model) relevant to the above conditionsOutline the principles of damage control resuscitationDemonstrate improved clinical reasoning and decision-makingDiscuss the role of teamwork and the importance of professionalism in the care and treatment of emergency surgery and trauma patients