• Trauma Resuscitation Symposium - Beyond ATLS

    This one day symposium uses a case-based learning approach to review the up-to-date Emergency Department management of major trauma patients.
    The Trauma Resuscitation Symposium has evolved from our popular and highly rated Damage Control Resuscitation courses. Taught by consultants from the Cambridge Major Trauma Centre, the symposium is aimed at all those responsible for the immediate assessment and management of the severely injured patient and is suitable for all members of trauma teams. This includes Emergency Department nurses and Advanced Clinical Practitioners as well as Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetic and Surgical consultants and trainees.

    Who is Trauma Resuscitation Symposium for?

    The programme covers all aspects of primary assessment, resuscitation and immediate care and provides an opportunity for delegates to immerse themselves in a range of trauma patient presentations and make real-time critical decisions regarding trauma resuscitation.

  • Course approved for 6 CPD credits by RCP.

    Managing the critically ill outside an intensive care setting has been designed for professionals who encounter such patients in their daily practice. Come join us for a one-day case-based symposium on some of the common but challenging topics and listen to our experts from Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Acute Medicine.

    Who is Resuscitation of the critically ill for?

    • Emergency Physicians
    • Acute Physicians
    • Intensive Care Clinicians
    • Advanced Care Clinicians who work in any critical care settings

    Objectives for the day

    • Evidence based management of the critically ill
    • Provide confidence in decision making in the critically ill
    • Practical skills required for managing sick patients


    Delegates can choose to attend eone of the workshops, both morning and afternoon workshops are available and will follow the relevant programme above.

    The workshop places are limited and allocated on first come first serve basis.

    Select the option from the drop down menu before booking.