The team from the February Sussex Trauma Course

The team from the February Sussex Trauma Course

The Sussex Trauma Course took place in Brighton on Wednesday 21st February 2018 and a great group from a wide range of professional disciplines participated. Well done to everyone, and thank you to the team who delivered such a successful day.

SECAM: Current Challenges, Future Opportunities

SECAM: Current Challenges, Future Opportunities

Dr Fionna Moore, SECAMB’s Medical Director, spoke at the Sussex Trauma Network education event on Thursday 18th January 2018 on the topic of “Current Challenges, Future Opportunities”, and gave a brilliant insight in to the complexities of the organisation and the efforts being made to transform the way they work.

 

A great team complete Sussex Trauma Course

A great team complete Sussex Trauma Course

The latest Sussex Trauma Course took place in Brighton on Tuesday 10th October and a great group from a wide range of professional disciplines participated. Well done to everyone who participated, and thank you to all of the team who delivered such a successful day.

 

Group Photo from the Sussex Trauma Course October 2017, Brighton

Group Photo from the Sussex Trauma Course October 2017, Brighton

Sussex Trauma Courses 2018

Sussex Trauma Courses 2018

 

26th March, 2018            Royal Sussex County Hospital, BSUHT

 


We are sorry but until further notice we are unable to offer the Sussex Trauma Course

 


 

Photos from the Sussex trauma Network Conference March 2016

Photos from the Sussex trauma Network Conference March 2016

Innovation in Rehabilitation: Thinking outside the box

Amex Community Stadium

The Sussex Trauma Network hosted its inaugural conference on 16 March 2016 at the Amex Stadium. The conference theme was Rehabilitation – Innovations in Rehabilitation: Thinking outside the box.

Rehabilitation is an integral part of trauma care and essential to maximising the outcomes following national changes to trauma care delivery. Our key note speaker was Col. John Etherington, National Clinical Director for Rehabilitation. His emphasis was on the economic impact that rehabilitation brings to society, with a strong focus towards developing strategies to support populations returning to work and meaningful activity. Keeping with the theme of innovation were sessions on cloud based technology to support the use of Rehabilitation Prescriptions, Equine Assisted Therapy, new models for vocational rehabilitation, learning from the military, use of in-house legal clinics to support rehabilitation within the NHS and Equine Assisted Therapy.

A number of patients, including two quadruple amputees, provided highly inspirational presentations from a patient perspective.

The day was ably supported by a conference exhibitor gallery, including some innovative tools to help major trauma victims return to functional life.

The presentations from the event can be found by registering at http://sussextrauma.org/2016/01/12/innovation-in-rehabilitation-conference/ – a selection of photographs from the event are shown above, click to the right of them to scroll through them.

We are looking forward to arranging our next conference