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The STN is holding its conference in Edinburgh International Conference Centre, on 27th and 28th September 2022. The conference will celebrate the network entering it’s fifth year by looking at achievements, lessons learnt and the impact it has made to trauma care in Scotland. We will explore a number of themes using cases and data collected throughout the patient pathway. We look forward to seeing you there!!
You can register for the event here.
A draft of the conference schedule can be found here. Please note, final schedule is subject to change.
For further details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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