The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Surgery of Trauma are delighted to announce the launch of the ANZAST Trauma Grand Rounds. This bi-monthly live, online broadcast series will cover a range of topics with a surgical focus, presented by experts in the field. Presentations are open access, with a recording available for download afterwards.
Complex Hepatic Injury
surgical decision making and technique
Tuesday 1st December 2020. 6pm – 7:30pm Australian EDT
Keynote speaker: Dr Charles Pilgrim FRACS (Gen)
Dr Pilgrim is an HPB and trauma surgeon at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He is a serving Lieutenant Colonel and military surgeon with the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps and a senior trauma instructor and examiner for RACS. He is also a senior lecturer at Monash University, and a member of the RACS Academy of Surgical Educators.
Welcome to Country and introduction to ANZAST Trauma Grand Rounds: Miss Kate Martin. Vice President, ANZAST.
Overview of program and introductions: Mr Joe Dawson. Secretary, ANZAST.
Presentation: Complex Hepatic Injury. Dr Charles Pilgrim. 18:10-18:55.
Surgical decision making and technique.
Panel Discussion: 18:55-19:25
Dr Charles Pilgrim, Prof Daryl Wall, Dr David Lockwood.
Mr Joe Dawson.
ANZAST are grateful for the support of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
The Trauma Grand Round will attract RACS CPD. (Structured and approved small group learning).
October 2020 ANZAST Trauma Grand Round: Severe Pelvic Injury.
Keynote address: Prof Zsolt Balogh.
A recording of the presentation is being edited for publication.