Evaluate the Latest Developments in Military Medical Care at SMi Group's Battlefield Healthcare Conference

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Recent case studies will be provided from NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine, Help for Heroes, Teva Pharmaceuticals, 201 Field Hospital plus many more at SMi Group's inaugural Battlefield Healthcare conference taking place in London on 11-12 February 2013.

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SMi Group’s Battlefield Healthcare will bring together members of the military healthcare and scientific communities for an advanced and focused update on clinical diagnosis and treatment techniques, lessons learnt from the frontline and panel discussions providing vital insight into the latest advances in military medical care and treatment.

A diverse group of topics will be addressed with discussion facilitated around the issues of dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, insight on detection and treatment of blast injuries for the avoidance of dormant symptoms from TBI, medical military training and lessons learnt from recent missions.

The two-day conference will encourage discussions where debate, dialogue, and networking are encouraged to foster greater understanding the future of military healthcare from the perspectives of the military, healthcare and scientific domains.

Hear presentations from and network with:

  • Lieutenant Colonel Robert Meijering, Deputy Chief of Training, NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine
  • David Richmond CBE, COO Tedworth House and H4H Recovery Officer, Help for Heroes
  • Dr. Lauri Korgvee PhD, Consultant Anaesthesiologist, Estonian National Defence College
  • Dr Bruce Matthew, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Hull and East Riding Hospital
  • Dr. Pieter Bothma, Consultant, James Paget Hospital NHS Trust
  • Yoram Eshel, Director - Global Shipping & Logistics, Teva Pharmaceuticals
  • Paul McLeod, Director of Corporate Services, Defence Medical Welfare Service
  • Colonel Sharon McDowell, Commander, 201 Field Hospital
  • Dr. David Gaunt, Accident and Emergency Consultant, Watford General Hospital
  • Major General Alan Hawley (ret.), Professor of Disaster Management, University of Glamorgan

For more information about this event and to view the full programme, visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/battlefield-healthcare30.asp
Alternatively, contact Teri Arri on +44 (0) 20 7827 6162 or email tarri (at) smi-online (dot) co.uk

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