AAST Grand Rounds and Webinars
The National Trauma Grand Rounds is a web-based educational series. AAST offers these webinars for educational purposes.
To join the webcast on the day of the event, CLICK HERE. (The link to the site will be live approximately 30 minutes prior to the starting of the event.)
If you are a live site or are an institution participating through the webcast, please DOWNLOAD the sign in sheet for the Grand Rounds. All sign in sheets MUST be submitted by Friday, March 17th, 2017 at Noon central time.
AAST 2017 Grand Rounds Schedule
March 15 - Fistula management in the complex abdomen, Preston Miller, MD
April 19 - Optimization of the Potential Organ donor, Ali Salim, MD
May 17 - Traumatic Perihepatic/Hepatic Bleeding: Parencyma, Retrohepatic Cava, Portal Vein, Raul Coimbra, MD
June 21 - Minimally invasive techniques in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, Kim Davis, MD, MBA
July 19 - What's New in Prehospital Management, Mark Gestring, MD
August 16 - TBD, Nicole Stassen, MD
October 18 - Danger Signaling: An Important New Principle in trauma and Surgical Injury, Carl J. Hauser, MD
November 15 - Abdominal Vascular Trauma, David Feliciano, MD
AAST 2017 Webinar Schedule
To join the webinar on the day of the event, CLICK HERE.
March 23 - Moved to May 3rd. May 3rd is a combined Military and Education committies webinar.
May 3 - The Platinum Minute: Novel strategies for Major Non-Compressible Truncal Hemorrhage, Matt Martin, MD, Dave King, MD, Joe DuBose, MD, Hasan Alam, MD
May 31- Guidelines for developing and maintaining a hospital-based violence intervention program, Rochelle Dicker, MD, Sheldon Teperman, MD
July 27 - TBD
September 11 - The Hybrid OR and the Trauma Patient, Tom Scalea, MD
October 26 - TBD
November 1 - No deaths are acceptable: Vision Zero and traffic safety in the 21st Century, Zara Cooper, MD, MSc
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the American College of Surgeons and the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma. The American College of Surgeons is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
The American College of Surgeons designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Credits can be claimed during the live event and in the AAST e-Learning/MOC section of the website. If you are interested in presenting or being a live site, please contact the AAST Central Office at (312) 202-5252 or contact the AAST Education Manager, Bridget Lindbloom, at email@example.com. Additional information on the sessions will be sent out in future member correspondence or on this page. There is no cost to participate during the live session and all are welcome for the webscast portion.