The 2020 Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP) Annual Scientific Meeting and Training will be held December 7–10 as a virtual event.
Although the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic means participants won’t have the opportunity to meet in person, an exciting conference is planned to commemorate TQIP’s 10th anniversary with a range of content focusing on performance improvement, best practices, new trauma standards, team building, and more.
The keynote speaker will be Dan Sundahl, a firefighter, paramedic, and artist who creates portraits of EMS scenes inspired by his work in the field. In both his art and public appearances, Sundahl focuses on mental health, post-traumatic stress disorder, and post-traumatic growth.
The meeting will convene trauma medical directors, program managers, coordinators, and registrars from TQIP centers across the country. There will be new material for all participants, whether you are a new TQIP center or want to expand your skills to better serve your patients. With all content available virtually, your entire trauma team is encouraged to participate throughout the week.
Visit the TQIP annual meeting website to view the latest information regarding the conference schedule, registration details, and more. For more information, contact ACS TQIP staff at [email protected].