07 - 09 April, 2020 | London, UK
Colonel Nigel Tai, Assistant Head (Implementation), Research and Clinical Innovation/Consultant Vascular & Trauma Surgeon at HQ Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Joint Medical Group/The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust

Colonel Nigel Tai


Assistant Head (Implementation), Research and Clinical Innovation/Consultant Vascular & Trauma Surgeon
HQ Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Joint Medical Group/The Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust

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Conference Day Two

Thursday, April 11th, 2019


9:10 AM REVISING CLINICAL TIMELINES TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF CONTEMPORARY OPERATIONS

  • Are establish clinical timelines still valid in the context of contemporary operations?
  • Does surgical intervention need to be brought forward to enable the far forward treatment of casualties?
  • What do alterations in clinical timelines mean for combat medics and their requisite skill set? Will deployed medics need a higher skillset?

10:30 AM Q&A SESSION: ADVANCING CLINICAL DELIVERY IN THE TACTICAL SPACE

  • Is existing clinical capability robust enough to support deployed operations at scale?
  • What will clinical timelines look like for the future? How should operational planners be adapting to meet them?
  • What can innovation do to support deployed forces in meeting clinical timelines?