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TREFF is dedicated and passionate about trauma research and injury prevention, exemplary trauma response and treatment, and physical and emotional rehabilitation for victims of trauma and their families. TREFF’s core purpose is to educate, train, and inspire medical professionals, emergency response teams, community groups and schools, and the public in ways that help people lead healthy active lives, and that save lives and reduce traumatic injuries due to preventable causes.

Apr

13

2019

Online registration closes March 30 2019

ASSET

Community Regional Medical Center
Dept. of Surgery, 1st Floor
2823 Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93721

The Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma (ASSET) course uses human cadavers to teach surgical exposure of anatomic structures that, when injured, may pose a threat to life or limb. Students use a course manual that provides an overview of surgical exposures in key areas: neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis, and upper and lower extremities. The one-day course covers each section, beginning with a case-based overview that is followed by a hands-on exposure guided by the faculty. The student-to-faculty ratio is low, allowing extensive faculty guidance and interaction with students. Each student assesses his or her ability to perform each exposure independently, and is evaluated on knowledge and technical skills.

Course Time:

7:00a.m - 5:00p.m

May

30

2019

Central California Trauma Symposium 2019

Clovis Veterans Memorial District
Liberty Ballroom
808 4th Street
Clovis, CA 93612

For questions, please call the Trauma Program Office at (559) 459-5130 or send an email to jfreeman2@communitymedical.org 

Sep

14

2019

Online registration closes August 31 2019

ASSET

Community Regional Medical Center
Dept. of Surgery, 1st Floor
2823 Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93721

The Advanced Surgical Skills for Exposure in Trauma (ASSET) course uses human cadavers to teach surgical exposure of anatomic structures that, when injured, may pose a threat to life or limb. Students use a course manual that provides an overview of surgical exposures in key areas: neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis, and upper and lower extremities. The one-day course covers each section, beginning with a case-based overview that is followed by a hands-on exposure guided by the faculty. The student-to-faculty ratio is low, allowing extensive faculty guidance and interaction with students. Each student assesses his or her ability to perform each exposure independently, and is evaluated on knowledge and technical skills.

Course Time:

7:00a.m - 5:00p.m