Trauma - FULLY BOOKED
Location: Institute of Physics (76 Portland Place)
18:30 Mr David Goodier - Classifying Trauma
19:00 Mr Angus Lewis 'Acute Pelvic Trauma and Avoiding the "Pit Falls"'
19:30 Hannah Pugh - Traumatic Wound Management
20:00 Mr Brian Cohen - Shoulder Fractures
20:30 Q & A followed by Dessert
Please note that due to current regulations, we are now required to ask all patients wishing to make an appointment at the London Orthopaedic Clinic the following questions:
A. Have you travelled to or returned from a country where VHF/Ebola has been identified?
B. Have you been in contact with bodily fluid/handled specimens (blood, urine, faeces, tissues, laboratory cultures) from an individual or laboratory animal known to or suspected to have VHF/Ebola?
If the answer is yes to either of these questions, a member of our clinical team will be contacting you.
We will be advertising our educational programme for 2015 shortly.
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