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NSHTP Education Planner

Rounds

Inter-Professional Clinical Trauma Webinar

Inter-Professional Clinical Trauma Webinar

Date: Tuesday, January 25 2022

Time: 12:00 - 13:00 

Location: Live Webinar

Presenter: Dr. Nick Sowers

Topic: Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

ATLS

Advanced Trauma Life Support Course

ATLS

Date: Friday, February 4 - Saturday, February 5 2022

Time: 08:00 - 18:00 (Friday)

           08:00 - 15:30 (Saturday) 

Course Full

ATLS

Advanced Trauma Life Support Course

ATLS

Date: Friday, May 6 - Saturday, May 7 2022

Time: 08:00 - 18:00 (Friday)

           08:00 - 15:30 (Saturday) 

Course Full

ATLS

Advanced Trauma Life Support Course

ATLS

Date: Friday, October 14 - Saturday, October 15 2022

Time: 08:00 - 18:00 (Friday)

           08:00 - 15:30 (Saturday) 

 

NSHTP Education Planner

Plan ahead to attend upcoming educational activities using the NSHTP Education Planner including ATLS courses, RTTDC, clinical trauma rounds, webinars, simulations, and more. Events will be added as they become available. For all inquiries regarding trauma education, contact the NSHTP Education Coordinator Andrea Bond at Andrea.Bond@nshealth.ca.

NSHTP Education

The NS Health Trauma Program provides educational opportunities to health care professionals in Nova Scotia, as well as various opportunities in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. 

The goal of these programs is to increase trauma knowledge and skills in order to improve trauma care delivery and ultimately trauma patient outcomes. 

These programs provide a communication network within the province that acts to strengthen the trauma system and address best practices in trauma care.

Webinars

Title: Geriatric Trauma in Nova Scotia: A Booming Problem

Presenter: Dr. Sean Hurley

Date: November 30 2021

ATLS & RTTDC Courses in NS - Past 3 Years

Participant Feedback

"Great course. I had a trauma come in 1 week later that almost mirrored one of the scenarios we did - pelvic binder, broken ribs etc. even moaning like the simulator. We had a very successful resuscitation and transfer. Pass on the word to your team of how helpful this course is to our communities."

- Gilles Robichaud R.N.

  (RTTDC Participant)

NSHTP Education - Video