31st Annual UNC May Day and AMSUS Trauma Conference
CONFERENCE RESCHEDULED: Due to ongoing developments related to the COVID-19 virus, The 31st Annual May Day | AMSUS Trauma Conference has been rescheduled to October 19-20, 2020.
Due to local travel restrictions and for the safety of attendees, the 31st Annual UNC May Day | AMSUS Trauma Conference has been rescheduled for October 19-20, 2020.
An email with additional information will be sent to those already registered. Registration for the fall dates will open in the coming days. Please check-in for any updates to our exciting agenda and faculty list.
We deeply regret any inconvenience this has caused and thank you for your understanding. Hope to see you in the fall!
UNC Tar Heel Trauma is proud to partner with AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals to present the 31st Annual May Day and AMSUS Trauma Conference on April 30, 2020–May 1, 2020, at the Friday Center in beautiful Chapel Hill, NC.
The May Day–AMSUS conference is a two-day event carefully designed to meet the educational needs of the health care team across the continuum of trauma care. The conference also aims to explore, synthesize, and collaborate on cutting-edge trends and technologies emerging within civilian and military sectors to treat severely injured patients.
The conference will follow the trauma continuum of care with the first day featuring topics on disaster preparedness, pre-hospital care, and emergency medicine while the second day covers critical care, acute care, and rehabilitation. The agenda for each day combines general and three breakout tracks to allow you to further tailor your experience to best meet your needs.
In addition, the conference also features other attractions such as a vendor exhibition, poster presentations, daily giveaways, and a silent auction to benefit the Trauma Survivor's Network.
The May Day Conference is a wonderful opportunity to learn, network, and have fun. We hope you can join us.
This conference will benefit any civilian and military personnel involved in the continuum of trauma care.
- Physicians to include Medical Directors, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care and Surgeons
- Advanced Practice Providers
- Respiratory therapists
- First Responders
- Emergency managers
- Leaders and administrators within military, civilian, academic and commercial sectors
- Product developers
Continuing Education Credits pending.