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2017 Rao R. Ivatury Trauma Symposium, Wednesday March 29, 2017

Extreme Injuries and Injuries of Extremities

Featuring nationally recognized speakers and local experts discussing current issues throughout the trauma system, including prehospital, emergency, critical care, acute care and rehabilitation.


Course Description:

The 18th Annual Rao R. Ivatury Trauma Symposium is a multidisciplinary conference designed to inform attendees about current challenges in trauma care throughout the continuum and will emphasize the special care of extremity injuries—from the street to definitive care and rehabilitation in the urban and austere environments. The Symposium will highlight the Stop the Bleed Campaign teaching effective bleeding control techniques in the face of a life-threatening external hemorrhage and will also offer the Bleeding Control Basic (BCON) Course. CME credits offered

VCU Goes Green

The Ivatury Trauma Symposium Goes Green: In an effort to continue VCU Health’s mission to ensure a greener future, the Rao R. Ivatury Trauma Symposium is taking steps to reduce our carbon footprint. 

This year, all of the program content will be available online for download prior to the event. After you register be sure to watch your email for more details and bring your tablet or smart phone to the event! (Free Wi-Fi will be provided.) Remember that even small changes today can make a big difference tomorrow!


Hosted by VCU Health Center for Trauma and Critical Care Education and Divison of Acute Care Surgical Services

VCU Department of Surgery, Division of Acute Care Surgical Services 804-827-1207
Center for Trauma & Critical Care Education (CTCCE) 804-828-4204

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last updated: February 27, 2017