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A block of rooms is reserved at Bally’s Hotel and Casino, which is located one block from the hospital. To make reservations, contact the Reservations Department by calling 1-800-345-7253 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Each individual must identify themselves with AtlantiCare ATLS-ATCN in order to receive the discounted rate. Any reservations made after the cut-off date are on a space availability basis at the current rack rates.
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Establishing Assessment and Management Priorities
From the Society of Trauma Nurses
ATCN® Course for Nurses
*Modified ATLS materials via permission of National ACS/ATLS.®
The ATCN® skills stations are based on an interactive, “hands-on,” scenario-based approach. The ATLS® student manual accompanies the ATLS® lectures, and the ATCN® student manual accompanies the ATCN® skills stations.
The ATCN® Committee maintains oversight for the ATCN® program.
Student and Instructor Courses
Continuing Education Credits
ATCN® Provider Course Schedule
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ARMC’s Trauma Center is the region’s only state-designated Level II Trauma Center and the busiest Level II Trauma Center in New Jersey. ARMC Trauma Center’s ATCN® program is the first ATCN® program offered in New Jersey. There are currently only four other designated facilities in the Northeast that offer the Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses® Course: Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, University of Maryland Medical Center and Cooper University Medical Center.
The Society of Trauma Nurses Board of Directors has approved this definition of Trauma Nursing: “Trauma nurses are licensed professional nurses who work to ensure that all injured patients and their families are provided complete physical and emotional care. They have additional knowledge and expertise in the complex care required of the traumatically injured patient. Trauma nurses practice in all care delivery settings where injured patients are treated. This includes the pre-hospital setting, emergency department, the perioperative arena, intensive care units, surgical floors, rehabilitation and outpatient services. They include bedside clinicians, educators, prevention specialists, researchers, administrators, clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners.”
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