Trauma, EMS and Burn Outreach host events throughout the year, including conferences and educational opportunities on our campus as well as outreach events around the state of Colorado. If you would like additional information about any of these education activities, contact us by phone, email or Facebook.
See all of our events and conferences or download our brochure.
Need a speaker for an educational event you are planning? Take advantage of the Children's Hospital Colorado Trauma/Burn Speakers' Bureau. Submit your request online.
Ongoing conferences and events
Colorado Pediatric Trauma Conference
The Colorado Pediatric Trauma Conference, held in the Children’s Colorado Conference Center, provides education regarding state of-the-art care of the pediatric trauma patient, including several topics on child physical abuse. This program will be of interest to MDs, RNs, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, EMS providers and aero medical personnel. This conference offers CME, CNE, and EMS continuing education credits and is held annually in November.
Western Pediatric Trauma Conference
The academic Western Pediatric Trauma Conference features nationally renowned specialists in the fields of pediatric trauma, the pediatric surgical sub-specialties, critical care, emergency medicine and pre-hospital care. The program is targeted to physicians and health care professionals who care for injured children. This conference offers CME, CNE, and EMS continuing education credits.
This national conference is jointly sponsored by Children's Colorado, Intermountain Primary Children's Medical Center and Phoenix Children's Hospital. This summer event is held annually at rotating sites. Get more details and abstracts/registration/exhibitor information here.
Emergency and Trauma Outreach Symposia
The symposia offer physicians, nurses, pre-hospital providers and other healthcare providers the latest guidelines for the care of pediatric patients through case presentations and hands-on skills training. We take Children's Colorado on the road! The symposia offer CME, CNE, and EMS continuing education credits. Contact us for additional information or to schedule a Symposium in your community.
Clinical Burn Update
This half-day event is targeted to nurses and other interested staff who provide care to burn-injured patients. Nursing CE credits are offered. There is no cost to attend this program held in the Conference Center at Children’s Colorado. Registration is not required. Topics include burn injuries, inhalation injuries, nursing/wound care, OT/PT, social support, nutrition and resources for care providers and families.
Emergency Medical Services Conference
Children's Colorado is a certified EMS Training Group and provides Colorado’s largest pediatric education conference for EMS Providers. This annual conference is held on the last Thursday and Friday of January.
Multi-Disciplinary Trauma Lecture Series (MTLS)
Pediatric trauma care is a constantly changing and complex science. This lecture series will address the multidisciplinary team who cares for trauma patients by providing increased awareness of advances in specialty care such as plastic surgery, critical care, orthopedics and others using case-based discussions, care protocols and patient outcomes. Lectures are held from noon to 1 p.m. at the Children's Colorado Conference and Education Center on the third Monday of each month. This series offers CME credits. Telecom broadcast is available. If you need telecom support, please email us in advance of the lecture.
Burn stabilization tips and resources
Download the burn stabilization brochure (pdf)
Download the burn stabilization poster (pdf).
Additional information and resources
For information about any of the continuing education activities please call us at 720-777-6784 or email us at email@example.com.
You can also stay connected on Facebook. Visit our page for details and monthly lectures. (You do not need to be a member of Facebook to see this page.)
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