AAAM AIS2015

Starting January 1, 2021:

  • On Jan 1 2021, Arizona DHS/Bureau of Trauma has mandated the use of AAAM’s AIS-2015 as the standard for input to the state’s trauma database

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Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) Abbreviated Injury Scale (AISĀ©)

The Abbreviated Injury Scale (AISĀ©) provides an internationally accepted tool for ranking injury severity. AIS is an anatomically based, consensus derived, global severity scoring system that classifies an individual injury by body region according to its relative severity. AIS 2015 is now available and incorporates the needs of its users and the current status of traumatic injury diagnosis and documentation. 

There are two virtual course options to prepare for the January 1, 2021 deadline to move to AIS 2015:

(1) FULL AIS-2015: 4-day program Tuesday, December 15 through Friday, December 18, 2020 from 12:30pm – 3:30pm
REGISTRATION FOR FULL AIS-2015 COURSE IS CLOSED

(2) UPDATE AIS-2015: 2-day program Tuesday, January 5 and Wednesday, January 6, 2021 from 12:30pm – 3:30pm
REGISTRATION FOR UPDATE AIS-2015 COURSE MUST BE COMPLETED BY 5:00PM MON DEC 14 2020.

Through generous support from Tackle Trauma, our annual fundraiser, and our member centers, Arizona Trauma Association (ATA) is pleased to offer educational opportunities for all of our state’s trauma centers. The Arizona Trauma Association is offering two discounted registrations for each trauma center in the state (FULL Course $200, UPDATE Course $100). Please contact carolyn.urish@aztracc.org or call (602) 933-4060 for information on registering at the reduced rates.

There is no limit to the number of participants who may register for this event at standard pricing.

  • There is no limit to number of registrants per course at the standard pricing. FULL AIS 2015 is $750 and UPDATE AIS 2015 is $350

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