The team at Crux Medical are inviting applicants for a Major Trauma Day pilot course specifically designed for pre-hospital clinicians. 

This one-day course builds on your existing skillset and will push you to the extreme of your ability, encouraging learning in a safe environment. This unique, simulation heavy course promises to increase your confidence in managing some of the more challenging major trauma incidents you’re likely to encounter.

The programme will focus primarily on simulation and include sessions on mental modelling, owning the scene (team leadership), teamwork, allocation of resources and decision making.

Faculty Leads

Christian Wiggin MSc DipIMC PGCE BSc (Econ) CF

Christian is the Director of Crux Medical and is a qualified FICM (Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine) Advanced Critical Care Practitioner and HEMS Critical Care Paramedic with one of the busiest air ambulances in the country. Christian is an examiner with the Royal College of Surgeons on the Diploma in Immediate Medical Care course, instructor on the MSc in International Pre-Hospital Critical Care at Stavanger University (Norway), chair of the International Critical Care Paramedic group and previously has been the Specialist Lead for Critical Care for the regional Ambulance Service and Training Manager for two HART units. He has worked all over the world teaching teams of that include critical care paramedics, special forces and deploying security services personnel.


David Dungay MSc DipIMC DTLLS

Dave is a clinician with many years’ experience working as an Air Ambulance Critical Care Paramedic and as a Hazardous Area Response Team Paramedic. Dave specialises in Major trauma management and specialist rescue and is a medical expert in Urban Search and Rescue, Breathing Apparatus, CBRNe, Swift Water Rescue and Safe Working at Heights. For the last 10 years Dave worked as a HEMS CCP and Clinical Manager with Devon Air Ambulance