Plenary Speakers

Topic Speaker Affiliation
Achieving Vision Zero and the influential role of the trauma community Mr Ben Beck Head of Sustainable Mobility and Safety Research, and Deputy Head of Prehospital, Emergency and Trauma Research, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM), VIC, Australia
Advances in the treatment of traumatic haemorrhage and coagulopathy Prof Karim Brohi Vascular and Trauma Surgeon, United Kingdom
Does experimental neurotrauma translate into better outcomes Prof Melinda (Lindy) Fitzgerald Professor of Neurotrauma and Dean of Research, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University, WA, Australia
Resuscitative Thoracotomy: when, who and how Dr Tal Horer Vascular and Trauma Surgeon, Sweden
Damage control resuscitation: who and how Dr Kenji Inaba Trauma Surgeon, United States
The Surgical Assessment of gunshot wounds Dr Kenji Inaba Trauma Surgeon, United States
Patterns of Trauma in Indigenous communities Dr Jacob Jacob Surgeon, NT, Australia
The economics of injury Prof Steven McPhail Professor in Health Services Research Faculty of Health, School of Public Health & Social Work, Queensland University of Technology, QLD, Australia
The prevalence of Acquired Brain Injury among Victim-Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence Mr Nick Rushworth Executive Officer, Brain Injury Australia, NSW, Australia
Gordon Trinca Lecture: The Australasian Trauma Society: an example of the Baldwin Evolution theory in advancing binational trauma care Prof Daryl Wall General and Trauma Surgeon, QLD, Australia