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Western Pediatric Trauma Conference
Sonoma, CA US
July 13, 2022 to July 15, 2022

The conference features nationally renowned faculty in the fields of pediatric trauma, critical care, emergency medicine and pre-hospital care. Participants will be able to propose practice improvements to their teams based on evidence-based guidelines, scientific inquiry, tools and resources presented at the conference. This event is an unparalleled opportunity to make and solidify relationships through person-to person communications and marketing.

Course Contact: 

Please contact Matthew Stern, CME Manager, for any questions at

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Full conference MD/DO: $700
Single day MD/DO: $375
Full conference for all other participants: $500
Single day for All other participants: $275

*Virtual Attendance: $375

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  • 10.00 ABP MOC Part II

  • 15.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

  • 15.75 Attendance

  • 15.75 Colorado State EMS

  • 15.75 NCPD

*A certificate of attendance will be provided

upon completion of this course.

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  • Discuss current national standards of care in managing trauma patients, emphasizing uncommon content areas and ongoing research.

  • Interpret requirements and distinguish all necessary preparations required for virtual ACS site visits.

  • Summarize common disparities in trauma care and differentiate the innovative standards of care for trauma patients.

  • Identify the most recent consensus Arizona-Texas-Oklahoma-Memphis-Arkansas Consortium (ATOMAC) guidelines.

  • Recognize current injury prevention strategies and apply COVID-related adaptations.

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At the conclusion of this event, the learner will be able to report increased knowledge related to clinical management of pediatric trauma patients, best practices, and available resources for pediatric trauma care.

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The program content is targeted to surgeons, registered nurses and health care professionals from around the nation who care for injured children.