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What Do The Changes To The ACS Trauma CME Requirements Mean For the Future Of Trauma Education? November 29, 2018

Posted by Robin Wilkinson in : Uncategorized , trackback

You’ve probably heard the American College of Surgeons (ACS) has loosened the requirement for trauma CME for ABEM-Boarded Physicians.

To say that the majority of emergency physicians welcomed the change would be an understatement. We recently conducted a survey of our subscribers who collectively characterized the ACS revisions as a reprieve from an ever-changing list of professional requirements that seems only to grow longer. At the same time, many recognized ongoing trauma education is critical to ensure appropriate care and there was confusion over what exactly the new rules are and who they do, and don’t, apply to.

The question on everyone’s mind is: What do the ACS trauma CME requirements changes mean for ongoing trauma education exactly?

We interviewed leaders in emergency medicine including Graham T. McMahon, MD, MMSC, Lee Shockley, MD, MBA, and many more to dig into the new ACS trauma CME requirements. Download our free report and find out more about the changes to the ACS trauma CME requirements as well as what they mean for you and the future of trauma education.

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