The Facial Trauma Course

26th–27th of October 2023
Zealand University Hospital, Køge, Denmark
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About Course

The Facial Trauma Course

A two-day Instructional Course including lectures, interactive case review discussions and supervised hands-on training on plastic skull models

The objectives for this course are to:

  • Provide the necessary understanding of anatomy and treatment protocols for the management of Craniomaxillofacial (CMF) Trauma
  • Review the principles of soft tissue management and its role in the treatment of CMF trauma including the principles of rigid fixaton

Language of instruction: English


Course Programme

Day 1     |     October 26th

08:00–08:45Registration, Coffee & Pastry
08:45–09:00Welcome & introductionPreben Homøe
Session 1: Principles of maxillofacial trauma
09:00–09:30Triage and initial considerationsMike Perry
09:30–10:00Principles of repair/treatmentBabak Alinasab
10:00–10:45Pediatric Facial TraumaAnn Hermansson
Session 2: Upper face
11:15–12:15Craniofacial trauma, frontal sinus and skull baseAnn Hermansson
12:15–12:30Case DiscussionsBabak Alinasab
12:30–13:30Lunch break
Session 3: Mid Face
13:30–14:00Orbital, frontal bone and sinus fracturesPreben Homøe
14:00–14:30Mid face + lower faceBabak Alinasab
14:30-15:00Management of nose fracturesBabak Alinasab
15:30–16:00Ocular / lacrimal / eyelid injuriesJesper Skovlund Jørgensen
16:00–16:30Mandible TraumaMike Perry
Session 4: Radiology considerations
16:30–17:00Fractures of the face and image modalitySura Abdulmunem
19:00Conference dinner for Faculty and Delegates at:
Comwell Køge Strand Hotel, Strandvejen 111, 4600 Køge

Day 2     |     October 27th

08:00–08:30Coffee & Pastry
Session 5: Airway
08:30–09:00Team leader in facial trauma/multitrauma/collateral damageRasmus Hesselfeldt
09:00–09:30Laryngeal and hyoid bone fracturesPreben Homøe
09:30–10:00Airway ManagementRasmus Hesselfeldt
Session 6: Plastic Surgery Considerations
10:30–11:15Lacerations, bites and abrasionsMette Stueland Wolthers
Session 7: Workshop
11:15–12:00Materials and equipmentKLS Martin
12:00–12:45Lunch break
Session 7: Workshop (continued)
(Location: Meeting room 1+2)
12:45-15:15Zygomatic complex fracture
Orbital floor plate
Frontal Sinus fracture
Midfacial fractures
Mandible: Simple symphysis & angle, complex mandibular fractures
Rasmus Hesselfeldt
Session 8: Final Session
(Location: Auditorium)
15:30–16:15Is this right?Mike Perry
16:15–16:45Case discussionFaculty (Chair: Preben Homøe)
16:45–17:00Evaluation, certification & closurePreben Homøe

Information and Registration

Course price

2750 DKK (includes MOMS/VAT)

The course fee includes lunch, refreshments and course dinner on the first day.


Accommodation is not included in the course fee. The course dinner is held at Hotel Comwell Køge Strand, which also offers excellent accommodation.

To book a room at the reduced conference rate, please send an e-mail using the booking reference: “facial fracture course 26-27 oct. 2023”.


Do you have questions or need additional information? Please contact:

Johan Kirkegaard & Alaa Jady
Course organisers

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Official partners and Sponsors

Thank you to our amazing sponsors, without which the symposium would not be possible!