All participants enrolled in an ATOM course will receive a copy of the current ATOM course materials. If you are not taking an ATOM course, manuals can be purchased through Cine-Med.
All prospective course sites must be visited and approved by a member of the ACS Committee on Trauma's Ad Hoc Committee on Surgical Skills. For information on how to schedule a site visit, please contact the Trauma Education Program Office at email@example.com.
Training of ATOM faculty—principal investigators, instructors, and coordinators—will be required if there are no local ATOM faculty on site.
You can search for upcoming courses online. Please note that each site sets its own pricing and registration process. Contact the course site for more information.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are identified as having instructor potential in an ATOM course, you will be invited to participate as an Instructor Candidate in another ATOM course. Potential instructors must deliver a lecture and take a student through the lab, under the supervision of a senior instructor. The senior instructor will then critique the potential instructor on qualities such as voice delivery, interaction during lectures and lab, and good surgical skills.
Please contact email@example.com
Course materials can be purchased directly through Cine-Med's website.
For all other inquiries, please contact ATOM@facs.org.