The Society of Trauma Nurses extends their condolences to the runners and families affected by the events at the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. The organization is thankful and proud to be part of the first responders, trauma nurses and physicians who provided care and support for those injured in the blasts. Members, colleagues and partners of STN are in our thoughts and we are committed treating injured patients.
STN 16th Annual Conference
High Stakes Challenges in Trauma Care
April 3 - 5, 2013
Caesars Palace – Las Vegas, Nevada
The STN Membership Committee is offer a mentoring program for members seeking advice and guidance from more seasoned peers. We have witnessed the positive impact of peer-to-peer mentoring at the STN conference and we want to expand and formalize opportunities for meaningful mentorship throughout the organization.
The STN Mentor Program was designed to foster the meaningful exchange of ideas and knowledge transfer that will enhance individual skills and advance STN’s mission to ensure the highest level of trauma care across the continuum.
The program is available to all members in good standing. We encourage you consider participating in the STN Mentor Program as a mentee. Applications will be collected, reviewed and assigned to mentors. Together, the mentor and mentee will determine the specific expectations and timeframe for the relationship to ensure both individuals benefit from the program.
This report outlines the Trauma Center Association of America's (TCAA) federal advocacy accomplishments and on-going legislative efforts in support of its partnership with the Society of Trauma Nurses during the fourth quarter of 2012. Click here to download the report.