How to survive a powered two wheeler collision - a NHS trauma surgeon’s perspective

Goldie Khera will talk about the latest pre-hospital trauma management, in-hospital golden hour of trauma care, and emergency trauma damage control surgery - specifically in the setting of high velocity PTW collisions.

Goldie Khera BSc (Hons), MBChB, MRCS, FRCS, Consultant General, Brighton and Sussex NHS Trust
Goldie Khera is a consultant general and trauma surgeon at Brighton and Sussex NHS Trust, a new major trauma centre on the South Coast. He has been a trauma instructor, training nurses and doctors in Advanced Trauma Life Support, since 2006.

He was appointed in 2012 to Brighton and Sussex University Hospital (BSUH) and has been a doctor for more than 20 years, graduating from Liverpool Medical School in 1998. During medical school he researched pain producing substances utilising microdialysis. He completed his surgical training in the Mersey Deanery.

He also spent a year as a surgical registrar with the Queensland Trauma Registry, researching major trauma survivors and honing his laparoscopic surgical skills in Brisbane Australia. He is a past president of the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT 2011-2012), the largest UK and Eire training society for all surgical specialties trainees.