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UNC Trauma Education 2014

Save the Date!

25th Annual May Day Trauma Conference

April 30-May 1, 2014  
To be held at the Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC

For more information, visit


2014 Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC):  
This course presents core-level knowledge, refines skills, and builds
a firm foundation in trauma nursing.
It is recommended that the
nurse have at least one year of clinical nursing experience.


2014 TNCC Provider:
   January 23-24, 2014

   March 6-7, 2014

   August 7-8, 2014

   October 16-17, 2014


2014 TNCC Instructor:       
   August 15, 2014

2014 Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC):  

This course educates nurses on caring for acutely ill and injured children. The

course teaches participants to recognize the ill or injured child and identify

significant, yet subtle changes in the less acute child.


2014 ENPC Provider:

   February 13-14, 2014

   April 10-11, 2014

   September 18-19, 2014


2013 ENPC Instructor :

  April 18, 2014      

2014 Trauma Learning Series*
All afternoon presentations will be held in the 4 Anderson
Conference room and evening presentations will be held in the
4 Anderson Conference Room (3080).
Jan. 9th      1-2 pm
Feb. 6th     1-2 pm
March 6th   6-7 pm**
April 3th     1-2 pm
June 5th     6-7 pm**
July 10th    1-2 pm
Aug. 7th     1-2 pm
Sept.4th     6-7 pm**
Oct. 2nd     1-2 pm
Nov. 6th     1-2 pm
Dec. 4th     6-7 pm**
** Denotes Evening Session

These 1 hour monthly trauma presentations
are now available in LMS to watch and
earn Trauma Hours at your convenience!
  1. Search the course catalog for 'TLS' to see a
    listing of the presentations
  2. One trauma and one nursing contact hour
    are awarded for each presentation. Follow
    ALL directions for each presentation to earn
    your certificate
  3. Emails will be sent out with updates, but check
    back frequently for more videos!


* Hosted by the UNC Trauma Program & 
Sponsored by the UNC Professional Development,
Practice, and Research Department (an approved 
provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the North
Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver
by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's
Commission on Accreditation).



If you have questions about any of 
these courses, please contact;

Paula Bruno at


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