Brains, Backs and Bones - Challenging Injuries for Challenging Times

Trauma Tasmania Saturday, 24 March 2018 LT2, Medical Science Precinct, UTAS, Hobart

National experts will provide an update on the state of the art practices in brain, spinal and pelvic injures, from scene to survivor. 
Speakers will review the evidence base, describe practice guidelines and capability requirements, and examine controversies & pitfalls: 
- Severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) in adults and children
- Mild-mod TBI - TBI survivors - Cervical spine injuries
- Spinal cord injury management (SCI)
- SCI survivors
- Pelvic injuries 
We look forward to welcoming you at the Trauma Tasmania Symposium 2018 
Trauma Tasmania 2018 Organising Committee 
Clinical Associate Professor Marcus Skinner, Clinical Director, Surgical and Preoperative Services, Royal Hobart Hospital
Mr Michael Ee, Department of Paediatric Surgery, Chair Trauma Committee, Royal Hobart Hospital
Dr Sandy Zalstein, State Trauma Services, Tasmania
Mr Andrew Keygan, Clincial Nurse Consultant, State-wide Trauma, State Trauma Service