With Ebola sadly featuring so prominently in our news channels at present we have a number of speakers at Extreme Medicine 2014 with experience of such epidemics but we are really very pleased to be welcoming Dr Ian Norton, Head of WHO’s medical team in West Africa tackling Ebola.
Meet the world leaders in Pre Hospital Care, Disaster & Humanitarian and Remote Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine in November.
Working with one of world’s leading air ambulance organisations, delivering advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London. It has an international reputation for clinical excellence, and delivers pioneering procedures that have been adopted across the world.
Open to all medical professionals and registered medical students.
Spaces are limited to first come first served and a significant portion of ticket fees goes to London Air Ambulance as a charity.
Dr Ian Norton, Head of WHO’s medical team in West Africa tackling Ebola.
Director of Disaster Preparedness and Response at the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre
Dr. Norton is a specialist in Emergency Medicine, with postgraduate qualifications in Tropical Medicine, International Health, and Surgery. He is Director of Disaster Preparedness and Response at the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre
Exhibitors include MSF, Doctors without Borders, Royal Navy, International SOS, Frontiermedex, Xtreme Everest, London Air Ambulance and Expedition & Wilderness Medicine
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We are really looking forward to making the next Extreme Medicine Conference the best ever
Best wishes Mark Hannaford, Dr Sean Hudson & Dr Amy Hughes