About the conference
The meeting is focused on updating clinicians on the current and changing practise of trauma medicine.
The program consists of a series of lectures, workshops and panel discussions.
It 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.
A detailed program will be updated and published on the website. The program will cover a multitude of trauma-related topics, with relevance to doctors from all specialites involved in the care of trauma patients.
Rusutsu Ski Resort - Hokkaido , Japan
The Hokkaido Trauma conference will be hosted at the world acclaimed Rusutsu Ski Resort which is a fully serviced resort. Restaurants, shopping malls, entertainment complexes, swimming and wave pool, spas and a merry-go-round are all within the resort.
Accommodation is available at the Resort Hotel or Rusutsu Towers which is connected to the main resort by monorail. Both properties offer excellent accommodation with spacious rooms and great views.
Sunday 14 January until Friday 19 January 2024
$2,250 Early Bird registration before Sept 30 , 2023
$2,600 post Sept 30, 2023
* plus .50c trybooking ticket fee
Travel, Transfer & Accommodation
SkiJapan.com has exclusive block accommodation bookings for the Rusutsu resort. We strongly encourage that reservations should be made prior to August 15, 2023 to avoid disappointment.
Please contact :
SkiJapan.com Conference Consultant
1300 137 411
Please ensure that you have a confirmation of your Hokkaido Trauma Registration prior to payment of accommodation and flights
We ask Delegates that register to be mindful of several factors when planning their attendance at the conference.
1. Our intention is to hold the meeting face-to-face, as we normally do, at the Rusutsu Resort. The expectation is that Japan’s borders will be fully open for travel in January, despite the fact that there are still border controls at the time of writing. It is highly probable that the wearing of face masks or P2/N95 respirators will be mandated in the main conference area.
2. The organizing committee of the conference reserves the right to move the conference to an online only format at any time. Examples of situations in which this may be necessary include, but are not limited to:
a. Borders being closed for travel
b. A change in the pandemic situation that makes holding the conference in person potentially unsafe.
3. In the event that the Conference is moved to an online only format, delegates will have access to a platform where they can stream the scientific program.
4. The registration fee is non-refundable. No refund of registration fees will be provided in the event that the function moves to an online-only format or if travel to the event in person is not possible.
5. We encourage delegates to take great care in understanding:
a. The cancellation policies of their flights to Japan
b. The cancellation policies of their accommodation
c. The adequacy of their travel insurance
6. The International Hokkaido Trauma Conference will not be responsible for any losses incurred by delegates as a result of disruptions to their travel, either before, during or after the event.
The International Hokkaido Trauma Conference is now a paperless conference. Conference abstracts will be provided in a web application for download.
tel : +61 3 9342 7540
fax : +61 3 9342 8623