Frequently Asked Questions
- What is AzTA?
- What kinds of membership do you offer?
- What are the benefits to being a member?
- How do I join?
- Who is in the organization?
- How do I get CME credit?
- How do I submit a lecture?
- Do I have to be a member to watch, listen or read ATA’s educational lectures?
1A. The Arizona Trauma Association, formerly AZTrACC, is an organization formed in 2007 by a group of trauma professionals coming together to share resources about emergency response in our state. We are comprised of physicians, nurses, EMTs and other medical professionals required to provide medical care to persons physically injured during traumatic events.
- Institutional – State Designated or ACS Verified Trauma Organizations can register for a flat group rate as one organization
- Associate – Individuals register separately and pay a membership fee for each individual (pricing coming soon!)
- Serve on committees
- Receive CME credit for courses taken
- View information about or participate in AzTA research trials
- Participate in online message board discussions (coming soon!)
4A. You can join the Arizona Trauma Association by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 602-933-4060.
5A. The organization is comprised of medical professionals. It was created by a group of trauma surgeons from various hospitals throughout the state. Members also include physicians of all specialties, nurses, EMTs and other medical professionals.
6A. In the near future, Arizona Trauma Association would like offer online programs, aside from STACS, for educational credits. We realize how useful online continuing medical education is, especially with medical staff’s busy schedules. Check back for more information on this exciting program.
7A. To submit a lecture, please e-mail email@example.com. Our administrative assistant will confirm receipt of your submission and it will be reviewed. If approved, you will be notified and the lecture/event will be added to our calendar.
8A. You do not have to be a member to watch, listen or read our educational lectures. The Arizona Trauma Association is committed to educating anyone who is interested in learning more about trauma and acute care to improve the delivery of health care to injured patients.