The August newsletter is now available! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is Potpourri.
In this issue you’ll find articles on:
An instant hemoglobin monitor
Don’t ignore the naughty bits
The referral hospital trauma rule
The dogma of putting chest tubes to suction
Small hospital, unstable patient
How to lose a bet and still win!
Subscribers received the newsletter first last weekend. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues),
Click here to download and/or subscribe.
Trauma Education: The Next Generation will go live at 8:00am Central Time! Join us any time starting
NOW at http://bit.ly/TETNG2014
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This is the final teaser for Trauma Education: The Next Generation. It’s tomorrow, so plan on tuning in and seeing what we are up to! We’ve got some groundbreaking talks and video for you.
For more information, go to
. If you happen to be hanging around the upper midwest, stop by the History Center in St. Paul and check out the live show. Otherwise, www.tetng.org tune in via LiveStream by clicking this link.
How To Keep Up With Your Literature
This short, 12 minute video shows you how to stay current with the literature in your field of expertise. It works for everyone in any discipline, and
demonstrates a 5 step system that uses current technology to minimize time and maximize your learning.
My video is accompanied by a reference guide with details on the technique, as well as recommended hardware and software. Click here to download the pdf file.
This video is a sample of the type of content that will be presented at the
Trauma Education: The Next Generation (TETNG) conference on September 4 in St. Paul, MN. All content presented at the conference will also have a downloadable reference guide.
For more information on TETNG, including live streaming and registration, click here.
Here is the final program for Trauma Education: The Next Generation, presented this Thursday in St. Paul.
Click for a printable copy.
Check out the program and faculty at www.tetng.org for more info or to register!
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