The Trauma Team: advancing injury care

At the next Temerty Medicine Talk, the Globe and Mail’s André Picard joins a panel of U of T experts to examine Temerty Medicine’s unique, city-wide approach to coordinated trauma care – plus the innovation driving a new era of treating the injured.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine
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Every year, in Ontario alone, more than 500,000 people are injured — of whom one quarter are hospitalized and more than 4,000 will die. Whether the result of a relatively common event, like a fall or sports injury, or something more serious, like a major car accident or assault, the successful treatment of traumatic injury requires uniquely skilled physicians and health systems that can deliver timely and often complex care.

In this next offering in our popular Temerty Medicine Talks series, join the Globe and Mail’s André Picard and leading University of Toronto experts as they discuss the city-wide approach to trauma care by U of T and partner hospitals, as well as how novel training opportunities, innovative research and public advocacy efforts are laying the foundation for a new era in the treatment — and prevention — of injuries of all kinds.

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