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2018 Trauma/Critical Care Symposium Registration

Cottage Health Trauma/Critical Care Symposium

Symposium Registration & Information

Follow this link to register for the 2018 Cottage Health Trauma/Critical Care Symposium. For more information e-mail Kathy Williams or call (805) 569-7451

The 17th Annual Trauma/Critical Care Symposium will be held July 13th, 2018, at the Fess Parker DoubleTree Hilton Resort in Santa Barbara.

This course is designed for physicians, nurses pre-hospital personnel, and other healthcare providers to take evidence-based research in the treatment and management of seriously injured patients to practice application.

Educational Objectives:

  • Manage new technology and techniques for optimal care of diverse trauma related issues.
  • Examine state-of-the-art management of trauma related issues in our community.
  • Analyze data-based evidence to compare and contrast pre-hospital and clinical care.
  • Integrate better-informed treatment decisions at all stages of care to improve patient outcomes.

Please continue to check this page for more information about speakers, educational credits and registration.

Online Registration and Fees

Online registration: Through midnight July 11th, 2018. Follow this link to the 2018 Cottage Health Trauma/Critical Care Symposium Registration page.

Non-MDs MDs
Through May 31 $155 $180
June 1 - July 11 (midnight) $165 $200
At the Door $190 $225

Cancellations accepted through July 6

Symposium LocationTrauma Symposium 2016 - DoubleTree Santa Barbara

17th Annual Trauma/Critical Care Symposium
July 13th, 2018
Fess Parker DoubleTree Hilton Resort
Santa Barbara, California

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