Rural Trauma Team Training
Doctors and nurses working in rural, remote or isolated roles.
Rural nurses in non-medically staffed emergency departments, and doctors (such as rural GPs) who provide support when called in are particularly encouraged to apply.
2020 course dates
- Wednesday, 15 April
- Thursday, 17 September
7 hours face-to-face teaching. Certificate of attendance will be issued.
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To develop a systematic approach to the early recognition and stabilization of adult and paediatric trauma patients
Course content will be tailored specifically for the participants on the day. For example, we take into account the local availability of equipment such as difficult airway devices, and the availability of help, when planning the scenarios.
Our faculty is experienced in the delivery of courses for a wide variety of participants including those from remote areas. We are extremely flexible and our primary goal is to ensure your learning needs are met.
This course is sponsored by the Trauma Service at John Hunter Hospital utilising Glencore funds to support registration fees for rural and remote participants.
Please contact the HNE Simulation Centre regarding eligibility.