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Trauma Rounds

UPMC has always printed Trauma Rounds with an eye toward helping emergency medicine professionals improve their preparedness and practice. To this end, we have created a Pennsylvania Department of Health-accredited continuing education test for each new issue of the publication.

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* Correction: In this issue, we listed the incorrect contact person for UPMC Mercy's Advanced Trauma Life Support course. The contact is Anna Lindsey, who can be reached at lindseya@upmc.edu and 412-232-7178.

The continuing education test can be completed in one of two ways:

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As an online test

Take the online test offered by the Pennsylvania Department of Health (registration is required).

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