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Trauma Masterclass - Prato Masterclass Series

Immerse in trauma care with our Masterclass, spanning pre-hospital to in-hospital settings. Develop hands-on skills and explore nuanced care through interactive, diverse faculty insights.


Monday May 6 to Thursday May 9, 2024




Four-day workshop

Approvals, Accreditations:

ACEM - The course is approved for 24 CPD hours.

ACRRM - The course is accredited for 20 CPD hours.


The Trauma Masterclass provides a deep-dive into trauma care from pre-hospital to in-hospital setting. The four-day program offers the opportunity to develop both theoretical and hands-on skills.

This highly interactive course facilitates exploration of the nuances and controversies of trauma care. The faculty present diverse perspectives to help you develop a system-wide lens to inform delivery of care to this complex group of patients. 


  • Critical Care Specialists and/or Fellows in Emergency Medicine, Retrieval, Intensive Care, or Anaesthetics 

  • Senior Critical Care Registrars in Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care, or Anaesthetics

  • Rural GPs/CMOs involved in retrievals/trauma resuscitation 


Monday 6 – Thursday 9 May 2024


Monash University Prato Centre

Prato PO,



A/Prof Joseph Mathew

A/Prof Mathew has been successfully involved in Trauma systems development across Asia in countries like India, Sri Lanka, China and Saudi Arabia. He was the Australian lead of the successfully completed Australia- India Trauma System Collaboration which involved systems development, registry development and technology development. He is done work as a consultant in trauma systems development.

Dr Claire Richmond

Dr Clare Richmond is an emergency physician who provides critical care anywhere in her role a s pre-hospital and retrieval medicine specialist with NSW Ambulance, where she is Supervisor of Medical Training and a State Retrieval Consultant. On other days, Clare can be found in the emergency department at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, asking her team ‘what do you want to learn about today?’ musing the same thoughts for her own time, seeking always to discover. She enjoys educating multidisciplinary clinicians for Sydney HEMS, Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, the University of Sydney and at the courses and conferences across the globe.

Prof Conor Deasy

Conor is the Professor of Emergency Medicine, University College Cork and Clinical Director, Unscheduled Care working at Cork University Hospital (CUH). He has recently been elected President of the Irish Association for Emergency Medicine.

Conor completed his higher specialist training program in Emergency Medicine in Ireland before moving to Australia where he worked as a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Alfred Emergency and Trauma Centre, Melbourne. While there he completed a PhD at the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University in collaboration with Ambulance Victoria. To date Conor has published across the domains of patient safety, quality of care, systems of care, procedural sedation, trauma care as well as out of hospital cardiac arrest.

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