Trauma Trust is offering ATLS Courses

Advanced Trauma Life Support courses (ATLS)

Trauma Trust offers Hybrid, Refresher and Traditional ATLS courses. Upcoming courses:
February 9, 2024 is a Refresher course

Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®), is a continuing medical education program designed to teach a standardized, concise approach to the care of the trauma patient in the “golden hour”—the period of time following traumatic injury during which there is the highest likelihood of death.

Hybrid mATLS®—the newest addition to the ATLS program—is comprised of 13 online modules designed to replace the interactive discussion component of the traditional ATLS course so that learners may complete it at their own pace. After completion of these modules, learners will proceed to their registered course sites to complete the hands-on skills portion of the course following a prescribed 1 day skills practicum schedule.

CME Credit Count based on online learning + in-person course. 

Target Audience

This activity is intended for health care providers involved in the care of the trauma patient, including:

  • Practicing physicians
  • Residents
  • Advanced practice clinicians
  • Medical students in their final year of study

ATLS Student Traditional Course

  • Teaches medical core content in an interactive format
  • Hands-on skills sessions in simulated trauma settings
  • Successful completion status valid for 4 years from course date

ATLS Student Refresher Course

  • Provides the opportunity to maintain a current status
  • ½-day or 1-day course format
  • Content overview, triage scenarios, written and practical tests included

Hybrid mATLS®

  • the newest addition to the ATLS program
  • is comprised of 13 online modules designed to replace the interactive discussion component of the traditional ATLS course so that learners may complete it at their own pace.
  • After completion of these modules, learners will proceed to their registered course sites to complete the hands-on skills portion of the course following a prescribed 1 day skills practicum schedule.
  • CME Credit Count based on online learning + in-person course. 

For questions about course content, please contact:

Julie Rabeau, RN EMSRN, ATLS CoordinatorOffice: 253-403-8667Fax: 253-403-7539[email protected]

 

 

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