12th Annual Southwest Trauma and Acute Care Symposium – October 7-8, 2021

  • Attendees


    STACS is a multi-disciplinary trauma conference featuring nationally renown trauma surgeons and trauma nurses as speakers.

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  • Abstracts


    Abstracts can be submitted for posters and/or formal presentations in front of our national audience for prizes from $75 – $250!

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  • Vendors


    Support is needed to make this a successful event. Exhibit space, poster session sponsorship, meal and network break sponsorships, and conference bag and/or lanyard sponsorships are available.

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  • About the Symposium

    On behalf of the Arizona Trauma Association, we’re pleased to invite you to attend the 12th annual Southwest Trauma and Acute Care Symposium (STACS). Many outstanding national and local speakers will deliver lectures on the most relevant trauma and critical care topics.

    The symposium is all day October 22-23, 2020, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, Arizona. The exceptional conference room rates will extend through the weekend if you would like to “soak up” more Arizona sun in October!  If you’d like to book additional nights at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge, please contact the hotel directly to make your reservation.

    STACS is a world class multi-disciplinary trauma conference available in person, live, or “on demand” via internet from anywhere in the world! The format is perfect for presenting live in a conference room anywhere, making it accessible to the ENTIRE trauma team! Last year, over 45 hospitals, trauma centers, military hospitals, and regional EMS sites successfully presented the Simulcast to their staff and faculty.  Start the planning for your hospital now!

  • 2019 STACS Speakers

    Michael J. Sise, MD (Wachtel Keynote Speaker); Michael Coburn, MD (ACS Spotlight Speaker); Jason Sperry, MD; Alison Wilson, MD; Daniel Spaite, MD; Bellal Joseph, MD; Nicholas Namias, MD; Dr. John Lunde, DNP; Christian Streck, MD; James Bogert, MD; Dale Wooldrige, MD Rapid Fire Speakers include Nicholas Thiessen, MD; Ramin Jamshidi, MD; Patrick Bosarge, MD; Tom Wertin, MD

    2019 STACS Brochure

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  • About Arizona Trauma

    The Arizona Trauma Association (ATA) was started by a group of surgeons in 2007 to improve the delivery of health care to injured patients throughout the state of Arizona by supporting collaborative research, education and outreach activities of trauma centers in the state of Arizona.

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    P.O. Box 33893
    Phoenix, AZ 85067-3893

    phone: 602.933.4060
    e-mail: info@AZTrACC.org

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