The Interdisciplinary Trauma Network of Canada (ITNC), a subgroup within TAC, is pleased to share with you a copy of the
Are you looking for a part time job, working from home anywhere in Canada? Do you enjoy supporting the work of a volunteer Board of Directors, and managing the day-to-day operations of a small Not-for-Profit Professional Health Care Association? Do you like flexible working hours and an opportunity to travel when needed? Do you have your own business and are looking for contractual work?
The Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) is looking for a part-time (0.8 fte) person (contractual agreement) who has some flexibility for working hours (occasionally evening work required for meetings) to support the Directors who are located across Canada.
For full job posting CLICK HERE
Deadline for applications is June 30, 2022
The Vancouver General Hospital is offering a limited locum placement effective July 1, 2022 for one year ending June 30, 2023, with the possibility of an extension.
To read the full job posting and to submit a letter of interest: CLICK HERE
Today, May 1 is National Physician’s Day in Canada. Here is a shout out to all our TAC members who are physicians. You have a tough job caring for injured patients as part of the team. We are all grateful for your skills and knowledge and caring for injured patients and families. We appreciate all you do!
TAC Board of Directors
What could your program or hospital do with an extra million dollars? Is wanting to reduce pressure on your emergency services high on your wish list? Take up our challenge to join our work work to prevent injuries-and prevent those cases from needing your hospital care.
TAC joins forces this year with Parachute on National Injury Prevention Day on July 5th, to challenge hospitals to actively participate in reducing preventable injuries.
For more ideas and what you can do and how your hospital can participate CLICK HERE
The Ottawa Hospital offers a one-year funded clinical fellowship in Trauma & Acute Care Surgery. The fellowship is designed to prepare general surgeons for imaginative and dynamic careers dedicated to caring for patients with acutely life-threatening surgical conditions.
For complete information, application and inquires:
Applications will be accepted until September 15, 2022.
The tourniquet drive is an initiative of staff and friends of Sunnybrook’s Tory Trauma Program to show solidarity and emergency response to health care practitioners at our contact hospitals in Ukraine. Funds are being gathered and pooled for the exclusive purpose of sending tourniquets to Ukraine. Tax receipts will not be issued.
You can join us in a tangible response to help healthcare colleagues in Ukraine. Sunnybrook has a history of partnership with Ukraine: In 2019, Sunnybrook formalized the Sunnybrook Ukraine Surgical Educational Initiative. The initiative focuses on expanding surgical capabilities of hospitals in Ukraine to enhance care for patients. Over the years, Sunnybrook has led physical missions and symposiums in Ukraine with Sunnybrook staff (surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses, and more), as well as virtual symposiums throughout the pandemic.
The current situation in Ukraine is distressing and has directly affected colleagues and infrastructure at our contact hospitals. Further, we have been informed of the need for tourniquets across the country.
In response to this urgent need the Tory Trauma Program is collecting funds to mobilize a shipment of tourniquets to Ukraine. For approximately every $30, one tourniquet will be sent to Ukraine.
To Donate: CLICK HERE
The Board of Directors is pleased to confirm that the inperson part of the TAC 2022 Conference is able to be held at the Hotel Bonaventure as planned for April 7-8,2022. With the lifting of local COVID restrictions in Quebec and indeed Canada, travel has become a reality for many people once again. We look forward to welcoming you in person in Montreal or if you are still unable to attend in person this year, sign up for the virtual registration and you will have access to all the pre-recorded talks for a year. This hybrid event has a great lineup of speakers and talks.
Both ITNC & TRISC are issuing a call for Rapid Fire Presentation to be presented at their Education Days on April 6, 2022.
This year ITNC will be holding their Education Day in person in Montreal. Download the Submission form HERE
Deadline is Feb 23rd. Send submissions to ITNCExec@traumacanada.org
This year TRISC will not be holding an inperson day, but they will be hosting the Education day live via Zoom.
Download the Submission form HERE
Deadline for submission is March 18th. Send submissions to TRISCExec@traumacanada.org
Registration for both groups is required via the TAC Conference website. Some costs may apply. REGISTER HERE
The Trauma Registry Specialists of Canada (TRISC) are pleased to share the TRISC Newsletter February 2022
Read all about:
- Annual TRISC Education Day, this year being held virtually live via Zoom on Wednesday April 6, 2022 at 1130 Eastern Time
- Call for Rapid Fire Presentations on TRISC Day. Deadline for Submission is March 18, 2022.
- Call for Nominations to TRISC Executive. Two positions (Secretary & Treasurer for 2 year term) available.
For more information, contact TRISC President, Jennifer McMillan at TRISCExec@traumacanada.org