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TRAUMA TASMANIA 2020:
PRE-HOSPITAL & RETRIEVAL MEDICINE – WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU DIAL 000?
Trauma systems are designed to get the right patient at the right hospital in the right time receiving the right care. High quality pre-hospital care is thus an essential component of a mature trauma system. In recent years, Tasmania has witnessed great advances in our collective capability to provide care in the pre-hospital phase, especially through the evolution of the Aero-Medical and Medical Retrieval Division (AMMRD) of Ambulance Tasmania, which allows advanced Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine (PHARM) to be delivered from the point of injury to the point of definitive care.
Join us at Trauma Tasmania 2020 as we focus our attention on the gains made and yet to be made in managing the vital first hours after injury, and as we consider how best to coordinate and evaluate service delivery so as to approach the ultimate goal of zero preventable pre-hospital deaths.
Clinical Associate Professor Marcus Skinner
MSc BMedScDipDHM MBBS AFRACMA FANZCA
Clinical Director, Surgical and Perioperative Services, Royal Hobart Hospital
Dr Adam Mahoney
BSc (Med)(Hons) MBBS (Hons) PGDipMedEdMClinUS FANZCA
Medical Director (Acting), Trauma Service, Surgical and Perioperative Services, Royal Hobart Hospital
Ms Clare Collins
Clinical Nurse Consultant, Trauma Service, Royal Hobart Hospital
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