2020 Duke Trauma Symposium Cancelled
As you are aware, COVID-19 continues to be a national and global health concern. In following the guidance from Duke University, we have elected to cancel our annual Spring Trauma Symposium scheduled for March 20.
The health and safety of our attendees and the patients they take care of is our number one concern. While this was a difficult and disappointing decision to make, our conference attendees work to save the lives of people every day. It is our responsibility, in an abundance of caution, to safeguard them from any potential exposure to COVID-19.
Over the next two weeks, we will begin the refund process for all attendees and event sponsors. You do not need to contact us at this time. You should see your refund in the next 14 business days to the card it was placed.
We thank you for your understanding. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
C. Sean Gibson, MHA, PMD, FP-C
Trauma Program Manager
Duke University Hospital
DUMC Box 100110 | Durham, NC 27710
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To provide exceptional, evidence based care to our local and regional community that improves the quality of life of those impacted by traumatic injury through education, research, and outreach, while striving for prevention.
To be a nationally recognized trauma center of excellence in the care of injured patients evidenced by best practice.
Our goals as Duke Trauma Center are to:
- Provide the best care possible to trauma patients
- Educate health care providers in the care of trauma patients
- Prevent injury through education of the public on safety issues
- Participate in trauma research
- Assist health care facilities and the public to prepare for disasters
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