The GWAAC Symposium returns on Friday 4th October 2019 at Aerospace Bristol. We have an exciting range of speakers covering a variety of PHEM related topics, including keynotes from Professor David Lockey, Chairman of the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care and National Director of EMRTS Wales and Ms Esther Murray, Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at Queen Mary University, London.
Thank you to all who purchased them and keep an eye out for 2020's date announcement following the event on Friday 4th October!
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|0900 – 0910||Welcome|
|Ms Anna Perry||Welcome||CEO, GWAAC|
|Dr Ed Valentine||This is GWAAC||Lead Doctor, GWAAC|
|0910 – 1040||Session 1|
|Ms Ether Murray||Moral injury||Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology, Queen Mary University of London|
|Captain Jim Green||An Introduction to HEMS||Pilot, GWAAC/Babcock International Group|
|1040 – 1110||Tea & Coffee and Visit Trade Stands|
|1110 – 1210||Session 2 – GWAAC in Action|
|Mr James Yates||Case 1||Specialist Paramedic in Critical Care, GWAAC|
|Dr James Tooley||Case 2||Critical Care Doctor, GWAAC|
|1210 – 1310||Lunch and Visit Trade Stands|
|1310 – 1430||Session 3|
|Mr Paul Savage OBE||Medical simulation: so much more than a bloody mess||Managing Director, Saviour Medical|
|Mr Nick Spence||National Ambulance Resilience Unit: What do we do?||NARU, Compliance Advisor|
|1430 – 1500||Tea & Coffee and Visit Trade Stands|
|1500 – 1630||Session 4|
|Professor David Lockey||Pre-Hospital Trauma Care: Where are we heading?||National Director, Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service, Wales and Chairman, Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care|
|Dr Julian Thompson||Pre-Hospital Trauma Care: Where next?||Critical Care Doctor, GWAAC and Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, North Bristol NHS Trust|
We're delighted to be hosting the event at Aerospace Bristol this year.
The event will run from 8.30am - 4.30pm and will include four sessions of 90 minutes covering a range of PHEM topics, from Moral Injury to the future of technology in Pre-Hospital Care.
Tickets will go on sale from 10:00 on Saturnday 1st June at £40 per attendee, which will include refreshments and lunch.