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Wed, 24 Nov




Mr Nikhil Misra, Consultant General and Trauma Surgeon at Aintree, will give a frightening and fascinating talk on KnifeSavers, a not-for-profit programme that empowers people to deal with bleeding caused by knife injuries.

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Time & Location

24 Nov 2021, 18:00 – 20:00

LMI, Liverpool Medical Institution & Conference Centre, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, UK

About the event

As a Consultant General and Trauma Surgeon at the region's major trauma centre, Aintree, Nikhil  is on the front line in the fight to save the increasing number of lives threatened by knife crime. 

In the face of rising knife crime, Nikhil helped to set up KnifeSavers, a charity aimed at teaching everyone how to be able to stop the bleeding caused by a knife injury - keeping someone alive for long enough to get them an ambulance, and get them to hospital. 

After being stabbed, a person can bleed to death in just 5 minutes. A rapid response ambulance often takes 7 minutes to arrive at the scene.

Nikhil has kindly agreed to give us an overview of what they do, and what you should do, to help save lives afflicted by knife crime. 

The lecture will commence at 7.00 p.m. and will be preceded by drinks at 6.00 p.m. for those who would like to attend. 

Numbers will be limited to allow appropriate social distancing and ensure the safety of our guests. If no tickets are showing below it is likely that we have reached capacity and/or closed registration. 


  • Drinks and Lecture (6pm - 8pm)

    Pre-lecture drinks for members to start at 6pm

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  • Student Drinks and Lecture

    Pre-lecture drinks for student members only to start at 6pm.

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  • Lecture Only 7pm to 8pm

    The lecture is free to all guests and starts at 7pm.

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