With the incidence of severe trauma in Australia rising, it is essential that frontline medical staff are equipped with the skills to manage these patients.
Skills that have traditionally been in the domain of experienced trauma surgeons have now extended into the repertoire of critical care physicians. It is vital these skills are performed and maintained to the highest level, and our high-fidelity courses provide this opportunity.
Targeted at consultant-level physicians in critical care streams, The TRAPS Course is a two- day high-fidelity training course where you obtain mastery of practical skills – through the use of anaesthetised animal models and human cadavers.
Learn the theory and master life saving surgical skills, under the guidance of an expert group of critical care physicians and trauma surgeons.
The TRAPS lecture series is a one-day intensive lecture course focussing on hot topics in current trauma care. Delivered by an expert group of instructors, this course provides up-to-date pearls in trauma education – focussing of navigating common pitfalls – and is open to those in the health care sector with an interest in trauma management. The TRAPS lecture series is a prerequisite for enrolment in the two-day practical TRAPS course.
Develop your critical care and surgical skills to simulate the high pressure nature of severe trauma.
Learn the theory, and get hands-on with translatable skills honed by a team of experienced clinicians.
After the course, keep contact with expert faculty and access online resources for further knowledge.
Increase your knowledge and abilities to build on the clinical excellence offered by your team and organisation.
Develop tactics and skills to work more effectively in a high-pressure team environment.
Continue your medical education with the recognised skills learnt in the TRAPS Course.
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