Simulcast Viewing Options
Simulcast is an exciting new alternative to avoid the expense and travel time associated with attending a conference. Trauma Conference International simulcast is available world-wide and is viewable in high-definition without the need for expensive telecommunication equipment–all you need is an internet connection! Viewers will see and hear the conference as it happens and can also participate using our interactive chat feature or text in questions for the speakers!
The simulcast features world renown speakers presenting the latest innovations in trauma care for international audiences. Trauma Conference International speakers present in their native languages and the simulcast is available for viewing in either English or Spanish. For many, the low-cost option of attending via simulcast is a great way to gain continuing trauma education credits without the expense of travel.
Present Trauma Conference International 2017 at your hospital or trauma center for one low price! The number of people who can view the conference at your institution is limited only by how many people fit into your viewing room! All participants are eligible to request continuing education credits at no additional cost. Learn More.
Watch Trauma Conference International from wherever you have an internet connection! Viewers will see and hear the conference as it happens from the comfort of their home, office, or vacation home! Learn More.
Meeting Date and Times
Thursday, August 17 2017, 7:45am – 4:45pm Eastern
Friday, August 18, 2017, 7:45am – 4:45pm Eastern
Printable Brochure and Syllabus (available Q1, 2017)
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Greetings from the Conference Chairpersons
On behalf of the Trauma Conference International (TCI), we would like to invite you to our 2nd annual world wide conference. Many outstanding national speakers will be delivering concise lectures on relevant trauma and critical care topics. The symposium is all day Thursday and Friday, August 17 and 18, 2017 at the spectacular Fairmont Royal York Hotel in beautiful Toronto.
Conference Chairpersons: Chris Salvino, MD, FACS is the Simulcast technical director. The academic conference chairs are : Chad Ball, MD, FACS | Esteban Foianini, MD, FACS | David M Notrica, MD, FACS, FAAP | Neil Parry, MD | Peter Rhee, MD FACS | Felipe Vega, MD |
About the Annual Conference
Trauma Conference International (TCI) is a premier conference on current trauma care practices. The faculty line-up features top speakers and leaders in trauma throughout the world. The content will be of special interest to physicians (trauma, orthopedics, anesthesiology, emergency medicine, and critical care) as well as Nurses involved in trauma care (particularly those in the Emergency Department, Operating Room, or Intensive Care Units). Others involved in trauma care on an advanced level may also wish to attend (paramedics, respiratory therapists). The conference is held annually.
The conference is one of the few trauma conferences with strong representation from multiple countries and dedication to bringing bi-lingual content.
In addition, the conference may be the only trauma conference in the world that offers the abilty to attend via high definition with a choice of languages.
This symposium is one of the few in the world with a dedicated focus on cross-discipline education.
14 Hours of MOC CME
Over a three-year period, the American Board of Surgery (ABS) requires 60 MOC type of Category I CMEs. Our symposium allows you to earn up to 14 hours of MOC/CME in just two days!
The conference is thrilled to have an exceptional list of world class speakers:
- Canada – Paul McBeth
- Canada –Kelly Vogt, MD
- Canada – Chad Ball, MD
- Canada – Neil Parry, MD
- Canada – Sandro Rizoli, MD
- U.S./Colombia – Paula Ferrada, MD
- USA – David Notrica, MD
- USA – Peter Rhee, MD
- USA – Todd Maxson, MD
- USA – John Holcomb, MD
Continuing Medical Education Credits
Phoenix Children’s Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category I Credits™ . Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity.