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08:35
Israel - "Strategies In The Planning Of A Mass Casualty Incident"
Michael Stein
08:55
China - "Innovations in Trauma Care – The Shanghai Showdown"
Lu Yiming
09:15
South Africa - "The Challenges of Setting Up Trauma SystemsIn The Developing World"
Timothy Hardcastle
09:35
USA - "What Is The Future Trauma Care Provider?"
Don Trunkey
09:55
Q & A
10:30
How Much Further Can Today's Medical Technology Improve Outcomes?
Marcus Ong
10:50
Can the Singapore Trauma Surgeon Manage Combat Casualties?
11:10
PTSD: Lessons Translated from Battlefield to Civilian Trauma
Gabriel Tan
11:30
How Small can the Forward Surgical Team of the Future be?
Ishay Ostfeld
11:50
Q & A
Free Papers
13:00
Determinants of Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster: Study on the Survivors of 2009 Earthquake in Padang, Indonesia
July Lies
13:15
Changing protocols affect outcome of unstable pelvic fractures
Mina Cheng
13:30
A 10-Year Profile of Trauma Admissions Caused By Interpersonal Violence: A Major Trauma Centre’s Experience
Cheong Kaixiong
13:45
Use of Activated Recombinant Factor VIIa in Patients Receiving Massive Blood Transfusion
Lim Chin Ling Beatrice
14:00
Role of Locking Plates in Treatment of Difficult Nonunited Fractures
Ashok Kumar
14:15
Pitfall in Diagnosis & Management of Traumatic Retroperitoneal Hematoma
R. Theyveeka
Critical Care: Beyond Resuscitation
13:00
Application of TEG in Trauma Management
Addy Tan
13:30
Does Early Mobilisation of Critically Ill Trauma Patients Improve Outcomes
Pradha Rajoo
14:00
Debate: CVP Monitoring is Useful to Guide Fluid Therapy in Critically Ill Patients.
Proposition: Joseph Lo (TTSH, General Surgery), 
Opposition: Caroline Ong (TTSH, Anaesthesia)
Orthopaedic Mg in a Polytrauma Setting
13:05
Stemming the Red Tide - Management of Pelvic Bleeding: What is ideal?
Prof Michael Blauth
13:30
Improving Fracture Outcomes in Polytrauma Patients - What is Our Role?
Prof Michael Blauth
14:00
The Role of MIO in Polytrauma Management
Diarmuid Paul Murphy
15:00
“Only Senior Doctors and Nurses Have Power. Junior Staff Do Not Wield Power and Hence Should BeAssessed Solely by How Hard They Work”
Proposition : Ramesh Kannan Yap & Aaron Poh (KTPH)
Opposition : Sunil GurpurKini& Pillai Anand (TTSH)
15:30
“The Progress of a Nation is Judged by How it Treats its Sick People”
Proposition : Sulaiman Bin Yusof & Derek Ho (CGH)
Opposition : Au Yeung Kwan Leong and Chau Hiu Wai, Penny (Hong Kong)
16:00
“The Surgeon Becomes Happier as He Ages”
Proposition : Lynette Loo & Raj Kumar Menon (NUH)
Opposition : Tan Nan Guang &Puah Ken Lee (SGH)
Neuro Trauma
08:30
The Pathology of Neurotrauma
Ang Beng Ti
08:50
Treatment Targets in Brain Resuscitation
Ivan Ng
09:10
Role of Surgery in Neurotrauma
Vincent Ng
09:30
The role of Decompressive Craniectomy in Traumatic Head Injury: Life after DECRA trial
Lai Poi Leng
09:50
Q & A
Top 3 - The Trauma Chart Toppers
08:30
3 Trauma Misconceptions That Ought To Be Debunked
08:50
3 Skills Required to be a Good Trauma Clinician
Chiu Ming Terk
09:10
3 Most Memorable Mistakes I've Made in Managing Trauma Patients
09:30
3 Trauma Controversies I Have Not Resolved....Yet
Lee Kin Yan
09:50
Q & A
Geriatric Orthopaedic Trauma
08:35
New tricks for Elderly Fractures - Advances in Ortho-Geriatric Fracture Fixations
Prof Michael Blauth
09:00
Optimising Ortho-Geriatric Fracture Management - A Multidisciplinary Approach
Prof Michael Blauth
09:30
Managing Elderly Orthopaedic Patients: A Survival Guide
Rani Ramason
10:30
Pre-Peritoneal Packing: A Dinosaur or a Way Forward?
Tim Hardcastle
10:50
Multi-Compartment Trauma - Where to Place Your Bets
11:10
Pan CT Scans for all Major Trauma - Is it an Overuse of MedicalInformation Technology?
Donald Trunkey
11:30
When is Enough, Enough – Management of the Moribund Trauma Patient
11:50
Q & A

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