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A partnership between a civilian and military surgery department is described as are the innovative trauma care advancements that result from these collaborative efforts.
Dr. Hoyt describes strategies to fill gaps in trauma care discussed at the Achieving Zero Preventable Deaths conference held at the National of Institutes of Health earlier this year.
The future of trauma care on Capitol Hill: Implementing military-civilian trauma care and establishing a national trauma system
The role of the NASEM report in developing trauma-focused legislation, specifically policy related to military-civilian partnerships, are described.
In honor of Veterans Day, November 11, the Bulletin is proud to publish this article about two victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings who received care at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, and found solidarity among the veterans who were receiving care at the facility.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s latest report on translating military medicine experience to civilian trauma care is summarized in this article and suggestions are provided for trauma community collaborations to make zero preventable deaths a reality.