Advancing Trauma, Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Registration now open for the 2022 Red Duke Trauma Symposium, taking place March 25, 2022, at The Westin Houston, Memorial City hotel.*

This one-day course is designed for pre-hospital care providers, nurses, advanced practitioners and physicians. Leading specialists in acute care general surgery, emergency medicine, orthopedic traumatology and neurotrauma will highlight advances in the treatment of adult and pediatric patients with an array of traumatic injuries and the development of appropriate strategies for incorporating evidence-based protocols into clinical management. In addition to didactic lectures and case studies, in-person participants will receive hands-on training with multidisciplinary skills stations.

This year’s symposium will feature keynote speaker Joseph Ibrahim, MD, trauma medical director at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Dr. Ibrahim is the physician who responded to the Pulse nightclub mass casualty. View the full event agenda here.

To learn more or to register, visit the 2022 Red Duke Trauma Symposium website.

*At this time, we have reached maximum capacity for in-person attendance in accordance with Memorial Hermann’s social distancing and COVID-19 guidelines. However, virtual registration for this event is still open.

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