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ATS Launches New Website

Friday, August 22, 2014  
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As you might be aware, for the past 4 months, the American Trauma Society has been hard at work developing a new redesigned website for our organization and its members. 

As part of our commitment to keeping our work easily accessible, we have created a more navigable website with additional resources, better tools, and a new visual design to support your work as trauma professionals. Knowing that you depend on news and information, resources, professional development and continuing education, our new redesigned site will offer expanded content, improved usability and increased navigation to better serve you and enhance your engagement. 

Additional tools of the new secure website include a powerful new social networking function, community tools, certification tracking, fully integrated forums, groups, document sharing, and an expanded resource library. Also, the new events section will feature improved functions so ATS members can regularly be notified, post or market events online; and easily register, track and receive credits for events attended. 

Furthermore, the new website will give you the ability to better manage your ATS member profile. Whether adding or tracking credentials, updating contact information, submitting continuing education credits or registering for ATS courses, we know you’ll enjoy the site’s ease of use and adaptability. It will launch fully integrated with your personal membership profile, so payments and instant receipts will be generated when purchasing items or renewing your membership - thus eliminating current delays and saving you time!

Overall, the launch of our new website marks a significant milestone for ATS and our membership. Since our founding, more than 45 years ago, we continue to be inspired by the passion and dedication we see in practitioners, program directors, specialists and policymakers, and advocates, all working on behalf of trauma patients. As such, we hope this redesign will provide you with the tools necessary to continue your commitment to your profession and the industry at-large.

We thank you in advance for your patience during this transition and look forward to continuing to serve you.  Please contact our membership team with any questions or concerns at info@amtruama.org or call us at (800) 556-7890.


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