2nd Swiss Trauma & Resuscitation Day 2013
Man’s inhumanity to man injures innocent citizens. Drivers routinely push their vehicles beyond the limits of safety or people continue to resolve disputes with knives and guns. As every year, the ravages of injury will continue to challenge physicians, nurses and paramedics from all medical specialties.
This is why we really need the “2nd SWISS TRAUMA & RESUSCITATION DAY (STRD) 2013”!
Please refer to the program or estesonline.org for more detailed information.
Friday, 22nd of February 2013
Ettore Rossi Lecture Hall, Bern University Hospital, Freiburgstrasse 18, 3010 Bern
LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE INJURED
I had the pleasure to attend and participate in the 2nd STRD. The one day meeting was packed with outstanding presentations on very timely topics by internationally recognized experts. The agenda included an informative panel discussions of complex trauma, and hands-on workshops for practical application of established principles. I congratulate the organizers and highly recommend the 3rd STRD for anyone involved in trauma care from field to rehabilitation.
PROF. ERNEST E. MOORE, EDITOR OF THE JOURNAL OF TRAUMA AND ACUTE CARE SURGERY
- Prof. Dr. Heinz Zimmermann, Department of Emergency Medicine
- PD Dr. Beat Schnüriger, Department of Visceral Surgery
- Prof. Dr. Marius Keel, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
- Prof. Dr. Aristomenis Exadaktylos, Department of Emergency Medicine
all Bern University Hospital, Switzerland
- Swiss Society of Surgery (SGC-SSC): 6 Credits
- Swiss Society of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology (SGOT-SSOT): 8 Credits
- Swiss Society of Anesthesiology and Reanimation (SGAR-SSAR): 8 Credits
- Swiss Society of Emergency Medicine (SGNOR-SSMUS): 8 Credits
- Swiss Society of Intensive Care (SGI-SSMI): 5 Credits