I’m Eliot, the previous surgical teaching fellow at University Hospital of Wales. As part of this role I have been organizing a series of online talks on trauma, which have included talks by surgical consultant Mr O’Reilly on general surgical trauma, and by myself and surgical registrar Mr Chris Chalklin on the principles of ATLS. These have been attended by students and doctors from across Wales and have received excellent feedback. The talks have so far been advertised regionally in Wales, but I would like to extend subsequent talks to include students nationally.
The next talk will be on 24/8/21 at 19:00. This will cover paediatric trauma and will be delivered by Dr Dom Wooldridge, a clinical fellow in intensive care medicine. He has an interest in paediatric critical care, having previously been chair of the Early Career Seminar at the World Federation of Paediatric Intensive and Critical Care Conference in 2020, and has presented research on traumatic brain injury in paediatric populations.
This will be a great talk for those interested in working in trauma, especially those who have had limited exposure to trauma in paediatric populations. It will be a free zoom lecture lasting ~1 hour, and you can register using the link below.
|Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Paediatric Trauma. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.Dom Wooldridge is a Clinical Fellow in Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. He was Chair of the Early Career Seminar at the World Federation of Paediatric Intensive and Critical Care Conference in 2020, and has presented research on traumatic brain injury in paediatric populations.us02web.zoom.us|