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Interdisciplinary Polytraumacourse
Saturday, April 27 08.00 am – 5:30 pm

For the first time this year, this interdisciplinary course – Polytrauma Course (PTC) – is recommended as educational content by the Swiss Trauma Society (STS).

The course covers the entire management of a polytraumatized patient (rescue, emergency room, ICU, ward, rehabilitation). It includes lectures, case discussions, and practical exercises, depending on the modules selected the participant.

We offer a free App (both for iOS and Android), which provides an overview of scores, scales and flowsheets to help manage severely injured patients.

This year, we provide the essential modules to achieve the accredited course in a one-day program.

The continuing education points can be submitted to your professional association with the participant confirmation

Course directors:
Hans-Christoph Pape, MD, Professor
Chairman of the Department of Trauma Surgery, University Hospital Zurich
General Secretary of the European Society for Trauma & Emergency (ESTES)

Roman Pfeifer, MD Professor
Translational Polytrauma Research University of Zurich
Department of Trauma Surgery, University Hospital Zurich

Details:

Start: Saturday, April 27, 2024, 08.00 am
End:  Saturday, April 27, 2024  5:30 pm

Please click here to see the programm.

Event Category:
Endorsed

Time Table:
Saturday, April 27th, 2024


CREDITS

SGC/SSC: 8
swiss orthopaedics: 8
UEMS: requested

Location
Estoril Convention Center, Avenue Amaral
2765-192 Estoril, Portugal

Course Language : English

Registration:
kongressTRA@usz.ch

The course is limited to 40 places, first come, first served

Concept and modules join our website: www.polytraumacourse.com

Further information will follow

Course fees:

Euro 400 for ESTES members
Euro 500 for non-members

Payment: After receiving the registration confirmation, you will be provided with the payment details

Target audience: general surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic trauma surgeons, intensivists, and emergency physicians.

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