UPDATED: 15 OCTOBER

REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 2021

 



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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.  Rush University has trained and certified over 4,500 Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Medics, and other medical personnel in Advanced Trauma Procedures.  

 




Rush Advanced Trauma Training Program


​​RUSH INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRAINING COURSE (ITDC):  18-20 MAY AND 13-15 JULY - HEAVY ON COVID-19 ISSUES AND UPDATES.  NGB FUNDED. SEE THE CURRICULUM TAB ABOVE. OPEN TO MEDICAL; PUBLIC HEALTH; BIO.  21 CEUs.



17-22; 17-27 January ATTC/ATTC-E - full with a small waitlist (optional TCCC stand alone - 15 seats open)

23-25 February ATTC - 5 seats remaining

March/April/May/August/September ATTCs with optional TCCC has availability.  May has optional PHTLS; September has optional AHLS.

TCCC-MP stand-alone offerings - 7 options

14-19 June has 8 open ATTC seats with stand-alone ABLS; PHTLS; TCCC-MP available

Ultrasound Training Course - 16, 17 September in advance of an ATTC (19-24 September); AHLS 27,28 September