VISION:  Improve the lives of all those affected by or at risk of traumatic injury.


Job Opportunity for General  Surgeon- Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

The Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region is seeking a General Surgeon to join its Deparment of Surgery, Section of General Surgery in Regina Saskatchewan. Please read more below.

General Surgeon Apr-2017.pdf

  • 02 Oct 2015 19:11 | Anonymous
    Commemoration of World Trauma Day emphasizes the importance of saving and protecting a life during the most critical moments and preparing and applying critical measures to deal with and avoid trauma fatalities.


  • 02 Oct 2015 18:34 | Anonymous


    Information sessions Fall 2015



    Interested in MSF? Interested in working overseas? We invite all medical and non-medical professionals to join us for evening presentations in various Canadian cities in order to learn more about how you can join MSF’s pool of dedicated aid workers. You'll meet experienced MSF aid workers from your area and hear their stories of life “in the field.” They will also discuss MSF requirements and the application process.

    Upcoming information sessions across Canada:

    • Vancouver, October 7th 2015 
    • Montreal, October 14th 2015 
    • Ottawa, October 14th 2015
    • Quebec, October 21st 2015
    • Toronto, October 27th 2015


    Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF)

    MSF is an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 70 countries to assist people whose lives are threatened by conflict, neglect, disease or catastrophe. Every day, MSF aid workers from around the world provide lifesaving assistance to the most vulnerable people. MSF works independently of political, religious or other motivations, delivering medical aid based on human need, often in difficult geographical or political contexts, where others cannot or choose not to go.

    For more information visit or contact us at

  • 28 Jul 2015 11:22 | Anonymous

    Over the past 10 years, ATVs have become increasingly popular as recreational vehicles. Although viewed as exciting and fun, they are unstable vehicles with a high centre of gravity and can attain speeds of 50-80 km/h, making them especially unsafe for children and teens.

  • 03 Jun 2015 18:25 | Anonymous
    Parachute is pleased to publish The Cost of Injury in Canada 2015, in collaboration with The Conference Board of Canada and with support from the Public Health Agency of Canada. This Report quantifies the cost of injury to Canadian children, families, our health care system, and to Canadian society. The 2015 Report updates The Economic Burden of Injury in Canada last published in 2009. Using the same methodology, the 2015 Report examines all injuries at the national level, as well as providing provincial breakdowns. New in the 2015 Report are forecasts developed by the Conference Board of Canada that show the potential impact of inaction, as well as what can happen if known, effective interventions are broadly and comprehensively implemented across Canada.

    Read the full report at

  • 16 Feb 2015 21:10 | Anonymous

    iBuckle Up App study needs your support!  The objective of this study is to assess the seatbelt wearing worldwide. 

    As some of you may know, iBuckle Up test phase is completed with 40,000 observations / 7 countries test phase we launch on worldwide basis.

    We will distribute iTunes gift cards for the most efficient data collectors overall, by world region and by countries.
    Please take the time to read the attached manual (short).

    Download app at

    Prof David Bracco, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FCCM. EDIC, FMH
    Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Trauma
    Director of Trauma Anesthesia
    Montreal General Hospital
    McGill University, Montreal, Canada

  • 22 Jan 2015 18:19 | Anonymous

    The ACS Committee on Trauma (COT) Residents Trauma Papers Competition selected Dr. Rice, a Resident from McMaster University, to present his paper “A Randomized, Double-Blinded, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Trial on the Efficacy of Early Enoxaparin:  The Optimal Timing of Thromboprophylaxis in Traumatic Intracranial Haemorrhage Study”  as an oral presentation representing the Committee on Trauma (COT) Region 12.  He has been invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the COT to present his paper in competition with winners from the other COT Regions.  The competition will be held at the InterContinental Magnificent Mile in Chicago, IL on March 12th from 1:00 to 6:00 pm. 

     The TAC Board of Directors joins TAC members and affiliates in congratulating Dr. Rice in his selection and wishes him continued success in the next stage of competition.

  • 30 Nov 2014 22:00 | Anonymous

    TAC is pleased to partner with Accreditation Canada in transitioning the former TAC Accreditation Standards to the Accreditation Canada Trauma Distinction Program. Click here to read the latest information. Have questions about the new Trauma Distinction Program? You may email with your questions.

  • 21 Nov 2014 14:56 | Anonymous

    The 2014 TAC Annual General Meeting Minutes are now available to view online.  Simply log-in and click the 'Member Only' tab then choose 'Annual General Meeting'.

  • 21 Nov 2014 14:08 | Anonymous
    Click here to view the TAC E-Newsletter.

  • 31 Oct 2014 11:04 | Anonymous

    A message from the TAC President was released to all active TAC members on Oct 23/14 together with the 1st TAC E-Newsletter.  If you have not received it please send an e-mail to so we may check your records.  

    Meanwhile, please click this link to view the President's Message.


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