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Welcome to the Trauma Oklahoma Education and OU Medicine Trauma Program Education Course Site. Please see the descriptions below of the courses offered:

IF YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR ATLS - ALL REGISTRATION QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED. 

All other classes, do not answer the "Additional Information" Section.

- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS): This course is meant for medical providers (MD/DO/APC) who are interested in an education course over the care of trauma patients. Please check the course schedule for available spots for each date as these fill quickly.

- STOP the Bleed: This course is meant for the general public and medical providers of all disciplines. This free course provides education over bleeding control techniques including a power point presentaiton and hands on skills.

- Concussion Education: This course is meant for the general public and medical providers of all disciplines. This free course provides a presentation by a Pediatric Neurosurgeon - Dr. Naina Gross. She will discuss with the class the appropriate care for a patient with a mild TBI (Concussion) including home care instructions, return to play, etc.

- TCRN Review Course (Solheim Enterprises): This course is meant for RN's who are interested in taking their Trauma Certified Registered Nurse National Certification Exam. This course will be given by Solheim Enterprises and will be held at OU Medicine. Discounts will be offered for OU Medicine Employees and ENA Members.

The Advanced Trauma Life Support® (ATLS®) program can teach you a systematic, concise approach to the care of a trauma patient. ATLS was developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) and was first introduced in the US and abroad in 1980.  Its courses provide you with a safe and reliable method for immediate management of injured patients.  The course teaches you how to assess a patient’s condition, resuscitate and stabilize him or her, and determine if his or her needs exceed a facility’s capacity. It also covers how to arrange for a patient’s inter-hospital transfer and assure that optimum care is provided throughout the process. If you don’t treat trauma patients frequently, an ATLS course provides an easy method to remember for evaluation and treatment of a trauma victim.

This is the WAIT LIST sign up for Advanced Trauma Life Support. When registering - please enter in the comments section which course or courses you'd like to be placed on the wait list for. If there is more than one course you want to be wait listed for, please rank them per preference.

To be enrolled on the wait list, payment must be received. Payments will not be accepted on site -

COST: CHECK, MONEY ORDER or CASH Payments ONLY – PO # or CREDIT CARDS NOT ACCEPTED

                                    $900.00 for physician participants

                                    $600.00 for approved OU resident participants

                                    $600.00 for physician extenders (PA-C; APRN, NP-C)

                                    $280.00* for non-physician auditors* (RN, Flight RN, EMT)

                                    (*Auditor course fee does not include the ATLS Student Manual and can be purchased

                                    for an additional $75.00 – current manual required for attendance)

              Registration fee includes course manual, materials, parking, breakfast, lunch, and beverages.

              Course materials will be mailed 2-4 weeks prior to the course date or as soon as possible.

 

MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO:         T.O.E. / ATLS (Trauma Oklahoma Education, Inc. / ATLS)

 

MAIL TO:                 T.O.E. / ATLS

                                 711 S.L. Young Blvd, Suite 520

                                 Oklahoma City, OK 73104

 

Tragedy can happen in an instant, and in the aftermath of the recent school shootings, trauma experts at OU Medicine are offering a free course on how to save the life of someone bleeding to death through a program called “Stop the Bleed.”

Following a traumatic injury, major blood loss is responsible for more than 35 percent of prehospital deaths and more than 40 percent of deaths that occur within the first 24 hours of hospital admission, according to the National Trauma Institute.​Training surgeons in bleeding control techniques so that they can train the general public is an effective way to disseminate bleeding control knowledge and teach skills, according to study findings published om the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.

Doctors and nurses at the Trauma One Center at OU Medical Center are joining with the American College of Surgeons to provide simple lifesaving training for local churches, businesses and schools as part of a national initiative called “Stop the Bleed.” The “Stop the Bleed” course was developed following the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. The program’s focus is that with the proper training, anyone can save a life after an injury such as a laceration or bullet wound. Simple tactics such as how to apply pressure to a wound and using a tourniquet properly will be taught to those who attend.