The new 10th edition of ATLS® will deliver considerable changes to the course content, course format, and teaching methods. Students MUST read the textbook prior to attending the course to be successful.
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS®) is the standard of care identified by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) for physicians who intervene with trauma victims at all levels of clinical practice. ATLS® utilizes a systematic, concise methodology for assessment and initial stabilization of the multiple-injured trauma patient. Lectures and Interactive practicum address initial assessment, airway and ventilation, shock, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, head trauma, spine and spinal cord trauma, musculoskeletal trauma, burn and cold injuries, trauma of pediatric, geriatric, and obstetric patients, and transfer considerations. ATLS® courses are presented in conjunction with the ACS Ohio Committee on Trauma.
Required supplies for this class: The manual and pre-course memo will be mailed approximately 4 weeks prior to the course. Auditors will receive an e-book link.
For questions or additional information please contact our education department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-255-4417.
American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Guidance for ATLS® Participants due to COVID-19
"Any ATLS Provider whose course verification expires in 2020 will have the grace period extended for one year from the expiration date. The expectation is that they will take the appropriate Course in 2021 to renew their course verification."