The Erlanger Trauma Symposium
10th Annual Trauma Symposium
June 1 and 2, 2017
Chattanooga Convention Center
Trauma education and continuing education credit for EMTs, paramedics, first responders, nurses, and physicians.
Registration fee includes CME/CEU/CE credit hours.
Day 1: Trauma & Critical Care Conference
Surgeon William S. Havron III, MD, 2009 UT College of Medicine Chattanooga graduate, recounts lessons learned from the Pulse mass shooting event on June 12, 2016, in Orlando, FL. He is the Surgery Program Director at Orlando Regional Medical Center.
Karen A. McQuillan, MS, RN, CNS-BC, CCRN, CNRN, FAAN is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland and past President of AACN. Karen will deliver her presidential address—Courageous Care—as well as present Management of Acute Spinal Cord Injuries.
Day 2: Cadaver& Skills Lab
An Expanded Cadaver Lab moving to 18,000 sq ft Exhibit Hall will apply lessons from Day 1 lectures. New Core Cadaver & Skills Lab Stations with alternative skill options will provide learning tailored for each attendee.
Special Lodging Rate
A special conference lodging rate is available at the Chattanooga Marriott. Call on or before 5/7/17 and mention Erlanger Trauma Symposium. Details in the Registration Brochure.
Invitation to Vendors and Exhibitors
Vendors and Exhibitors are invited to support Erlanger Health System’s 10th Annual Trauma Symposium. Your continued financial sponsorship is imperative for Erlanger to provide this superior continuing education opportunity. Visit our vendor page to learn more.