Trauma surgery associations and societies: which organizations match your goals?

Ball, Chad G.; Grondin, Sean C.; Schieman, Colin; Feliciano, David V.; Dixon, Elijah; Kirkpatrick, Andrew W.; Ivatury, Rao R.; Salomone, Jeffrey P.; Reed, Lawrence R.
July 2014
Journal of Trauma Management & Outcomes;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
This focused summary is a multi-institutional, multi-national, and multi-generational project designed to briefly summarize current academic trauma societies for both trainees and faculty alike. The co-authorship is composed of former and/or current presidents from most major trauma organizations. It has particular relevance to trainees and/or recent graduates attempting to navigate the multitude of available trauma organizations.


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