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Australia Trauma Team Training (ATTT) NT0065

Date: 
29 March 2018
Location: 
NCCTRC Training Facility, 8th Floor Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin, Northern Territory Australia

This is a one day course to familiarise participants with the concepts of crisis resource management through the use of Simulation based training scenarios.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To use a standard structure team approach for early recognition and stabilisation of traumatic emergencies presenting to the trauma centre
  • Effective team leadership and team interaction
  • Skills for working effectively at an organisational level, including decision making regarding consultation and disposition
  • Skills for safe practice and error minimisation
  • Developing an understanding of and familiarity with the concept of crisis resource management

SUITABLE PARTICIPANTS: This course is open to Royal Darwin Hospital staff who work in trauma teams ie; Surgical Registrars, ICU & Emergency medical and nursing staff and Anaesthetic medical staff. Each application will be considered individually under its own merit.

COURSE COST:

Northern Territory Government staff members: $115.00 [pp incl. GST]

non Northern Territory Government staff: $130.00 [pp incl. GST]

[prices and course availability are subject to change]

REGISTRATIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE: 26 February 2018- OPEN FOR REGISTRATIONS TO THE WAITLIST ONLY

*REGISTER AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW

Participant Testimonials

"Enjoyed the day. Felt it was a great team building exercise for the department. Glad there was a good mix of doctors and nurses."

"Great to take the emphasis away from clinical and focus on team work."

"Understanding the value of effective team work to patient & staff outcomes. Acknowledging the immediate value of non-technical skills in trauma."