April 7, 2022

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Over one month after the start of the conflict in Ukraine, more and more patients need emergency care or ICU admission following war fallouts. As civilian doctors, dealing with a large influx of war-related injuries may prove overwhelming.

Under the ALIVE Solidarity initiative, we continue to provide support to those impacted by the war with 5 interactive sessions with military and civilian doctors who will give practical recommendations on how to care for patients suffering from war-related trauma injuries. These free webinars are open to all healthcare professionals, especially those in Ukraine and neighbouring countries who compassionately receive and care for those wounded in the conflict.

About the series: dates & topic

The webinars will take place on Wednesdays, 17:00 – 18:30 CEST:

  • April 6 ~ Organisation & triage
  • April 13 ~ Haemorrhagic shock management in limited resources conditions
  • April 20 ~ Crush injuries & penetrating wounds
  • April 27 ~ Blast and burn injuries
  • May 4 ~ Warfare injuries: chemical/biological/nuclear

Webinar 1 Expert Faculty

Military Academic Intensivist & Honorary Senior Lecturer, King’s College London (UK).

Dr Victoria METAXA
King’s College Hospital, London (UK).

Dr Tobias GAUSS
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble (FR).



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