Education & Resources
EAST provides a variety of educational opportunities and resources. The Annual Scientific Assembly, EAST's premier educational event, is held in January. EAST educational resources include EAST Traumacasts and EAST In the Arena podcasts, EAST's Practice Management Guidelines, EAST Minute, Landmark Paper Resource and the EAST Monthly Literature Review.
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EAST’s premier event - advancing science, fostering relationships and building careers. The assembly includes scientific sessions, educational sessions, workshops, networking and more.
Feature evidence-based information to increase the scientific knowledge needed to enhance patient and clinical decision-making, improve health care quality and promote efficiency.
Audio interviews addressing upcoming research and its application to the injured patient, education efforts related to trauma, and novel methods in the management of injury. Find the latest series of EAST in the Arena podcasts here as well.
Inspired by "The Man in the Arena" quote by Theodore Roosevelt EAST In the Arena is a podcast series highlighting EAST Members unique practices discussing the why and how.
Keeping you up-to-date with current literature, the EAST Monthly Literature Reviews are brought to you by the EAST Manuscript and Literature Review Committee of the Division of Publications.
Fast-paced educational and career development programs for busy trauma providers. Easy to watch, retain, and share. Subscribe to the EAST YouTube Channel for the latest updates and watch for them on social media.
The EAST Landmark Paper resource includes heavily cited papers along with more recent defining papers that have changed the way patients are managed.
Find resources from various organizations designed to enhance awareness within the trauma community and the public on the importance of trauma prevention. Follow the conversation on X (formerly Twitter) at @EAST_ICVP.
Supported by the EAST Military Committee, the resources housed here include combat-specific peer-reviewed journal articles, recommended on-line texts, podcasts, and links to clinical practice guidelines.
This series of audio interviews addresses important events, discoveries and people in trauma and emergency surgery. These stories are our history. Always surprising and often humorous, they come from the giants on whose shoulders we stand.
This series of live webinars aims to promote greater understanding of cutting edge developments affecting the field and to help members assess the potential for incorporation or adoption of these into their practice or local program/center.
Increase industry scientific knowledge with Practice Management Guidelines (PMGs).
PMGs feature evidence-based information to increase the scientific knowledge needed to enhance patient and clinical decision-making, improve care quality and promote efficiency.