American College of Surgeons, ACS

 

Below is a link to a pre-publication version of the 2014 Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient document.

This version (1.0) is still missing two key components:  the introduction and index. We are also beginning to populate the web-based resource repository  that is referred to in several places of the document. The content related to the criteria is complete and stable at this point. We don’t envision any additional edits to the content until after we

a) move version 1.0 to full production.
b) develop a formal process for ongoing revision of the document.

We are working diligently to complete the final formatting of the document, to fill in the remaining sections of the document (introduction and index), and to fully populate the web-based resources website referred to in the text. We notify you when version 1.1 is available and when the supporting website is complete.

We anticipate that applicants for verification will be required to meet the criteria contained in the 2014 version of the Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient beginning late in the first quarter of 2015.

Resources for Optimal Care of the the Injured Patient 2014 (5170K PDF)

 

 

 
Økonomi

ATLS i Danmark har et årligt budget på 1.7 millioner kroner. Indtægterne stammer fra kursusgebyrer og donation fra TrygFonden. ATLS er udviklet af American College of Surgeons i USA. Fra årsskiftet 2008/2009 tages 8. udgave af ATLS manualen i brug. ATLS Danmark køber manualer til kurserne for fremstillingspris med tillæg af 5 USD per manual, der går til videreudvilkling af kurset/manualen. Udover dette modtager ATLS i USA ikke midler fra ATLS Danmark.
   

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