3rd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care


Plenary speakers

Professor Margaret Fry

Director Research and Practice Development NSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Executive, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Presentation title: The state of science: interventions and outcomes for older people
Margaret is Professor of Nursing with the University of Technology Sydney and holds the conjoint position of Director of Research and Practice Development for Northern Sydney Local Health District as a Professorial Chair position Professor Fry has 25 years emergency department clinical background and is an authorised Nurse Practitioner (NSW).

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Margie Peden

Oxford University, UK; Johns Hopkins University, USA

Presentation title: How and why nurses should be involved in addressing the global injury epidemic
Dr Peden was educated at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch in South Africa. She holds degrees in nursing and epidemiology and a PhD in injury epidemiology. She worked at Groote Schuur Hospital in the emergency and intensive care units for 10 years before taking up a position at the South African MRC for 7 years.

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Dr Teri Reynolds

Emergency, Trauma and Acute Care Lead, World Health Organization, Switzerland

Presentation title: WHO resources for emergency and trauma care
Teri Reynolds, Scientist, World Health Organization, leads the emergency and trauma care programmes in the Department for the Management of NCDs, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention.

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