Trauma and Disaster Team Response

Centre for Global Surgery - McGill University Health Centre
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What's in this course?

The course conveys appropriate management of trauma including disaster response and emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach in managing trauma patients.

Designed for trauma teams.

Including surgeons, nurses, emergency physicians, anesthesiologists, and other allied health professionals.


2-day training.

Varied activities

Didactic lectures and quizzes.

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This course is provided by McGill University Health Centre 

The Centre for Global Surgery was co-founded in 2011 by two surgeons at the McGill University Health Center who recognized the global burden of acute surgical disease. Their goal is to reduce injury and acute surgical disease-related morbidity and mortality in resource limited settings through local capacity building involving a multidisciplinary approach.

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