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
To our loyal Hokkaido Trauma Conference Delegates, we hope you are all keeping safe at this difficult time.
This brief message is to update you on the current state of planning for the 14th International Hokkaido Trauma Conference, which is currently scheduled for 10-15 January 2021.
It is difficult to predict how the world will look come January, and as such, we have delayed the opening of registrations for the conference.
We are working with the Rusutsu Resort and Ski Japan in order to have very competitive and flexible packages available to you if the situation improves sufficiently in the second half of 2020 to allow for our conference to proceed.
Further updates will be released as the situation becomes clearer in the coming months.
For those of you currently looking into flight and accommodation reservations, please note that at this stage we cannot make any guarantees about the conference progressing, and our standard personal insurance and liability instructions apply (see below).
We know that many of you will be at the forefront of the management of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we wish you good luck and safety in all of your endeavours.
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.