Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in BTS 2019 in Nottingham.
The Prize Winners for Best Presentations are as follows:
1st Prize Best Clinical Presentation – ‘Scapula Fractures in polytrauma patients at a Major Trauma Centre are a marker for increased morbidity but not mortality‘ – Matthew Ricks (Consultant), Dan Blyth, Campbell Hand, Andy Cole, George Cox. University Hospital Southampton, Southampton UK
2nd Prize Best Clinical Presentation – ‘Trauma Training within the UK System – a feasibility study’ – Kate Hancorn (Senior Fellow), Ross Davenport, Martin Griffiths, Nigel Tai. Royal London Hospital, Trauma Service, London UK
Best Scientific Presentation – ‘Investigating the cerebroprotective effects of cardiosupportive treatment using a mouse model of traumatic haemorragic shock’ – Umar Rehman (FY1), Banjerd Praditsuktavorn, Ping Yip, Karim Brohi, Adina Micheal-Titus, Jordi L.Tremoleda. Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Blizard Institute, Centre for Neurosciences, Surgery and Trauma Centre for Trauma Services, London UK
Best Poster – ‘Junior Trainee Knowledge on the soft tissue management of open tibial fractures‘ – Rory Bonner, Joseph Stallard, Sharmila Jivan. Department of Plastic Surgery, Pinderfields General Hospital Wakefield, UK
Best Medical Student Prize – ‘Tackling Pre-Hospital Trauma Head on. A service evaluation of Newport’s physician response unit in its management of traumatic head injuries‘ – Fiona Andrew (Year 4 Medical Student) Cardiff University UK
TLA Medicolegal Best Presentation Prize – ‘Reported Soft Tissue Injuries following low-velocity impact collisions: a retrospective analysis‘ – David Ensor, Holly Morris, Chika Uzoigwe, Farzad Shabani, Harish Karup. East Midlands South Training Rotation, Leicester Medical School, North East Thames Royal London Training rotation, Harcourt House Sheffield, Queens Hospital Romford, Pilgrim Hospital Boston UK
Trade Engagement Prize – Komal Nawaz
To view the final conference programme and abstracts please click on the below.