UAB Campus

Date: April 22-24, 2022
Location: Birmingham. AL

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, conference planners made the decision to postpone the conference until April 22-24, 2022, with the hope that the pandemic has improved from a public health and travel perspective. Further updates and information will be available here.

The Pediatric Trauma Hemorrhagic Shock Treatment Guideline Consensus Conference is a conference designed to produce consensus statements on best practices and research priorities that include optimal methods of dissemination and implementation of high-quality pediatric data to allow for the efficient change of clinical practice when appropriate.

A panel of national and international experts representing trauma surgery, transfusion medicine, hematology, anesthesia, critical care, and emergency medicine will share their expertise and lead discussions to inform the consensus committee. Topics to be discussed include:

  • Epidemiology and outcomes
  • Biologic consequences of hemorrhagic shock
  • Laboratory identification of hemorrhagic shock
  • Transfusion strategies for both prehospital and in-hospital
  • Consequences of crystalloid and colloid resuscitation
  • Permissive hypotension, use of intravenous and mechanical hemostatic adjuncts
  • Developing structured multicenter data collection tools to facilitate research
  • Methods for consensus generation

Key Speakers

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Barbara Gaines, M.D., FACS

Dr. Barbara GainesProfessor of Surgery
Program Director, Pediatric Surgery, UPMC Medical Education Program, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Director, Benedum Pediatric Trauma Program, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

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John Holcomb, MD, FACS

holcomb john 150x150Professor
UAB Division of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

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Jeffrey Upperman, M.D.

Jeffrey Upperman, M.D.Chair, Department of Pediatric Surgery
Surgeon-in-Chief, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt

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Preliminary Agenda

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Registration

Travel Award

Travel awards of up to $1000 are available to a limited number of medical students, residents, fellows, junior faculty (five years or less out from residency or fellowship training), and Ph.D. scientists. The travel award will support registration and other travel expenses. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Please apply through the link below. The application requires a one-page personal statement of interest, curriculum vitae, and one letter of recommendation. Note that the application must be submitted in one session and cannot be saved for completion later. Applications are due Feb. 1, 2022.

Child Care

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Contact

For administrative/logistical questions, contact Jennifer Gowers. For programmatic questions, contact Dr. Robert Russell.

This conference is supported in part by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R13HD102128.