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BleedingControl.org is an initiative of the American College of Surgeons and the Hartford Consensus and contains diagrams, news, videos, and other resources contributed by a variety of other private and nonprofit partners to help prepare you in the event you are witness to one of these unspeakable events.
On Wednesday, September 13th at the 76th Annual Meeting of AAST, a panel on “How to Build a Comprehensive STOP THE BLEED Program: Tips and Lessons Learned” will be presented. It will also be presented live via Periscope. For more information, see the Annual Meeting 2017 tab: Periscope (Live Broadcasting).
AAST is now providing online CME for JOT articles and archived Grand Rounds.
Save the Date! September 13-16, 2017!
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Registration is now open for the AAST Annual Meeting here.
Program Book available here.
The next webcast will be held on September 11th, 2017 at 5 p.m. (Eastern)
AAST Hosts 117 CME Hours Online Now!
For those not looking for CME, past Grand Rounds are available here.
August 2017Volume 83, Issue 2
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Ernest E. Moore, MD Editor-in-Chief
Timothy C. Fabian, MD Editor-in-Chief
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Susan Briggs, MD, Chair (2017)
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Thanks to the efforts of our committee members, the AAST Disaster Committee has had a very productive year, with several initiatives that should be of value to the AAST membership and their trainees... Read More
AAST President 2017Raul Coimbra, MD
Dear Members of the AAST.
The year could not have had a better start. After our retreat in December, several working groups, composed by members of several committees, rolled up their sleeves and started working hard to achieve our goals for the year and to set the stage for many more great things for future years.....Read More
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