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11th Interdisciplinary Course – Polytrauma Care 2022

Simulation training combined with theory (lecture), cours parcours and workshops (small groups)

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Standort

Event Location:
University Hospital of Zurich

Meeting point:
Lecture Hall Nord C 307
Frauenklinikstrasse 10
8091 Zurich

You are signing up for a two-day event.

06.10.2022 8.30 am - 6.30 pm
07.10.2022 8.15 am - 4.00 pm

Corona Testing Obligation / 3G- Rule

The 3G rule applies – only tested, recovered or vaccinated persons are allowed to attend this course.

  • FFP2 Mask – to wear during the lecture (indoor spaces)
  • COVID Vaccination: first and second vaccination (at least 14 days in advance)
  • COVID-test (max. 48 hours old)

Cours fees

Non-Members

CHF 430 (Early Bird Registration until July 1, 2022)

CHF 490 (Late Registration)

Members

CHF 380 (DGOU, BFOU, ESTES, SGC, Swiss College of Surgeons, Swiss Orthopaedics, SGR, SGAR, SGNOR)

Program

Trauma Bay Simulation

  • Trauma Bay Simulation takes place at our simulation center at the University Hospital Zurich. Polytrauma cases are introduced to the participants, strategies and interventions are discussed between an interdisciplinary team. Participants are evaluated according to team-interaction, decision-making and team-performance.

Military Session

  • Military situations and terrorist attacks require a special consideration and treatment strategies. Treatment of shot-gun wounds, blasts and explosion wounds are discussed military experts and military surgeons.

Case Session

  • Real Polytrauma cases are presented our team. Surgical interventions, decision making and strategies are critically discussed experts and participants.
Detailled program as PDF

Credits

  • SGC 15
  • SSAPM 14
  • SGR 15
  • SGNOR 14
  • swiss orthopaedics 16

Language: Englisch

Coffeebreak and Lunch will be offered.

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Registration

Verantwortlicher Fachbereich

Klinik für Traumatologie