Hospitals can provide up to 14 hours of high quality, trauma-specific, Continuing Medical Education (CME) for an unlimited number of participants at the low price of $1500 USD. That’s less than the CME-cost for a typical single attendee, once factoring in registration, airfare, and travel!
Trauma Conference International offers a cost-effective exciting new alternative to avoid the expense and time of travel. Hospitals may present the conference live via the Internet as either an individual or group format. By purchasing a group registration, hospitals can offer Trauma Conference International live in a conference room or auditorium.
The number of people to view the conference at your institution is limited only to those that you can fit into your viewing room! Anyone that attends and watches the conference at your institution may obtain up to 14 hours of continuing education at no additional cost! This is a perfect opportunity to add 14 hours of hosted CME to your hospital’s education requirements! The host hospital is responsible for collecting names, attestations, and emails, for those requesting CME for the event. We will email CME certificates directly to your participants after they complete an online evaluation of the event.
The group registration price is $1,500 USD for all hospitals in the United States or Canada*. This price includes:
- Broadcasting the entire Conference live in one location
- Participating in the discussions live via our chat system
- Continuing Education Credits for anyone viewing the Conference at your hospital
For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 844-933-5670 (worldwide) or 602-933-5670 (USA and Canada).
If you are ready to register your hospital, you can do so online at Group Simulcast Registration. After your hospital has paid, you will have access to the live simulcast on Thursday, August 17 and Friday, August 18, 2017.
Some key points:
- You will be able to watch the Simulcast from ONE location at your facility
- You will access the Simulcast at www.traumacon.org with the e-mail address provided to us as the administrator for your facility (site coordinator)
- As many people that can fit into your conference room can obtain continuing education
- Continuing education credits will be obtained by filling out a data sheet of those that attend. Plan on designating a site administrator to record attendance at your hospital. Each attendee will receive instructions directly from us on how to receive their credits. We will provide the data sheet to the site administrator just before the Conference.
Meeting Date and Location
August 17-18, 2017
Simulcast Audience: www.traumacon.org
In-person: 100 Front St W, Toronto ON M5J 1E3 Canada
Printable Brochure and Syllabus
Brochure available Q1, 2017.
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 Chairman: Chad Ball, MD, FACS | David M Notrica, MD, FACS, FAAP | Neil Parry, MD | Peter Rhee, MD FACS | Chris Salvino, MD, FACS | Felipe Vega, MD | Esteban Foianini, MD, FACS
About the Annual Conference
The International Trauma Conference (TCI) is a premier conference on current trauma care practices. The faculty line-up features many of the top speakers and leaders in trauma throughout the world. The content will be of special interest to physicians (in trauma, orthopaedics, anesthesiology, emergency medicine, and critical care) and registered nurses involved in trauma care in the acute resuscitation phase (emergency department and operating room) and in critical care. 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, if not the only, truly world-wide trauma conference with equal representation from multiple countries and truly bi-lingual
In addition, the conference may be the only one in the world that offers the ability to attend in person or via high definition
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 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 – Chad Ball, MD
Canada – Neil Parry, MD
Canada – Sandro Rizoli, MD
Canada – Kelly Vogt, MD
Canada – Paul McBeth, MD
Colombia – Paula Ferrada, MD
Mexico – Felipe Vega Rivera, 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.
*Hospitals in low- and mid- income countries may present the conference at little or no charge. Please contact email@example.com for special registration instructions.