Topics in Trauma Short Course (12 AMA PRA – Category 1 CME)


This 12 unit course is consistent with a seminar of 3-4 days duration and includes 6 CDs and accompanying detailed written summaries on the material discussed by the lecturer on each CD.

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Course Description

Trauma Update: Triage/REBOA/Resuscitation/Space Medicine
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (10/21/22)
Triage and Care of the Trauma Patient in COVID-19 – Jan Shoenberger, MD
REBOA: More Than Just a Tool for Trauma – Megan Brenner, MD, MS
Advances in Resuscitative Care – Matthew Martin, MD
Preparing for Space Flight Launch and Landing Medical Emergencies – Philip C. Stepaniak, MD

Altitude Illness/Hypothermia/Frostbite
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (10/7/22)
Altitude Illness – David S. Bullard, MD, MEd
Hypothermia and Frostbite Management – David S. Bullard, MD, MEd
Frostbite: Use of Tissue Plasminogen Activator – Johndavid M. Storn, MD

Trauma Critical Care
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (7/21/22)
Prophylaxis Against Deep Venous Thrombosis in Traumatic Injury – Martin A. Schreiber, MD
Use and Misuse of Vasopressors – Mark J. Kaplan, MD
Has Technology Replaced the Physical Exam? – Jamie J. Coleman, MD
Severe Hepatic Injury – Elizabeth R. Benjamin, MD, PhD

Disaster Medicine
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (7/7/22)
Massive Transfusions – Deborah M. Stein, MD
Maintaining Staff Resiliency in the Setting of Multicasualty Incidents – Elizabeth R. Benjamin, MD, PhD
A Surgeon’s Top 10 Requests for Disaster Preparedness – David Zonies, MD
Handling Mass Burn Casualties – Sydney Vail, MD

Drowning/Trauma Legislation
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (1/22/22)
Drowning – Scott Votey, MD
Getting Legislators to Make Trauma a Priority – Martin Schreiber, MD

Pelvic Fractures/Time Management/Sedation/Palliative Care
Audio-Digest General Surgery (8/21/22)
Management of Pelvic Fractures – Todd Costantini, MD
Iatrogenic Time Management Issues – Alan Tyroch, MD
Sedation in the Intensive Care Unit – Chadwick P. Smith, MD
Death, Dying, and Palliative Care in the Intensive Care Unit – Melissa Red Hoffman, MD, ND


(Feb 23)

Cancellation Policy

A course may be cancelled up to 7 days before the seminar is scheduled to take place. Once we recieve back the seminar material we will refund your tuition, minus a $50 administrative fee, to your credit card.

COURSE MATERIALS CANNOT BE REISSUED. Keep your original course materials and photocopies of your test forms until you have received full credit and documentation from TMS. Replacement test forms will be provided at a charge of $15 per test form. No exceptions.

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