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BTS 2017 Prize Winners announced!

Following on from the success of the 2017 British Trauma Society Annual Meeting, we are delighted to share with you the prize winners from this year: 1st Prize Clinical Presentation: “Clinical complexity and it’s role in trauma care: validation of AO principles” – Sunny Deo, Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 2nd Prize Clinical Presentation:

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Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh – Remote and Offshore Medicine Programme

Remote and Offshore Medicine Programme Applications for the September 2017 intake are now open and can be completed online here. The application deadline is 21 August 2017. Designed specifically for medics from diverse backgrounds providing care in challenging environments; the programme staircases from CPD, to Certificate and full Postgraduate Diploma. The programme is designed to

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Orthopaedic and trauma course for Emergency Medicine 10—11 June 2017 Queen’s Hospital, Romford, Essex

This course will cover all aspects of trauma and orthopaedics needed for any person working in an accident and emergency department. Designed for all levels of staff including; SHO’s, registrars, Emergency Nurse Practitioners, GP’s working in A&E, and A&E consultants that wish to refresh their knowledge. The first day will consist of comprehensive lectures, with

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BTS 2017 Abstract Submission NOW OPEN!

Abstract submission for the 2017 meeting of the British Trauma Society is now open! This year abstracts are to be submitted via an online portal to make it easier for you as a delegate, and streamline the process. In order to submit your abstract/s please click here. Please note that you will need to ‘sign up’

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