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EAST Traumacast logo ATLS: Where It All Began - Podcast #86

Learn the story behind one of the most successful medical education efforts in history.  In this episode, moderator Dr. Dave Morris speaks with Randy Styner, son of Dr. James Styner, and survivor of the plane crash that started the whole ATLS movement.  Also joining the discussion are Dr. Ronald Craig, one of the co-founders of the ATLS course, and Heather Talbott, Trauma Program Manager at Bryan Health (formerly Lincoln General in Nebraska, where Drs. Styner and Craig practiced).  Hear the story you think you know, told by those that were there when ATLS was born.

Read the book: "The Light of the Moon" written by Randy Styner which details the birth of ATLS. 

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