Queensland Trauma Symposium inspires best practices in trauma care

Conference audience

The tenth Queensland Trauma Symposium held on 21-22 February brought together multidisciplinary healthcare professionals to explore the dynamic specialty of trauma care.

It was an excellent opportunity to connect with experts in the fields of Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine, Emergency, Intensive Care, Military and Disasters, Nursing, Allied Health and Research.

Insurance Commissioner Neil Singleton and Principal Research Officer Renee Hebson from the MAIC team attended and drew inspiration from the expert local, national and international presenters and delegates.

As Mr Singleton explains, “a key part of our role in managing Queensland’s CTP insurance scheme is reducing the incidence and impacts of road trauma.”

“Events like this, which foster collaboration and promote contemporary best practices in trauma care, help us to ensure that people who experience road trauma receive the best treatment possible.”

We’re proud to be a sponsor of this fantastic event hosted by Metro North Hospital and Health Service.

Last modified 26 February 2019


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