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AIS and Injury Scaling: Uses and Techniques Course - Adelaide

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Centre for Education and Training, Women's and Children's Hospital

Level 2, Zone E

72 King William Road

North Adelaide, SA 5006

Australia

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AIS 2005 (Update 2008) Uses and Techniques Course



Date: 27 - 28th Feb 2018

Time: 8.15am to 5pm (both days)

Venue: Centre for Education and Training - Women's and Children's Hospital, Level 2, Zone E, Room 207, 72 King William Road, North Adelaide.

What is the AIS?

The Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) provides researchers with a simple numerical method for ranking and comparing injuries by severity and to standardize the terminology used to describe injuries.

The AIS is the foundation for the Injury Severity Score (ISS) which assesses the overall injury severity of the patient.

The AIS has been universally accepted. Accurate and consistent application of the AIS is fundamental to sound injury data collection globally.


Who should apply?

Trauma clinicians; Trauma data managers; Injury researchers; Public health and policy professionals.


Program:

AIS program

Cost:

$950 per participant (incl GST).

Cost includes:

  • Full 2 day course
  • AIS 2005 - Update 2008 Dictionary
  • AIS Uses and Techniques Manual
  • AIS Course materials
  • Lunch and light freshments for the course duration
  • AIS Course Certificate issued on completion of the course


NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management (ITIM), on behalf of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM), is the Australian agent responsible for the delivery of the AIS and Injury Scaling: Uses and Techniques Course.




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Level 2, Zone E

72 King William Road

North Adelaide, SA 5006

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