Got CME? Calling all Trauma Centers

March 14, 2016


Do you work at a verified trauma center?

At Level I and II trauma centers, EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS who participate on the trauma team must have an average of 16 hours trauma-related CME EACH YEAR (CD 7-13). While this can be internal education, many Emergency Physicians prefer external trauma-related CME. The same is true for NEUROSURGEONS (CD 8-15), ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS (CD 9-19), and CRITICAL CARE SPECIALISTS (CD 11-64). It’s not just your liaisons who need CME! 

What better way to gain trauma CME than at this year’s Trauma Conference International (TCI) at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California? This year’s conference will feature a DEBATE on Hypotensive Resuscitation by Drs. David Feliciano and Ken Mattox.  Dr. Alfredo Unzueta from Mexico will present Post-resuscitation Injury From a Brain Point of View, and Dr. David Notrica will discuss The Truth About Pediatric Pancreatic Injury in Children. What makes this conference so special is that it will be presented real-time in English and Spanish! Registration is now open!

If you can’t afford time away from your hospital to send your team to San Diego on July 14-15, 2016, consider hosting a live simulcast of the event in your auditorium or conference room. For a fixed price, an unlimited number of attendees may view the conference and receive Category I CME credits!

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