The Manchester Bombing - A Network Approach to the Acute Management of Multiple Civilian Casualties

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About the course

Overview: To outline the experience of frontline clinicians in a unique event and the preparation involved with mass casualty events. Speakers to include: Naomi Davis, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Manchester University Foundation Trust; Alistair Rennie, Emergency Department, Manchester University Foundation Trust; Martin Smith, Emergency Department, Salford Royal Foundation Trust. Please note that this symposium will be held from 6.00pm until 8.30pm.

Target Audience: All Surgeons consultants and trainees, particularly those with an interest in trauma. Emergency Department Clinical Staff. Clinicians and management involved in serious incident planning (medical students welcome).

Learning Style: Lectures and questions.

Aims & Objectives: To disperse information learned and to help clinical staff understand the clinical situation and roles of clinicians, units and hospitals.

Learning Outcomes: To be better prepared and informed for a mass casualty event.

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