The Victorian Trauma Grand Round is a collaborative initiative to provide a forum for healthcare professionals involved in acute trauma care in Victoria to explore and debate all aspects of trauma care. The program will promote collaborative efforts and networking among members of the trauma community and showcase the expertise and available resources in trauma care in Victoria. Each quarter a grand round event will be hosted by a major Victorian trauma care provider. These events are open to all healthcare professionals.
Specialists at the Victorian Adult Burns Service have reported a surge in burns since Victoria's stage-3 corona virus lockdown came into effect in March – but severe burns occur at any time of the year - and often in rural and regional areas.
The early management of burns sets the scene for patient outcomes: knowing what to do and providing best care makes a huge difference to the patient journey. Take this opportunity to update your skills and knowledge of the management for burn injuries, particularly in the early stages after injury, to improve patient care and outcomes.
Please follow the link to register for the event. https://vtgr.org/
Date: Tuesday 8 September 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8.30 pm
Location: Due to Covid-19 this event will only live-streamed.
Please register if you wish to obtain a certificate of attendance for CPD purposes post-event.
1835-1845 Welcome and introduction
1845-1855 Case study: Routine paddock burn-off gone wrong - a rural example of burn management
1855-1910 Pre-hospital management and transfer
1910-1925 Critical care of the burnt patient
1925-1940 Pain management
1955-2000 Summary: key learning points
2000-2025 Panel discussion
2025-2030 Event close