Workshop on Visceral Trauma – Definitive Surgery for Trauma Care

27. Juli 2015 at 09:53

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21st to 22nd September 2015, Graz, Austria.

This workshop is designed to review state-of-the-art information on the diagnosis and management of severely injured patients. The symposium provides an ideal mix of the traditional standard-of-care principles with cutting edge, forward-moving practices. It explores issues related to resuscitation and surgical technique. The workshop runs theory in the morning sessions and “hands-on” sessions in the afternoon. The course provides the newest in-depth information in the field of gastrointestinal and visceral injuries. The material presented will be exciting as well as readily assimilated and applied.

Participants will:
– Improve clinical skills
– Establish priorities in resuscitation of trauma patients 
– Recognize the evidence that supports decisions and interventions 
– See real-life case presentations as examples
– Familiarize themselves with important diagnostic tests and therapeutic maneuvers 
– Learn new interventions that may improve outcome

Symposium director:
S. Uranüs, M.D., Dr.h.c., F.A.C.S.

Organizing Committee:
D. Nagele-Moser, M.D.,
G. Tomasch, M.D.,MSc.,
L. Kronberger, M.D., MSc.

Organisers:

ESTES-European-Society-for-Trauma-Emergency-SurgeryThe European Society for  Trauma & Emergency Surgery (ESTES) was formed in 2007 by the merger of the European Association for Trauma & Emergency Surgery and the European Trauma Society.  Since then it has continued to promote best practice in the provision of emergency and trauma surgery from pre-hospital care through diagnosis, intervention and intensive care to rehabilitation.  This is underpinned by international collaboration,  scientific research, development and delivery of training courses, and the work of specialist sections.

International-Association-for-Trauma-Surgery-Intensvie-Care-IATSICThe International Association for Trauma Surgery and Intensive Care (IATSIC) is an integrated society within the broader International Society of Surgery (ISS/SIC). IATSIC was established in 1989 and has grown and developed into the most important international professional association in its field. Its membership comprises trauma surgeons, emergency surgeons, acute-care surgeons and intensivists from every corner of the world.

Surgical-Research-Graz-Medical-University-Graz-150x96The Section for Surgical Research at the Medical University Graz is responsible for special teaching and research tasks and is obliged to assure safe and rational use of the technical and other infrastructure. Researchers from various departments of the Medical University pursue their many scientific projects, and the Section hosts special teaching activities including labs, proseminars, seminars and postgraduate training.

Course language:
English

You can download the Programme as a PDF here.
Find more information about the Workshop on Visceral Trauma here.

Course location:
Department of Surgery,
Auenbruggerplatz 29,
8036 Graz

Theory:
Radiology auditorium,
Auenbruggerplatz 9A,
8036 Graz

Hands-on training:
Surgical Research Suite and Department of Pathology

Registration fee:
€ 850.00;
€ 775.00 for members of ESTES and IATSIC member societies

Registrations are accepted on a first-come first-served basis after receipt of payment.

Registration and Contact:
Irmgard Praßl, MPH
Section for Surgical Research
Auenbruggerplatz 29
A-8036 Graz
E-Mail: i.prassl@medunigraz.at
Phone: +43-316 385 83232
Web: http://www.chirurgischeforschung.at/en/visceraltrauma-ws.html

 

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