Eliminate preventable death and disability from injury
If you missed the recent ACS COT Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, you can watch four 100th anniversary presentations that celebrate the COT and provide context for various seminal accomplishments over the last century.
The COT 100th anniversary commemorative book, Looking to the Future through the Lens of Legacy, covers the history of the COT with a focus on how the work of the COT has transformed trauma care from 1922, present-day initiatives, and projecting a vision for the future.
Contact the professional staff partners at the ACS dedicated to the prevention of injury and improving outcomes.Contact Trauma Programs
The ACS COT aims to develop and implement programs that support injury prevention and ensure optimal patient outcomes across the continuum of care.Committee Roster
Browse the leaders for each of the 17 regional trauma committees in North America and around the world.See Committees
New survey results show US trauma centers routinely perform screenings and interventions for patients with alcohol and substance abuse, but there is opportunity to enhance screening and support for PTSD and violence prevention.
The ACS COT has developed a document to advise trauma medical directors and trauma program managers on factors to consider as the public health and healthcare sectors prepare for an anticipated surge of critically ill patients related to COVID-19 infection.
During the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that everyone is in need of additional resources and looking for alternate ways to address their individual needs. We have made select ATLS educational materials available free of charge.