The 39th Annual "Advances in Trauma" Meeting sponsored by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, Region 7 (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska) will be held December 2-3, 2016 at the Westin Crown Center Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri.
The seminar will benefit trauma surgeons, general surgeons, emergency physicians, trauma coordinators, trauma nurses, critical care nurses, surgical residents, orthopedic surgeons, vascular surgeons, primary care physicians who care for injured patients, mid-level providers, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
Registration: Register ONLINE today
Download PDF of Final Program Book
Although the Final Program book will be distributed at registration in hard copy, it is encouraged to download the program before the meeting to familiarize yourself with the material beforehand. To download the PDF version of the Final Program, please click on the link below.
Verification of Attendance, Self-Assessment Credit, and Conference Evaluation
All information must be submitted no later than Friday, December 16th to receive CME and/or Self-Assessment Credits.
The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, Region 7 is offering the opportunity for Self-Assessment CME from our Annual Meeting held in Kansas City. All meeting attendees are encouraged to access the system below to submit a verification of attendance form, take self-assessment exams (optional), fill out a conference evaluation, and print an ACS approved credit certificate.
All meeting attendees may log in to the system at the following link:
Step 1. Verification of Attendance
Once you complete and submit your Verification of Attendance form, you may continue on to Step 2 or 3:
Step 2: Self-Assessment Exams
You may elect to take all, part or none of the self-assessment exam. If you choose NOT to take any portions of the exam, go to Step 3 to complete the Course Evaluation.
A passing score of 75% or higher is required to receive self-assessment credit for a portion of the meeting. Upon submitting your answers, you will immediately find out if you passed or failed, and which questions were answered incorrectly.
You may take an exam an unlimited number of times.
Once you have passed all portions of the exam for which you are seeking credit, you may complete the Course Evaluation (Step 3). If you do not pass all portions of the exam, you will not receive the self-assessment credits for that portion.
Step 3. Course Evaluation
Course evaluation form must be completed prior to moving on to Step 4.
Step 4: Download CME/Self-Assessment Credit Certificate
You will NOT receive a confirmation email with your exam results. Therefore, the Committee on Trauma strongly recommends you print the certificate upon completion of all exams. The Committee on Trauma will provide confirmation of your completed exam results with our final CME report, submitted to the American College of Surgeons for this program. If you are a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, your CME credit will be posted to your MyCME portal page within 3 months following the event.
|© American College of Surgeons - Committee on Trauma - All rights reserved.|
Site designed, hosted, and maintained by ★ Gold Star Webs