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National Trauma Awareness Month 2018
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"Injury is no accident: 30 years of making a difference"

 

The American Trauma Society, in collaboration with the Society of Trauma Nurses, is once again pleased to present National Trauma Awareness Month.  This year, in honor of National Trauma Awareness Month's 30th anniversary, the theme will expand to cover injury prevention efforts as a whole and the concept that injury is no accident.
 

In celebration of the ATS's 50th anniversary we will be highlighting the important milestones in Injury Prevention efforts over the past 50 years and are make available a range of updated NTAM prevention resources from past year's campaigns (along with some new ones too).

 

We hope that this campaign and its materials will continue to draw attention to all injury prevention efforts and invoke change by the community. The ATS has posted these resource materials electronically for your use, not only in May, but also in the months thereafter.

 
We also encourage trauma centers to have a “Trauma Survivors’ Day” to reunite patients and families who have been served by the trauma center. Visit the TSN web site for the materials to plan the celebration. Click on “Get Involved”, and then National Trauma Survivors Day.
 
We urge you to start planning activities and make this year’s celebration the best one yet! 

 

Download our injury prevention timeline for the last 50 years here.

 

 

Click on a logo below to access the campaign resources for that year
 

 

        

2018 Campaign -
Personal Recreational Vehicle Safety - 
"Safety At Any Speed"
 

 

 

   
   

2017 Campaign -

"Stop The Bleed"

 

 

   
 
 

2016 Campaign -

Senior Safety And Falls -
"Safe Steps For Seniors"

 

 

   
   

2015 Campaign -

Drinking/Drowsy/Distracted Driving -
"3D Trauma Prevention"

 

 

   
   

2014 Campaign -

Sports Safety -
"Play it Safe"
 

 

 

   
   

2013 Campaign -

Distracted Driving - 

"If You're Distracted, We're Impacted"

 

 

If you have materials that you would like included on this page, please contact ATS Member Services at 1-800-556-7890 or education@amtrauma.org

 
 

 
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