The purpose of this organization is to provide a forum related to networking, mentorship, preparedness, securing and maintaining of trauma financing, and the provision of education to professionals involved in trauma care.
TTCF encourages multidisciplinary participation in providing holistic healthcare across the entire continuum of injury, from injury prevention through rehabilitation. Membership is open to anyone interested in improving care for trauma patients. Meetings of the TTCF are held quarterly and provide an outstanding opportunity to network with Trauma Coordinators and Trauma Program Managers from throughout Texas. During meeting, members receive updates on legislative issues, injury prevention programs, trauma registry requirements, and rule changes.
A charge of $50.00 per course will be bill to NON TTCF Members and this fee must be paid prior to course date for access to be issued.
All TTCF Trauma Registry Committee Lunch N’ Learns have been approved by the American Trauma Society’s Registrar Certification Board (ATSRBC) for Trauma Registry continuing education units (CEU) for recertification as a certified specialist in trauma registry (CSTR).