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Global Surgical Frontiers Conference
Meeting challenges of trauma care in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)
Friday 15 June 2018
Royal Geographical Society, London

Programme
Session 1: Opening Session
08.15am

Registration

08.45am

Welcome
Professor Vivien Lees



RCS Council Member and Lead for International Affairs

08.50am

Importance of global trauma
Professor Chris Lavy OBE

Professor of Orthapeadic and Tropical surgery, University of Oxford

09.10am Natural disasters and trauma
Professor Tony Redmond OBE





Professor of International Emergency Medicine, University of Manchester


09.30am Surgical delivery during humanitarian disasters
Professor Kathryn Chu




09.50am Developing a trauma service in low income settings
Dr Jeremy Bates



Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Cape Town


10.10am

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, Malawi

The 2030 Vision: Universal access to safe, affordable surgical care
- an impossible reality
Dr Walt Johnson

Emergency and Essential Surgical Care Programme, World Health Organisation


Professor Bruce Biccard

Second Chair at Groote Schuur Hospital and University of Cape Town

10.40am

Panel Q & A

11.00am

Refreshment break

Session 2: Field reports
Professor Nigel Standfield
RCS Council Member

11.20am

Trauma surgery in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Dr Elizabeth Tissingh
Kongo Central Partnership Lead, King’s College London

The Royal College of Surgeons

Programme

11. 40am Capacity issues affecting the delivery of trauma care
Dr Waraguru Wanjau
Medical Doctor, Johns Hopkins MPH candidate



12.00pm Establishing a sustainable trauma service in Hawassa,
Southern Ethiopia
Mr Tony Clayson

Consultant Orthaedic Surgeon, Chairman NOTAA, (Northwest Orthopaedic
Trauma Alliance for Africa)

12.20pm Lifebox
Dr Neeraj Bhardawaj
12:30pm Life-saving training for trauma management in difficult situations
Charles Clayson
12.40pm Keynote Lecture: Bolivian Trauma Initiative
Professor Mamta Swaroop

Northwestern Trauma and Surgical Initiative (NTSI)

1.05pm

Panel Q & A

1.20pm

Lunch and poster competition

Session 3: Workshops
2.15pm

Lightning presentations (sponsors and exhibitors)

2.35pm

Workshop introduction

2.40pm



Workshops 1 - 4 will run twice

Workshop 1
Volunteering

Workshop 2
Research

Workshop 3
Advocacy

Workshop 4
Improving Trauma Care
in Western DRC

Workshop 5
First Responders Course

Professor Tony
Redmond

Professor Jim
Harrison

Dr Waraguru
Wanjau

Dr Stuart Fergusson
Ms Kat Ford
Dr Liz Tissingh

Professor Mamta Swaroop
Dr Issy Marks

GASOC
Representatives
(Global Anaesthesia,
Surgery and Obstetric
Collaboration)

Refreshments available throughout workshops

Global Surgical Frontiers Conference

(Runs once for 30
attendees)
Please note, Workshop
5 will run through the
Refreshment Break

Programme
Session 4: Closing Session
Professor Chris Lavy

Professor of Orthapeadic and Tropical surgery, University of Oxford

4.30pm

Overcoming challenges of trauma surgery in Low and Middle Income
Countries (LMICs)
Mr. Paul Ofori- Atta
Founding President of Motec Life and Gates Hero 2017

4.45pm

Keynote Lecture
To be announced

5.15pm

Close of conference
Professor Derek Alderson

President, Royal College of Surgeons

5.30pm

Poster competition winners announced

5.35pm

Drinks reception

The Royal College of Surgeons

With thanks to our sponsor

This has been accredited by The Royal College of Surgeons for up to 6 CPD points/hours.
Delegates are asked to complete an evaluation form and hand it in to reception on their way out in order to collect their
CPD certificate of attendance.

Follow us on Twitter @RCSNews
Today we will be using the following hashtag:

#RCSGlobalSurgicalFrontiersConference2018

Global Surgical Frontiers Conference

Notes

Notes

Upcoming events

Further details of future events can be found online at
www.rcseng.ac.uk/events

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