Since its founding in 1913, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) has established a history of advocating for quality patient care and excellence in education programs. The ACS-Arkansas Chapter and the Arkansas Trauma Society have provided trauma education for Arkansas providers since the late 1970's, including ATLS, RTTDC, and other courses. Our organization is now once-again offering quality trauma education for all providers in Arkansas. We will also be offering
other trauma courses in the fall and winter, and will host the Annual Arkansas Trauma Update in
Our goal is to deliver the best trauma education, including the latest information on care of the trauma patient, so that those physicians, nurses, and EMS providers taking our courses can be assured of the best possible education. All of our courses will be taught by surgeons, nurses, and other providers who are active participants in the Arkansas trauma system, are proven instructors, and have kept up to date with the latest information. We also aim to provide these courses at competitive prices , and in locations that will provide convenience for providers around the state, while still providing the essential number and quality of instructors needed for quality education.
Knowing that many providers need these courses now, we are offering ATLS, TNCC, RTTDC, and ATCN courses beginning in September. Our intent is to produce these courses so that we can educate the largest number of providers in the most efficient fashion.
January 4-5, 2019 - Jonesboro, AR
NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital
Trauma Nursing Core Course
January 26-27, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS
11610 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Suite 103; Box # 125 | Little Rock, AR | 72223
501.551.9509 • firstname.lastname@example.org
In Conjunction with the American College of Surgeons - Arkansas Chapter
PROVIDING QUALITY TRAUMA EDUCATION
June 8-9, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS
Who can take ATLS?
Under new ACS policies to expand who can take the course, Licensed Physicians (MD and DO), Licensed Nurse Practitioners (APN, CRNA, etc.), and Licensed Physician Assistants (PA) can all take ATLS for CME / CEU credit and an ATLS provider card. All others can audit the course (attend all lectures, receive a textbook, and observe the skills stations).
The Emergency Nurses Association developed the Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) to establish a standardized body of trauma nursing knowledge and to improve the care of all trauma patients. This course combines interactive learning with scenario-based assessments to give nurses a comprehensive learning experience. The TNCC Seventh Edition contains evidence-based content developed by trauma experts to reinforce and supplement the lectures and skill stations. The core knowledge in the TNCC® Provider Course is essential for nursing personnel working in any level trauma center.
The Provider Course is taught in 16 hours over a two day format and presents an organized approach for nursing evaluation and management of seriously injured trauma patients with hands-on skills sessions in simulated trauma settings.
Advanced Trauma Life Support
March 8-9, 2019 - Batesville, AR
White River Medical Center
Apil 6-7, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS
May 4-5, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS
February 9-10, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS
March 30-31, 2019 - Little Rock, AR; UAMS