Extreme Medicine ’15; A unique gathering of inspiring minds

Extreme Medicine ’15

Remote Medicine is set to change rapidly as technology produces solutions much more portable, adaptable and affordable.  In the same way that home computing changed our lives irrevocably the development of this portability will alter the provision of remote health care beyond recognition.

If you an already established practitioner of remote medicine, or hope to be, or just want to be inspire about you can use your medical degree in an amazing way then you won’t want to miss the amazing gathering…

Be at the forefront of change and join us at the world’s largest gathering of ‘extreme medics’ 

‘There is just more’

Extreme Medicine ’15 is all about inspiring innovating, educating and building networks – we honoured that we are gathering some of worlds the most inspiring and forwarding thinking medical professionals in one place and building on our success we intend this years gathering to be the very best yet.

With 2 concurrent sessions each daycareer sessions and daily workshops there is plethora of choice plus image galleries from MSF, War Child, NASA and others and to be announced very soon a ‘little bit of stardust’….

Extreme expo – workshop highlight

Frostbite in the field: delivered by A&E Charge Nurse, Expedition Medic and Expedition Medicine faculty member Ben Cooper. Since early on in EWM’s life Ben has been inspiring budding expedition medics with innovative ideas and practical solutions to wound management in resource poor environments.

This workshop will bring you practical and learnt-on-the-job lessons from Ben’s time working with Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions. This fantastic workshop will only be held on day 4 and there are limited spaces available.

If you’d like to learn from Ben’s extensive experience register your interest with us HERE or click THIS LINK to be taken to the Expo main site.

A unique gathering of inspiring minds…

What other medical conference do you get Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Lord Nigel Crisp, urban explorer Lucinda Grange, NASA & International Space Station medic Dr Michael Barrett, Parkour Generation Founder Dan Edwardes and inspirational pre hospital specialists such as Prof. Tim Harris and Scotland’s Emergency Medical Retrieval Service founder Dr Steven Hearns all speaking in the same place

Lord Mayor of London

Thank you to the Mayor of London for his support…
“The work that you are doing in world extreme medicine, innovation and climate change, and the support you give to medical staff working and children and families living in these remote and challenging environments, is extremely important, and I hope the conference is a fantastic success.” Boris Johnson

Book here…

To secure your place just click here – really nothing extreme about this bit of the experience.

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