Three lectures covering sepsis and a military approach to biological and chemical injury including a presentation from a consultant working in Kerrytown with ebola patients.

TOPICS COVERED

Three clinical presentations from reserve members of the Royal army medical corp who are also medics in NHS. They will offer an insight into the military approach to sepsis as well as chemical and biological injuries. The presenters include a fellow from the royal college of pathologists who spent time in Sierra Leone during the ebola outbreak. Presentations will aim to highlight the principles of infection control, protective equipment, human factors and overcoming the fear attached to managing patients who pose a risk to their health care team.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Any health care professionals.

SPEAKERS

  • Col Tom Trinnock
  • Consultant chemical pathologist
  • Col Adriel Stewart
  • Consultant emergency medicine
  • Major Kelly Elliott
  • Consultant pathologist

For more information, please contact: 204HOSP-ROSO@mod.gov.uk

  • 18:30 - 27/02/2020 to 21:00 - 27/02/2020
  • Altnagelvin hospital , Londonderry , BT47 7SB, United Kingdom (Great Britain)