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2013 TAC COT Resident and Fellow Trauma Paper Competition

26 Sep 2013 07:09 | Anonymous
The competition took place at the 2013 Canadian Surgery Forum in Ottawa, September 21, 2013.  

Best Paper:

 Region XII (Eastern Canada - Chair, Dr. Rizoli) 
  • "Early Weight-bearing and Mobilization vs. Non-weight-bearing and Immobilization After Surgical Fixation of Unstable Ankle Fractures" by Niloofar Dehghan
  • "Do children with penetrating versus blunt trauma receive better care at adult or pediatric trauma centres?" by Chethan Sathya supervisor Dr. Avery Nathens
 Region XI (Western Canada - Dr. Stephens) 
  • "STARTT - Development of national, multi-disciplinary trauma crisis resource management curriculum:  Results from the Pilot Course" by Dr. Markus T. Ziesmann.
The following are the list of papers for the 2013 TAC COT Resident and Fellow Trauma Paper Competition:
  1. Directness of transport of major trauma patients to a level-1 trauma centre:  Survival analysis adjusted for infrastructure propensity and geographic mapping

  2. Retrospective Review of the Modified Early Warning Score in Critically Ill Hospital In-Patients in a Community Hospital

  3. Injury care in Tanzania: a nation-wide hospital-based trauma registry's account of its care-utilizing population

  4. Frequency and severity of concussion symptoms following major trauma

  5. The numbers, rates, mechanisms and potential access to trauma care for road traffic injury deaths in India – a nationally representative mortality survey of 1.1 million homes

  6. Early Weight-bearing and Mobilization vs Non-Weight-bearing and Immobilization After Surgical Fixation of Unstable Ankle Fractures

  7. STARTT - Development of a national, multi-disciplinary trauma crisis resource management curriculum:  Results from the Pilot Course

  8. Do children with penetrating versus blunt trauma receive better care at adult or pediatric trauma centres?

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