Medical Innovation

2–3 October 2018
Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, UK

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Day One

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  1. Registration, Main Entrance
  2. Banqueting Suite, Level 2
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    It is almost 100 years since the end of the First World War.  A military medicine looks at the extraordinary legacy of Britain's Great War, and the challenges we still face in treating our military ca ...
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    High rates of adverse reproductive, psychological and bone health-related outcomes have been reported in military women, compared with men or civilian women. While the reasons for this are poorly unde ...
  7. Banqueting Suite, Level 2
    The ability to deliver effective casualty care is fundamental to all aspects of Prolonged Field Care. Whilst there are many technical skills associated with Prolonged field care, casualty care remains ...
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  9. Exhibition Hall, Level 0
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    Surg Lt Cdr Will Sharp led a small medical team in the rescue of thousands of migrants from the Mediterranean.  The small team were faced with all manner of illness and injury from the men, women and ...
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  15. Exhibition Hall, Level 0
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    Tranexamic acid (TXA) reduces mortality in the bleeding trauma patient if delivered early.  In Contingency Ops it may not be possible to get medical care to our soldiers within the time necessary for ...
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    The jungle provides a uniquely challenging and oppressive environment for military training.  Exertional Heat Illness (EHI) is common amongst exercising personnel who are frequently pushed to the extr ...
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  22. Exhibition Hall, Level 0
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    Six women crossed Antarctica creating and breaking records, but what can we learn about female leadership, teamwork and resilience from this arduous expedition? By using a research protocol developed ...
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    Resilience is an area of interest to the military both in the UK and internationally.  Resilience is often poorly defined and operationalised.  Resilience-based interventions often lack a clear eviden ...
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  27. Exhibition Hall, Level 0
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Testimonials

  • The event surpassed our expectations in terms of content and footfall. In addition, DMS’ s presence really helped to boost the medical capability proposition. The visitors that we saw were of high value. A job really well done!
    David Morgan
    Safe Triage
  • The event organised by DMS and Clarion Events proved to be an enormous and valuable centre piece, attracting vast numbers of interested delegates keen to understand the trauma pathway for service personnel injured on operations. A number of potential business opportunities are now being pursued with both UK and foreign delegates.
    Simon Burgess
    Blatchford Clinical Services
  • This is an excellent forum to showcase the latest products to representatives of military from across the globe. It is the ideal location to launch new products and to develop new business opportunities.
    James Lindop
    Celox