The International Hokkaido Trauma Conference aims to cater to an audience from a wide range of backgrounds including: anaesthetics, intensive care, emergency care workers, paramedics, nursing staff and general practitioners.

Update for the 2021 conference

Dear colleagues and friends,

We are writing to update you on the status of the 14th International Hokkaido Trauma Conference, which was scheduled for 10-15 January 2021.

With international borders expected to remain closed through January, we do not see a realistic path to holding the conference as scheduled, and therefore we have made the difficult decision to postpone the conference for one year.

It is our hope that the pandemic situation improves, and that we are able to run the conference again for you in January 2022.

The scheduled date for the conference is now 9-14 January 2022.

We hope you are keeping safe during these extraordinary times.


Prof. Daryl Williams
Dr. Tim Webb
Dr. Brad Hockey
Dr. Ben Kave

Personal insurance and liability

Participants shall be regarded in every aspect as carrying their own risk for personal injury and loss or injury to property, including baggage, during the conference.

We strongly recommend that you take out a travel insurance policy at the time of booking your registration, travel and tours. The organisers will in no way be responsible for any claims concerning insurance.

RMH reserves the right to cancel planned courses and symposia, even at short notice. In the event of cancellation by RMH, all course fees will be refunded. This precludes any other claims.

In the event of war, strikes, riots and acts of God or conditions beyond the control of the RMH, the RMH accepts no responsibility for loss of moneys incurred by conference delegates.