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Trauma Care After Resuscitation - US

Provide your nursing staff the same high-quality trauma education you’ve come to count on from TCAR Education Programs in a live, virtual classroom setting. No more hassles of hosting a class! No rooms to book, no food to provide, no minimum cost or number of attendees, and no contracts, brochures, shipping, or sign-in sheets to manage. Both US and UK Live Online course versions are available.

The TCAR Live Online™ course is divided into four, 4-hour blocks that can be attended on 2 consecutive days or spread across weeks.

  • Reduce overall training costs, as compared to live courses
  • Start learners several times throughout the month; see the TCAR Live Online™ calendar for dates
  • Hold group training sessions or have individuals attend each of the four course parts at their own location and convenience
  • Enhance learning by interspersing TCAR didactic sessions with skills competencies, simulations, case studies, and clinical time
  • Accommodate night shift employees and others who are difficult to schedule
  • Track learner progress from your computer
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For group registration and volume discounts, please contact us at 1.503.608.4900

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Unlike trauma education programs targeted at prehospital and emergency care providers, the Trauma Care After Resuscitation (TCAR) course is specifically designed for acute care, critical care, perioperative, and rehab nurses.

Now, for the first time ever, you don’t need to be at a major trauma center (or in a classroom) to experience the world’s highest quality trauma nursing program. With TCAR Live Online™, you can receive elite trauma training wherever you are, whenever you are ready to begin.

TCAR Live Online™ employs a case scenario format that follows trauma patients from point of injury to hospital discharge. Learning interactions, knowledge checks, and videos are interspersed throughout to enhance information retention.

Course Outline

Part 1: Foundational Concepts

  • Module 1: The trauma care spectrum
  • Module 2: The biomechanics of trauma
  • Module 3: The body's response to injury

Part 2: Body System Injuries

  • Module 4: The patient with thoracic injury
  • Module 5: The patient with abdominal injury
  • Module 6: The patient with musculoskeletal injury
  • Module 7: The patient with craniocerebral injury
  • Module 8: The patient with spine & spinal cord injury

ANCC Disclosure: The planners and presenters of this course have no conflict of interest. Course registration includes an extensive, full-color online e-syllabus, 1-year access to all course content, and a certificate of completion valid for 4 years.

CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS:
TCAR Education Programs (a division of Visionem Inc.) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This ANCC-approved program provides 16 contact hours of CNE. Learners must view all 8 modules in order, complete a post-test, and submit the course evaluation. Course expiration date (the date by which the current version of the program must be updated or retired) is 7/1/2022.

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This continuing education activity is also approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider number CEP 15483, for 16 continuing education contact hours. Certificates must be retained for 4 years.

Technical Specifications

  • Any Windows, Mac, iPad, or Android device with a screen that's at least 10" diagonal
  • A standard pair of headphones or earbuds
  • A strong WiFi connection (4-5 bar cellular will work, but might be a bit slow loading each new screen)
  • A quiet space with a comfortable chair so you can concentrate
  • A recent web browser version (e.g., Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge); Internet Explorer is NOT supported
  • Latest version of device's operating system (e.g., Mac OS, IOS, Android, Windows). Some older devices (over 5-years old) may not be able to display content correctly