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OXFORD – 22nd – 24th November 2022

The British Trauma Society was founded in 1989 to bring together everyone involved in the care of the injured from roadside to rehabilitation. Today we are going strong as the oldest multi-disciplinary trauma focussed Charitable Society in the UK and are glad to say that we represent a diverse, multi-disciplinary spectrum, including medical and allied healthcare professionals.

ASM Bookings still OPEN!

Simply click here to sign up: BTS ASM 2022 SIGN-UP PAGE

Attendance is significantly cheaper if you are a BTS Member… CLICK HERE TO JOIN BTS for only £20 – Membership – British Trauma Society

 

Venue (SEST Course and ASM): Leonardo Royal Hotel (formerly Jury’s Inn), Oxford, Godstow Road, OX28AL 

Dates/Times:

Pre-Conference workshop (FACE TO FACE): Tuesday 22 November 2022, Registration 08:30-09:00 Pre-Conference Workshop 22 Nov 2022 Agenda,

CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFO ON SEST COURSE PAGE

BTS Annual Scientific Meeting: Wed 23-Thu 24 November 2022, Registration 08:30-09:00 – Programme to be released Tue 22 Nov

Those attending ASM virtually will receive a link before the morning of Wednesday 23rd November to follow proceedings.

BTS AGM: Wednesday 23 November, 18:00 – Open to members only

Parking: Car parking is available at the hotel on a first arrive, first serve basis and available at the following rates:

Up to 1 hour: Free
Up to 4 hours: £2.00
Up to 12 hours: £4.00
13 to 24 hours: £6.00

Please contact conference@britishtrauma.com if you would like to contact the conference team directly and they will be glad to help.


 

Annual Scientific Meeting 2022 “Innovation in Trauma” – Face to Face (Leonardo Royal Hotel, formerly Jury’s Inn Hotel, Oxford)

This year promises to be another exciting conference, on the theme of ‘Innovation in Trauma’ with a stellar line-up of keynote speakers already confirmed – see below:

Keynote Speaker Line-up:

  • Nelson Olim (WHO head of simulation and the MCM programme) and Harald Veen (WHO MCM Europe) – Development of WHO academy, creating global Mass casualty programme
  • Prof Pallister – High fidelity trauma simulation advances
  • Major Max Marsden – AI in trauma
  • Mr Mark Wilson – Update in the field of Neurosurgery in Trauma
  • Mr Martin Griffiths – Violence reduction lead NHS England – Recent advances and innovative practice
  • Dr Steve Bush – The future of ATLS and how you can shape it
  • Professor Matthew Costa – An update on key orthopaedic research and what it has changed.
  • Professor Janet Lord – The impact of trauma and critical illness on the ageing process
 

It promises to be an exciting, educational three days, together with the aforementioned action packed pre-conference workshop focusing on the delivery of life-saving and limb saving techniques, equipment and surgery. The workshop instructors are experienced trauma clinicians, regularly involved in acute polytrauma management using the latest knowledge in the field.

Please contact conference@britishtrauma.com if you would like to contact the conference team directly and they will be glad to help.

See the event page for full details.

 

On another note, we are excited to announce that we have recently expanded our team, and are not currently seeking new applications, but if you would like to be considered in the future – CLICK HERE TO EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST.

Through this fusion of breadth of expertise in our membership, we are able to encourage and provide an exciting platform for dissemination of scientific discovery and innovation in trauma, educate, and stimulate discussion and reflection on issues of the day. To this end, we hold an Annual Scientific Meeting, with regular educational events interspersed throughout the year.

New BTS membership only £20!

Take advantage of our huge new member discount and pay £20 for the first year only. Valid until 2023. 

Why join us?

The last few years have seen an exciting new direction for BTS: given the unique nature of our society, we are perfectly placed to bring together experts in a myriad of fields – allowing us to formulate high-level guidelines for specialty-specific areas of trauma, easily accessible to those on the ground when they need it most. As a linked society to European Society of Trauma & Emergency Surgery (ESTES), we are also increasingly collaborating with our European partners to develop these avenues further, which is an exciting prospect!

Interactive Education Resources
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Join the Executive Committee
Networking opportunities
Interactive Education Resources
Discounted Conference Rates
Vote and have your say
Eligibility to apply for Grants
Join the Executive Committee
Networking opportunities

By joining BTS, you will be part of something stimulating, meaningful and influential. We welcome everyone – Together we’re stronger…Be part of improving what we do today, and shaping how we do things tomorrow – join BTS now!