LUnch n' learn education topics submission


Use this form to submit to the TTCF Trauma Registry Committee the education topics.

We want to hear directly from you the Texas Trauma Registrars with the topics you would like to receive education on at the next Lunch n' Learn Webinar.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

 JUNE 16, 2017 Lunch N' Learn Webinar

ICD-10-PCS and ICD-10-CM Review and

Tips for Coding Trauma


​​2017 LUNCH N' LEARN Webinar SCHEDULE

Date Changed to March 17, 2017, 11:00 TO 12:30

from March 10, 2017, 11:00 to 12:30

NTDB/NTDS 2017 Data Changes Refresher Course and Texas Impact of 2017 changes

​June 16, 2017, 11:00 TO 12:30

ICD-10-PCS and CM Review and Tips for Coding Trauma

SEPTEMBER, 22, 2017, 11:00 TO 12:30

Using Excel for Trauma registry reports and Data validation



Local Training ​& Education


                                                                       MAY 24, 2017, 08:00 TO 17:00 

                                                  Early Bird Registration Deadline May 10

                                                                       Bayou City Event Center

                                                             9        401 Knight Road, Houston, Texas 77045

                                                                     https://hchdfoundation.org/15th-trauma-conference/





National Training & Education


​AAAM Abbreviated Injry Scale (AIS) Courses

​Visit the AAAM website at AIS Training Courses


American trauma society trauma registry courses

Visit the ATS WEBSITE AT ATS Calendar or Contact the ATS by email at education@amtrauma.org or Phone (703)538-3557

Providing educational offerings that build the knowledge of Trauma Registrars in Texas. Registrar continuing education is vital as trauma data impacts patient care, research, trauma systems, and the ability to improve patient care and quality outcomes. We provide quarterly Lunch N' Learn educational webinars for trauma registrars.

Education

Enhance registry knowledge

    Texas Trauma Coordinators Forum's Trauma Registry Committee