31st Annual May Day Trauma Conference
CONFERENCE UPDATE: In anticipation for continued safety precautions related to the COVID-19 virus, the format for the 31st Annual May Day | AMSUS Trauma Conference has been changed from live to virtual.
The Virtual Conference will be held on October 20, 2020 and will be free of charge. Click on the May Day link below to learn more.
Trauma/Emergency Nursing Courses (TNCC-ENPC)
The Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) is a 16-hour course developed by the Emergency Nurses Association to present a firm foundation in trauma nursing and to provide nurses with core or basic trauma cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills that are associated with the delivery of professional nursing care to the trauma patient. On the other hand, the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) provides a standardized body of pediatric emergency nursing knowledge to improve the care of pediatric patients. It provides early intervention and expert care for patients from birth to adolescence.
Covid-19 Injury Prevention Resources
With media reports of a worldwide spike in domestic violence, trauma centers nationwide reporting unprecedented numbers of child abuse cases, and mental health professionals concerned about COVID-19’s potential to increase suicides it is safe to safe that the pandemic has implications in the injury prevention field. UNC Trauma wants to provide resources to combat COVID-19 related injuries and keep you and your loved ones safe.
8th annual Paramedic Skills competition
Tar Heel Trauma is very proud and excited to offer our 8th Annual Paramedic Skills Competition. The Paramedic Skills Competition is a challenging, educational, and fun event where paramedic teams can pit their skills against other teams from across the region and state. Whether seeking education or practicing for larger competitions, this event features state-of-the art simulation equipment and techniques to recreate realistic, complex patient scenarios.“ what team will win bragging rights this year?