Trauma Program Education
Members of the Trauma Program devote considerable time to teaching at all levels, including hospital personnel, medical residents and attending staff. In doing so, we train future pediatric trauma specialists and enhance the overall level of trauma care for children.
Pediatric Residents Rotation
Pediatric residents from our hospital, as well as from five other pediatric, emergency medicine and family practice residency programs rotate through the Division of Emergency and Transport Medicine each year. Faculty provide a formal lecture series, training labs, mock codes and other teaching services.
In addition, the Division of Emergency and Transport Medicine offers a three-year fellowship program, training two fellows annually in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
Trauma Program members give a range of professional presentations.
- Pediatric Trauma, An Overview
- Blunt Abdominal Trauma
- Preservation of Injured Spleen or other Solid Organs
- Management of Children with Liver Injury
- Resuscitation & Stabilization of Child with Traumatic Injuries
- Pediatric Injuries Prevention
Schedule a Presentation
Contact the University Children's Medical Group Speakers Bureau at 323-361-2305.