Lt Col Chris Gibson
Lt Col Chris Gibson, SO1 clinical Policy, Defence Medical Services, explains how the use of simulated training has enabled pre-deployment medical capability assurance and touches on the future simulated training environment which, once developed, will utilise virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
Prof Liam Grover (Speaker Day Two)
Prof Liam Grover, speaking on Day Two of Trauma Innovation 2016, tells us about the work he is doing on developing materials, for use at point of wounding, and novel therapies to help minimise the long term impact of traumatic injuries
Dr Arash Angadji & Surg Capt Sarah Stapley
Our conference agenda lead, Surg Capt Sarah Stapley, Defence Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedics, MOD, discusses this year’s programme and topics which will focus on the areas of ballistic and blast injury; and Dr Arash Angadji, CEO of Orthopaedic Research UK (ORUK), who is supporting this year’s event, explains the importance of developing innovative solutions to treat orthopaedic conditions in both civilian and military settings through research and collaboration.
Major General Martin Bricknell
Major General Martin Bricknell, Director Medical Policy & Operational Capability, UK Ministry of Defence, highlights the aims and objectives of Trauma Innovation and why you should attend.
DMS MERT Demo
The importance of C.A.B.C explained in a Defence Medical Services (DMS) Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) demonstration.
Military Medics on Fertility Preservation
Medics briefly explain the background of the pioneering medical procedure which recovers sperm within 48 hours of a battlefield blast injury effecting the genital area. The revolutionary operation developed by Dr Jackson Kirkman-Brown and colleagues at QEHB has enabled injured servicemen to have children.
Video courtesy of DSEI TV