Advanced Trauma Management for EM: Updates & Best Practices
“Advanced Trauma Management for the Emergency Physician” is a 2-day, 13-hour course that provides updates, best practices, and new pathways & protocols regarding the acute care of major trauma patients, from Emergency Department arrival through hospital admission/ discharge. The course will focus on advanced, state-of-the-art clinical knowledge and skills, with an emphasis on teamwork, non-technical skills, and best practices in ED management.
The goal of this advanced trauma management course is to prepare emergency clinicians, who already have a strong base in trauma care, to quickly and accurately assess and provide high-quality care for trauma patients. Emphasis will be on optimizing outcomes for patients presenting with high-risk traumatic injuries.
“Advanced Trauma Management for the Emergency Physician” is delivered by the Department of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a level 1 trauma center. This course is relevant for clinicians working in emergency medicine, critical care, and urgent care and can be applied in the trauma center, community hospital, or remote setting.