Trauma Radiology 2022

11th Nordic Course in Trauma Radiology, Helsinki, Finland

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Helsinki, Finland

May 9th - May 12th, 2022

Highlights

  • Imaging of penetrating trauma
  • WBCT trauma protocols
  • Aortic injuries
  • Pitfalls in blunt chest trauma
  • Spine and extremity injuries
  • Non-accidental trauma in children
  • Interactive Q&A sessions
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Course Programme 2022

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Information

NORDTER has organized trauma and emergency radiology courses for 20 years. Our focus is on sharing knowledge of basic and advanced trauma and emergency imaging.
Join us in Helsinki, Finland, for another exciting 3.5 days program of state-of-the-art trauma imaging with our renowned international speakers. Please note that the course is organized COVID permitting.

Welcome to Helsinki for the 11th Nordic Course in Trauma Radiology from Monday 9th to Thursday 12th of May 2022!

11th Nordic Course in Trauma Radiology focuses on providing essential knowledge in blunt and penetrating trauma imaging. The educational content serves both as an introductory and a refresher course. Daily interactive Q&A case sessions will summarize the lectures and further enhance learning.
Preliminary program and full speaker list will be available as the registration opens in December 2021. Please note, that full COVID-19 vaccination is required from all attendees.

Pre-course Trauma Radiology Workshop is held on Sunday May 8th (fee 200 EUR). Workshop seats are limited and available only for Nordic Course participants.

Course venue

HTC Pinta, Lecture hall ‘Kolumbus’ (entrance level).
Address: Tammasaarenkatu 3, 00180 Helsinki.
The venue is located in Ruoholahti, 2 km from Helsinki city center.
Public transportation HSL

Preliminary faculty

  • Susan D. John, UTHealth, McGovern Medical School, Houston, USA

  • Mark Bernstein, NYU Langone Health, New York, USA

  • Ken F. Linnau, Harborview Medical center, UW, Seattle, USA

  • Nupur Verma, University of Florida, Gainsville, USA

  • Susanna Spence, UTHealth, McGovern Medical School, Houston, USA

  • Felipe Munera, Ryder Trauma Center, Miami Univ. Hospital, Miami, USA

  • Idil Gunes Tatar, University Clinics of Saint-Luc, UCL, Brussels, Belgium

  • Elizabeth Dick, St. Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, NHS, London, UK

  • Pierre-Alexandre Poletti, HUG, University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland

  • Monique Brink, Radboud Univ. Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

  • Mats Beckman, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

  • Hampus Eklöf, Aleris Diagnostik, Uppsala, Sweden

  • Johann B. Dormagen, Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål, Oslo, Norway

  • Johanna Snäll, Helsinki University Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

  • Seppo K. Koskinen, Terveystalo, Helsinki, Finland

  • Roberto Blanco Sequeiros, VSKK Imaging Center, Turku, Finland

  • Kimmo Mattila, VSKK Imaging Center, Turku, Finland

  • Ia Kohonen, VSKK Imaging Center, Turku, Finland

  • Milja Holstila, VSKK Imaging Center, Turku, Finland

Course details

Course language is English.
Course starts on Monday May 9th at 9 am, registration starts at 8 am.
Course dinner on Tuesday May 10th at 7 pm (optional, please see below).
Course ends on Thursday May 12th at noon.
Voting with Mentimeter in interactive sessions requires a mobile device.

Registration

The registration opens on Monday, December 13, 2021.
Registration deadline: April 6, 2022.
Payments with credit card only. In case account payment is required by your department, please contact us at info@nordictraumarad.com.
Please check that your name and email are correct to receive further information.
Participation is guaranteed only after payment is received.

Cancellation policy

Cancellation fee before April 8th is 100 EUR. After this date cancellation is possible only by exchange of participant. Please note, that this is an on-site course in Helsinki, Finland. There will be no option for virtual or hybrid meeting.

NORDTER is following closely the recent developments of the global pandemic. We adhere to the travel and safety requirements of local and international health authorities in order to secure a safe course for all attendees and faculty. Full COVID-19 vaccination is required from all attendees.

NORDTER reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course in case the local or international health authorities so require. In case of cancellation due to the pandemic, an administrative fee of 50 euros will be deducted from the course fee refund. 

For residents

Educational hours granted by the Faculty of Medicine at University of Helsinki
11th Nordic Course: Radiology (20 h), Radiation protection (6 h)
Precourse trauma radiology workshop: Radiology (6 h)

For Swedish residents (ST-läkare) the course covers the following topics: Delmål  b3, c1, c2, c3, c5, c6, c7, c8, c9 and c10 (SOSFS 2015).

Syllabus

Whole body trauma: are we imaging properly?

Monique Brink, Nijmegen, The Netherlands CT ProtocolsTechnique

Gun Shot Injuries – Ballistics and Basics

Ken Linnau, Seattle, USA Penetrating traumaMiscellaneous

Terrorism and Major Incidents

Elizabeth Dick, London, UK MiscellaneousBlunt trauma

Medical and Surgical Devices in Trauma Patients

Elizabeth Dick, London, UK ThoraxMiscellaneous

Raptor Suite

Lauri Handolin, Helsinki, Finland TechniqueIntervention

IR Management Severe Bleeding

Roberto Blanco Sequeiros, Helsinki, Finland Intervention

Image Gently in Pediatric Trauma

Susan D John, Houston, USA Pediatrics

Swedish Guidelines 2021 for Whole Body CT in Trauma

Hampus Eklöf, Uppsala, Sweden CT Protocols

The Role of Split-Bolus protocols in Trauma patients

Johann B. Dormagen, Oslo, Norway CT Protocols

Imaging Trauma in Pregnancy

Mark Bernstein, New York, USA Miscellaneous

Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI); Introduction for Imagers

Mark Bernstein, New York, USA Miscellaneous

Penetrating Thoracic Trauma

Felipe Munera, Miami, USA Penetrating traumaThorax

Penetrating Trauma to the Abdomen - Wound Tract

Felipe Munera, Miami, USA Penetrating traumaAbdomen

Imaging in Brain Trauma

IdiI Gunes Tatar, Brussels, Belgium Head/Neck

Temporal Bone Fractures

Susanna Spence, Houston, USA Head/Neck

Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma - AO Spine

Ken Linnau, Seattle, USA Spine

Imaging of Pediatric Spine Injuries

Susan D John, Houston, USA PediatricsSpine

Aortic trauma - Role of IR

Roberto Blanco Sequeiros, Helsinki, Finland VascularIntervention

BCVI - Blunt Cerebrovascular Injury

Mats Beckman, Stockholm, Sweden Head/NeckVascular

Facial Fractures - What the Surgeon Wants to Know?

Johanna Snäll, Helsinki, Finland Head/Neck

Injuries to the Craniocervical Junction

IdiI Gunes Tatar, Brussels, Belgium Head/NeckSpine

Midface Fractures

Susanna Spence, Houston, USA Head/Neck

Acetabular Injuries

Susanna Spence, Houston, USA Musculoskeletal

Spine trauma

Pierre-Alexandre Poletti, Geneva, Switzerland Spine

State of the Art Pelvic Trauma Imaging

Mark Bernstein, New York, USA AbdomenMusculoskeletal

Imaging Cervical Spine Trauma: Pearls & Pitfalls

Mark Bernstein, New York, USA Spine

Imaging of Liver Trauma

Pierre-Alexandre Poletti, Geneva, Switzerland Abdomen

Extra-alveolar Air in Blunt Chest Trauma

Pierre-Alexandre Poletti, Geneva, Switzerland ThoraxBlunt trauma

Subtle Fractures of the Immature Skeleton

Susan D. John, Houston, USA Pediatrics

Pediatric Trauma Accidental or Inflicted

Susan D. John, Houston, USA Pediatrics

How to avoid pitfalls in blunt chest trauma: My three top tips

Monique Brink, Nijmegen, Netherlands ThoraxBlunt trauma

AAST OIS Injury Update (Liver, Spleen and Kidney)

Ken Linnau, Seattle, USA Abdomen

Blunt Traumatic Aortic Injury (TAI)

Felipe Munera, Miami, USA VascularBlunt trauma

Rib Cage Injuries

Frank Bensch, Helsinki, Finland ThoraxMusculoskeletal

Trauma to the knee

Seppo Koskinen, Helsinki, Finland Musculoskeletal

Wrist injuries

Milja Holstila, Helsinki, Finland Musculoskeletal

Foot and ankle injuries

Ia Kohonen, Turku, Finland Musculoskeletal

Shoulder Injuries

Susanna Spence, Houston, USA Musculoskeletal