Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) 10th Ed
ATLS® is a global course, teaching a systematic process of trauma care for patients with life-threatening injuries.
Throughout this interactive course, you will learn a range of comprehensive and adaptable trauma management skills, relevant to all specialties.
WAITING LIST IN OPERATION FOR MAY 2020. PLEASE EXPRESS AN INTEREST USING THE LINK BELOW.
13 - 14, May 2020 (course full)
Course Director: Dr Gillian Park, Consultant in A&E Medicine
Exclusively provided in the UK by the Royal College of Surgeons, www.rcseng.ac.uk/courses
ATLS 10th Ed. is a highly interactive two-day course taught using a variety of practical techniques including simulated patient scenarios, skills demonstrations, group discussions and tutorials.
You will receive continual feedback and assessment throughout the course.
Before the course, you will be given access to Moodle for the essential pre-course learning and e-manual A pre-course MCQ must also be completed, before attendance.
The ATLS course involves a range of practical training sessions, including:
- Initial trauma assessment and management
- Airway, breathing & circulation
- Trauma at extremes of age
- Restriction of cervical spine movement
- Spinal immobilisation
- Secondary survey
Criteria for attending an ATLS course – Medically qualified and recommended during first or second year of specialist training (ST1-2)
There are also up to 4 nurse observers on the course – any nurses interested in attending, please contact the Course Administration Service for further details.
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Feedback from The Royal College of Surgeons for May 2019:
Participants scored this course highly across most categories with an average score of 87.5%. Candidates comments:
An exellent course. Relevant content and well delivered by the faculty.