Neurotrauma - the UK's neurotrauma symposium.
12th October 2018 - The Royal Geographical Society, London UK
This definitive conference covers all aspects of neurotrauma care - from roadside to rehab; from the latest science through to optimial delivery of care.
We have a fantastic line up of international speakers. Click on the following to see the programme and to submit an abstract
Click Here to Register for the conference
Free Public Event Evening
This year we have a public event in the evening to increase awareness of traumatic brain injury and the exciting research that is being done in the field. This is a free event open to the public (and those attending the conference). Tickets are limited and available here.
The Talks from Neurotrauma 2016
Spinal Cord Injury - What really matters
We can translate our understanding of intracranial pressure to intraspinal pressures and optimise our managment of acute spinal injury
Concussion is confusing us all
What do we mean by concussion - is this a "mild" brain injury, or something more sinister?
Brain Injury in Society
Brain Injury affects more than just the patient and their family - homeless, prisoner and refugee populations all have a much higher incidence of TBI
American Football has had a swave of litigation relating to concussion and the long term effects of TBI. What is the situation in Rugby and what can be done to minimise it.
Clinical Trials in Neurotrauma
Rescue ICP - what does it mean, and what do we want from rescue ASDH.
Brain Injury in Australia
What can we learn from the other side of the World.
Pituitary Function Post-TBI
Professor Belli explains this increasingly recognised issue following TBI - when and how to investigate it.
Time Critical Neurotrauma
Time is brain - what can we do to minimise time and resulting brain injury
What the text books don't tell you
TBI managment is an art, learnt from study and experience. Vishi gives insights into being the best neurocritical doctor you can be.
In this finale for the day, Jake gives his overview of spinal injury and managment.
The Talks from Neurotrauma 2015
Brain Injury - What really matters
Watch this incredibly insightful talk drawn on years of experience to help you better manage patients
Spinal Injury and Stem Cells
Look into the future - Geoff has pioneered what could be the most incredible feat in medicine - spinal cord repair...
Translational Models of Critical Care
In this comprehensive talk András explains our current models of critical care... and why they may not be great models...
Damage Limitation Neurosurgery
In this fast paced talk, Richard Teff eloquently explains this fundamental principal.
Clinical Trials in Neurotrauma
In this lecture Hutch provides a detailed overview of the current major trials in neurotrauma.
Secondary Injury goes on long after discharge
David Sharp explains how the latest in neuroimaging demonstrates that neuronal loss continues for many years after TBI
In this panel discussion Gareth grier, Gareth Davies, Tom Hurst and Mike Osborn discuss complexities especially impact brain apnoea.
The Research Hour
Fiona Lecky intriduces Ian Roberts to discuss his latest trial, CRASH-3
Gordon explains the importance of comparative analysis ahead of Center-TBI
Jonathan introdcues Center-TBI and explains why comparative anaylsis is needed now.
Sarah is a speech therapist and explains the importance of speach thrapy in early TBI managment.
Karen established AfterTrauma.org but focuses here on other aspects of aftercare.
Susy explains the importance of early physio in this group.
Jaxx gives her moving, sad and funny account of her life with and after her brain injury.