Trauma Team Leader Training at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
There are two components to Oxford’s Trauma Team Leader training:
· The Behavioural Understanding Course: this course is held over 1.5 days and looks at non-technical skills related to trauma team leadership. Lecture and practical exercises on the first day cover human factors, concepts of crew resource management (CRM) and team resource management (TRM) and puts them into the context of Trauma Team leadership. This is followed by a day of simulation scenario training allowing participants to put into practice what they have learnt.
· The Oxford Advanced Trauma Skills Course (Beyond ATLS): This course is run over 3 days and concentrates on the core knowledge and practical skills that are beyond ATLS understanding and reviews the most recent practices and research related to major trauma clinical management. Two days of lectures and practical sessions are followed by a day in the simulation centre tackling some the most serious trauma scenarios that may be encountered.
Please see attached flyers in the links and for further details including dates for 2015, for further information or to book please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org