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Rush Advanced Trauma Training Program


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ADVANCED TRAUMA TRAINING                    PROGRAM

​​​​​​​UPDATED: 25 January 2022








UPDATED: 16 MAY 2022


STATUS OF TRAUMA/INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRAINING SEATS:

  • JUNE ATTC: 3 OPEN SEATS
  • JULY ATTC: 15 OPEN SEATS - THIS IS NOW AN ATTC-E - 25-29 JULY ATTC, MIDDLE WEEKEND LEVEL ONE TRAUMA, 1, 2 AUGUST: BLS, ACLS, PALS.  EARN 5 CERTIFICATIONS PLUS YOUR TRAUMA CERT.  PLUS EARN UP TO 76 CEUs FOR THE ATTC-E. Click here to register
  • AUGUST ATTC: FULL WITH 5 ON THE WAITLIST
  • SEPTEMBER ATTC: 1 OPEN SEAT
  • NEW ADD: 1-3 NOVEMBER 2022.  ATTC: TCCC-MP, CADAVER LAB, TISSUE LAB; AMBULANCE RIDES, LEVEL ONE TRAUMA ROTATION.  Click here to register
  • INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRAINING COURSE (IDTC): 12-14 JULY - GREAT TRAINING AND EXTREMELY INFORMATIVE;  HAS AVAILABILITY FOR ENROLLMENT - FUNDED BY THE CONGRESSIONAL ADD AS "TRAUMA AND PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECT TRAINING SERVICES"


FEATURED TRAUMA COURSE:

13-18 June 2022 - ABLS; PHTLS; TCCC-MP; Clinical Rotation; Cadaver Lab
4 Certifications:  1. Trauma Training Overall Cert; 2. ABLS; 3. PHTLS: 4. TCCC-MP
Up to:  ​47.25 CEUs.  ​$4225.00 per student


ADDITIONAL ATTC /ATTC-E ADDED: 25-29 July 2022/25 July-2 August; optional TCCC-MP: 21, 22 July 2022.  ATTC travel days: 24, 29 July; ATTC-E travel days: 24 July and 2 August.  This course will be conducted at Rush.  Registration is open.


Tactical Combat Casualty Care - Combat Lifesaver Course (TCCC-CLS) - 40-hour course for non-medical military personnel  to be taught at Rush 25-29 July 2022.  Registration is open. Please pass on availability to non medical personnel.  INCLUDES A CADAVER LAB.

IF YOUR UNIT IS BEING DEPLOYED AND NEEDS A SPECIAL TCCC-CLS COURSE, CONTACT US TO SCHEDULE A COURSE THAT MEETS YOUR AVAILABILITY.  

 EMAIL: info@rushattp.comRegistration for TCCC-CLS: Registration click: 25-29 July 2022

Rush Certifies CMRPs and Table VIII; CEUs issued for all training offerings

​​​​​ALL TRAUMA COURSES HAVE OPEN SEATS

INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRAINING COURSE (IDTC) - 12-14 JULY - NGB FUNDED

 










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​​The Rush Advanced Trauma Training Program (ATTP) is a Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) medical training program.  It is conducted primarily by Board Certified Emergency Room Attending Physicians of the Department of Emergency Medicine of Rush University Medical Center (RUMC).  The overall objectives of the Rush ATTP are to provide all students with state-of-the-art knowledge and hands-on skills required to provide advanced acute management for trauma patients in a combat environment and in the event of a domestic incident.  In the programs 16th year, Rush University  has trained and certified over 5,000 Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Medics and other medical personnel in Advanced  Trauma Procedures.